Exploration beyond boundaries. Adventure beyond measure. Come ride with us.
Welcoming families. Traditional culture. Epic History. Untamed adventure. Stunning scenery. Comfortable Saddles. Wild open steppe. Last surviving horse culture on the planet. Wild Przwalski horses. Unspoiled nature. True Nomadic culture. Stunning festivals. Mongolia has it all - and we can take you to it ...on horseback.
20% of the tariff from your ride goes to support The Children of the Peak Sanctuary, a kindergarten for 150 children who survive by scavenging at the gargabe dump in Mongolia and the Soaring Crane Summer Camp for their older siblings. See below for details on how you can volunteer at Soaring Crane Summer Camp and help even more!
Shot of the Week!
The valiant team of Gobi Gallop riders taking on the desert to raise money for Veloo Foundation's Children of the Peak Sanctuary Project. Each year we ride in excess of 700 kms in 10 days to help the children and we are proud to say that this year our Gobi Gallop and Gobi Gallop Gala raised in excess of $82,000 for charity and provided income and support for almost 70 Mongolian nomadic herders, support staff and artisans.
Applications now being accepted for the 2020 Gobi Gallop
Logue Williams, Ryan Kertanis, Julie Veloo, Kate Harkess, Michele Thornton, Anita Selva, Emma Bailey, Sue Smith, Morganne Price.
Rounding out the field were our great guides Sumbee, Khlavga and Head Guide Baagii followed by Martin Ruppert & the rest of the riders.
Stunning scenery, unending vistas, wild horses, great new friendships...
Your voyage of personal discovery awaits as you explore the storied Mongolian steppe
Trekking with Baagii and his excellent guides means becoming one of the family and getting the chance to drop in on friends in the neighborhood, ride the mountainsides known to his family for generations, and live the history of this fascinating culture.
Gaze out at the unending vistas from the doorway of your tent or ger, thunder across the wild plains of Genghis Khan, reach back into time and live the silk road all the while soaking up the peaceful energy of one of the last remaining horse cultures in the world.