Join this adventurous family for a horse expedition in Mexico!

We’re travelling at a very slow pace, doing about 30km per day, wild camping or staying at campsite if not possible. You can choose to walk, go on a horse or a motorbike with us.

ADVENTUROUS AU PAIR / VOLUNTEERS NEEDED IN ARGENTINA

We are a family of 4 travelling with 3 horses, a dog and a dirt bike through South America. We’re currently in Patagonia, Argentina.

About us: Mo (27 years old, French/Indian, travelled through 62 countries, certified Wilderness Instructor & Expedition Paramedic) with Angie (27, Polish, travelled through 40 countries, B.sc Animal husbandry major in Horse Breeding) and their 2 infants: Iyan (2 years old) and Ingis (10 months old).

We’re seeking for an additional person to help us out with various tasks especially around the kids (preparing food, entertaining them, watching them over).

Food and Accommodation

We offer accommodation in a private tent with a sleeping bag, 3 meals a day and drinks, two days per week off (we pay for the transport to the local sightseeing).

If interested we can teach you about horse care, horse riding, horse training, wilderness survival, adventure first aid.

We’re travelling at a very slow pace, doing about 30km per day, wild camping or staying at campsite if not possible. You can choose to walk, go on a horse or a motorbike with us.

The ideal person for us should have a positive attitude, enjoy outdoors and staying in nature and be physically fit. 

 We plan to travel over the course of 5 years all the way to Mexico, you can join us for as long as you wish, couple of months, the longer the better.


CONTACT DETAILS

You can visit fb page of our expedition:
https://www.facebook.com/toursinexpeditions/
+54 11 2251-9140
www.toursinexpeditions.com

We’re looking forward to hear from you!


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