A tour that will not necessarily give you time to get away from the great classics but will allow you not to miss anything essential of this country, between villages, camps, nature reserves and, of course, the splendid Gobi desert! In the heart of the steppe, you will meet the breeders and will be able, for a few days, to taste the nomadic way of life
Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
Day 2: Contact with Chevaux horses
Day 3: The capital of Genghis Khan
Day 4: In the Mongolian steppe
Day 5: In the Mongolian steppe (continued)
Day 6: Lake Ogii Nuur
Day 7: Last minute in Ulaanbaatar
The day can be devoted to visiting the Gandan monastery, and one or two museums in the capital (the History Museum or the Fine Arts Museum, for example).
Departure to Husta National Park, which houses Takhi horses (also called Przewalski horses), recently returned to wildlife. Two camps allow to spend the night near the park, and wooden huts were even built inside the protected area.
The road to Kharkhorin passes through the sand dunes of Elsen Tasarkhai, which will give a glimpse of the Gobi desert to those who will not have time to push further south. In Kharkhorin, the former capital of Chinggis Khaan, the monastère d'Erdene Zuu is the country's most important cultural building and will be the subject of a half-day visit.
Departure to the Chutes falls. The journey allows you to discover vast steppes housing many nomads and their herds. Dividing the journey in two days allows to discover nomadic life and possibly to make steps on horseback in the heart of the steppe, among nomads
This second day will be entirely devoted to the Orkhon Valley and the falls of the same name, to be discovered during a beautiful equestrian hike.
A loop north of the amag makes it possible to reach the Ogii Nuur Lake, famous for its waters.
Return to Ulaanbaatar after a week on the wheels and the desire to stay longer!
Each Travel Idea is customizable according to your wishes