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10 Days Jivamukti Yoga Retreat in Mongolia
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Ulaan Bator, Khan Khentii

A Yoga Adventure in Mongolia

Join Emma Henry in Mongolia for a Jivamukti yoga retreat in one of the most remote places on earth. Take the Trans Mongolian night train to the expansive Gobi desert with its huge skies, powerful sunsets and friendly camels. Travel onto your second luxury yurt camp on the Upper Tuul River which meanders gently through the vast meadows of wildflowers and surrounded by lush forested hills.

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  • Daily Jivamukti yoga sessions
  • Digital detox in a remote and peaceful location
  • Optional horse riding through lush forests and rafting on the Tuul river
  • Transportation to and from the camp by train, jeep, and Russian bus
  • 1 night train on the Trans Mongolian Railways
  • Daily vegan meals, herbal teas, and water
  • 1 night in a four-star hotel in Ulaan Bator
  • 7 nights accommodation in luxury camps

Skill level

  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Yoga styles

7 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 20 participants
Airport transfer included: Chinggis Khaan International Airport
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You will spend your arrival day in a four-star hotel in Ulaan Bator and then sleep in 2 person cabins on the night train into the Gobi. In the camps, you will be staying at a luxury Mongolian ger (or yurt) camp. The camp is expertly run by a Mongolian team and your Reclaim Your Self hosts. The gers have wooden floors, wood burners and are beautifully decorated in traditional nomadic style with handcrafted furnishings.

There are two yurts for showers, and Reclaim Your Self makes sure everyone can get hot water for daily showering. The water is collected from a nearby spring or river, carried by camel or yak cart, heated on a fire, and placed in an overhead bucket. The eco-toilets are a short walk from the camp. The retreat ends with a night in a four-star hotel in Ulaan Bator.


You will arrive into Ulan Bator and stay one day in the city before heading into the Gobi that night on the Trans Mongolia night train. Journey time is 6 hours on the train and 1.5 hours by a dirt road into the camp. Mongolia is a huge country and journey times are long. Your time traveling between locations is very much part of the experience.

You will have 3 days in the Gobi. Emma Henry will teach daily yoga classes. Each Jivamukti class offers a dynamic asana practice that is infused with inspiring teachings derived from the ancient yogic texts. Classes will include chanting, breath awareness, flowing Vinyasa sequences, alignment exploration, hands-on assistance, relaxation, and meditation.

One morning, you will have a sunrise hike into the desert with local herdsmen to enjoy the silence and explore the mind-blowing landscape. An afternoon and evening exploring an ancient Buddhist site deeper in the desert, watching the sunset from high rocks and a campfire dinner add an extra adventure to your Gobi experience.

Then we head in a fleet of land cruisers to your second camp for four full days in lush green wilderness. Journey time is around eight hours. Along with daily yoga, you can go hiking, kayaking and riding with a local guide to explore the spectacular landscape and stunning views. You will then head back to Ulan Bator for one night in a 4-star hotel before flying home.


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Retreat location

This yoga retreat takes place in two very different locations in Mongolia. The Gobi location is magical and other worldly, an expansive desert with huge skies, powerful sunsets and friendly camels. The Khan Kentii camp is located in the interior parts of Gorkhi Terelj National Park, which is a wilderness reaching all the way to the Russian and Siberian border.

The camp is on the upper Tuul River that meanders gently through the vast meadows of wildflowers and through the lush forested hills. Khan Kenti is silent and peaceful, and time seems to stand still in this remote place, making it perfect to practice yoga, meditate, and reflect.

This Yoga Retreat is vegetarian-friendly

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All meals, plenty of herbal teas, and safe drinking water are included in the price of the retreat. You will be served nourishing and healthy vegan meals that will be created by Bettina Campolucci-Bordi and her brilliant Mongolia chef team. You can expect tasty vegan meals, designed to support your yoga practice, that are gluten and sugar-free. Please note that this retreat is alcohol-free, and Reclaim Your Self encourages you to minimize caffeine on this retreat.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Along with daily yoga, you can go hiking and riding with a local guide to explore the spectacular landscape and stunning views. You can also spend a few hours rafting or kayaking down the serene river near your camp with a local guide. A great way to take in the scenery and enjoy the peace of life on the river. You can also book massages and try the riverside sauna.

Horse riding

Mongolia is probably the most “horsey” country in the world. Riding in Mongolia is much more than just the ride, it is an encounter with an equestrian people and at the core of the Mongolian experience. Almost half of the population still tends their livestock on horseback as nomadic pastoralists. The Mongolian horse training techniques still used today are a living cultural heritage - unchanged since the time of the Huns and Genghis Khan.

Experienced riders will be in their element here as exploring on horseback in the company of a local herder is a truly wonderful way to enjoy the landscape. If you have not ridden before, Mongolia is not the place to start as the horses are semi-wild.

If you are really keen to ride and are not experienced please take some lessons before you come. As horse riding can be a risky activity, you’ll be asked to sign a disclaimer before you ride and our herder will decide if you are competent enough to ride his horses out of the camp and into the wilderness.

Horse riding treks have a cost of 10 USD per one hour and a half including the services of a local herdsman as a guide.

Local activities

You may try rafting at an additional cost of 15 USD for three hours.


Glamping can be tiring so you will have your own massage therapist offering you deep tissue massages. 70 GBP per hour.


Reclaim Your Self has a yurt sauna set up right next to the river. This is an experience not to be missed and it is highly recommended to relieve jet leg, aching muscles, and general tiredness. Once you have heated your body nicely, you can run outside and jump into the river to cool down. A top Mongolia revitalizing experience with no time limit. One session for 10 GBP.

What's included

  • 1 night on the Trans Mongolian Railway into the Gobi
  • 1 day room (pre departure) in a four-star hotel in Ulaan Bator
  • 3 nights luxury glamping accommodation in the Gobi camp
  • 4 nights luxury glamping in the Khan Kentii wilderness camp
  • All vegan meals, herbal teas and water at the camps
  • All yoga and meditation classes
  • A sunrise hike in the Gobi and Khan Kentii camps with local herdsmen
  • A desert camp excursion with meditation and campfire dinner
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Return transfers to the camps from Ulaan Bator

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Lunches and dinner in Ulaan Bator
  • Local activities, like horse riding, camel treks, sauna, hiking, kayaking, rafting
  • Visas, if needed
  • Massages

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN) at 6.00am on 18 August 2020. Reclaim Your Self will pick you up from the airport. The pick-up is included in the price if you arrive on the recommended flight. If not the transfer is 50 USD.

Airport: Chinggis Khaan International Airport Airport transfer included: Chinggis Khaan International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.
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