Lunar new year


Every year the Mongolians celebrate “Tsagaan Sar” or New Year between winter and spring (the exact date depends on the lunar calendar). Usually, it is held at new moon at the end of January or in February. The holiday is celebrated throughout Mongolia for three days. Tsagaan Sar is a holiday that celebrates the end of winter and serves to welcome a flourishing new year. It symbolizes a healthy, wealthy life. People start their preparations for Tsagaan Sar one month before hand. Families make several hundred to several thousands of buuz (dumpling cooked by steaming), bansh (small dumpling cooked by boiling): they prepare plenty of food for all relatives, neighbors and friends that visit the family. The gers, barns and yards of animals must be as clean as possible. Women make new deels (a traditional item of clothing) for every family member.
  • Lunar new year tour (4 nights/ 5 days)
    Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, travel around city
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station and check in the hotel. After lunch, take a city tour including a visit to the National History Museum and Natural History Museum. We will have dinner at a local restaurant and return to the hostel a well-earned rest.
    Accommodation: The Hostel (L+D)
    ,em>Day #2 Drive to Elsen tasarhai / Mongol els/ and stay in host family. /New year`s eve/
    We will drive about 5 hours to the Mongol els. There is located 80 km long sand dunes and rocky mountain on the back side. Host family will welcome us and you can help them to prepare for tomorrow. Today`s evening we will have big dinner with host family`s members.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Lunar new year first day
    Learn some sample Mongolian, greeting is very important for today. Our guide will explain every single custom about our tradition.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Visit to Kharkhorim / Ancient city of Mongolian empire /
    We will drive about 2 hours to the Kharkhorim city. It`s seem like small town but keeping lots of history. One of the attractive spot is Erdenezuu monastery. Abtai Sain Khan, ruler of the Khalkh Mongols and grandfather of Zanabazar, the first Jebtsundamba Khutuktu, ordered construction of the Erdene Zuu monastery in 1585 after his meeting with the 3rd Dalai Lama and the declaration of Tibetan Buddhism as the state religion of Mongolia. Planners attempted to create a surrounding wall that resembled a Tibetan Buddhist rosary featuring 108 stupas but this objective was probably never achieved. The monastery was damaged in 1688 during one of the many wars between Dzungars and Khalkh Mongols. Locals dismantled the wooden fortifications of the abandoned monastery. It was rebuilt in the 18th century and by 1872 had a full 62 temples and housed up to 1000 monks.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day # 5 Drive back to Ulaanbaatar
    Our amazing last day experience is ending. Hope you like our national holiday.
    Accommodation: The Hostel (B+L+D)
  • What is include in package:
    If you buy our package we will give you following promotions
              •   Free airport and train station pick up service
              •   One night free stay at guest house after the trip
              •   Invitation letter in case you need visa to visit Mongolia
              •   Free service for visa extension
              •   Luggage storage
              •   International and domestic plane ticket reservation
              •   We do provide free tent, sleeping bags and mattresses
              •   Horse and Camel riding (1 hour)
              •   Bicycle (for cycling trips), motorbike (bike trips)
              •   Ger camp or host family stay (Camping is available)
              •   Transportation during the trip days
              •   Guide
              •  Meals at local restaurants or cooked by guide
              •   Entrance fees to all scenic spots as listed in the itinerary such as museums, monasteries, strictly protected areas, parks, concert, road fees
    What is not include in package:
              •   Entry and transit visa fee to Mongolia
             •   Airport drop off
              •   International airfare and train ticket
              •  All type insurances (we recommend you get your insurance in your country)
              • Your personal expenses such as soft and alcoholic drinks, international calls during the your trip, optional sightseeing and meals
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  • Number of people Price (per person/per day)
    1. Group with 6 person 49 USD
    2. Group with 5 person 55 USD
    3. Group with 4 person 64 USD
    4. Group with 3 person 78 USD
    5. Group with 2 person 107 USD