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Horse Riding

H1. Horse riding tour in Mongolia

Duration: 7n/8d
Transport: Bus/Minivan/Jeep
Large group: 8 people plus
Small group: 3 – 7  people
Individual: 1 – 2  people
Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar.  Accommodation in hotel. City sightseeing. National folk and dance concert.
Day 2: Drive to Karakorum. The city was established in 1220. Karakorum was the capital of Mongolia for 140 years and the capital of the Mongol Empire for 32 years. Overnight in Ger camp.
Day 3: Start the horse riding trip for approximately 25 km. Climb the mountains. Overnight in tents at the edge of the Orkhon river.
Day 4: Ride a horse following the Orkhon river downstream for 25 km. The Orkhon river takes its source in the Khangai Mountain Range and flows 1.124 kilometers, joining the Selenge river in Northern Mongolia and so to Lake Baikal in Siberia. The main tributaries of the Orkhon river are the Tamir and Yeroo rivers, which have their source in the Khentii and Khangai mountain ranges. The Orkhon River has numerous species of  fish such as Pike, Mirror Carp, Baikal Sturgeon, Taimen, Sig, River Perch, Siberian Umber, Roach, Ide, Bull Ide, Golden Carp, Amur Catfish and Burbot. Overnight in tents
Day 5: Horse riding trip reaches Karakorum. Visit Erdene Zuu Monastery, which is the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It was built at the initiative of  the most influential Khalkha lord Abtai Khan, in 1586 on the spot where Karakorum, the famous capital of the Mongolian Empire of the 13th century. The territory of the monastery occupies an area of 400 square meters and is surrounded by a stone wall with 108 stupas. The stone columns, blocks and sculptures excavated from the ruins of the city show that various building materials were used in the construction of this monastery, which began in the 16th century and continued until the 19th century. Erdene Zuu monastery was severally damaged at the end of the XVII century and the beginning of the XVIII centuries at the time of the struggle of the Mongolians against the Manchu invaders. It was restored several times, in 1760-1796 and in 1808-1814. Overnight in Ger camp.
Day 6: Ride over the steppe. Visit a nomad family. Observe the  Mongolian traditional way of life. Taste airag, camel, horse riding. Try Mongolian traditional food – Horhog – meat processed hermetically with hot stones. Overnight in tents.
Day 7: Transfer to Ulaanbaatar. Shopping, free time. Overnight in a hotel.
Day 8: Departure.

H2. Horse riding tour in Mongolia

Duration: 10n/11d
Transport: Bus/Minivan/Jeep
Large group: 8 people plus
Small group: 3 – 7  people
Individual: 1 – 2  people
Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. Accommodation in Chinggis Khan hotel. City sightseeing. National folk and dance concert.
Day 2: Drive to Karakorum. The city was established in 1220. Karakorum was the capital of Mongolia for 140 years and the capital of the Mongol Empire for 32 years. Overnight in hotel.
Day 3: Visit the Erdene Zuu monastery, which is the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It was built at the initiative of the most influential Khalkha lord Abtai Khan, in 1586 on the spot where Karakorum, the famous capital of the Mongolian Empire of the 13th Century. The territory of the monastery occupies an area of 400 square meters and is surrounded by a stone wall with 108 stupas. Erdene Zuu monastery was severally damaged at the end of the XVII century and the beginning of the XVIII centuries at the time of the struggle of the Mongolians against the Manchu invaders. It was restored several times, in 1760-1796 and in 1808-1814. Visit a nomadic family on the way.  Observe the Mongolian traditional way of life. Taste airag, ride a horse. Try Mongolian traditional food – Horhog – meat processed hermetically with hot stones. Overnight in Ger hotel. 
Day 4: Ride a horse around the tourist camp. Overnight in Ger camp.
Day 5: Climb up to the mountain for approximately 25 km. Overnight in tents.
Day 6: Ride along the valley for 30 km. Overnight in tents.
Day 7: Go along the valley and through the Orkhon river bridge for 30 km. The Orkhon river has its source in the Khangai Mountain Range and flows 1.124 kilometers, joining the Selenge river in northern Mongolia and so to Lake Baikal in Siberia. The main tributaries of the Orkhon river are the Tamir and Yeroo rivers, which have their source in the Khentii and Khangai mountain ranges. The Orkhon River has numerous species of fish such as Pike, Mirror Carp, Baikal Sturgeon, Taimen, Sig, River Perch, Siberian Umber, Roach, Ide, Bull Ide, Golden Carp, Amur Catfish and Burbot.  Overnight  in tents near the Tuvkhun temple. 
Day 8: Ride  for approximately 35 km and visit the Tuvkhun temple which is located on the top of the Tuvkhun Uul mountain. It was built by Undur Gegeen Zanabazar. Mongolians erected about 10 stone monasteries in the 17th century. Overnight in tents.
Day 9: Horseback riding along the mountain. Overnight in Ger hotel.
Day 10: Transfer to Ulaanbaatar. Box lunch. Free time, shopping. Overnight in hotel.
Day 11: Departure.

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