Jennifer Haddow is the woman behind Wild Women Expeditions – for 25 years they have led women on some extraordinary and life changing adventures.
Not it is time for Mongolia!
They are offering two itineraries – one horse riding trip and another tour that is more of a multisport, with hiking, kayaking, cultural activities and some beginner friendly riding. \
2018 is your chance to visit Mongolia
If you are seeking a unique adventure in one of the most remote, wild places on the planet, click here to see all the trip info.
Mongolia is in many ways what you imagined: sprawling, dazzling displays of mountainous terrain. Packs of horses pounding over the earth. Bubbling hot springs. Intricate temples. But no matter how many photos you might have Googled – no matter what it might have said in the guide books – nothing prepares you for the wild, raw spirit of this ancient land.
Whether you are hiking the banks of “the great white lake”, trekking on the back of a pony through a valley of Agad Sar, or perched atop a camel as you scale a caramel-colored sand dune, Mongolia is an otherworldly delight to the senses.
This is a place pulsing with the past: with the ferocious Ghengis Khan, and the infamous silk road. You feel both humbled and awestruck to be standing here, as if you have stepped into the pages of a history book. Yes, time has marched on, but it seems the essence of Mongolia has remained the same. Life here means moving through a fierce kind of beauty, in harmony with other animals of the earth. It is a wonder, and a delight, to your wild, nomad heart.