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20 Day Adventure Horse Riding Holiday in Mongolia

Khutag-Undur District, Bulgan Province, North Mongolia, Mongolia

Horse Riding Holiday Mongolia

Danista Nomad Tours offers you an opportunity to have one of the best moments of your life! This trip will provide you with experience at the cultural tastes, natural sights, and nomadic adventures in exotic natural beauty under the deep blue sky of beautiful Mongolia. Apart from enjoyable horse trekking through beautiful landscape, you will experience a stay with some Nomad lifestyle and a visit to a museum and a monastery.

Key information

  • Rider Weight Limit: 264 pounds / 120 kilograms
  • Tack type: Normal seat not a Mongolian


  • An amazing horse riding adventure
  • Meet locals with an astonishing nomadic lifestyle
  • Learn the rich and profound history and culture of Mongolia
  • Spend unforgettable moments with beautiful nature and wildlife of Mongolia
  • Explore Uran Togoo mountain, known for its beautiful nature
  • Visit Khuvsgul Lake, one of the largest lakes in Mongolia
  • Daily meals described in the itinerary
  • 19 nights accommodation


19 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 6 participants
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During the tour, you will spend the nights in hostel, tents, and stay with local family. If you wish to choose to stay in tourist camps instead of tents or local family, the tour price will change slightly but it will provide more comfort.


Day 1

Terelj National Park, one way is 75 kilometers, On the way explore Ovoo-the pile of stones, which was set for the god of nature and blue sky. Exploring the beautiful granite rocky hills, nomads home-Ger, and their livestock in the pasture, Visit the Protected area, explore the Turtle Rock, Soft trekking on the green meadow, Hiking to hills, explore the green valleys, horse trekking in the surrounding:

  • Biggest Chinggis khans statue in the world
  • Meditation Monastery
  • Turtle Rock
  • Zaisan Hill
  • Bogd Khaan summer palace

Overnight stay with a Nomad family experiencing that nomad life style. If you want you also can join Nomad work make a milk product etc.

Day 2

Drive to Baga gazaryn chuluu.

Baga Gazriin chuluu–located in Delgertsogt soum, Dundgovi province and surrounded by plain. The highest one is 15 kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide granite stone-mountain elevated at 1768 meters above sea level. There are also over 20 kinds of medicinal herbs like burnet, many kinds of world rare animals like marmot, ibex and mountain sheep. Also, you can see Bolort Cave, eye treatment spa, rock images, petroglyphs, burial mounds much other sightseeing. There is a ruin of Choir monastery which was established by “Zaya” Damdin, a famous ancient historical, religious and scientific researcher. On the way, you will stop for a lunch next to Zorgol Khairkhan Mountain. It will be great to have lunch next to a beautiful nature scene. Overnight in Nomad Ger.

Day 3

After having breakfast and pack all camping stuff, you will drive to Tsagaan Suvraga / White Stupa / Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa), located in Ulziit Soum, Dundgobi aimag. The name Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa) is given by local people to the impressive and legendary cliff which is eroded by natural phenomenon. Having 10 million years history, the cliff indicates different times by its colored layers. Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa) is interesting to see the sheer slope, facing east, which from a distance seems to be the ruins of the ancient city. Stay overnight in a Nomad family, This is a real chance to get to know about a nomad life also be a part of it.

Day 4

After having breakfast with a nomad family, you will start driving to Yoliin Am, Yolyn Am (Mongolian: Ёлын Ам, Lammergeier Valley), a deep and narrow gorge in the Gurvan Saikhan Mountains of southern Mongolia. The valley is named after the Lammergeier, which is called Yol in Mongolian. The Lammergeier is an Old World vulture, hence the name is often translated to Valley of the Vultures or Valley of the Eagles. Before we enter a valley we will visit a small museum to get know more about Gobi Gurvan saihan national Park. In this valley, we will hike forsee the ice gorge and beautiful nature scene, This place people admire to see ice middle of Gobi.Overnight stay in a camp.

