Mongolia - the LAND OF THE ETERNAL BLUE SKY, offers some of the most incredible OFF-ROAD RIDING experiences in the world. Venture deep into the lost monastery through steppe trails, beautiful natural formations, and wild river crossings. Ride through one of the most sparsely populated areas on earth. Don’t miss the chance to conquer this truly wild and untamed country.
Mongolia, formerly Mongol Empire, is a landlocked country in East Asia. Genghis Khan founded the Mongol Empire. It covered 23 million square kilometres of territory, making it the largest contiguous land empire in history at its peak.
Now, it occupies a total area of 1,564,116 square kilometres and borders Russia to the north and China to the south. Mongolia’s terrain is varied, with the Gobi Desert to the south and cold, mountainous regions to the north and west. Much of Mongolia consists of a steppe, with forested areas accounting for 11.2% of the total land area. The highest point is the Khüiten Peak in the Tavan Bogd massif in the far west at 4,374 metres.
Most of the country is hot in the summer and extremely cold in the winter, with January averages dropping as low as −30 °C. A vast front of heavy, shallow, cold air comes in from Siberia in winter and collects in river valleys and low basins, causing freezing temperatures. Mountain areas are much warmer due to the effects of temperature inversion.
Steppe Off-Road tour calendar dates are selected for ideal riding conditions.
A FEW THINGS WORTH KNOWING
Capital City: - Ulaanbaatar Currency: - MNT(tögrög)(1EUR ~ 3,600MNT) Population: - 3.3 Million (2022)
Price of Fuel: - € 0.70 EUR Per Litre(2022) Timezone: - GMT +08:00 Street Food: - From € 2.20 EUR
Dominant Religion: - Buddhist 53% (2018) Percentage Paved Roads - 10% (2018) Price of a Beer: - From € 0.61 EUR (2022)
You will be greeted by warm nomadic hospitality, the smell of fresh air, quiet nights, a soft breeze, and a sky full of bright shining stars that can bring peace and happiness to anyone and tours that will make you feel alive! There is no better way to see this stunning country than from the edge of your trusty motorcycle’s seat.