Romantics of Freedom with One Horsepower
An adventure for the whole family!
You can bravely leave elegant clothes and nice dresses at
home in case you'd like to take a gipsy caravan for your trip.
Bring instead blue jeans and pullover, forget about the old-fashioned,
the average, change your home for a gipsy waggon by which
you may wander in the freedom of Nature without any concern.
Traveling in a gipsy waggon Nature is a unique experience
but you have to accept the inconveniences of it (eg. insects,
dust, drought, etc.).
Our gipsy carriages are 4-meter-long and 2,2 meter-wide, equippped
with rubber tyres and water-resistant, barrel-shaped "roof".Inside
the carriage you're provided with everything that is necessary
for rural 'gipsy-life'. Sleeping facilities for 4 persons,
with a two-decker bed. Beds have foam matrasses and can serve
as a seat during the day. And also a folding table, a 'wardrobe',
a case for clothes, kitchen, gas-stove and washing-sink, cooler-bag.
Before start you get instructions for grooming, feeding, equipping
your horse. Our colleague, speaking German or English, can
offer you a trail route and explain how to use the map. This
route leads through sandy paths, asphalted side- and crossroads.
Gipsy waggon - equipped with
dishes, cutlery, hygiene, gas-stove and cooler-bag with 'ice-battery',
and hay and rye for the horse. The starting and arrival point
of the trail is SCH near Tatárszentgyörgy.
Saturday (Day 1): Arrival individually
to SCH from 4 p.m. (on coming by train or airplane transfer
is available on demand). Taking over the waggon, night spent
in it. Dinner at the restaurant.
Sunday (Day 2): Breakfast possibility in our restaurant. Instructions
on how to put the horse to and off the carriage, driving,
grooming, etc. First driving out with the help of the instructor.
Guests may try coach-driving, take part at a test-driving
trip. Night in the carriage, still on the territory of the
From Monday to Thursday (Day 3-6): On these days guests take
part on a Gipsy Trail in the Pusta. They take 15-20 kms daily.
The trailroute leads through small villages where they can
buy the necessary food quite cheaply. At nights they are camping
in the pure nature, sometimes in the neighbourhood of farmhouses.
They can get the foodstuff for their horses here, in these
farms. In case they'd happen to have difficulties with either
the carriage or the horse, friendly village people would help
Friday (Day 7): Returning to SCH in the afternoon, fillled
up with much experience. Farewell to the horse, last camp-fire,
night in the carriage.
Saturday (Day 8): Departure after breakfast.
The driver of the coach must have a valid driving-licence.
Our guests can easily learn the art of coach-driving but in case of the guests do not hold all the necessary licences needed then they are strictly prohibited to drive the coach and a driver for them cannot be provided.