Day 5

Drive to Khongor sand dune.

After having breakfast, you will drive to the sand dunes called Khongoriin Els. The Khongoriin els also known as the singing dunes, these are the largest sand dunes in Mongolian, / 200 meters high, 12 kilometers wide and about 100 kilometers/ long and should not be missed if traveling through the Gobi. In this place, you will have a Camel ride trial for a 1 hour to fell more good about Gobi. You will stay overnight in a Tent or Nomad family.

Day 6

Drive to Ongi monastery.

After having breakfast in the the Bayanzag, you will drive to Saikhan Ovoo which is a small village in the Middle Gobi province. Ongiin khiid (also referred as Ongi Monastery ruins) is a active small monastery with a temple which was built on the ruins of a monastery complex that was formerly one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia and founded in 1760 and consisted of two separate tempes complexes, Barlim khiid and Khutagt khiid, on the North and South of the Ongi Gol river about 18 km from Saikhan-Ovoo sub-provincial center, Dungobi province.)After seeing sightseeing of a Ongiin khiid overnight stay in Ger Hostel.

Day 7

Karakorum was the capital of the Great Mongolia Empire in the thirteenth century. It is located on the right bank of Orkhon river, 400 km south-west of Ulaanbaatar which is the current capital of Mongolia. In 1380, Karakorum was destroyed. But approximately two centuries later, on the same site, there arose the yurt of Avtai Khan, founder of the Erdene Zuu Monastery. Kharkorin city is full of sightseeing and historical spots. Overnight in a Ger tourist camp.

Day 8

Drive to orkhon valley.

After early breakfast, you will continue to visit sightseeing of Kharkhorin city.T oday, you will visit in a Water fall Very close to the Orkhon the Ulaan Tsutgalan river features a waterfall, ten meters wide and twenty meters high. The waterfall is a popular destination for tourists. Tövkhön khiid which was built in 1653. The Tövkhön khiid was built at Shireet Ulaan, the most beautiful scenery in Khangai Mountains. Tövkhön khiid is located in the densely forested and picturesque mountain Shivee at an elevation of 2000m above sea level. Overnight in a Nomad Ger.

Day 9 - 11

Visiting Eight lake.

Early morning after breakfast, you will start packing in horseback. This horse trekking will be full of adventure and fun.On the road, you will visit the beauty of Mongolia.We can give you a guarantee that that’s an unforgettable moment in a wilderness because this place only possible discover by a horse. Overnight in a tent.

Day 12

Day hiking trip to Tuvkhun Monastery. Tuvkhun monastery is located in the High mountains marking the north side of the Orkhon Valley lie the ruins of this ancient temple and retreat. Zanabazar founded the site in 1653 and lived, worked and meditated here for 30 years. Several pilgrimage sites have grown up around the temple and hermit’s caves, including one that is said to be Zanabazar’s boot imprint. overnight stay in Ger Hostel.

Day 13

Drive to Terkh White Lake.

After breakfast, you will drive to one of the most beautiful lakes in Mongolia which is just next to a Volcano, You will camp in this beautiful place to 2 nights to enjoy nature and get rest. Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake (Mongolian: Тэрхийн Цагаан нуур) also known as White Lake is a lake in the Khangai Mountains in central Mongolia. TheKhorgo volcano is located near the eastern end of the lake and the Suman River springs from the lake. Overnight in a tent.

Day 14

Visiting Khorgo Volcano.

The next morning after breakfast, you will make a half-day horse riding trip to Volcano mountain, and hiking. You want to take time for fishing and swimming in a Lake Overnight in a Tent.

Day 15

Drive to Shine Ider.

After two days enjoy the White Lake, you will drive to the most beautiful lake in Mongolia which is called a Khuvsgul Lake. But before reaching there, you will have a 10-hour drive to a place called Shine Ider for our next homestay with a nomad family. Overnight in a Ger.

Day 16 - 17

Drive to Khuvsgul Lake.

