Grade

Extreme

Accommodation

Hunting Lodges & Camping

Support Vehicle

Included

Max Altitude

4023 m

Ride

500cc Royal Enfield Bullets

Distance

900

(1 customer review)

$4,850

Dates:

31st July – 10th August 2021

Mongolia is a vast wilderness almost untouched and scattered with nomadic peoples and an abundance of animals. Out here nomads are a living tradition. The Mongolian Motorcycle Tour is almost exclusively off the beaten track, once out of Ulaan Bataar there are very few roads and no traffic as 40% of the population live in the capital. The terrain is vast and varied from rolling hills to mountains and you can almost touch the emptiness of this wildly stunning country. This is true adventure and together with our support crew we move through the landscape.

Accommodation is a mixture of wild camping, a hunting lodge perched over the Selenge river and Gher Camps, that provide a touch of luxury when you least expect it. With river crossings to contend and silver birch forests to ride through nature doesn’t get much better than this. This is an epic adventure not for the faint hearted an unforgettable experience that will leave you amazed. Riding alongside herds of galloping horses, this tour will open your mind.

  • Category
  • Location
  • Grade
  • Days
    11
  • Nights
    10
  • Accommodation
    Hunting Lodges & Camping
  • Support Vehicle
    Included
  • Max Altitude
    4023 m
  • Ride
    500cc Royal Enfield Bullets
  • Distance
    900
Day 1
Ulaanbaatar
Transfer from the airport to our hotel in Ulaanbaatar. We’ll get to know each other over dinner and drinks.
Day 2
Ulaanbaatar to HugnuHaan
We ride out of Ulaanbaatar to HugnuHaanGher 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. We sleep in a Gher camp for the night in the wilderness.
Day 3
HugnuHaan to Dashinchilen
We will ride towards Dashinchilen town, north of HugnuHaan, and ride along sand dunes through dirt tracks– a great start to the tour! This area of Mongolia is surrounded with beautiful mountains and wild life and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Our campsite for the night is surrounded by the stunning mountains.
Day 4
Dashinchilen to Bulgan
Ride towards Bulgan. Passing a small mountain range, the BürengiinNuruu, which bisects the Aimag. It provides plenty of lush habitat for wild animals and livestock. In the south of the Aimag are the two unique historical insights, Tsogt Taijiin Tsagaan Balgas and KharBukh Balgas, We’ll be driving along wetlands with a possibility of some sand. Time to stock up at the local shops whilst in town.
Day 5
Bulgan to Bugat
We will be riding across more beautiful landscapes and great terrain today, heading for Bugat village. When we reach the Selenge River, we’ll relax and take a refreshing swim. For the more adventurous there are some historic caves that we can swim to. Shopping in a local town will also be available here.
Day 6
Bugat to the Selenge River
A slow ride today along the river bed. It’s a little rocky, but great fun to ride down. The Selenge is the longest river in Mongolia which runs all the way out to Russia. Fishing is amazing in this area for those who are interested. Tonight we’ll camp alongside the Selenge River.
Day 7
Selenge River to HutagUndur
This is another beautiful ride and a great location for some stunning photography. We will be riding on paved road for a lot of this day, towards HutagUndur village, until we reach our campsite for the night surrounded by stunning views.
Day 8
HutagUndur to Hatgal
We’ll head for Hatgal today – a long ride today of around 300kms down good Mongolian roads. We will arrive at Lake Huvsgul and camp at the Eastern side of lake. We’ll enjoy a very relaxed evening with a beautiful sunset spot and a few well-earned beers!
Day 9
Hatgal to Murun
We have an easy ride back to Murun and when we arrive there will be an opportunity 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. We will camp at river DelgerMurun near the city and have our farewell dinner
Day 10
Murun to Ulaanbaator
Fly to Ulaanbaator.
Day 11
Ulaanbaator
Return flight or onward journey. Extreme Bike Tours can change the tour itinerary without notification if required to deal with any issues that may arise in the countries we operate in, very often due to adverse weather conditions. The itinerary will not change much but if we can make it better we always will.
Tour Extension
Visit the Reindeer Nomads
Price per person: US $1,200
You need to bring:
  • 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
Rates
  • Rider Price: US $4,850
  • Pillion Price: US $3,250
Included
  • 500cc Royal Enfield
  • Accommodation
  • Mechanic
  • Tour guide
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Fuel
  • Drinking water
  • First aid equipment
  • Spare parts for the bikes
Not Included
  • Alcohol or Beverage
Enquire about tour

  1. Joe

    This tour is a true adventure in every respect. Mostly off road it has everything to throw at you, mud, rocks, countless river crossings, the beautiful steppes and some majestic mountain passes. The Mongolians are beautiful people and proud of their unspoilt country. You are in the true wilderness on this tour and Extreme bike tours cover every aspect from meeting us on arrival, helping organise a guide for a pre trip excursion, all meals, Mongolian guides and great motorcycles and mechanics to keep us rolling. The Royal Enfields surprised us with their robustness and reliability. They were more than up for the task.
    Off road experience is a bonus but not all our group had that and still managed the trip well.
    Mongolia is such a beautiful country with their nomadic lifestyle, such vast open spaces and camping out in such remoteness was a great escape from our day to day clutter!
    Ben and John were great hosts as were all the staff in their various roles.
    There were six of us that knew each other from Australia but we had great companions from other countries to add to the total experience.
    Totally recommend this trip.

    Joe

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Find Map