Découvrez la vie nomade avec les Tsaatans

Séjour chez les nomades dans les nord de la Mongolie

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Balade à cheval dans la vallée de l'Orkhon

randonnée à cheval au coeur de la Mongolie

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De la steppe au Désert de Gobi

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Riding in Khan Khentii mountain

The Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area is a 12,270 km2 (4,740 sq mi) government-administered Strictly Protected Area in the Khentii aimag (province) in Eastern Mongolia read more

Snowy Taiga

It is an interesting winter trip. We will travel to the north of Mongolia and discover the Tsaatan’s lifestyle. There are people herding reindeers in the mountain area and they are called Tsaatan in Mongolian. Read More

Horse Riding to TSAATAN

Tsaatans are living at the border of Mongolia and Russia. Now they are around 100 families and they divided into two main groups. It is called Western and Eastern taiga. Read More

Horse riding Orkhon valley

Orkhon Valley is located in the central part of Mongolia, about 360 kilometers from Ulan Bator at the foot of the Khangai range. Orkhon Valley is a large place of nomadism where many breeders usually set up their camp. read more

Riding to Arkhangai

Arkhangai is right in the middle, a mixed landscape of rugged mountains, peaceful forests, rushing streams, and rolling steppe. Read More

Steppe to Gobi desert

A great Mongolian Gobi discovery tour to wild horses to Orkhon Valley, where you will experience Nomadic life... read more

Tour Reviews

Martine Cuenat

I am from France. I traveled with Taiga-Nomads last summer, in 2019. I am very satisfied with my stay in Mongolia. I did a trekking tour in the Orkhon valley to the Tsenher hot spring. After 9 days of walking, having a good hot spring bath, it made us happy. Our guide Bayarmaa and the driver Bataa took good care of you. Bayarmaa is fluent in French and has explained customs, traditions, and stories to us. It was a great experience for us. Thanks again Taiga-Nomads.

Martine Cuenat Orkhon valley and Tsenher hot spring
George Harry

I am from England. I am a person who loves nature and animals.I like to take a photo of nature and animals. Mongolia met my expectations. Unfortunately, I did not have much time in Mongolia, I stayed there for only 5 days. I went to Terelj National Park and Khustain National Park. I discovered lots of wild animals and nomadic cattle. I have seen the last wild horses in the world and yaks. I took some wonderful photos and I thank all of the Taiga-Nomads teams. I will come back one day for several days.

George Harry Terelj National Park and Khustai National Park
Alice Jason

Hello I am from the U.S.A. I came to Mongolia twice to ride a horse. My first stay was in the Orkhon Valley and Naiman Nuur. For the second time, I went north and saw the blue pearl of Mongolia, Lake Khovsgol. This time, I discovered another way of life for the Tsaatans. It’s an ethnic group that raises reindeer and lives in a teepee. It was very interesting and rewarding. The landscape was just beautiful. The local nomads, Galaa, Puujee, Ulaanaa were very friendly. Our guide Ulzii knew his circuit and his country well. I order you Taiga-Nomads. You do not regret it.

Alice Jason Orkhon Valley and Naiman Nuur

Hi, guys, I am from France. I came with my boyfriend to Mongolia. We went through Taiga-Nomads. We went to Arkhangai province, we rode along the Chuluut canyon and we also saw the white lake and the Khorgo volcano. My boyfriend Mathieu rides horse 2 or 3 times before coming to Mongolia. We did 8 days of horse riding, it went very well. Our horse guide Tsagaanaa was very kind and helpful. I thank our driver Boldo and our guide Ulzii. We admired Mongolia. I recommend Mongolia those who ride horses. Mongolia is a country of horses, horse riding on the steppe of Mongolia. It's a real pleasure.

Lucie Riding in Arkhangai, Canyon, and Volcano

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