The highlight of this tour is the Khuvsgul Lake, one of the largest lakes of Mongolia, known as “ The Dark Blue Pearl ”. Located in the most northern province (Khuvsgul Aimag), it is the largest tributary stream of Lake Baikal in Russia. Khuvsgol is 1645 meters above sea level and is frozen from January until April or May. Try to imagine a 2760 square kilometers Alpine Lake with water so pure that you can drink it. Then add dozens of mountains 2000 meters high or more, thick pine forests, and lush meadows with grazing yaks and horses, Overnight in a Nomad Ger. Ride horse along the lake.

Day 18

Drive to Uran Togoo Mountain. After having breakfast early in the morning, you will start driving to Ikh Uul town of Khuvsgul province. You will drive forward and pass Ikh Uul town for getting closer to the next destination. You will have a picnic lunch in nature and drive continues to get to our next family to stay with.

Day 19

Drive to Amarbayasgalant Monastery.

After having breakfast, you will drive to Amarbayasgalant Monastery, which is the second largest monastery in Mongolia, located in the beautiful Iven Gol river valley on the foot of Burenkhaan mountain in Baruunburen town of Selenge province. This is one of the few monasteries in Mongolia, which survived mostly intact the purges of the 1930s.

The beauty, decorations, and construction of the monastery have made it one of the most magnificent architectural monuments in Mongolia. In 1990, the circumstances came for Amarbayasgalant to be restored. Communism had fallen and the people were eager to revive their religious tradition. Amarbayasgalant was reestablished now and nowadays stands strong on its remarkable construction, as on its 300 years of history. You will stay overnight with a Mongolian traditional accommodation ger for that night.

Day 20

Drive back to Ulaanbaatar city.


This horse riding holiday will take place in North and Central Mongolia. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a stay with a reindeer tribe and visit fascinating places such as Uran Togoo, Khuvsgul Lake, a monastery, and a museum.


Meals as outlined on the itinerary are included in the package.

Mongolian food

The foundation of the traditional Mongolian food is based on the products of the animal nomadic herders raise in the Mongolian steppes – meat and milk. Those simple materials are processed with a variety of methods and combined with vegetables and flour.

The most common rural dish is cooked mutton, often without any other ingredients. In the city, every other local display a sign saying "buuz". Those are dumplings filled with meat, which are cooked in steam. Other types of dumplings are boiled in water (Bansh, Mant), or deep fried in mutton fat (Khuushuur). Other dishes combine the meat with rice or fresh noodles made into various stews(tsuivan, budaatai huge) or noodle soup (guriltai show).

The most surprising cooking method is only used on special occasions. In this case, the meat (often together with vegetables) gets cooked with the help of stones, which have been preheated in a fire. This either happens with chunks of mutton in a sealed milk can (Khorkhog), or within the abdominal cavity of a deboned goat or marmot (Boodog).

Milk is boiled to separate the cream (öröm, clotted cream). The remaining skimmed milk is processed into cheese (byaslag), dried curds (aaruul), yogurt, kefir, and a light milk liquor (Shimiin Arkhi). The most prominent national beverage is airag, which is fermented mare‘s milk. A popular cereal is a barley, which is fried and malted. The resulting flour (arvain guril) is eaten as a porridge in milk fat and sugar or drunk mixed in milky tea. The everyday beverage is salted milk tea (Suutei Tsai), which may turn into a robust soup by adding rice, meat, or bansh. Horse meat is eaten in Mongolia and can be found in most grocery stores. Mongolian sweets include boortsog, a type of biscuit or cookie eaten on special occasions.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Accommodation during the trip
  • A driver, 4WD vehicle, petrol
  • English speaking guide and cook
  • All meals as displayed in the itinerary
  • 1.5L pure water every day
  • Entrance fees for National Parks and Museums
  • Visa support and invitation letter if needed
  • Camping equipment
  • Horse and camel ride fees

What's not included

  • Personal items such as charger, wet wipe and so on
  • International airfare
  • Alcohol drinks
  • Snack, fruit, and chocolate etc.
  • Travel insurance

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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