Mongolia is a land of nomads and wild horses, a place of untouched wilderness that stretches over supreme mountains and monumental steppes. Where you are riding there are no roads and no permanent houses.
There is no finer place to ride a horse. It’s just wide open space and dramatic passes, for as many days as you choose.
Saddle up in Genghis Khan’s 13th century capital of Karakorum, then ride across the legendary Khangai Mountains to the iconic Buddhist Tuvkhun Monastery.
Accommodation is a mix of nomadic family gers and there’s absolutely nothing modern to break the cultural and natural spell. Riders of all abilities are welcomed; Mongolian horses love these journeys as much as the riders. Just come with an open mind and ride with Mongal guides.