Cycling holidays in Mongolia
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Mongolia cycling & mountain biking holidays

Mongolia cycling & mountain biking holidays

Experience nomadic culture and cycle the wilds of Mongolia!
From US $2,895 15 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 10 Jun, 22 Jul, 10 Aug
Mongolia cycling holiday

Mongolia cycling holiday

The mountains & steppes home to Genghis Khan
From £2,769 to £3,129 16 days inc UK flights
Small group travel: 2017: 10 Jun, 1 Jul, 5 Aug, 2 Sep
2018: 9 Jun, 30 Jun, 4 Aug, 1 Sep
Mongolia mountain biking holiday

Mongolia mountain biking holiday

Pedal through the Khangai Mountain range
From US $3,150 to US $3,400 13 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 28 May, 10 Jul, 30 Jul
2018: 27 May, 29 Jul
Mongolia mountain biking tours

Mongolia mountain biking tours

Exciting cycling in the mountains of Northern Mongolia
From US $1,895 9 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 1 Jun
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    I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
    Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
    Very enjoyable
    It was OK
    A bit disappointing really
    Mongolia cycling & mountain biking holidays
    US $2,895
    excluding flights
    Hiding out from the rain in a local families nice warm ger being given homemade yaks cheese and yak yoghurt vodka was the most memorable part. (more)Rebecca Drinkwater
    Great terrain for mountain biking as there is no traffic apart from the odd inquisitive yak on the path. A total contrast to central London. (more)Andrea McNeill
    Mongolia cycling holiday
    including UK flights
    Memorable parts? Two things: Seeing the Naadam festival. The friendliness and competence of the local staff - two drivers and two cooks. They will remain in my affections forever. Tips? Take a lavalava. It makes an emergency tent when the hot sun is beating down on your head, it can be a towel, a bathrobe, a shoulder covering for temples, a modesty screen when having a public pee stop. Never travel without your lavalava. Local benefits? I couldn't say. I sought out a fair... (more)Monica Holland
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