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Highlights of Mongolia tour ( 21day/20nights )

What to expect
Meet Tsaatan people /Last True Reindeer Herders/ Of course, the highlight of our trip is meeting the Tsaatan nomads and their friendly reindeer. As one of the few remaining indigenous groups of reindeer herders, the Tsaatans are a disappearing culture. 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 Monastery and See Mysterious Runes From The Bronze Age The tour will take you through some of Mongolia’s history, with visits to historic spots as the Amarbayasgalant monastery. Ride A Horse Across Epic Landscapes We’ve partnered with local herders for access to authentic local experiences, including nomadic home-stays and horse-riding through the Mongolian Steppe, which is a blaze of colour in the spring and autumn months. Ride A Camel Through Golden Gobi 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/Reindeer 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

 Mongolia is one of the most interesting and unexplored places on the planet. As the world’s least densely populated country, Mongolia’s untouched landscapes and nomadic culture make it an adventure destination like no other. Located in Northern Asia with China and Russia at its borders, Mongolia has only recently moved past its status as a Soviet-influenced Communist country. Wandering through the districts, you’ll notice an interesting mix of Asian and European influences, from Soviet architecture in the capital to the Buddhist-influenced traditions widely practised. Away from the capital, you’ll understand why the locals lovingly call their country the “land of the eternal blue sky”. Mongolia’s unique beauty promises breathtaking sights at every turn, with rugged mountains, sparkling lakes, and lush plains. Not only is the scenery picture-perfect, the animals are extremely photogenic too!                                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern Mongolia (5 days) A chance for you to try riding the 2 humped Bactrian camels amongst the huge sand dunes of Southern Mongolia. Meet the camel herdsman and his family and then go on to see the land of the Dinosaurs, with relics from 60 million years ago.

Central Mongolia (3 days) Visit to a huge Buddhist Erdene Zuu monastery, the symbolic ruins of the ancient capital Karakorum, and a great extinct volcano area with White Lake. Visit nomadic horseman family and sample their home made dairy products.

Northern Mongolia (11 days) Khuvsgul Lake is the second biggest freshwater lake in Asia after Baikal and is a great place for fishing and boating and hiking through the beautiful scenery on land to explore the flora and fauna. Plus here you will meet Tsaatan reindeer nomads and explore their lifestyle.

