Horse trekking Travel

Travel Agenda / 5 day 4 night /

On this trip, you will have the opportunity to explore the development of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, as well as delve into its rich history, culture, customs, and ancient nomadic heritage. Additionally, you will enjoy a relaxing horseback ride through the picturesque countryside. Moreover, you can venture into Mongolia’s specially protected areas to observe remarkable animals like argali and ibex, both of which are listed in the world’s red book. Lastly, you will have the chance to experience the tranquility of fishing along the banks of the Kherlen River during permitted times.

Travel fee

  • A small group of individuals ranging from two to five people   1150$
  • A group of individuals ranging from six to ten people   1000$
  • Up to 10 people   900$
  • Arrival at the hotel
  • The Great Chingis Khan Museum
  • Gandan Monastery
  • Trip to Zaisan Hill

Explore the Tsonjin Boldog complex, the birthplace of the rich history and traditions of the Mongol Empire, and immerse yourself in a day of relaxation at a camp featuring wooden houses, cottages, and simple dwellings. This serene location is nestled amidst stunning natural formations, providing a picturesque backdrop for your stay.

  • Goose Camp
  • Go to the recreation area on the banks of the Kherlen River in the Gun Gulutay Nature Reserve.
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Horse riding
  • Fishing
  • Getting to know the nomadic culture

Terelj multifarious natural terrain

In this area, which is located not far from the city, you will have the opportunity to witness the extraordinary natural formations of mountains, rocks, plants, flowers, and various bird species. Additionally, you can gain insight into the nomadic way of life. The Rocky Mountains in this region are composed of Mesozoic granite rocks that have been sculpted by the forces of water, wind, and time, resulting in intriguing and peculiar shapes.

  • Turtle Rock
  • Rope bridge
  • Horse trekking trip

Travel photos

The weather

the weather and climate of Mongolia are characterized by its unique geographical location and topography. As you mentioned, Mongolia is situated in the center of the Eurasian continent, far from any coastal influences. The country is surrounded by high mountains, such as the Altai, Khangai, and Khentii ranges, which further contribute to its climatic patterns.

Mongolia experiences an extreme and harsh continental climate with distinct four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Let’s take a closer look at each season:

Spring (March to May): Spring in Mongolia is characterized by a gradual transition from cold winter to warmer temperatures. However, the weather can still be quite unpredictable, with occasional snowfall and temperature fluctuations.

Summer (June to August): The summer season in Mongolia is relatively short but can be hot and dry. Average temperatures can range from comfortable to high, with some areas experiencing temperatures above 30°C (86°F). It is the season with the most rainfall, although rainfall amounts can still be relatively low.

Autumn (September to November): Autumn brings cooler temperatures, especially towards the latter part of the season. It is known for its vibrant colors as the vegetation changes, with golden and red hues covering the landscapes. The weather is generally pleasant, with clear skies and mild temperatures during the day.

Winter (December to February): Winter in Mongolia is long, cold, and snowy. Temperatures can drop well below freezing, with averages ranging from -20°C (-4°F) to -40°C (-40°F) in some areas. The country experiences strong winds and occasional snowstorms, making it a challenging season for travel.

It’s important to note that Mongolia’s climate can vary significantly across its vast territory due to its size and diverse geographical features. The southern regions tend to be drier and hotter, while the northern parts are colder and receive more precipitation.

Mongolia’s extreme continental climate poses challenges for its inhabitants, but it also contributes to the country’s unique natural landscapes and nomadic way of life.

Summer season June, July, August, air temperature is 10-30C and it is hot with rain.

Autumn season: September, October, November, air temperature is 3°…-10°C with a cool breeze

The winter season is December, January, and February, the temperature is -10°…-35°C, and there is snow.

Spring season March, April, May has a cool wind of 5°…15°C


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Our advantages

Professional guide

Our organization provides friendly guides and translators who are well-recognized in the field of tourism in Mongolia, offering extensive knowledge and expertise.

Outstanding Location

We introduce our customers to the unspoiled and breathtaking nature of Mongolia, along with the unique lifestyle and rich heritage of its nomadic people. Additionally, we specialize in organizing safe and eco-friendly tours. It is indeed possible to explore the border regions of Mongolia within a short timeframe, allowing you to experience the diverse beauty of the country.


Mongolia offers a rich array of historical monuments to explore, including Ulaanbaatar, the vibrant capital city; the revered birthplace of Genghis Khan, a legendary figure in Mongolian history; the vast and awe-inspiring Gobi region, renowned for its abundance of dinosaur fossils; and the breathtakingly beautiful Altai Five Bogd mountains , where pristine snowy landscapes captivate visitors throughout the year.

Multiple programs

In addition to standard tours, our company also specializes in organizing cross-border tours, children's tours, and customized special program tours tailored to meet the unique preferences and suggestions of our customers.