Mongolian Spiritual & Shamanic Healing Tour

This Special-Spiritual and Shamanic Healing Tour firstly has designed by Nomadic Trails in order to help Rupert Isaacson’s autistic son Rowan in year of 2007. After this successful trip Rupert Isaacson has written his best selling book and released a popular movie called The Horseboy.

We organize rather smaller group, up to 8 people (normally 6 people) to North Mongolia where there is beautiful scene and strong shamans to cheer up your wind horse (equal to soul)! 

 

Spiritual tour MapSpiritual & Shamanic Healing Tour 2017

So, journey from healer to healer, shaman to shaman, across the wide Steppe, and up into the forests of Siberia. There are possibilities of travelling on this tour either going to north or doing it easier to central part of Mongolia. North Mongolia will be opening the door  with very different edge of the world with rein deer herders who are so connected to the nature.

Experience this alternative spiritual holiday to the soul of Mongolia’s culture, visit the Main Temples and explore the nuances of beliefs at shamanic ritual… Remarkable journey through untamed landscape of Mongolia,  the unexpected, beauty, and extra ordinary advances.

How it all started?

This special trip has designed for autistic family who wanted to heal their 5 year old son called Rowan in 2007.  After exchanging so many e-mails, we started to realize what they wanted to achieve. But it wasn’t good enough until we meet the autistic boy in Mongolia very first time. It was more than difficult. Because we never seen  autistic person before!

Tulga’s son Tomoo had joined the trip made it so positive. The boys were 5 and 6 years only.

tomoo-rowan-rupert-5-years-agoWhat happened in the trip to healing their son?

We traveled shaman to shaman  and healer to healer. Endless thought of curing their son was unstoppable. It was like miracles! After shaman healing, visiting beautiful country, riding horses and etc… Son was started to talk more with crew and parents, smiling, giggling and playing – just like parents wished. Proper toilet training was achieved so successful after tried hard!

Is this trip for only Autistic people?

No. It was for Autistic people only to start with and picked up people who wish to fix some of their spiritual problems come to us repeatedly since 2007. So, this spiritual trip for anyone who wish to cheer-up their wind horse (equal to soul), fixing mind power, cleaning or cheer it up plus recharging their energy in Mongolia

When to go Reindeer Herders Place

Depending on weather in Mongolia, summer period ; June to September is good. Please advice with Mr. Tulga who is expert on this trip on tulga@nomadictrails.com. Avoiding tourism peak season is good option which are in June and August I would say.

Reindeer Herders place -Taiga

Reindeer Herders place -Taiga

Where does this trip take in Mongolia?

This tour starts in Ulaanbaatar city and head to north Mongolia covering Tov, Bulgan Khuvsgul provinces and not a small distance you will cover, about 2500 km/ 1500 mile. Airplane ride helps to cover some distances so well.

Amazing-Taiga
Is it dangerous to travel to Mongolia?

Basically, anywhere you travel there is risks and hazards. Avoiding hazards with your local tour leader reduces the any risks to much more low level. According to statistic Mongolia was chosen one of the safety destinations in the world. Even we have impressive statistics, please follow your local travel agency advice.

I can’t ride what can I do or how many hours to ride a horse?

Some people who never ridden before took this trip and ended up so happy with their riding experiences.  It is all about using your basic instinct and follow the instructions of your tour leader. It makes everyone’s life much easier and you will start enjoying the horse ride.

Horse riding hours depend on which month of the year you are coming to visit the region, basically in between 3-8 hour is norm. Of course there are breaks and lunches during your ride. Horses we use, quite and calm used or experienced horses and our guides, cooks and horse guides are all experienced and trained well.

It would be good to read horse riding tips: http://www.nomadictrails.com/mongolia-travel-blog/

Here is the movie of Horse Riding to Taiga, North Mongolia;

How long the trips are?

This trip is basically for 2 weeks, if you wish to extend it with Gobi or western Mongolia is still open! There are some distances needed to cover by jeeps and small amount by horses.

