Tailor-made Tours & Small Group Travel to Mongolia

Horse trip around khuvsgul lake (8 days / 7 nights)

Region:
Northern part of Mongolia
Duration:
8 days / 7 nights
Available time:
Privately anytime May - October
Note:
You can arrange your own trip date (with best rate possible) as you request
Number of travelers:
Min - 2, Max - 18


BOOK TRIP REQUEST A CATALOG CUSTOMIZE THIS TOUR What is Ger Camp? REQUEST A QUOTE

Quick inquiry

Ready to travel or have question?

Ride in one of the most incredible places on earth, in the Khuvsgul National Park. Experience the real nomad lifestyle, endless steppe and great Gobi desert on horseback. The best horseback riding in Mongolia on magnificent untouched land! Riding the trails of the warriors of Chinggis Khan, admire the vast Mongolian steppes of his descendants, visit their homes, and share their traditions

  • Khuvsgul Lake
  • visit reindeer family
  • Great Reindeers
  • Visit nomad families
Day 1 Ulaanbaatar (City tour)

Arrive at Ulaanbaatar. Meet your Guide at the airport and transfer to the hotel. We will star city tour the first stop is Sukhbaatar Square, the central square named after the revolutionary hero of 1921 Damdiny Sukhbaatar who declared independence from China. We visit Gandan Monastery the largest and most famous functioning monastery in Mongolia; here we may experience monks in worship and see the impressive Golden Buddha Statue of Migjid Janraisig. Time permitting Natural History Museum which is famous for its authentic dinosaur skeletons and and visit Zaisan memorial hill to view of whole city from there. Welcome dinner at restaurant and stay overnight in hotel. (B, L, D)

Day 2 fly to Khuvsgul Lake (Murun province)

In the morning, fly to capital of Khuvsgul province Murun. The flight takes one and a half hours. Drive to Khuvsgul National Park. Transfer to the camp and lunch. Visit to yak breeding family. Stay overnight in ger at the tourist camp. (ger means Mongolian traditional felt accommodation) (B, L, D)

Day 3 Alagtsar tourist camp to Heegtsar (horse riding distance for 20-30km)

Have a breakfast at the camp. And then horse trip starts to destination across a hill named Nariin. In the evening you will have a awesome dinner which is Mongolian Traditional Barbeque on the grill. Stay overnight in tent (B, L, D)

Day 4 Heegtsar to Shawart (horse riding distance for 20-30km)

After breakfast continue to horse riding trip from the beginning of the river called Heegtsar through beautiful landscapes. Stay overnight in tent (B, L, D)

Day 5, 6 Shawart to Alagtsar tourist camp (horse riding distance for 20-30km)

After breakfast back to camp. On the way, we will visit Reindeer family to explore their unique experience. Transfer back to camp before having lunch. Stay overnight in ger at the tourist camp. (B, L, D)

Day 7 Flight back to Ulaanbaatar

Drive to airport of Murun province for departure to Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to the hotel and lunch at the finest restaurant in Ulaanbaatar. In the afternoon free time do shopping for cashmere shop, souvenir shop and State Department Store. Enjoy watch national folklore performance by “Tumen Ekh” national song, throat singing, tsam mask dance and so on. A farewell dinner and stay overnight in hotel. Stay overnight in hotel

Day 8 Departure

Check out from the hotel and transfer to the “Chinggis Khan” International airport or train station for departure.

IncludedNot included
Private ger for every 2 people in Ger campInternational airfare
All meals as listed in itineraryTravel insurance
All entrance feesBeverages
Sightseeing as per itineraryOptional activity cost
Accommodation in 4 stars hotel in Ulaanbaatar (twin standard room double occupancy)Excess baggage charge
Transportations by 4WD vehiclesSingle room supplement
English speaking guide (other language guide on request)Any additional things which are not mentioned above
Daily supply of bottled water
Cultural Show
similar tour

When you think about Mongolia, the first thing that comes to your mind is Genghis Khan, the tales of his achievements and the strength of his warriors. And then the desert, the Gobi, the dunes. A strange landscape that makes us running with imagination in geography books. Mongolia is much more: it is a country of dust, sounds, never-ending silence, and endless landscapes, horizons that seem to grow without end and without obstacles. Mongolia is reflected in people's eyes: peaceful, calm, always helpful and kind, fair … almost noble in their attitudes. People who live in gers (a name which will not say anything to most of Italian people) but that indicates typical tents where the nomadic Mongols lived and still live. Without continuous light, no running water, no comfort, no division of rooms and even less without bathroom. A tent where every day at any time you find a thermos full of hot water or airag (fermented milk, with a slightly salty taste and alcohol), ready for guests. A small cluster, a small world open to anyone who passes. No matter whom he is, where he comes from, what language he speaks. Just stop on the road (dusty way, sometimes there is not even a path and the driver moves like following an invisible line in the middle of the landscape). Someone will arrive in the saddle of his horse or riding a motorcycle. Probably it will be a child (they are entrusted to their family’s herds) and he will immediately try to figure out how to help. Because you do not stop in the desert, if you do not really need to. You constantly travel, ride, go. And when you leave Ulaanbaatar (or UB, as they call it) you’ll see just that: a long and vast prairie, always changing. Rockets, desert, dunes, mountains and plains. One day you are in t-shirt with 35 ° C. The day after you are obliged to wear gloves and scarf! Heaven and earth meet and touch (average altitude above sea level is from 1000 meters at least, UB is 1330 meters) ... in some places you believe you can touch the clouds. So it is not surprising to find out that one of the main deities is Tenger, the god of the sky. During night the sky is so beautiful and wonderful: immense, starry, where you even look at the shades of blue in the Milky Way (yes, they are not colors you see only in books!)... A sky without interruption of artificial lights for miles, surrounded by a silence that you never imagined could exist. A place to visit because it is one of the few places remaining natural on earth, innocent ... where children still accept a gift collecting it with open hands. Where children do not know what is a deflated balloon. Just to see their eyes lighting in discovering it, it's worth flying up to Mongolia!

Manuela Bolchini

quick contact