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Highlights of the tour

  • Explore Mongolia by horse riding
  • Learn nomadic life
  • Chances to take photography
  • Mongolian traditional BBQ
  • Mongolian traditional concert

Tour introduction

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. To be a friend of Mongolian horse, it is not necessary to be a skilled horseman; both good riders and less experienced riders will find it out Mongolian horses are so easy to deal. The absence of fences and spectacular forest with stunning rock formations and galloping nomads await you. Explore Orkhon valley by horse riding with us!

Day by day itineraries

Day1. Arrive in Mongolia and city tour in Ulaanbaatar (Abbreviation: UB) (D)

We will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the hotel. After some rest at the hotel we will visit to the National History museum and see Mongolian traditional show at 6 o’clock. After dinner, we will transfer you to the hotel. Stay in hotel***

Day2. Terelj National Park and Khustai National park (B/L/D)

Today we will drive to Terelj NP. On the way of National park, we will visit to Chingis Khaan Equestrian statue that is highest one in the world. In the NP we will hike to small temple Aryabal. Then we will drive to Khustai NP. The park lies in the foothills of southern Khentii mountain range and it is the place where you can see wild horse called Takhi known as Przewalski horse to the world. The wild horses survive in nature by themselves because they have been reintroduced successfully to their homeland after 40 years of extinction. Currently, the number of Takhi has already reached more than 300. Visit to local museum. Overnight in ger camp (About 250kms)

Day3. Kharkhorin and Erdenezuu monastery (B/L/D) 

Drive to Karakorum in the morning and visit to Erdenezuu monastery. Karakorum is the ancient capital of Chingis Khaan’s Mongolia and was established in 1220 and served as the capital for 140 years. The Monastery was built in 1586 and is surrounded by a massive 400m X 400m wall. Only a few temples remain standing after the communist purges of 1930s. In previous times the grounds held over 60 temples with 10,000 monks using them for daily worship. Overnight ger camp (about 290 kms)

Day4. Horseback riding to Orkhon River basin (B/L/D)

After breakfast, our horseback riding to Orkhon River basin will start. On the way explore ancient graves dated 3B.C in orkhon river basin. Stay overnight in tents (About 30kms)

Day5. Horseback riding to Tovkhon Temple (B/L/D)

Horseback trekking to Khangai Nuruu National Park, On the way explore nature beauty forestry rolling hills and visit to Tovkhon temple. Stay in tents (About 25kms)

Day6. Visit to Orkhon waterfall (B/L/D)

Horse riding to Ulaantsutgalan (Orkhon waterfall). Visit to Yak herder family and Enjoy Mongolian diary products and national drink-fermented milk of horse. Stay in ger camp (About 30kms)

Day7. Leisure day at the Orkhon waterfall (B/L/D)

We will explore the area of the waterfall by horse riding. Stay in same ger camp (About 20kms)

Day8. Ugii lake (B/L/D)

Today we will drive to Ugii lake where is located in the centre of Mongolia,and in the territory of Arkhangai province is one of the biggest lakes of Mongolia and has 27 km squire area. Stay in ger camp (About 200kms)

Day9. Ulaanbaatar city (B/L)

After breakfast, we will drive to Ulaanbaatar and transfer you to the hotel. Stay in hotel*** (About 340kms)

Day10. Departure (B) 

Transfer to the airport for your departure.



All transportation listened in the itinerary
Twin share accommodation: hotel*** tents and in ger camps 
Three meals per day
Services of English speaking guide
All taxes and entrance fees to the protected areas
Sightseeing cost
All transfers between airport and hotel
Horse and camel riding cost


International transportation
Travel and medical insurance
Alcoholic drinks
Meals in UB