HORSEBACK EXPEDITIONS & CAMEL TREKS IN MONGOLIA

Riding the Mongolian trails of the warriors of Chinggis Khan, admire the vast steppes of his descendants, visit their homes, and share their traditions. Trek to unvisited valleys and mountains, using the means of transport appropriate today as since thousands of years, the horse. Slow down to the pace of a camel and imagine yourself an ancient traveler crossing deserts and seas in search of secrets of the orient.


Spirit of the Reindeer Herders

(17 Days)

In order to meet the Tsaatans we will take a daring ride into through taiga. These enigmatic people herd reindeer, not only for their antlers, a lucrative medicinal stuff but as well for their milk and meat. Reindeer are the best beasts of burden for the forested mountains of the area. This is your chance to drink reindeer milk and go for a reindeer ride!

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Pioneering through the Wild West

(14 Days)

The far west of Mongolia is a remote and unique geographical area with a population of nomadic people equally as interesting and diverse as the land they inhabit. The landscape includes high glacial mountain peaks, large lake basins, steppe grassland and desert sand dunes.

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Sounds of Silence (Camels)

(16 Days)

Trek through the rich, varied, landscape of the Gobi desert on camelback, camping in tents under the vast Mongolian skies, visiting local nomadic herding families in their gers, exploring ancient ruins and sites of dinosaur fossil finds, and submerging yourself entirely into the peaceful silence of this immense desert, before returning to Ulaanbaatar to experience the unique contrast of the traditional and modern in Mongolia’s capital city.

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Riding the Cradle of Nomadic Civilization (Naadam)

(14 Days)

The Khangai Mountain range in Central Mongolia is drained by some of Mongolia’s mightiest Rivers. The Orkhon is the most famous of them. For ten-thousands of years the Orkhon and it’s feeding rivers gave water and shelter to the nomadic peoples and their animals. Until today their lifestyle has changed little – they still herd their sheep with horses and yaks, protect them against the misfortune of the harsh weather and wolves.

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Shape, Shades and Colors of the Gobi

(16 Days)

Experience the natural and historical diversity of the Gobi. Ride across the desert on camel back, guided by a local camel herder, and stay overnight close to his family. Explore the ice gorge, sand dunes, and site of dinosaur fossil finds. Examine Bronze Age cave paintings, and rest on the shores of a mountain lake – all in the Gobi!

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Mongol Ride

(11 Days/ 10 Nights)

Away from the tourist trek, in the homeland of Chinggis Khan, moves this expedition through partly forested, partly mountainous landscapes, interrupted from streams and rivers, crystal clear, if not swollen from the summer rains.

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Khentii Wilderness Ride

(15 Days)

Visit the sights and sounds of Ulaanbaatar before leaving for a 10-day trek on horseback through the Khentii National Park. It is a chance to discover the most remote and beautiful areas of the Khentii mountain range. Deep in the forested valleys, you will discover the hidden jewel of the area – Khagiin Khar or the Black lake, truly wild and remote. Bears, wolves, red deer, moose and other wild animals are the only inhabitants of this strictly protected area.

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Riding the Nomadic Trail in Zavkhan Province

(14 Days)

The most exiting ride in the heart of Khangai mountains, area renowned for abundance of wild life and generosity of the nature. For Khangai people generosity is natural and never questioned. A visitor is just asked to bring his vessels and have them filled up with mares’ milk, the most adorned beverage of Mongols.

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The Five Kings of the Altai

(16 Days)

Enjoy the tranquility of riding on horseback and walking at a leisurely pace through the lakes, rivers, valleys and snow-capped peaks of the Altai Mountain range. Observe the traditions of the eagle hunter Kazakhs. Camp under the endless blue Mongolian skies by the crystal-clear waters of mountain lakes.

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Gobi Desert and Khangai Mountains

(15 Days)

The route we will follow has never been offered before and few foreigners have ever been in the area.

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Riding the Nomadic Trail in Western Mongolia

(14 Days)

Ride in the far west of Mongolia, meeting a variety of ethnic groups, exploring Kazakh culture and the snow peaks of the Altai mountains, and camping on the shores of Mongolia’s largest lake. 10 days of comfortable camping with 5 days of horseback riding, and 2 days staying at beautiful borderland lakes.

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Riding in the Cradle of Nomadic Civilization

(12 Days)

The Khangai Mountain range in Central Mongolia is drained by some of Mongolia ’s mightiest Rivers. The Orkhon is the most famous of them. For ten-thousands of years the Orkhon and it’s feeding rivers gave water and shelter to the nomadic peoples and their animals. Until today their lifestyle has changed little – they still herd their sheep with horses and yaks, protect them against the misfortune of the harsh weather and wolves.

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Mongolian Classic Tour

(11 Days)

Marvel at the contrast between the ice gorge and sand dunes of the Gobi desert, visit dinosaur excavation sites, and stay in gers, the traditional Mongolian circular, felt tents. Ride on horseback through the stunning Khentii Mountain range, and visit the country’s 3 most significant Buddhist temples.

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Discovering Zavkhan Province

(14 Days)

Experience the life of nomadic horse and camel herders, the life of descendants of Chinggis in the pristine beauty of the country. Visit the place where desert borders lash green forests and where and where sand dunes embrace clear streams and lakes.

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Mongolian Classic Tour (Naadam)

(13 Days)

The trip starts in the Khan Khentii Mountains where we ride Mongolian horses, small but tough creatures. We also visit remains of the charming Princess Monastery once a home to a young princess who became a protector of people and Buddhist faith and experience the dynamism of Ulaanbaatar during the Naadam Festival.

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