We travel by horseback deep into a northern Taiga Forest. Mountains and Shamans. Horses and rivers. Mongolia boasts the biggest smiles and one of the most remote experiences on earth. The Mongolian forest called the Taiga, is home to some of the last indigenous tribes on earth - Reindeer Herders, otherwise known as the Duhka or Tsaatan people. This trip is not for the faint of heart, and not for those looking for luxury. We bring you the real Mongolia, rarely seen and never asking our host tribes to travel to meet us. We go in on horses with local guides who know the terrain and know the people. We are invited to live with the Tsaatan. We will cook with them, meet their animals, meet their Shamans, meet their way of life, a life of pure existence and survival. Our trip invites you to explore your photography with photographers published with National Geographic and Fellows of the Royal Geographical Society. With the rare experience of interacting with remote indigenous people, our team brings a compassionate touch and a wealth of technical and ethnographic photography talent to this immersion photo trip. The photography from this trip will culminate in a photo book for sale to benefit the Mongolian ground orgs that have invited us to join them in the field - with proceeds directly benefiting the tribe's schools and sustainable health initiatives. Your photo inclusion will be optional.