Wild Mongolia

Wild Mongolia is a very special trip, designed to show you some of the best rural parts of this expansive country and for you to get an intimate look into the daily lives of the people of Mongolia. After exploring the bustling capital of Ulaanbaatar, You will journey across the great steppe in 4WD vehicles, traverse the deep valleys on horseback, ride through dense forests to live with the Reindeer herders in your own private Teepee and finally live and hunt with the Eagle Hunters in the far west. This Adventure is sure to impress and something you do not want to miss!


Duration: 16 days/15nights
Date: 15th-31st of August 2021
Group size: 2-8
Difficulty: Medium*
Cost: $3,850 per person
* (horseback riding, remote, rural living, very limited online connectivity)

Daily Program

Day 1 Arrival in Ulaanbaatar & transfer to hotel
Day 2 Flight to Murun and drive North
Day 3 Drive to Remchinlkhumbe
Day 4 Horseback Riding towards the Tsaatan
Day 5 Horseback Riding towards the Tsaatan
Day 6 Arrival at the Tsaatan Reindeer Herder Camp
Day 7 Tsaatan Reindeer Herder family stay
Day 8 Horseback riding back to civilisation
Day 9 Drive back to Murun
Day 10 Flight to Ulaanbaatar
Day 11 Flight to Bayan-Olgii
Day 12 Eagle Hunter family stay
Day 13 Eagle Hunter family stay
Day 14 Flight back to Ulaanbaatar
Day 15 Ulaanbaatar
Day 16 Transfer to airport and flight to USA

Reserve your spot before December 31st 2020 and receive a complimentary Adventure Calls North Face Rain Jacket.

Wild Mongolia

Frequently asked Questions

What is included in trip cost?
Included in trip cost:
Land transport in a private car & local flights, English speaking local driver/guide, Accommodation and board, as specified, for the entire trip, including all taxes, Entrance and park fees in natural reserves and national parks, Mineral water, a 110V plug and a pair of binoculars are made available in the vehicle.
Excursions described in this proposal.

Not included in trip cost:
Tip for local guides (10 $USD/per day is a good baseline), Drinks during meals, tipping and personal purchases, Individual insurances (assistance and repatriation, cancellation and baggage, etc.), International flights.

Do I need a visa?
As of January 2019, United States passport holders are visa exempted, but this could change at any moment. It is your responsibility to be up to date on visa regulations.

Please visit the Mongolian Embassy website for more information.

What clothes should I bring?
Be prepared for hot scorching sun and chilly windy nights. Layers are key. Weather changes so rapidly here you need to be prepared for anything. Sunglasses, sunscreen, hat and good warm hiking books are a must, as well as waterproof rain gear. Please see packing list below. Some prefer to bring chaps or riding boots as well, others are fine without.
How are the living accommodations?
In the capital, you will be in a modern hotel with all amenities. Once you get further away from UB, it will be a mix of smaller guesthouses, Gers and wild camping in tents or teepees.
What will the food be like?
Mongolia is not exactly a prime destination for foodies. That being said, UB is a very modern city were you can find most foods you are craving. There are a variety of fantastic restaurants spread around the capital. Once we are on the road, we will have a cook with us for lunches and wild camping. If you are vegetarian or have any dietary restriction, please let us know ahead of time.
How are the roads?
Mongolia is a massive untouched country and many of the roads are unpaved. Your journey will often have a real wild feeling, where driving through mountains, deserts, rivers and snow is not uncommon. It’s part of the Adventure!
You can also check our general FAQ for Mongolia or shoot us an email and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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