Mongolia

Steppe into the Gobi

- Mongolia Motorcycle Tours -

Highlights

Motorcycle

Royal Enfield 500cc Bullet

Accommodation

Hunting Lodges & Camping

Duration

11 Days
10 Nights

Dates*

August 2022 August 2023

Distance

900 Km

Riding Hours

4-6 per day

Terrain

Desert / Steppe

Difficulty

Intermediate

*Important note: exact dates TBD

Prices

Rider US $4,850
Pillion US $3,250

All our tours are all-inclusive. Maximum 10 Riders per tour.

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    What's Included

    • Motorcycle, Fuel & Spares

      Ride the legendary Royal Enfield 500cc Bullet

    • Accommodation

      Hunting Lodges & Camping

    • All Meals

      Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and beverages

    • Expert Guides

      Local and international guides

    • Full Support

      Support vehicle, crew and mechanic

    • Airport Transfers

      Airport pick-up and drop-off

    • Entrance Fees

      All entrances to sites, national parks, tolls, etc.

    • First Aid Equipment

      (Hopefully it won't be necessary)

    Not included

    Flight Tickets

    Visa

    Personal Travel Insurance

    Personal Health Insurance

    Alcoholic Beverages

    About the Mongolia - Steppe into the Gobi Motorcycle Tour

    Mongolia is a vast wilderness almost untouched and scattered with Nomadic people and an abundance of animals.
     
    Out here nomads are a living tradition. Steppe into the Gobi is a Motorcycle Tour almost exclusively off the beaten track, once out of Ulaan Bataar the are very few roads and no traffic as 40% of the population live in the capital.
     
    The terrain is vast and varied from the rolling steppe to the mighty Gobi desert. You can almost touch the vast emptiness of this wild and beautiful country. We move through this wilderness with our support crew in the true spirit of adventure.
     
    Accommodation is a mixture of wild camping and the traditional gher camps. We follow nomadic tracks contending with whatever obstacles nature puts in our way.
     
    This is an epic adventure and not for the faint hearted. It will give you an unforgettable experience that will remain in the mind for years to come.

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    Frequently Asked

    COVID-19 related restrictions for entry have been lifted. Negative COVID-19 PCR tests before and after arrival are no longer required.

    Visa applications can be requested online through the official website: https://www.evisa.mn/main

    You are allowed to drive in Mongolia for up to one year as long as you have a passport, a driver’s license, and an IDP (international driving permit).

    • Good quality sleeping bag
    • Good crash helmet (BS Kite Mark)
    • Protective Jackets
    • Protective gloves
    • Protective trousers
    • Goggles
    • Waterproof bike boots, shin and ankle protection
    • Windproof and waterproof trousers and jacket
    • Scarf or bandana to keep dust out of your nose and mouth
    • Sunglasses
    • Torch
    • High Factor sun cream (30+ minimum)
    • Lip balm
    • Mosquito repellent

    Mongolia is a land of Extremes and the temperatures drop between September and December very quickly. That said when we tour in July-September the weather can be hot and dry in the 20’s although it is changeable and we have to prepare for all eventualities. Needless to say the further North we go, the colder it gets.

    Protective gear such as pants, boots and jackets for when riding. Waterproof jacket is also recommended. Warm clothing, especially for the cold nights.

    Partners, family members or friends of riders can also join and travel in the support vehicle at Pillion price. 

    The minimum number of riders required for any tour in Mongolia is 8. The maximum number of riders per group is 10. 

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