Taiga- Reindeer herders Place

Taiga- Reindeer herders Place

Where do we sleep during the trip

This trip basically designed to use tented camping mainly. 2 man tents and single tents are available. Tented camping based on those sleeping, cooking and restaurant, toilet plus shower tents.  If we needed we will put up luggage tents too. After taking a shower you will feel great in the nature! Nothing compares with this feeling 🙂

Adding to this we planned to stay in Ger (Nomadic style of dwelling with stove to heat the ger, makes it cozy and comfortable).  One night in a Hut styled cottage is another comfy. Staying in the Tee-pee will be one of the top experiences of all too. You wake up with reindeer in the morning! They can come into your tee-pee, nice!

Bringing your own sleeping bag will be good Idea! Ask your tour leader list of equipment they can provide.

Tent-sleeping in TaigaMutton noodles? I am vegetarian will I ever survive in Mongolia?

Mongolian food- Mutton and noodles- this gone so far away now. Ulaanbaatar city has extended it’s territory and it’s food source too. Bigger the town or city more choice you will see. Good news is vegetarian and Vegans survive these days in Mongolia!

Beside mutton, beef, chicken, pork and fish can be found in Mongolia.  All those ingredients will make your journey more tasty and delicious. Bon Appetite!

Dinner in Taiga-rein deer herders place

 

Book your “Spiritual Tour” with Tulga, tour leader

Tulga Mongolian Tour Leader

Bayangol District, 6r khoroo, Aminii Oron suuts 11 7B
Ulaanbaatar 44 P.O. Box 793 Mongolia
Mobile: +976 9904 0894

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Available dates are:

* 9-23 June 2017 (Full now)

*14-28 July 2017 (maximum of 6 people in group- still open)

*10-24 August 2017  (maximum of 6 people in group- still open)

*01-14 August 2017  (maximum of 6 people in group- still open) new added trip with different Tour Guide than Tulga

 

or if you have any specific dates to require please ask us.

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Nomadic Trails: Best tour company in Mongolia I say

I have just returned from the trip of a lifetime in Mongolia. It was my third visit (first with top notch tour company, second independent with guide/driver – budget version) and it was my best. Mainly due to the tour company – Nomadic Trails (www.nomadictrails.com). Cannot recommend them enough – professional – with the perfect mix of adventure and comfort. They will take you out to off-beaten (even in Mongolian terms) places but with brilliant support staff (yes, we even got a shower tent most nights – which is total luxury!). I did the Northern Mongolian horseriding trip which includes visiting reindeer herders (spending a night in a tee-pee lent by a lovely lady was a highlight). I’m sure they aren’t the cheapest but they are certainly the best (I’ve done cheap – and let me tell you – having a guide fluent in English, great food, equipment, horses staff etc is worth the extra). So if you are looking for a great company go here – five stars plus  Maybe I’ll see you – as I’ll be returning with them next year

Fiona, 

melbourne-cover-picMelbourne the photographer,

We are now  more or less been back to our normal life.
Thanks again for arranging a memorable
tour in your beautiful country.
We will be back for more!

 

More…

 

 

amanda-with-horseIt took me 2 weeks to physically recover from our trip, the memories will stay for ever.

Thank you so much for looking after us and showing us your amazing country, thank you for always doing it with a smile and bringing much laughter. 

 

 

It was a very special trip that will have always have it’s own place in my memory and my heart.

 

Amanda Kenny

michealThanks for everything!

Wonderful experience!

See you in next year

 

 

 

Michael Hudson

mountain-lakes-and-shaman11The recce to Mongolia was an unforgettable experience.

The vast open Steppe, the friendly local people, the history, the horse race, the tiny, tough ponies and the food – especially the authentic fare we were able to sample like goat, curd cakes and airac!

An ideal trip for those wanting their first taste of a horse trekking adventure.

Didi Goodenough

nicoletteMongolia is for those who really want to get away from it all rather than just talking about it…..we covered mile upon mile of the most stunning wilderness scenery, with strictly no mobile phone or email reception to interrupt the reverie for the best part of two weeks.

Bliss. We hardly stuck to the itinerary, but it didn’t matter one jot in a place like Mongolia.

The highlights? Camping at some or other place, the land underfoot was carpetted with edelweiss, with a stunning sunset, campfire….and a

bush shower!!!

The perfect night in Mongolia.

Nicolette Krajewski

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Tulga Mongolian Tour LeaderBayangol District, 6r khoroo, Aminii Oron suuts 11 7B
Ulaanbaatar 44 P.O. Box 793 Mongolia
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