Arrival in Ulaanbaatar accommodation in Camping (Tenda / Ger) where the motorcycles are located, and visit of the city with lunch and dinner.
Day 2 / Sand dune, Kharkhorin
Starting from Ulaanbaatar we will arrive at the beginning of the gobi desert, it will be possible to make excursions with the camel on the sand dunes. We would stay overnight in ger and in the morning we would leave for Kharkhorin.
Day 3 / Sand dune, Kharkhorin
We move westwards stopping on the sand dunes of Mongol Els and then reach Kharkhorin, the ancient Mongolian capital and ErdeneZuuKhiid, the first Buddhist monastery built in Mongolia 420 years ago surrounded by 108 magnificent stupas, which once it included almost 100 temples, 300 ger and almost 1,000 monks.
Dinner and overnight in a ger camp.
Day 4 / Lake Ugii
We arrive at Lake Ugii, presents a large variety of birds. On the western shore there are the ruins of the CiliinKhiid monastery built in the seventeenth century. While at the south of the lake there are the big stems Bileg khan. Water temperature in summer and sufficiently hot to allow bathing and even fishing.
Day 5 / Khustai National Park
The Khustai National Park is the right place to visit if you want to relax and admire the natural habitat of Mongolia, the famous takhi wild horses but also marmots, deer, eagles and other birds. We will visit the park and stay at the nomads in the ger.
Day 6 / Ulaanbaatar
Arrival at the campsite, return of the motorbike, and visit to the natural history museum and the Buddhist monastery.
Day 7 / Ulaanbaatar
Accompaniment to the airport for the return departure.
Transport to / from the airport
Breakfast lunch dinner,
Overnights in hotels and tourist campsites and where it is not possible in tents or ger
One sleeping bag per person
A 150-125 cc motorcycle per person
Fuel for motorcycles
Visit to museums, parks and monastery.
The group is assigned a doctor and a guide who is an Italian-Mongolian interpreter.
The group is followed by two off-road / pick-up machines.
With less than thirty living individuals, the Gobi bear, also known as Mazaalai, is on the brink of extinction.The population fluctuates each year due to the harsh climate and shortage of food and water.