Motorcycling tour

Type: Adventure tour
Destination: Zaamar, Bulgan, Arkhangai and Bayangobi
Highlights: Hustai National Park, Khorgo Volcano, Tsenkher hot spring, Kharkhorin, Erdene Zuu Monastery,
Lengths: 9 nights/ 10 days
Adventure level: Extreme
Total driving km: 3500 km
Transportation: drive & motorcycling
Season: June 1 – September 15

Pastoral nomadic life has a long history in Central Asia. For 3000 years, the people of the steppes have lived a pastoral way of life moving in the search of best pastures. Today, about half of the 2.5 million people live in gers and still roaming vast plains herding over 30 million animals. Traditionally, Mongolian nomads raise five species of livestock: horses, cows or yaks, sheep, goats, and camels. Nomadic life thrives in summer and survives in winter. Considering climate conditions, especially during winter time, such lifestyle may seem to be a very hard way of living. “Uvuljuu” or winter camps are located in areas that are naturally sheltered from wind and are equipped with barns for livestock to stay for the night



Ulaanbaatar – Capital city

The capital of Mongolia is Ulaanbaatar city which was historically known as Urga and established in 1639 as well as you can enjoy visiting Gandan Monastery – Buddhist center of Mongolia, Sukhbaatar square – main square where the Parliament and Government house and Winter Palace of Bogd Khaan, Mongolia’s last king Javzun Damba Khutagt VIII, built in 1893.

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Huvsgul lake


Huvsgul province, located in the Hangai mountain range in north western Mongolia, unique compared to other parts of Mongolia. Many ethnic groups live in Huvsgul; Halh, Darhad, Hotgoid, Urianhai, Buriad, and it’s the mother land of Reindeer Families “Tsaatan”. It’s the place where Heaven and Earth worshiping Shamans are still very powerful.

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Gobi desert


In the Gobi desert tourists can view vast sand dunes, great Canyon the Glen of Condors, sigh herds of antelopes, khulans /wild horses/, argali /wild sheep/, snow leopards or ibex, visit hospitable nomads who herd the livestock or witness the flaming red cliffs where Roy Chapman Andrews made the discover of dinosaur fossils. The sights are truly endless, but one of great highlights for the tourists is camel riding in the scenic Gobi Desert.

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ERDENE ZUU monastery


In 1586 when the Mongolian Khan Abtaisain returned home from his long pilgrimage to Tibet, he founded the first Buddhist monastery for its beauty it was named Erdene zuu or Hundred Treasures. Erdene zuu was the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is surrounded by a monumental wall with 108 stupas measuring 400x400 meters. Each of the four sites of the wall has a tower gat.

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