Experience Horseback Riding in Mongolia through an Ancient Cultural Landscape
Gorkhi Terelj National Park
Gorkhi Terelj National Park is great country for horseback riding and exploring – wide open valleys and rolling hills, trails along rivers, over forested passes, down through high grasses to discover another valley.
Explore the hills and grasslands, rest below rock formations arising from the steppe. Experience true hospitality and the ambiance of a Mongolian Ger (more known as Yurt in the West). Live the local culture, and be at ease with your horse – be at ease with nature.
Gorkhi Terelj National Park Horse Riding Tour – 10 Days
For those who have only a short time to visit but want to experience the real Mongolian countryside by horseback, this ride will cover some spectacular terrain, intriguing historical sites and exposure to traditional nomadic herding culture. The Gorkhi Terelj National Park Horse Riding tour takes a total of ten days from arrival in Mongolia to departure, with eight days of actual riding. We’ll have you in the saddle within 24 hours of entering the country. The Gorkhi-Terelj National Park lies northeast of the capital city of Ulaanbaatar and within easy reach of the city. If you are already in the country, we can pick you up at your hotel on the scheduled ‘Day One’ of the trip.
Price includes all in-country ground transportation, hotel accommodation with breakfast, permits, all camping equipment, horse gear, food and accommodation (tent/ger) while in the back country. No Single Supplement Requirement for Individual Riders.
Small Groups only – 6 Guests per Expedition for a High-Quality, Low Impact Riding Adventure. Contact us.
“An Adventure of a Life Time – “I loved every minute, the horses were lovely and very responsive, the countryside was wild and beautiful, the saddles comfortable and the food that was produced out of a tiny tent was indeed amazing (including freshly ground coffee every morning and wine at night). Everything was well organized but at the same time very relaxed.” Trish Durlacher, Sydney, Australia. September 2014.
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