• Bogd Khan Uul National Park

Bogd Khan Uul

Ride to the famous Bogd Khan Uul National park which is the first national park of the world. Rich with more than 220 types of plants and many animals including the grey wolf and marmot, it is an enchanting landscape where you will be camping.

You will also visit the ruins of the Manzushir Monastery, destroyed during the communist era. This will show you the extent of  Buddhism in Mongolia before repression. However, since its independence the country is reintroducing those important cultural site.

The second part of the trek will take you in the steppe where you will see livestock grazing peacefully. You will stop to meet a nomadic family and why not sharing a glass of milk tea or airag (fermented mare’s milk).

You will end your trek at Stepperiders, sharing your adventures to our new guests on our terrace watching the horsemen herding our horses.

Day 1. Bogd Khan Uul National Park

Day 2. Visit of Manzushir Monastery ruins & visit of a Nomadic Family.

Day 3. Back to Steppe Riders Camp.

Day 1. Ride to Bogd Khan Uul National Park

On your first day, ride from the Stepperiders camp to the Bogd Khan National Park to enjoy the beauty of the open steppe and mountain scenery. You will camp in the forest with your guide who will cook dinner and teach you about Mongolian culture.

Day 2. Ride to Ruins of Manzushir Monastery & visit of a Nomadic Family.

Continue your journey through the highlands of the Bogd Khaan Uul National Park until you reach the 17th century build Manzushir monastery. In the afternoon, you will trek to a nomadic family’s home.

Day 3. Ride Back to Steppe Riders Camp.

On your last day, you will ride back to the Stepperiders campsite and enjoy the charm of the steppe for one last time. Once at camp you will relax from the trek with a warm cup of tea in one of our welcoming gers.

Available every day from April to mid-October

Tour price: 280 USD
300USD if you prefer accommodation in a ger camp instead of camping in Bogd Khan Uul National park

Pick up / drop off
All meals
Camping equipment
National park entrance fees
Bottled water