Misheel Kids Foundation, bringing a brighter smiles to children

Supporting MISHEEL KIDS FOUNDATION

Saraas Horse Trek Mongolia is proud to donate 20% of the tariff from this trek to support  Misheel Kids Foundation, bringing a brighter smiles to children, by oral health education and fully dental treatment to 7 different Orphanages and Day Care Centres in the Ger District area of Ulaanbaatar.

23. June – 06. July 2020

Tsaataan Rentier TREK

Duration

14 days / 13 nights
23. June – 06. July 2020

Horse Riding

30 – 45 km / 5 – 6 hours
on horse a day

Riding ability

Suitable for beginners and good riders

Extra

Car supported (mostly)

TRIP SCHEDULE

Day 1

Flight to Muruun then by car to Khatgal, Khuvsgul Lake (same day or next day)

Day 2

Arrive at Khatgal, Khuvsgul

Day 3

Ride to Dahai (Forest and Lake Side)

Day 4

Ride to Jigleg (Mountainous and marshy area)

Day 5

Ride to Hachinii Uudeg (Riverside and Steppe)

Day 6

Ride to Songinot  (Mostly hills and Steppe)

Day 7

Ride to Renchinlumbe (Steppe side)

Day 8

Ride to Sharga Taiga (Forest with Stream water) Arrive at the Tsaatan  People’s Camp where we stay over night

Day 9

Ride to Tsagaan nuur (Steppe and lake area)

Day 10

Stay in Renchinlumbe (Local Village)

Day 11

Ride to Khoridol Saridag (Great Mountainous area)

Day 12

Ride to Jankhai (Near to the Khatgal)

Day 13

Reach Khatgal and prepare to head back to Ulaanbaatar by car

Day 14

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar

Price per person: 4000.- USD

We highly recommend arranging an annulation or travel cancellation insurance.

Scope of services:
– 1 lokal Flight from Ulaanbaatar to Muruun
– 2 Day of drive from Muruun nach Khatgal and from Khatgal back to Ulaanbaatar
– 10 Days of Horse riding with Mongolian crew
– 3 to 4overnight stays in Ger Camps
– 3 meals per day (Vegetarian meals possible on request)
– German & English-speaking travel guide

Not included:
– Tipps
– Insurance
– Personal expenses
– Visum
– Overnight in Ulaanbaatar

Please note: This schedule is subject to change at any time.

Weather conditions in Mongolia are often unpredictable. Flexibility and endurance are thus essential for a horseback riding.