TRAVELLING THROUGH
MONGOLIAN NOMADIC TRAILS

Central Mongolia

15 DAYS
15 May – 01 October

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  This two weeks would take you through the Mongolian beautiful nature and its Nomadic trails. The tour destination includes central side of Mongolia with sights of Amarbayasgalant, Moilt Eco lodge, Horgo national park, Karakorum the Mongolian ancient capital city and Khustai National Park etc. Having a home stay with a local nomadic family would be the most memorable experience for you. And much more to discover.

Travel highlights

Amarbayasgalant, Uran Togoo, Moilt Eco lodge, Horgo National park, Tsenkher hot spa, Ugii Lake, Karakorum, Khustai National Park and Ulaanbaatar city

Travel length & Availability

15 May – 01 October & 15 days

The tour length can be shortened or extended depending on your preference. For more details, please contact our travel experts.

Facts for the traveler
Facts for the traveler
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Day 1. Ulaanbaatar

Upon arrival, meet your guide and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy a welcome dinner at a fine restaurant. Overnight at hotel. Half and full day tours are available on request.

Dinner included

Day 2. Ulaanbaatar / City Sights Touring

Take a full day city by visiting Gandan monastery, the largest Buddhist Monastery in Mongolia that houses well over 500 monks. The full name of Gandan is Gandantegchilen, translates as ‘The great place of complete joy’. Visit National History Museum and Sukhbaatar Square which would cover the spot where Mongolia’s independence was proclaimed in 1921. Have lunch in a Mongolian buffet restaurant where you can create your own stir fry bowls and barbeques. In the afternoon, explore Bogd King Palace museum, also known as the Winter Palace. This large complex of seven halls and a two-storey Russian style house was the winter home of Mongolia`s last king and the third line in the Tibetan Buddhist hierarchy after the Dalai Lama and Panchen Lama. Afterwards, proceed to the Zaisan Memorial Hills to have a panoramic view of the city.

If time permits, you can go for shopping for Mongolian cashmere in the Factory outlet store. Have dinner in an American Grill House and enjoy your evening. Overnight in the hotel.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 3. Central Mongolia / Amarbayasgalant 340 km

After breakfast at the hotel, check out and your adventure with 4×4 jeeps through the Mongolian country sides begins. Drive to Amarbayasgalant monastery, one of the three largest Buddhist monastic centers in Mongolia. The monastery complex is located in the Iven Valley near the Selenge River in northern Mongolia. The monastery was one of the very few monasteries to have partly escaped destruction during the Stalinist purges of 1937, after which only the buildings of the central section had remained.

To explore the Mongolian Nomadic dwelling, a ger which will be your prime accommodation for the next couple of days. You will have an opportunity to gaze the millions of stars you’re your bed from this day. Overnight in ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 4. Bulgan/ Uran Togoo 220 km

In the morning, head to Uran Togoo, an extinct volcano Natural Monument in the national protected area. The mountain name alludes to its volcanic past with designations borrowed from around the fireplace. The name is Togoo is an acronym in Mongolian for its bowl shape. Spend the day on an excursion to Uran Togoo, hiking and enjoying stunning photographic opportunities. Stay overnight at ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 5. Bulgan/ Moilt Eco lodge 120 km

This day includes an exploration to Moilt Eco lodge and its surrounding. Upon arrival at ger camp, have lunch and enjoy the day in the untouched nature and feel the natural meditation and the beauty of the landscape. Stay in ger.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 6&7. Bulgan/ Home stay

From this day, you are a new member for the nomad family. This experience would offer you a unique window into life of the nomad family, its culture that hadn’t changed much in the last two millennia, and the general way of life in the Mongolian countryside. Naturally, the herds had always played an important role in daily life of nomads. Helping nomads to make their dairy products, herding livestock, milking of the cows would be your ‘chorus’. You can certainly choose to herd the sheep and goats on foot or on a horse back. Helping the lady of the ger on preparing the dishes would also be an option. Stay in ger with the family.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 8. Central Mongolia / Ugii lake 150 km

This day head to Ugii lake by driving some 150 km. Ugii is a freshwater lake and it is known for its fish and birdlife. It is a stopover point for migrating water birds of the Anatidae family. Almost half of the lake is less than 3 m deep. Upon arrival, explore the lake and its surroundings by hiking doing some bird watching. Spend a night in ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 9&10. Central Mongolia / Tsenher Hot Spa 140 km

This day, you would continue your journey to Central Mongolia and the Tsenher Hot Spa. Enjoy a relaxing day in the natural hot spa and wonder around the forest for the following two nights. Try enjoying the spa in the evening after dinner, it could might as well be a different type of paradise. Body massage and beauty services are available on request. Overnight in ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 11. Central Mongolia/ Kharakorum 150 km

Get ready to explore Mongolian Ancient Capital City Karakorum through the Orkhan Valley. Chinggis Khaan`s choice of Karakorum, Central Mongolia to set the capital of the Mongol Empire was no coincidence. The surrounding Orkhon Valley was the center of action and culture for the preceding nomadic empires for many centuries. The valley has enormous symbolic importance and includes many sights that include Erdenezuu monastery, museum of Karakorum, Phallic Rock and Turtle Rock. Stay overnight in ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 12. Central Mongolia / Bayangobi 100 km

Get ready to explore Mongolian Ancient Capital City Karakorum through the Orkhan Valley. Chinggis Khaan`s choice of Karakorum, Central Mongolia to set the capital of the Mongol Empire was no coincidence. The surrounding Orkhon Valley was the center of action and culture for the preceding nomadic empires for many centuries. The valley has enormous symbolic importance and includes many sights that include Erdenezuu monastery, museum of Karakorum, Phallic Rock and Turtle Rock. Stay overnight in ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 13. Central Mongolia / Khustai National Park 270 km

Your final adventure begins today to see the last wild horses in the world, the Przewalski horses Khustai National Park. Przewalski horses (Takhi in Mongolian name) has been successfully reintroduced into the National Park. The National park is friendly to not only Takhi, but also other wild animals of mammals, birds and a variety of flora and faunas. Get introduced to the National Park’s history and travel deep inside the park to search for the Przewalski horses. Spend a night in nearby ger camp.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 14. Ulaanbaatar 120 km

After breakfast. Drive back to Ulaanbaatar City and check into the hotel. Have a leisurely afternoon. Enjoy a colorful Mongolian Folklore concert in the evening and have a farewell dinner. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Breakfast
Lunch & Dinner are included.

Day 15. Departure

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and transfer to the Railway Station or Airport for your international departure.

Breakfast included