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They have an AMAZING and dedicated team, great equipment (saddles, tents, sleeping bags, you name it) and wonderful horses (each with their own charms and quirky traits).
The guide was very knowledgeable and the driver was very good, and we managed to see and experience a lot in just 6 short days with a great itinerary.
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Zavkhan Trekking

... days riding through meadows of head-high flowers on warm summer days, climbing up steep and rocky mountain paths to the snow line, down through pine forests, across grassy steppe and through valleys and rivers.
The team including the Wranglers were great,professional people and fun to be with and the locals we met along the way were wonderful.I hope to do it again next year.
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Rara Avis Travel

We're now staying in a hotel in Ulaanbaatar and venturing out on day trips - a concert, a Husted National Park visit and more.
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iTour Mongolia

All in all iTour Mongolia provides excellent value for money and I would definitely recommend the tour operator as the first choice for anyone planning a trip to the magnificent and spacious country of Mongolia
It is completely different than anywhere else in the world, amazing blue sky, white cloud, starry nights, endless horizon, herd of horses, flock of sheep etc.
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Thanks to our really great guide we saw the beauties of the Mongolian landscape, had amazing gallops at the steppe and cozy nights in tents (even though we also got to experience the Mongolian rain season... bring...
... experience with the nomad families spontaneous and fulfilling, the nature incredibly beautiful, the horseman and yakman funny and kind, but most of all the guide (Dudu) was incredible for being always professi...
We also visited lakes, historical monasteries, museums, hot springs, and evergreen forests and saw all sorts of animals including yaks, goats, sheep, reindeer, vultures, eagles, hawks, cranes.
We spent some days at ger camps, some at nomadic families and had unforgettable wonderful time with the local people.
We slept in a Ger with a nomadic family, we ate as much traditional Mongolian cuisine as we can handle, we held baby goats, we milked a cow, we shot arrows, and we rode horses in the mongolian steppe.
These are very experienced, capable and hardworking horsemen who know the terrain like it’s printed on the back of their hands and they will bring much ease and convenience to the entire journey so to make sure th...
He managed to work in many of the highlights we came for (Eagle hunters, Altai mountains hiking/glacier, horseback riding and nomadic family visits) and helped us organize the flights.
Taskhyn is a great guide and he runs a well organised outfit.

Montrails Tours

Each day we drove to a different part of the desert experiencing wildlife, a camel ranch, herds of goats and horses, sand dunes and mountains, and National Parklands.
Since the terrain is rough with unpaved roads, be prepared to experience some rough driving with lots of excitement, which we enjoyed.

Explore Mongolia

We did an incredible tour of Mongolia in which we visited the most impressive landscapes of the country: deserts, hills, rock formations... Furthermore, the guides were always kind and were always attentive to eve...
We mentioned that we would like to ride horses and explore the countryside and that's how we got to find out she was a tour guide!
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Trekking and living alongside these people, their lovely horses, the simple living in the wilderness and being so close to nature was a refreshing and rejuvenating experience.
The horses are very well cared for, the equipment comfortable (they have safety stirrups which are almost impossible to find in Mongolia, plus good riding hats) and the staff are helpful and very reliable.

Dream Adventure Mongolia

Gorkhi Terelj National Park
Pujee's camp is isolated from any touristic attraction or village, a wonderful place to stay in peace and enjoy the nature, walks and horse ridding sessions through the steppe.
If you’re looking for a personalized horseback riding experience, whether you are beginning to expert, this is the place and Puujee is your guide!
Great staff - in the hostel, the guides, the drivers... You'll leave with loads of new friends ;)
The hostel is great, especially the great hospitality of Undral and the other staff.
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A seemingly unlimited steppe reaches as far as the eye can see, gorgeous mountain ridges lining paradise-esque valleys with crystal clear rivers running to their mighty feet, where sheep, cattle and yak are grazin...
The space, the skies, the forests, the cosy gers, the "bhoondog" eating extravaganza, the airag, waking up to smells of mutton, horses, camp fire smoke and fresh yaks milk - I felt alive in every sense.
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... Aki made everything ran smoothly and had a vast knowledge of the countryside and Mongolian life with fluent English, driver Tamira was an amazing driver, his driving was ultra-safe on some pretty testing roads.
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TTR Mongolia

Doljkoo, the owner, is so much fun and has an outgoing, loving personality and good English communication skills.
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