Mongolia hides many unique adventure and cultural opportunities! There are the dinosaur fossils in the Gobi Desert in the south or the treelined mountains, meandering rivers and fresh water of Lake Khuvsgul in the north. There is also the snowcapped peaks of the Altai mountains, Kazakh traditions and eagle hunting in the west or the wide open steppe and birth place of Chiingis Khan in the east.
Wherever you turn in Mongolia you will not be disappointed. The hospitality of the nomads is incredible & once experienced will never be forgotten. It is a long held & respected tradition for travellers to be taken care of & just like in centuries gone by, you will be welcomed with open arms whoever you are & wherever you may be from.
This trip encompasses the many stunning highlights of the world famous Gobi Desert, as well as the lush, green surroundings of Central and Northern Mongolia.
Explore the wonders of the heartland of Mongolia in the Orkhon Valley. This vast and open landscape is truly the spirit of Mongolia, see wild horses, wooded hills, ancient temples and nomadic life. Travel north from the heartland to the Northern reaches of Mongolia.
This trip Included a trip to Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park, known for its iconic sand dunes, ice canyon, flaming cliffs, limestone formations, as well as many geological & archeological sites. After wandering around Gobi, we will then head north to Central Mongolia. Here you will enjoy spectacular and lush greenery, swimming in waterfalls, as well as many famous cultural sites.
The word Gobi means “desert” in Mongolian. The Gobi is made up of several distinct ecological and geographic regions, based on variations in climate and topography. The Gobi is most notable in paleontology and history as part of the great Mongol Empire and as the location of several important cities along the Silk Road.
This is an ideal trip for the traveler wishing to spend quality time visiting some of the greatest natural attractions the Khuvsgul Lake area has to offer. See the largest lake in Mongolia, visit reindeer people, and a nomadic lifestyle that takes different shape in the Taiga. Hiking and horse riding in the shore of the lake. The beauty of Mongolia will be laid out before you on this amazing 4-day adventure!
The Gobi Desert tour continues for 7 days. Get in touch with your inner nomad as you hike, trek, camel ride, and “sand sled” through the Gobi Desert. On this journey, you will see desert steppe, tremendous sand dunes, deep gorges with rivers running through them, Mongolia’s own “Grand Canyon,” and the infamous “Flaming Cliffs” of Bayanzag. The word Gobi means “desert” in Mongolian.
Northern Mongolia is also home to the famous Tsaatan Reindeer Herdsmen, an ethnic group that has remained virtually unchanged since the Ice Age. The Tsaatan are reindeer herders who seemingly live on the edge of civilization. With snow-capped mountains on every side, it truly seems possible that no person has ever stepped foot in some areas of the Taiga region
√ Eagle Festival
√ Thousand Camel Festival
√ Lake Khuvsgul Ice Festival
√ Ulaanbaatar City Tour
√ Ger Stay & Cultural Experiences
Explore the heartland of Mongolia! This fun filled day is the perfect trip if your stay here is short. You can experience bite sized portions of the best Mongolia has to offer. You can ride a horse, eat lunch in a ger and explore the surrounding countryside.
Driving south from Ulaanbaatar, you will pass through the Middle and Southern regions of the desert, allowing you to experience the vastness of this special landscape. Among the rolling sand dunes and hills, activities include riding two humped Bactrian camels through the desert, visiting a Nomadic family, as well as enjoying the spectacular sunrises and sunsets. After wandering around Gobi, we will then head north to Central Mongolia. Here you will enjoy spectacular and lush greenery, swimming in freshwater Great White lake and waterfalls, as well as many famous cultural sites.
This trip encompasses the many stunning highlights of the world famous Gobi Desert and the lush, green surroundings of Central Mongolia. After wandering around the Gobi, we will then head north to Central Mongolia. Here you will enjoy spectacular and lush greenery, trekking to and swimming in the freshwater Eight Lakes and waterfalls. Then we will visit many famous cultural sites. Highlights include the ancient capital Khar Khorin, the Erdenezuu monastery, and trekking in the Naiman Nuur (Eight Lakes) national park.
Winter travel in Mongolia will leave you with wonderful and unique memories of your trip. On this trip, you will experience local culture and adventures. Enjoy Central Asia’s unique nomadic culture which has developed in harmony with the natural landscape and social environment since prehistoric times.