The horse is the national symbol of Mongolia, and the country’s culture has been based on horses from time immemorial. Through this ride you will appreciate and understand the association between the Mongolian horse, the majestic landscape, and the life of nomadic people.
Having maintained much of its centuries-old nomadic traditions, Mongolia is one of the only places on earth you can interact with true nomadic peoples, whilst riding traditional Mongolian horses.
Hidden Trails have a range of authentic Mongolian horse riding holidays for you to experience – from the lands of Genghis Khan to the untouched Gobi Steppe and Khan Khenti Protected Area.
Mongolia has a unique and durable traditional culture, centered on the herding lifestyle. Herders remain semi-nomadic, moving their animals with the seasons as they have for centuries. Half of Mongolia’s population is rural, and tending to livestock remains the backbone of the Mongolian economy
From Ulaanbaatar city
In the morning 09.00 am
Sign up for our Nomadic Life placement and you’ll join a group of Mongolian nomads and experience a way of living that has barely changed in a thousand years.
Working and living with some of Mongolia’s nomads allows you to learn about a unique group of people and their ancient way of life through your own personal experiences. It is also a good opportunity to gain experience of looking after animals such as goats, cows, yaks and horses.
Drive to a nomad family.
Stay with the family, will do the everyday activity with family members such as milk the cow, herding animals, cook mongolian food together etc.,.
Will do the horse ride everyday.
The last day of the trip will drive to a khustai National park famous as wild horses.
Visit the Terelj National park and Chingis statue.