Eastern Mongolia is one of the world’s last great unharmed grassland ecosystems and you can imagine yourself riding through this stunning landscape. Only 10 bikes per tour will be allowed for an extremely personalized and hassle free riding experience in the Mongolia Motorcycle Tours. You don’t need to pay for anything once you arrive because your fuel, meals, accommodation, and transfers are all included in the cost of the Mongolia Motorcycle Tours.
The maximum participants in the group is 20.
You will camp in yurts, known as ger camp, and stay at a hotel in Ulaanbaatar.
Please note that Extreme Bike Tours reserves the right to adjust the itinerary at any time in the interests of safety or to improve the experience. Any travel in Mongolia is a real adventure. Whilst Extreme Bike Tours wishes to make your experience as comfortable as possible, this itinerary includes many nights camping and long hours on rough roads on the bikes. Have a chance to visit places that very few foreigners have been to and enjoy the unbeatable scenery, some of the best on the planet. Adventure is an important part of the experience, so expect your boots to get a little muddy.
Welcome to Ulaanbaatar. All arrivals today will be picked up at the airport and taken to a hotel in Ulaanbaatar. You will have a chance to meet the team followed by meal and drinks as well as sightseeing in Ulaanbaatar.
You will have an easy ride on paved roads to Herlen River, which has its origin in the south slopes of the Khentii Mountains. You will stop at the amazing Chinggis Khan horse statue, a 40-meter tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback, on the bank of the Tuul River, where according to legend, he found the golden whip. You’ll camp at the spectacular Herlen River for the night.
Today, you will ride north to the Khurkh River on mostly dirt roads. Passing through a mixture of mountain and steppe terrain with semi-nomadic, animal husbandry is the principal livelihood of the local population. Camping will be alongside the Khurkh River with beautiful scenery.
You will have a ride to the Uglugchin Wall, the Chinggis Khan Fortress. This site was a castle turned into a military base for Khan while he went on his lengthy invasion across Asia. There will be interesting terrain since you leave the paved road. You will also be passing by ancient worshipping site with carvings and dedicated symbols. You will be entering the forest area, which will be perfect for your camp fire tonight.
Today, you will ride to Binder town. This area is a Buryat Mongol minority area. You will get a chance to sample the local delicious bread and butter while relaxing and enjoying the beautiful landscape. Optional fishing will be for lenok and grayling. You will be camping for the night at the Onon River side.
You will be continuing along Onon River towards Dadal (border town, an area with Buryat Mongols ethnic minority). It’s also nearby the birth place of Chinggis Khan. Camping for the night.
You will ride through Dadal village to Chinggis Khan’s birth site. The area is well known for its beautiful forest area. You will meet border patrol for registration and travel to your ger camp where you will be staying for the night.
You will ride south to Norovlin village (Khangain Spring water). This area becomes more like steppe and partially gravel. You will pass by the colorful local horsemen, stop at a tea stop, and have a chance to do some photography. Camping for the night.
Today, you will ride to Chinggis City (former of Undurhaan). It was renamed Chinggis City in 2013 to honor the great conqueror born in the north of the province. Camp will be at a beautiful river.
A decent ride to Ulaanbaatar will be on paved roads and time to check in to your hotel for a much earned hot shower and some beers. Time for some shopping and your farewell dinner.
Onward journey or flight home.
You will have a sightseeing in Ulaanbaatar.
Eastern Mongolia is where heaven and earth fuse into one part, a boundless blue sky colliding with an equally limitless sea of green. The occasional wooden shack or ger reminds you that humans do inhabit this enormous landscape. But, for the most part, it’s an unspoiled amphitheater of bounding gazelle, scurrying marmots, and tracks that squiggle endlessly into the distance.
The other major feature of the region is the Khan Khentii Mountains. This was the homeland of Temujin, the embattled boy who grew up to become Chingis Khaan. Riding through this area, you can visit places associated with the world’s greatest conqueror. The final frontier is by far the most remote and the least visited part of Mongolia. A venture into its depths is a challenge even to the most experienced of travelers.
Optional fishing will be available for lenok and grayling.