So you want to visit Mongolia? An excellent choice! A good decision! Perhaps you will not return a new human being, but you will certainly get to know a totally different way of life.
You could, of course, go to a travel agency and book your journey there. There maybe a few travel agencies which offer something like that, if you are willing to spend enough money. You would get an impression of the vastness and the beauty of the country. All you would have to do is book; the rest will be taken care of by the travel agency. You will sleep in hotels in Ulaanbaatar or in tourist camps in the country. Most likely, you will travel on a coach, with a bunch of other tourists. Dates might be changed if the minimum number of participants is not reached. Sure, you can make arrangements to encounter the local culture, but you will still be far away, and only rarely will you have the chance to get to know people.
Or you can drive. That's a really good option. But it's also a daring dive into the deep end, and the water in Mongolia is rather cold. You will realize that most of the Mongolians only speak Mongolian. A few speak Russian and even fewer speak English. You will need to communicate with hands and feet. You will definitely have unique experiences, but it is an unpredictable way of getting to know Mongolian life. As unpredictable as the costs of your trip. Mongolians like to haggle, especially with tourists!
But how would you like it, if you could book a flight and simultaneously make contact with people in Mongolia. People who will meet you at the airport and take you to the hotel. People who, after you have spent some days in Ulaanbaatar, will take you to Moron. It is there that you will be able to buy some supplies and get ready for an exciting tour on horseback. You will get to do some Mongolian river fishing. You will stay in a yurt, with a Mongolian family. You will discover the real meaning of the wilderness. And in the end you might even have acquired a few snippets of Mongolian.