Day-1.Be Awed By An Ancient Monastery Amarbayasgalant
It’s another day of scenic travel before resting in a ger next to an ancient monastery. One of the largest Buddhist monastic centres in Mongolia, the Monastery of Tranquil Felicity is a truly spectacular sight, with Chinese, Mongolian, and Tibetan-influenced architecture. The grounds sit in the middle of vast plains, with great views of the Mongolian steppes and the Iven Valley. At almost 300-years-old, the monastery is also a historically-important landmark — it’s one of the rare monasteries that avoided complete destruction by the Soviets during the 1937 Stalinist purges. Overnight in Ger camp ( L D )
Day-2.Uran togoo volcanic crater
Our destination for today is Uran togoo. Its about 60 kilometer directly west of Bulgan city is the extinct volcano of Uran Uul and nearby Togoo Uul, now part of the 1600 hectare Uran Togoo-Tulga Uul natural reserve in the village of Khutag-Ondor. Trial to the top of the relatively unimpressive volcano lead up from the west side, which also have some nice camping areas. The Uran Togoo-Tulga Uul national monument is a national protected area in the Bulgan province. This mountain ranks as 4th highest mountain and its protected in 1965. In 1995, it was designated as a monument by Parliament Resolution with an area of 5800 hectares. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-3.Murun city
Today we will drive to Moron city. Will take a permission to Tsaatan – Taiga region. Buy the items for coming days. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-4.Journey to the Beautiful Blue Darkhad Valley /Visit to Horse Herder Family/
After a pit stop for items at the Murun City Black Market, we’ll continue to the epic Mongolian Steppe — a massive grassland spanning over 887,300-square-km, from the tip of China’s coastal hills down to southern Siberia. These plains are home to an abundance of wildlife, including sheep, goats, brown-eared pheasants, yaks, and gazelle! Visit to a horse guide family to prepare next few days Horse trekking. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-5.Ride A Horse Across Epic Landscapes and visit to the Tsaatan people
It’s the last stretch toward Khövsgöl Aimag, the northern-most province of Mongolia and territory of the elusive reindeer nomads. But first — a horse-riding expedition across breathtaking valleys, streams, forests, and mountains. The route to the Tsaatan camp is passable only by horse, and takes anywhere between five to seven hours to complete. That said, the journey will be pleasant, as the sure-footed Mongolian horses are a joy to ride. These horses aren’t your usual breed — they’ve gone through centuries of travelling across the massive steppes, and were a major winning force in the Mongol Empire’s bloody battles. Upon arrival at the reindeer camp, spend the night in traditional Tsaatan huts, otherwise known as teepees! With zero light pollution in the Mongolian countryside, we’ll get to stargaze under the dazzling night sky. Overnight in ( B L D )
Day-6.Experience Life As A Reindeer Nomad
Rise bright and early for a full day with the Tsaatan nomads! For centuries, the Tsaatans have survived off the land, relying on their reindeer for transport, milk, cheese, meat, and even materials like dung for fuel, antlers for tools, and hair for clothes. The nomad herders are extremely hospitable and enthusiastic about sharing their way of life. Riding and milking reindeer are must-try activities — and we might discover a natural reindeer herder among us! As one of the few remaining indigenous groups of reindeer herders, the Tsaatans are a disappearing culture due to the dwindling population of reindeer. Today, only about 40 families remain who continue their centuries-old traditions. While their camp is difficult to get to, it’s a priceless opportunity to experience their way of life while it’s still around. At the end of the day, it’s back to stargazing under teepees — just another regular night in Mongolia! Overnight in teepee tent ( B L D )
Day-7.Going back to Horse herder family
Stay at Horse herder family house and discovering nature and culture. And taking a rest. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-8.Khovsgol lake
Early in the morning we will drive to great Khovsgol lake. The lake is the second fresh water lake in Asia and second large lake in Mongolia with its 136 km long and 36 km wide and 264 meter deep. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-9.Second day at the Khovsgol lake
Taking rest and do some activities including boating and trekking up to mountain. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-10.Zuun Lake
This large lake is the scenic highlight of Khövsgöl's far south. There is excellent camping all around. This blue dollop of water is located 13km north of Shine-Ider village and about 100km southwest of Mörön. That night we will do wild camping. Overnight in ( B L D )
Day-11.Terkh White Lake
After breakfast we will drive to White lake(Terkh). The lake was formed by lava flows from a volcanic eruption many millennia ago. This is 2060m a.s.l, 16 km long, 4-10 km wide, 20 m deep fresh water lake . Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-12.Khorgo Volcanic Crater
This day is no driving and bit relaxing day. Hike or horse trekking to the Khorgo volcano. It is the last volcano which extinct around 9000 years ago. 2240m high a.s.l. Swimming and fishing is possible for the personal interest Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-13.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 )
Day-14.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 )
Day-15.Second Day at the Orkhon Waterfall
There is an opportunity to experience nomadic way of life, their culture and traditions. This day we will horse riding around the historical valley, and discover the beauty of nature. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-16. 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 tourist camp ( B L D )
Day-17.Bayanzag-Flaming Cliffs
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 )
Day-18.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. After we visit there we will do camel riding. Overnight in Ger camp ( B L D )
Day-19.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 )
Day-20.Tsagaan suvraga – White stupa (White cliff)
Early morning we will start drive to WhiteStupa which is located in UlziitSoum, 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 )
Day-21.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 )
Pax based price
Pax 1 -------- 4410$
Pax 2 -------- 2709$
Pax 3 ------- 2331$
Pax 4 ------ 2121$

USD 2121



Pax 1
per person

USD 4410

Pax 2
per person

USD 2709

Pax 3
per person

USD 2331

Pax 4
per person

USD 2121


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