Mongolian Gobi

This one-of-a-kind classic Mongolian Gobi round trip takes you from the far south to the heart of the country. Discover not only nature and sights but also the culture of the world's last nomads up close.



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We offer you the wild and untouched nature of Mongolia on this adventure tour. This one-of-a-kind classic Mongolian Gobi round tour takes you from the country's far south to its core. Discover the culture of the world's last nomads, as well as nature and sites. You can visit nomad families, explore, ride horses and camels, and relax in peace and quiet. This is going to be an amazing trip!

Ulaanbaatar-Tsagaan Suvarga Canyon (rock formation)-Vulture Gorge/hiking-Khongor sand dune/camel riding-Red Cliffs (dinosaur site)-Ongi monastery ruins-Erdene Zuu monastery - Ulaanbaatar.

Day 1. Ulaanbaatar+City tour
Day 2. Tsagaan Suvarga Canyon (rock formation)
Day 3. Vulture Gorge/hiking
Day 4. Khongor sand dune/camel riding
Day 5. Red Cliffs (dinosaur site)
Day 6. Ongi monastery ruins
Day 7. Erdene Zuu monastery
Day 8. Ulaanbaatar


Day 1.
The departure date is determined by the international flight to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Arrive at Ulaanbaatar's Chinggis Khaan Airport. Our tour guide will meet you at the airport and take you to the hotel. There is a short city trip in the afternoon. Accommodation: 3-star hotel with complimentary breakfast

Day 2. White Stupa
Our excursion begins with the well-known rock feature known as "White Stupa." There was a sea here millions of years ago, as intriguing rock formations with a stunning play of colors give evidence now. It measures between 30 and 60 meters in height and 400 meters in length. This slope faces eastward toward the sun and rises at a 90-degree angle to the sky. It is not visible from the right since it is flat and placed at the intersection of the middle gobi. The colored layers of the cliff represent different stages in its 10-million-year existence. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 3. Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park
We continue through the steppe desert to the Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park's "eagle mouth," or Lammergeyer gorge. These mountains are the Altai Range's southeasternmost foothills, rising to a height of 2825 meters. The Lammergeyer, hidden amid the stunning peaks of the Three Beauties Range, protects a little "glacier" that remains frozen even on the hottest days of July. The high cliffs are home to wild goats. A tiny museum at the gorge's entrance displays samples of the area's animal life. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 4. Sand Dunes, Khongor
Our next stop is the "singing" sand dunes, which contrast magnificently with the green fields and black mountain peaks. In the late afternoon, we arrive at the ger camp near the sand dunes. The highest point, Duut Mankhan (Singing Dune), is 400 meters high. The sunset from the summit is an unforgettable experience. Anyone who wants to try their hand at camel riding will be able to do so in the Gobi. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 5. Bayanzag, "the Cemetery of Dinosaurs."
Today we go to Bayanzag, where the mongolian desert of rock, red sand, scrub, sun, and astonishing emptiness has earned the moniker "the Cemetery of Dinosaurs." Mongolian and American paleontologists discovered the red sandstone cliffs and canyons of Bayanzag in the 1920s, along with the first-ever recorded dinosaur eggs—discoveries that generated international headlines. Before sunset, when the cliffs look like flames, is the best time to photograph them. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 6. Buddhist Monastery Ruins
After breakfast, we will go north to the famed Ongi Buddhist monastery ruins. The Ongi Temple, founded in 1600, was formerly the world's largest Buddhist institution, with four different colleges situated on the banks of the River Ongi. Today, the damaged temples serve as a disturbing reminder of the 1939 anti-religious purges. We will travel back in time to explore when the monastery remained. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 7. Karakorum/Monastery Erdene Zuu
Today is our seventh day in Karakorum. In Kharkhorin Soum, there is a lovely little museum that displays everything that has been discovered historically from the many periods of Mongolian history, from the Stone Age to the Mongolian Empire. King Ugudei, son of the renowned Chinggis Khaan, established Karakorum, the Mongol Empire's capital city, in the 13th century on the ruins of the ancient metropolis. The city was conveniently placed at a junction of historic routes, serving as a staging area for migratory nomads and commercial caravans. Foreign envoys and notable clergy traveled to this city to meet with the Mongol Empire's king. There is also a lovely monastery known as Erdene Zuu. The monastery was built between the years of 1585 and 1586. It is without a doubt Mongolia's oldest Buddhist monastery. It is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List under the category "Orkhon Valley cultural landscape." After seeing the 3rd Dalai Lama and declaring Tibetan Buddhism the state religion of Mongolia, Prince Abtai Han, Khalh leader and Zanabazar's grandfather, ordered its construction in 1585 outside the ruins of Kharkhorin. The monastery was destroyed by communists in 1939 as part of a purge that resulted in the destruction of hundreds of monasteries and the killing of over 10,000 lamas in Mongolia. Three temples and the outside wall with the stupas were preserved; the temples were converted into museums in 1947. This monastery is still a functioning Buddhist monastery and a museum open to visitors today. Accommodation: gercamp. Meals: B, L, and D.

Day 8. Ulaanbaatar
We travel to Ulaanbaatar via car. We'll arrive in Ulaanbaatar late in the afternoon and have plenty of time to see the capital. We can go shopping if we like. We go to a folklore show in the evening, which includes traditional musical instruments, music, dance, a contortionist, and the famed throat singing. Accommodation: 3-star hotel with complimentary breakfast

Day 9. Departure
Transfer to Chingis Khaan International Airport or the train station for your departure from Mongolia.

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