• camel track tour

Gobi and Hot Spring Tour ( 9day/8nights )

What to expect
Meet Nomadic Herders Of course, the highlight of our trip is meeting the nomads and their friendly livestocks. Staying with them is a priceless opportunity to experience their way of life while it’s still around. Discovering wild nature all along the way Mongolia is perhaps best known for its steppes, or endless expanses of grasslands. These prairie regions are characterized by their lack of trees. Be Awed By An Ancient Capital, and The Land of Dinosaurs The tour will take you through some of Mongolia’s pre-history, with visits to historic spots as the Bayanzag /flaming cliffs/ found Dinosaur fossils. Ride A Horse Through Grand Yol Valley We’ve partnered with local herders for access to authentic local experiences, including nomadic home-stays and horse-riding through the Yol Valley, which is a blaze of colour in the spring and autumn months. Ride A Camel in their homeland, Gobi Desert Enjoy a ride on the good-natured and sure footed Bactrian camels as you traverse across the amazingly beautiful Gobi Desert.

Service included

  • Shared accommodation at Ger camp
  • Private English speaking guide and driver
  • All meals as listed
  • All entrance fee
  • Horse/Camel ride
  • Mongolian barbecue
  • Letter of Invitation
  • All transfers and transportation
  • Bottled drinking water p.p

Service not included

  • Personal expenses
  • Optional activities
  • Camera fee for museum & monastery
  • Travel Insurance
  • Single supplement
  • Tips for your driver and guide
Overview

Mongolia is one of the world’s last unspoilt destinations. It is a land of mystery, of extremes, of immeasurable space, where shamanism is still practised and people hunt with eagles. This is a land as diverse as it is dramatic, from the rugged mountains and dense forests of the north, to the lush grasslands of the central plains and the rolling desert dunes of the south. This is a land where culture, history and landscape are inextricably entwined, where nomadic herders still roam the vast steppe as they have since the time of Genghis Khan, and where the hospitality of its people is as boundless as its terrain.                                                                                                                                                                               Specially Mongolian Gobi Desert, the habitat of the rarest animals and a unique natural landscape. The area is often imagined as a lifeless desert like in many other parts of the world. In reality, most part of the Gobi Desert is a land of steppes, sands, mountains, rich with wildlife and also, it is a home of two humped camels. The Mongolian Gobi Desert is the largest dinosaur fossil reservoir in the world. The region is especially important as regards dinosaur fossils from the late Cretaceous period, which is the last of main three periods of the dinosaur age, representing the final phase of dinosaur evolution. 

Itinerary
Day-1.Tsagaan suvraga – White stupa (White cliff)
Early morning we will start drive to White Stupa which is located in Ulziit Soum, MIddle Gobi. The name TsagaanSuvarga (White Stupa) is given by local people to the impressive and legendary cliff which is eroded by natural phenomen on. Having 10 million years history, the cliff indicates different times by its colored layers. TsagaanSuvarga is interesting to see the sheer slope, facing east, which from a distance seems to be the ruins of the ancient city. Enjoy hiking around colorful Stupa, feeling like meditation in there. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 450 km, 4-5 hours drive on paved road)
Day-2.Yol valley – Three Beauty of Gobi National Park
After breakfast we will start drive to the “Gobi Three Beauties” National Park and will hike to the narrow ice canyon. It is called Yoliin am (Volture’smounth) by the locals is one of the main attractions in the Gobi for its stunning vistas. This area is a home to endangered snow-leopards and Lammergeyers(Bearded Vulture) where “eternal ice” usually remains throughout summer. There you guys might see some wild animals. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 190 km, 3-4 hours drive on dirt and paved road)
Day-3.Khongor sand dune
After breakfast we will drive to Khongoriin Els which is called the “Singing Dune” for the sound of the wind howling through the dunes. Its over 180 km long, 3-5 km wide, lowest point 10m high, highest point is 200-300 m high from the earth. Its around 1530-1600 meter a.s.l. This is one of the largest and most spectacular sand dunes and a cold water spring with a river that leads to two small ponds.And we will do camel riding to the Khongor River. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 130 km, 2-3 hours drive on paved and dirt road)
Day-4.Be Awed by Bayanzag-Flaming Cliff, The Land of Dinosaurs
Today we will drive to the homeland of Dinosour Fossils to explore it. This is Neolithic site where the large dinosaurs' skeletons on show in Ulaanbaatar Natural History Museum were found. In the west, it is better known as the Flaming Cliffs so named explorer Roy Chapman Andrews. He also discovered petrified forests remain of mammals and in particular the skeleton of hornless rhinoceros, the largest known mammal in the world. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 170 km, 2-3 hours drive on dirt road)
Day-5.Experiencing Nomadic culture and tradition, and Visit to the Ongi Monastery
It is located in Saihan-Ovoo Soum of Dundgovi province. One of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia, Ongi, was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temple complexes on the North and South banks of the river Ongi. At its heyday, Ongi monastery consisted of over 30 temples, 4 big Buddhism universities and over 1000 monks at a time. During 1930s, communism spread throughout Mongolia. Both complexes of Ongi Monastery were completely destroyed in 1939 during anti-religious purges, over 200 monks were killed, and many surviving monks were imprisoned or forced to conscript into the Communist controlled army. Other monks escaped becoming farmers and common workers. In 1990, after the democratization in Mongolia, some monks returned to the monastery and began their Buddhist education as young children some 60 year prior. At present, one temple has been fully rebuilt, small museums and ruins of the temples. Overnight in nomadic herder's house ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 170 km, 2-3 hours drive on dirt road)
Day-6.Orkhon Waterfall
We will visit to Uurt gorge, Orkhon river, and the Red waterfall in Orkhon valley. The red waterfall is situated in historically significant Orkhon valley, whose river flows an incredible 1120 km to the north before it joins the Selenge river. Also called Ulaantsutgalan, the waterfall was formed by unique combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes about 20000 years ago. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 300 km, 5-6 hours drive on dirt road)
Day-7.Tsenher hot spring
After breakfast we will drive to the Tsenher Hot Spring. The SPA is +86C hot. Here you will have opportunities to have bath in the healing spa. The spring consists of elements such as sulphur and calcium.Relax in the hot spa. Overnight in tourist camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 130 km, 2-3 hours drive on dirt road)
Day-8.Ancient capital Kharkhorin and Erdenezuu Monastery
Early morning we will start drive to Kharkhorin ancient capital city and will visit to the ErdeneZuu Monastery. It’s aancient capital city called kharkhorin where developed Kharakhorum capital of Great Mongolian Empire in 13th century. Explore ErdeneZuu Monastery Musuem. It is a biggest Buddhist center in medieval ages and it was closed and badly damaged in 1930s. Visit to some other sightseeing. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Overnight in (Distance 119 km, 2-3 hours drive on paved and dirt road)
Day-9.Back to Ulaanbaatar-Celebrate The End Of An Adventure
Today we will head to UB city. We will have a lunch on the way Overnight in ( B L )
Overnight in (Distance 320 km, 4-6 hours drive on paved road)
Pax based price
Pax 1 -------- 1440$
Pax 2 -------- 891$
Pax 3 ------- 729$
Pax 4 ------ 639$

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PAX BASED PRICE

Pax 1
per person

USD 1440

Pax 2
per person

USD 891

Pax 3
per person

USD 729

Pax 4
per person

USD 639

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