Mongolia Horse Riding Tours, Gobi Desert Adventures and Hiking
Mongolia horse riding tours or exploring the Gobi desert – plan your 2018 adventure now! All our expeditions are small group travel and places fill fast. Secure your spot.
Mongolia Horse Riding Tours
As of June 28, 2018, only 6 open places are left for Horse Trekking 2018 – 4 for the July 16 – 25 horse trek, and 2 for the October 8 – 15 ride.
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The 2018 Mongolia Horse Riding Tours with Stone Horse Expeditions will again include five 10 Day Gorkhi Terelj National Park Rides between June and September, and the shorter Autumn Horse Trek (8 Days) in October. Our 10 Day Gorkhi Terelj National Park Ride in early July is scheduled so that you can include the Nadaam Special after your horseback ride.
The Khentii Wilderness Expedition of 14 days (12 days riding) will be in early September. And our award winning “Wilderness Conservation Adventure” Expedition is planned again for early August. We added two days to this trip for responsible travelers who want to actively help with wilderness preservation, making it a 12 day ride as well.
All trip prices are in US Dollars.
2018 Mongolia Horse Riding Tours Schedule
Gorkhi Terelj National Park Riding Tours – 10 Days
June 15 – 24 fully booked for 2018
July 1 – 10 Include Naadam Special with your trip ! fully booked for 2018
July 16 – 25 4 places open for 2018
August 20 – 29 fully booked for 2018
September 23 – October 2 fully booked for 2018
October 8 – 15 2 places open for 2018
September 4 – 17 fully booked for 2018.
You may also like the Wilderness Conservation Adventure , also in the Khentii mountains, – or check out our Gorkhi Terelj National Park Expeditions July 16-25, and August 20-29
Wilderness Conservation Adventure, Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area – 14 Days
July 31 – August 13 fully booked for 2018
Gobi Desert Tours
The dates of our Gobi Desert Tour are arranged so that most of these tours are between our horse treks running from mid-June to mid October. The Gobi tour is becoming popular with our horse riding guests and this schedule allows you to combine a horse trek with a Gobi tour. An additional two Gobi tours (4-9 August, 8-13 Sep) run while our longer Khentii mountain horseback tours are ongoing.
One Gobi Desert Tour is scheduled to include the two day Camel Festival on March 6-7, making this an 8 day tour. Another Gobi Desert Tour is scheduled to take in the one day Yak Festival on May 29, making this desert experience a 7 day tour.
Custom trips can be arranged before and after the scheduled tours at any time of the year providing we can schedule them in. The minimum number of guests for such a tour is two.
2018 Gobi Desert Tours Schedule
Gobi Desert Tour – 8 Days – including Camel Festival
March 2 – 9
Gobi Desert Tour – 7 Days – including Yak Festival
May 25 – May 31
Gobi Desert Tour – 6 Days
June 2 – 7
June 9 – 14
June 25 – 30
July 10 – 15
July 25 – 30
August 4 – 9
August 14 – 19
August 30 – September 4
September 8 – 13
September 18 – 23
October 2 – 7
October 16 – 21
May 14 – 23
October 19 – 28
Both our two hiking tours 2018 are in September, a great month for autumn colors, and great hiking weather.
September 01 – 08
September 15 – 22
If you want to experience real rural life, and spend time with a Mongolian herder family, join in chores and daily activities, eat or help cook authentic Mongolian food, check out the Ger Stay. Its only about an hours drive from the city of Ulaanbaatar, and a great opportunity to be part of herders’ countryside life.
2018 Day Tours
If yo have only a day or two in Ulaanbaatar, and you want to see the sights of the capital city or explore the vicinity, check out our Day Tours to Tsonjin Boldog (Chinggis Statue), Manzuchir Monastery, Hustai Nuruu National Park, or our popular City Tour.
Destination Mongolia – Getting there is easy
Mongolia offers amazing natural beauty in its pastoral landscapes and remote wilderness areas alike. But travel to Mongolia, whether from North America, South Pacific or Europe, is far easier than the Western synonym for remoteness – “Outer Mongolia” – suggests. Learn more..