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Days
Availability : June to Sep
Ulaanbaatar
Min Age : 2+

Journey to heart of Mongolia… Filled with historical and cultural adventures. Experience the 13th century, traditional shows, nomadic life, horse and camel riding, and city tours and many more. Let Mongolia fill your heart with unforgettable experiences.

Tour Details

Come along on a voyage deep into Mongolia’s essence, where every step is steeped in history and culture. Dive into the 13th century, witness traditional performances, immerse yourself in nomadic life, and ride horses and camels through breathtaking landscapes. Explore the vibrant cities as Mongolia weaves its magic, leaving you with memories that will last a lifetime

  • Accommodation
  • Max number of people per group
  • Nomadic homestay
  • 8 people

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Price includes

  • Private English speaking Guide & Driver
  • All transfers and transfortation
  • Accommodation
  • All entrance fees to national parks
  • Bottled water (Unlimited)
  • Petrol and fuel
  • Visa Support Invitation letter
  • All meals

Price excludes

  • Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, camera
  • Tips for driver and guide (discretionary)
  • Travel insurance
Itinerary

Day 1WELCOME TO MONGOLIA

Start your trip with Ulaanbaatar adventure by diving into its rich culture. This is where half of the population lives, but occupies 0.3 percent of the landscape. In Ulaanbaatar, the blend of ancient traditions and a 21st-century democracy is striking. Traditional gers and Buddhist monasteries coexist harmoniously with modern highrises, creating a unique and captivating contrast.

Begin your journey with a visit to Gandan Monastery, biggest buddist complex in Mongolia, home to the impressive Golden Buddha Statue. As you explore its halls, soak in the spiritual ambiance.

Next, head to Chingis Square, previously named as a Sukhbaatar square- revolutionary Damdiny Sukhbaatar. The very heart of the city, further the heart of our country. The square is surrounded by government palace, opera theatre, biggest business district, biggest cashmere store, even the Buddist temple survived in the middle of modesty. Marvel at the significance of this lively area, where past and present meets.

Continue your journey at the Natural History Museum. Let your imagination run wild as you uncover the mysteries of prehistoric times through fascinating fossilized remains.

As the day wraps up, conclude your experience with a delightful dinner at a local restaurant, where the flavors of Mongolia will leave your taste buds yearning for more.

Day 2 13th Century complex- Go back in time!

Go back in time!

 In the morning, you will be taken to 13th century complex which features six camps and tribes of the Mongol empire (when Mongolians were most powerful). This is the only place where you can experience the ancient micro kingdom of the 13th century. The camps include relay station camp, craftsman’s camp, educational camp, herder’s camp, shaman’s camp and kings palace.

Immerse yourself in the lifestyle, art, and crafts of that era and try on Queen and King clothes.

Try by yourself the ancient art of archery, practicing techniques from the 13th century for an authentic experience.

After lunch, conclude your journey with a visit to a real Kazakh nomad family and eagle hunters, creating lasting memories and a deeper connection to local culture and gaining insights into their way of life. Witness the unique bond between hunters and eagles.

In the evening, go back to Ulaanbaatar for a rest.

This adventure seamlessly blends history, culture, and hands-on activities, offering an unforgettable experience that transports you to the heart of the 13th-century Mongol Empire.

Day 3Into the wild

Into the wild!

Start your day by heading up to Elsen tasarkhai an expansive sand dune stretching over 80 km, located 200 km from Ulaanbaatar. Experience the diversity of nature at Elsen Tasarkhai, often referred to as Mini Gobi, where sand dunes, high mountain hills, rivers, and grassland converge in one place. Continue your day with camel riding on the soft, golden sands of the dunes, creating unforgettable moments in the heart of the Mini Gobi. Indulge in further exploration with a leisurely hike amidst the sand dunes, a stroll through the lush green grass, or playful moments by the river.

Take the opportunity to explore the nomadic lifestyle by visiting an authentic Halh nomad family, where you can try the famous Mongolian alcoholic drink, fermented milk (airag). As the evening unfolds, gather around for a traditional Mongolian barbecue, known as horhog, savoring authentic flavors in the midst of nature.

Spend your first evening in an untamed beauty of Mongolian wilderness.

Day 4To the Old Capital

To the next adventure!

Head up to Kharkhorin city, surrounded by breathtaking vistas of the Mongolian steppes. Notably, Kharkhorin is situated in the Orkhon Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Additionally, it served as the capital of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century, marking the zenith of the largest empire in world history.

Explore the symbolic ruins of the ancient capital, including The Rock Turtle, and have a panoramic view of the city from KHaadiin had hill situated in World Heritage site- Orkhon Valley. E Continue your cultural exploration with a visit to the ancient Erdenezuu Monastery, delving into the rich history embedded in its walls.

As the evening arrives, sit around the campfire. Engage in the joy of national dances, songs, and music, immersing yourself in Mongolia’s lively spirit in a truly entertaining way. Learn to dance the Mongolian way, have warm conversations, and enjoy the company of Mongolians.

Have fun in Mongolian way!

Day 5Mongol Nomadic Village

Begin a day filled with excitement and cultural experiences!

Following a leisurely morning, find yourself at the Mongol nomadic camp just in time for lunch, where a ‘Mongolian nomads,’ showcase awaits.

The show which lasts for 2 hours will show you how Mongolians do everything on their own and can be completely self-sufficient. They will show you the lifestyle of Mongolian nomads. 

Before you sleep, you may explore the nomadic camp, which is called a cultural heritage site, to fulfill your curiosity.

Day 6HUSTAI NATIONAL PARK

Keep your eyes open for wild animals!

Begin your journey to Hustai National Park in the morning, where you can find the world’s only truly wild horses (Przewalski horse) and encounter various wildlife protected in this expansive park spanning over 50,000 hectares. Enjoy the sense of wilderness in this protected area, only accessible to wild creatures like red deer, roe deer, marmots, wild boars, wild sheep, gazelles, grey wolves, and red foxes…

After a satisfying lunch, head to Terelj National Park, offering diverse landscapes with higher mountains, a big river, rich rock formations, and vast valleys. Mongolia is unmatched for horse riding, and you can relish this experience in the expansive Mongolian valley.

As the day winds down, indulge in the tranquility of Terelj National Park, renowned for its stunning landscapes and distinct rock formations. 

Day 7 TERELJ NATIONAL PARK

Begin your day by hiking to Ariyabal Monastery, a serene meditation center. Connect with the tranquil energy of this special site through a guided meditation led by a Mongolian monk. On your way to Ulaanbaatar, explore the Tsonjin Boldog complex, home to the world’s largest horse-riding statue of Chingis Khan, and don’t miss the 13th-century museum within and breathtaking views from the horse’s neck (The statue’s) .

After a delightful lunch, enjoy some free time for leisurely activities, like shopping and exploring the local surroundings. In the evening, treat yourself to a captivating traditional performance by the “Tumen Ekh” ensemble. Immerse yourself in Mongolia’s rich cultural tapestry during this engaging experience. The performance, lasting over an hour, showcases key elements of Mongolian art, including long singing, Tsam dance, throat singing, contortion, and musical plays.

Wrap up your day with a farewell dinner, bringing a delightful end to your journey.

 

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