This horseback journey will lead you across the vast steppes of Mongolia, away from the usual paths, until you reach the renowned Hustai National Park. Along the way, you will discover lands where nomadic families have been raising horses, sheep, and yaks for centuries. Take breaks to meet herders and exchange stories over a cup of tea or fermented mare milk (airag). As you ride through lush hills and endless grasslands, and camp beside the river, you will truly immerse yourself in nature and have an authentic horseback experience.
Hustai National Park is the habitat of the famous Takhi (Przewalski), the last remaining species of truly wild horses in the world. It is a magnificent sanctuary for wildlife and an excellent chance for you to observe different beautiful creatures.
There is also the option to extend your trip by two days and explore Bogd Khan Uul National Park.
The price displayed is for groups 5-6 people. 3-4 people: $760, 2 people: $870, 1 person: $1000.