If you looking for great opportunity to horse trekking, explore amazing nature and experience of nomadic lifestyle, this is for you!!! We created for adventurer of horse. View the Mongolian countryside from the perspective of a nomad, traveling primarily on horseback “Khuisiin Naiman nuur Nature Reserve. Mongolian culture and hundreds of years of Mongolian history are tightly connected with the horse and modern Mongolia is one of the last real horse cultures left in the world. Mongolian domestic horses are smaller than European horses and ponies by European standards (less than 1.5 shoulder heights) but these animals are really tough. They have more energy for work and can carry heavy loads for long periods. Mongolian horses have great stamina, although they can gallop for 10 km without break.
Mongolia is a herding society, traditional Mongolian diet is based on food that can be obtained from the five domestic animals-cows, sheep, goats, horses and camels. The Mongolian diet includes a large proportion of animal fat which is necessary for the Mongols to withstand the cold winters and their hard work. Mongolia food is seasonal. In the summer months, when animal provide milk, dairy products and dried meat (borts) become staple food. The Mongolia diets also include many forms of dairy products. Staple dairy products are yogurt (tarag), cheese (bayaslag), dried curds (aaruul), cream (zuukhii), butter (urum) and various form of butterfat
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