Riding northwest, you’ll leave the beaten track in your dust as you head towards the Khangai mountain range. Only 10 bikes per tour for an extremely personalized and hassle free riding experience on the Mongolia Motorcycle Tours. The tour includes unbeatable scenery, some of the best on the planet, as well as a chance to visit places very few foreigners have been to. Adventure is an important part of the experience, so expect your boots to get a little muddy!
The maximum participants in the group is 20.
Camping will be in yurts and Extreme Bike Tours' camps along the route as well as overnight at a hotel in Ulaanbaatar.
Please note that Extreme Bike Tours reserve 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 and a once in a lifetime experience. Whilst Extreme Bike Tours wish to make your experience as comfortable as possible, this itinerary includes many nights camping and long hours on rough roads on the bikes.
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 take a luxury bus to HugnuHaan ger camp. HugnuHaan is a nature reserve set in a region of beautiful mountains, steppe, forests, and also the Gobi Desert. It’s a beautiful place to start the tour with all the best to experience Mongolia nearby. You will sleep in the ger camp for the night and test ride your 500 cc Royal Enfield Bullets.
You will ride towards Dashinchilen town north of HugnuHaan. You will ride along sand dunes and later in the day, you’ll ride through some great dirt tracks, a great start of the tour. This area of Mongolia is surrounded by beautiful mountains and wildlife and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Your campsite for the night is surrounded by the stunning mountains.
You will ride towards Bulgan, passing a small mountain range, the BürengiinNuruu, which bisects the aimag. The mountain range provides plenty of lush habitat for wild animals and livestock. In the south of the aimag, there are the two unique historical insights, Tsogt Taijiin Tsagaan Balgas and KharBukh Balgas, You’ll be driving along wetlands with a possibility of some sand. Time to stock up at the local shops whilst in town.
Today, you will reach the Selenge River. You will be riding across more beautiful landscapes and great terrain today. The Selenge River will be a great place to relax, swim, and for those more adventurous people, there are some historic caves that you can swim too. Shopping in a local town will also be available here.
You will have a slow ride today along the river bed. The river bed is a little rocky but, as usual, great and fun to ride down. Selenge is the longest river in Mongolia which runs out to Russia. Fishing is amazing in this area for those who are interested. You will camp at Selenge River.
Today, you will ride towards Hutag Undur village, another beautiful location for photography. You will camp at Selenge River. You will be riding on paved roads a lot on this day until you reach your camp site for the night surrounded by stunning views.
You will have a big ride today of around 300 kilometers down good Mongolian roads. You will arrive at Lake Huvsgul and camp at the eastern side of the lake. You will have a very relaxed evening with a beautiful sunset spot and a few well-earned beers.
You will have an easy ride back to Murun and a chance to see some local sights, including a museum, monastery, and even a wrestling stadium. The town is small enough to walk around with the town square being a central point with a monument to Davaadorj. You will camp at river Delgermurun near the city and time for your farewell dinner.
You will fly to Ulaanbaatar.
You may have an onward journey or flight home.
You will have a sightseeing in Ulaanbaatar.
Riding northwest, you’ll leave the beaten track in your dust as you head towards the Khangai mountain range. Khangai has become a generally used term by Mongolians to describe the entire lush forest-steppe area to the north as opposed to the southern Gobi Desert.
The Khangai Mountains occupy much of central and north-central area in Mongolia. It has a vast emptiness that links land and sky and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. The terrain is one of the mountains and rolling plateaus, a unique and special landscape.
Considering that 40% of the population lives in the capital city of Ulan Bator or Ulaanbaatar that leaves lots of room for you to travel in the outback. Almost another 40% of the population are scattered all over Mongolia with their 56 million head of sheep, goats, cattle, horses, and camels.