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MONGOLIA HORSE RIDING TOURS


Mongolia is an extraordinary land of unsurpassed geographical and human diversity, with forest, desert, steppe and lake lands populated by over 20 distinct ethnic groups. Join us on a horseback riding adventure in Mongolia to experience this culture first hand and from the saddle.
Mongolian strong horses are very faithful companions of nomads. Riding in Mongolia is interesting and exciting. Mongolia is probably the most horse riding nation in the world. There is no other nation so much accompanied by the horse in the world that even children learn horse riding as they walk.


EIGHT LAKES AND ORKHON VALLEY HORSE RIDING TOUR

We will ride to Orkhon valley and Naiman Nuur/Eight Lakes, located in Khangai mountain range. 

The Eight Lakes are called Shireet, Mukhar, Khaliut, Bugat, Khaya, Duruu and Khuis. Those lakes were created by volcanic eruption.

Orkhon valley, registered as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2005. There are many of Mongolia’s ancient monuments lie within its basin. There is Orkhon waterfall also called UlaanTsutgalan, formed by a series of volcanic eruptions about 20.000 years ago.


HORSE RIDING TOUR TO REINDEER PEOPLE

On this tour we will meet Reindeer people. Thirty families of Tsaatan (reindeer breeders) with a unique living traditional culture live in taiga and forest steppe to the north and west of Lake Huvsgul. The reindeer people live in the North-west regions of Huvsgul, which is pretty much like a taiga. Let’s do the unique tour!


ORKHON VALLEY HORSE RIDING TOUR

Horse riding in Mongolia is interesting and exciting. Mongolia is probably the most horse riding nation in the world. 

We will explore by horse Orkhon valley, registered as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2005. There are many of Mongolia’s ancient monuments lie within its basin. There is Orkhon waterfall also called UlaanTsutgalan, formed by a series of volcanic eruptions about 20.000 years ago.. Explore Orkhon valley by horse riding with us!