Mongolia Polo and Riding Adventure
Mongolia has to be on every horse lovers bucket lists. The Mongolian Horse is renowned for its strength and speed. So what better way to see this magical land but on horseback!
Camp is a six hour drive from the Capital and when you arrive you know it was worth the journey. Untouched landscapes stretch go for miles, a colourful camp invites you in with the smell of delicious home cooked food and burning fires.
The horses are incredible! As strong and fast as their reputation. You can ride for miles and miles every day exploring the stunning countryside. There will be the option to do polo lessons in the mornings and chukkas in the afternoons or to go for long rides through the countryside!
When you're not playing polo there is traditional sword fighting, archery or if you're feeling in need of rejuvenation just lie back and enjoy a massage. With trips to the local villages with ancient monasteries to discover you won't be stuck for things to do.
So what are you waiting for? Reserve your space on our 2019 Mongolian Adventure!
Saturday 3rd July
Monday 5th - Friday 9th July
Saturday 10th July
Sunday 11th July
Arrive in Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar
Overnight at 5* hotel
Drive out to GKPC 8am
Arrive at camp around 2pm
Everyday you will have the chance to play polo in the morning and chukkas in the afternoons we will mix this up with long rides into the mountains with delicious picnics and other camp activities. The itinerary will be flexible depending on weather and also what the group wants to do. There will also be the possibility to play a tournament at the end of the week.
Breakfast at camp
Travel back to Ulaanbaatar.
Overnight in the Capital 5* Hotel
Dinner and Drinks in the capital
Sunday 4th July
Day to Explore UB / Depart
Although polo and riding will be the main attraction in Mongolia there are plenty of other things to get excited about. Check out some of the wonderful activities on offer.
Hot Stone Massage
Traditional Mongolian Cooking classes
Felt and Ger making
Leather Rope Making and Local Cashmere Production
Trips to Karakorum, the ancient capital of Mongol Empire and Khar Balgas, the ancient capital of the Uighur Empire and Turkish Khanate
Camp is made up of a village of Ger's (Yurts to you and I) They are equipped with comfy beds, log burning fires and beautiful hand painted furniture. There are also Ger's for dining, one for breakfast and another for lunch and dinner. Before dinner you sit outside for pre dinner drinks overlooking the stunning views. The food is delicious and freshly prepared on site everyday. You also have fantastic bath Ger's, these are beautifully warm and you can relax in your wooden bath soaking your muscles at the end of a long day.
Riding the strong and sturdy Mongolian horses across the Mongolian Steppe.
Immersion into Mongolian culture. Living at a local camp with the Mongolian family and understanding their culture.
Visit to Karakorum the ancient capital of the Mongol empire and Khar Balgas, the ancient capital of the Uighur Empire and Turkish Khanate.
6 nights At the GKPC
2 night in Ulaanbaata
All riding and polo activities
All activities at camp
Three meal per day plus snacks
Wine and Beer with meals
Transport to and from camp
Flights to Mongolia
Spending Money for shopping in the capital
Activities Not Mentioned
Why pick Mongolia?
For any horse lover Mongolia has to be at the top of their bucket list. This country however doesn't reserve its magic for them. It is a landscape like nothing else in the world, the sparseness of people and open landscapes helps you reconnect, breath and remember what life is all about.