A vehicle supported biking tour takes place most scenic places of the Gobi desert and central Mongolia on plainer trails. Biking as long as 50 km to 60 km is available for experienced and adventure cyclists while amateurs can bike at their liking. We selected the trails carefully not to pass high mountains, up mountain passes and cross streams by bike, but few hills. Rough roads biking through the beautiful Mongolian countryside and between beautiful places can be the best choice for people do not like to spend hours sitting in a car. .
Our Gobi and Mountain Steppes Horse Trek is one of the most recommended horse trekking holidays of Mongolia includes horse riding without time and space limit, many interesting activities, attractions and experiences such as nomadic life discovery while staying with nomads, learn to cook and try traditional meals, authentic Mongolian barbecue, some hiking in the Hugnu Tarni national park, ruins of ancient monasteries, three and half day horseback riding without time and space limit. The tour itself takes place in the transition zone of the Gobi desert, and mountain steppes make the tour more attractive and exciting.
Dear experienced riders! Come and rise to the challenge of exploring beautiful Mongolia on a bike. We picked the trail carefully, and the itinerary was developed to visit the best sights of central Mongolia and parts of northern Mongolia while biking through awe-inspiring nature and landscape combinations of Akhangai and Uvurkhangai provinces. Indeed, the roads we have chosen are off roads make Mongolia a unique experience for the bikers. You also visit nomads, hike to a monastery on a mountaintop and visit ancient monastery Erdenezuu in the Orkhon River Valley.
The pearl we will search for is Khagiin Khar, a glacial lake in the depths of Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area. The lake lies at 1817 m above sea level, surrounded by coniferous forests. Reflection of the surrounding coniferous tree covered mountains in the lake water makes the lake more beautiful. As the lake is only accessible by foot, horse or helicopter, the way to the lake and its surrounding could remain untouched. Therefore, the lake is called “Secret beauty.” Its inaccessibility allows the wild animals such as red deer, elk, roebuck, musk deer, brown bear, wolf, lynx, and wolverine have left peacefully in the wild without danger of people.
Have you ever ridden a horse in the wild with the views of stunning mountains, wide-open valleys, and countless animals without time and space limit? The tour takes place at two beautiful national parks: Gorkhi Terelj National Park and Khan Khentii National Park. Indeed, Khan Khentii is some of the most beautiful and pristine areas not many people travel. Visiting nomad families and seeing the giant statue of Genghis Khaan are other highlights of the tour.
In the Altai Mountains, you will see 20 km long, 5 km wide Potanin glacier and hike up a mountain to see views of the stunning snow-capped mountains. Visiting the Eagle hunting Kazakhs, seeing the eagle training and having a personal approach to the eagles is the main highlights of the tour except for exploring the Kazaks’ culture.
This horse riding adventure tour will be held in Khuvsgul, the remotest northern province of Mongolia where you will ride through Taiga forests to visit the Reindeer/Tsaatan people/Dukha tribe. In Khuvsgul, there is a beautiful Lake Khuvsgul located sticking into the Taiga forest. The lake is estimated the second largest and the deepest in Mongolia. It is 138 km long, 38 km wide and 260 m deep. It contains 1% of the world fresh water resource. In the depths of the taiga forest, on the northwest of the lake, Tsaatan (Reindeer) people live. There are about 400 reindeer people of 80 families in total. They live in tepees.
The yak cart supported trekking itself a fun and lifetime experience. Hiking in awe-inspiring Khan Khentii strictly protected area and discover its hidden beauties. Khan Khentii National Park is a place to enjoy wilderness, emptiness, and beauty of Mongolia within a short period not traveling far from the city. The regular trekking, you can do almost everywhere.
Discovering Mongolia on horseback is a real taste of Mongolia. The strong Mongol horses with a shoulder height of 1.6 m may look like ponies. Even though, the horses played a significant role when Genghis Khaan and his successors conquered half of the world in the 13th century. On this horse riding tour, we will head to Naiman Nuur/Eight Lakes lie 2400 m above sea level in the Khangai mountain range. This scenic place is accessible only on horseback or by walking from the northern side.