Mongolia in Depth Tours & Travel | Private Tour

20 Days
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Welcome to Mongolia – A land of nomadic horsemen and arid steppes that stretch from pristine glacial lakes to the massive Gobi. Even today Mongolian culture revolves around a nomadic heritage with the familyger at the centre of a tough and resilient people. Ulaanbaatar, the capital is an eclectic mix of Russian, Chinese and Tibetan influences with Tibetan Buddhist monasteries infused with Mongolian Shamanism. The Naadam festival is a true highlight where thousands flock to compete in the ancient sports of wrestling, archery and cross-country horse racing.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Attend the National Theatre in Ulaanbaatar and experience the amazing Mongolian throat singers, musicians, dancers and contortionists
  2. Experience a 4WD adventure spanning the vast steppe and cross the Gobi Desert whilst staying in white-domed luxury Gers
  3. Ride a two humped Bactrian camel across the ‘Singing Dunes’ of the Khongoryn Els
  4. Visit reindeer herders by boat on pristine Lake Hovsgol and nomadic families on the rolling grassy tundra
  5. Discover the unique nature and wild horses of Khustain National Park

 

DEPARTURE DATE
To suit your group
DURATION  20 days
TOUR COST To be advised
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
Additional cost to be advised
INCLUDED
Economy international airfares
Internal flights as per itinerary
All transportation as per itinerary
Twin-share accommodation
Transfers to and from hotels as per itinerary
Meals as listed on the itinerary
Entry fees to places of interest as per itinerary
Experienced English speaking local tour guide

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Private tours depart with minimum of 4 clients

  • Land only packages available

  • Tour extensions – before or after tour extensions can be arranged on your behalf
  • Business or premium economy flights can be arranged at an additional cost if available
  • To register your interest in a private tour, a deposit of $250 per person and a completed booking form are required

A trip through the Land of the Sapphire Blue Sky is something very unique. If you’re looking for a five star type, cushy, comfortable holiday, then Mongolia is probably not for you. If you want to get off the beaten track then Mongolia is unmatched in its wild beauty and rawness. When on a small group to to Mongolia, in three weeks you will get a wonderful taste of what this country has to offer. What you will experience, smell, hear, taste and see, will engage all of your senses. Mongolia will be indelibly imprinted on your memory. 

Mongolia is one of the world’s least-developed, least-populated countries in the world. If you want to see a night sky so clear that you’ll be reminded that the galaxy is infinite, to camp on the edge of a vast steppe covered in chive flowers as far as the eye can see, or to look across a giant basin, rimmed with dark towering mountains, Mongolia is that place.  

With a population of only 3 million, roughly half of the country’s population is packed into one city, the capital Ulaanbaatar. Outside of that, Mongolia’s largest “cities” only number in the tens of thousands, with a significant portion of those still living the traditional lifestyle as nomadic herders. 

Mongolia is a land of extremes. On the road it can take hours of driving before you pass a tiny ger community, a Mongolian on horseback or even another vehicle. Yet in between you are blessed with the stunning views of a country so untouched that you know you’ve reached its true heart. From the stark Gobi in the south, to the incredible rock formations and magnificence of Khogoryn  Els (Mongolia’s largest sand dunes) to the crystal blue lakes and rushing clear rivers of the North, it is a land serene, with a culture that is warm and welcoming.  This certainly fits the bill for unique destination travel. 

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Attend the Naadam opening ceremony and watch athletes compete in wrestling, cross country horse racing and archery
  2. Attend the National Theatre in Ulaanbaatar and experience the amazing Mongolian throat singers, musicians, dancers and contortionists
  3. Experience a 4WD adventure spanning the vast steppe and cross the Gobi Desert whilst staying in white-domed luxury Gers
  4. Ride a two humped Bactrian camel across the ‘Singing Dunes’ of the Khongoryn Els
  5. Visit reindeer herders by boat on pristine Lake Hovsgol and nomadic families on the rolling grassy tundra