HORSE, YAK BACK RIDE IN MONGOLIA
To ride horse is a great fun and you have a opportunity to do that. You can ride horses to Mt.Baits to view the gorgeous Argali mountain sheep and the White Napped Crane, Whooper Swan and other birds.
The Reserve is truly the marvelous combination of high mountains, colorful flowers, pretty lakes, rivers and wetlands with its famous rare species. It is a home to endangered wild Mountain sheep-Argali the Big Horns, White-napped crane, Siberian White Crane, Hooded Crane and the rare Black stork, Asian heron, Whooper swan, Swan Goose and so on. Over 200 Argali sheep inhabit peacefully in Gun-Galuut now. Also you can ride to a nomadic family and can get a information about their life. If you are not an experienced rider, we recommend hiring a local guide at the fixed rates.
HORSE & YAK CART TRAVEL
If you are not an experienced rider, our carts are the best rides for you. Carts are rather slow but more comfortable and fun to ride and suitable for all kinds of tours such as wildlife viewing, bird watching, nomadic family visiting etc. You can ride cart for your tour to Mt.Baits to view the gorgeous Argali mountain sheep and the White Napped Crane, Whooper Swan and other birds. Also you can visit nomadic family with your cart.
Those who want to view the rare wildlife and birds, feel the wilderness and the beauty of the reserve should hire our local guides. They know every single rocks of the reserve and will show you what you want to see and enjoy.
You can hire a local guide even traveling with bikes. If you are traveling on horse or yak back or on a yak cart, a local guide is a must to travel with you. He will be there for your safety and will guide you in the reserve. If you hire them for more than 3 hours to for days you are responsible for their food and accommodation.
Related short tours
Horseback riding with Nomads:
Two full day riding gives you the best chance to experience Mongolia on the back of a horse, just like how the locals travel.
Yak Cart Riding:
Here you will travel like nomads, and use the simples modes of transport in order to get a real feeling for lifestyle of the local people.