The Orkhon valley national park encompasses 121.967 hectares, grassland along the historic Orkhon river and locating 350km southwest of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It also includes numerous archaeological remains dating back to prehistoric and bronze ages and early historic times was settled successively by the Huns, Turkic people, the Uigurs, the Kidans and finally the Mongols. The Buddhist Tovkhon and Erden Zuu hermitage monasteries where the setting for the development of Mongolia form of Buddhism and famous Kara Korum, the 13th century capital of Genghis Khan’s vast empire was settled up in the Orkhon valley, most importantly, with Genghis Khan. He ruled the largest empire in history during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. His influence extended westward to Europe, through china, and onto the indian subcontinent. Despite the extent of the empire, and the power wielded at its height, little remains in the twenty first century that speaks to its enormous impact upon the lands of the world in its day. UNESCO designated Orkhon Valley cultural landscape a World heritage site in 2004, noting its nomadic pastoral traditions spanning more than two millennia and its role as the capital region of one of the largest and most powerful empires in history. Orkhon valley is home to wilderness, scenery and wandering nomads with thousands of herds dotted with yaks, horses and sheep. We organize the adventure horse trekking and incredible adventures to Orkhon valley national park.