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Treat your employees to the trip of a lifetime.
Whether you want to reward your staff or looking for bringing some chemistry within the organization, you are in the right place. Here is why. It is said that only wide-open spaces do we’ve true vision. Use Mongolia’s vast landscape, adventures, and discoveries to take a break from ringing cell phones, reconnect to what matters most, and find a new perspective on your shared journey. Since we spend a big chunk of our lifetime in the workplace, making it valuable and memorable as possible is crucial.
Wideness, Wilderness, Variety of landscapes…
Humblenss, Hospitality, of locals…
Check them out!
“Welcome to the world of nomads! From the airport, you will be transported to the 13th century.
What are Mongolians best known for? The Mongol Empire, the 13th century, and Chingis Khan…
Your journey in Mongolia will begin at the ‘Chingisiin Khuree Camp’—the ‘Residence of Great Chinggis Khan.’ This place is designed with a 12th-century theme and created to reflect the Middle Ages from a historical and cultural perspective. Sleep in Palace gers (yurts) that have a similar fashion to those of Chinggis Khan and his tribe leaders. Wear clothes similar to those worn by Chingis Khan’s soldiers and queens. Breathe the air they used to breathe… Go back in time. Take a break from today.”
“Continue your trip to a place with a unique ecosystem and best-kept secrets: the MONGOLIAN GOBI.
You will take a flight from Ulaanbaatar to Dalanzadgad city, which is the capital of Umnugobi province. After lunch, visit the great natural formation in the Gobi, Yol Valley! The valley is a lush landscape best known as a prime habitat for Yol vultures (lammergeiers). This valley’s green grassland and lukewarm temperature offer a stark contrast to the surrounding steppe and desert-like atmosphere. Even the ice formed during the winter does not melt until late June. It’s like someone placed a green valley, high mountain, and ice formation in the middle of the desert.
Check it out with people you like and engage in some team-building activities in the evening.”
“It snows in the desert!
Yes, that’s what happens in the Mongolian Gobi Desert.
The Khongor Sand Dunes are the largest and most spectacular sand dunes, situated in Sevrei soum. Also known as the ‘singing dunes,’ they reach heights of up to 800 m, are 20 km wide, and stretch about 100 km in length. These spectacular dunes are bordered by lush green vegetation and a small river named ‘Khongor.’ Enjoy activities like camel riding, hiking to the sand dunes, listening to the singing dunes, and watching a movie outdoors in the evening. Spend one more remarkable day in the Gobi.”
“People who have visited the Flaming Cliffs (Bayan Zag) say that this place gives them a feeling of being in a different world from Earth. Perhaps the complete silence, the orange glow of its rocks at dawn and dusk, and the air of mystery make it feel distinctly different from what they normally experience. ‘Flaming Cliffs’ are sometimes called the ‘Home of Dinosaurs’ due to their rich findings of fossilized dinosaur eggs. Roy Chapman Andrews, the real-life Indiana Jones, led an expedition that discovered the world’s first dinosaur eggs at the Gobi’s Flaming Cliffs.
From here, the stars and the moon look quite different, even to the naked eye. The moon appears large and red. The elusive Milky Way Galaxy is one of the most interesting naked-eye sights in the night sky. Use a telescope to bring the stars closer to you. Also, don’t miss a Gobi sunset and sunrise; the view will leave an indelible impression on your heart.”
“Thirty percent of Mongolians are still nomads, meaning they are living a lifestyle that has been alive for thousands of years.” Keeping it for 1000s of years…
Take the opportunity to visit Mongolian local nomadic families who have preserved their way of life as it was in the 13th century. You are welcome to play traditional games, try homemade cuisine, and ask any questions that come to mind. Afterward, we will fly back to Ulaanbaatar. Upon reaching Ulaanbaatar, you’ll be taken to a completely different atmosphere—Green valley, a big river, and high rock formations in Gorkhi-Terelj National Park.”
“In the morning, hike to the Buddhist monastery located on the mountain. It was once used as a meditation center due to its spiritual energy. From this high-altitude area, enjoy the panoramic view of the stunning national park.
After enjoying the beauty of nature, visit the Mongolian Kazakh nomads’ home, best known as ‘eagle hunters.’
Your journey continues to the gigantic steel statue of Chingis Khan. Reach the horse head area through its chest, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area, the Tuul River Valley, and the Khan Khentii Mountains, the birthplace of the Khan.
In the evening, drive back to Ulaanbaatar city and enjoy a farewell dinner at a fine local restaurant.”