Unforgettable holiday experiences
in Ramsi’s animal world
The attraction of animals to children and adults is magical. Children’s eyes shine as soon as they explore Ramsi’s farm or pony-rides. And do you know the 1×1 of the horse language? You can learn everything about the handling of animals at the Ramsi animal driving licence.
Kameritsch, 25 June 2019
Did you know that our Kinderhotel Ramsi used to be a real mountain farm with its own cattle and horse breeding? Soon guests spent their “holidays on a farm” on our beautiful, exclusively situated sun plateau. Gradually we developed our house into a real big children’s hotel.
The small farm with 10 different animal species for our holiday guests has been preserved (you can find everything about the Ramsi chronicle HERE). At the child-friendly farm our Icelandic horse mare Berra, Pony Selina, our little donkey family, Zeburind Mizzi, chickens, ducks, goats, camera sheep, sweet rabbits and many other animal pets await you now.
Some already know exactly how to deal with animals and for many it is the first contact with animals from the farm during their holidays. No problem! With our children’s entertainers, children from the age of 3 learn everything about the handling and care of animals at the Ramsi animal licence for beginners. If you know the signals and the behaviour of the animals, you are real professionals and get your own personal animal licence and are allowed to go alone to the hutch in the afternoon (the rest periods of the animals must be observed!).
Have you ever wondered why a horse curls its upper lip so strangely upwards? Or what should you do if the horse puts his ears close to the back? Horses communicate – besides the sounds of neighing, squeaking and humming – mainly through their body language.
It uses striking body parts such as the mouth, the tail, the ears, the legs and of course the head. It is important to be able to interpret them in order to better understand the horse. At Ramsis animal licences for advanced you will learn everything about horse language with our Icelandic horse mare Berra.
Once a week we go one on a trekking tour with our ponies and donkeys. Together with Christiane as our guide, the animals are cleaned and saddled and we are off to a big round in the forest and across the adjacent fields.
The parents lead the animals and the children enjoy the animal experience firmly in the saddle. In between there’s a snack and refreshment with a great view of the mountains of the Carnic Alps.
At home in the nature adventure world!
The Ramsi family.
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