Majestic Gobi tour

The Gobi is a large desert region in Asia. It covers parts of southern Mongolia. The desert basins of the Gobi are bounded by the Altai Mountains and the grasslands and steppes of Mongolia on the north, by the Taklamakan Desert to the West, by the Hexi Corridorand Tibetan Plateau to the southwest, and by the North China Plain to the southeast. The Gobi is most notable in history as part of the great Mongol Empire, and as the location of several important cities along the Silk Road. The Gobi is a cold desert, with frost and occasionally snow occurring on its dunes. The Gobi Desert is the source of many important fossil finds, including the first dinosaur eggs. Currently, the Gobi desert is expanding at an alarming rate, in a process known as desertification. The people of Gobi they are really welcomed and kind. You will create unforgettable memory with local people and nature of desert.
You will create unforgettable memory with local people and nature of Mongolia.
  • MG tour – 01 (5 nights/ 6 days)

    Day #1 Drive to Erdenedalai village from Ulaanbaatar
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Erdenedalai village. We will have lunch on the way or after arrive in village.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (L+D)
    Day #2 Drive to Bayanzag / Flaming cliffs
    Our adventure will continue to Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers.
    Accommodation: ger camp.                    (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion.
    The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad.
    Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #5 Drive back to Baga gazriin chuluu
    These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive back to Ulaanbaatar
    We will drive back to Ulaanbaatar in the morning. We will transfer to you airport/railway station. If you want to stay more days in Ulaanbaatar, one day free to stay our guesthouse. We always welcome to you.
    Accommodation: in our guesthouse  (B+L)

     

  • MG tour – 02 (6 nights/ 7 days)

    Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Ikh gazriin chuluu and Baga gazriin chuluu in Dundgovi province. These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time. Today will be a special day for you to get first impression about Mongolian Gobi desert and the first night staying in a famous Mongol Ger.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (L+D)
    Day #2 Drive to Tsagaan suvarga( White Stuppa)
    It’s 90 degree of straight, consists of many colors of clay deposits. In ancient times, there was a big sea in Khevtee and Bosoo valleys of Tsagaan Suvarga. After dried up the sea, this area became a valley with many glacis and escarpments, covered by many different sedimentary deposits. Tsagaan suvraga is a big escarpment with 200m height and 400m long. This place has been protected since early times and local people say that Tsagaan khairkhan/ respectful name/ instead of Tsagaan Suvraga.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day#3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion. The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad. Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #5 Drive to Flaming cliffs, Ongi monastery
    Our adventure will continue to Ongi monastery and Ongi river. On our way, we stop at Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers. Ongi Monastery was one of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia. The monastery was destroyed during the socialist purge of the 1930s. The ruins of the monasteries involve a huge area. Visit a new active temple, a ger museum and explore the monastery ruins.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive to Kharkhorin, Erdenezuu monastery, Mongol sand dune
    Kharkhorin is located at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River which is included within UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The location marks the easternmost foothills of the Khangai Mountains, where they meet the rolling steppe of central Mongolia. The Erdene Zuu Monastery is probably the earliest surviving Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is part of the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site. 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 (Mongolian traditional tent)   ( B+L+D )
    Day #7 Drive to back to Ulaanbaatar and Departure
    We will transfer to you airport/railway station. If you want to stay more days in Ulaanbaatar, free to stay in our guesthouse. We always welcome to you.
    Accommodation: in our guesthouse  (B+L)

     

  • MG tour – 03 (8 nights/ 9 days)

    Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Ikh gazriin chuluu and Baga gazriin chuluu in Dundgovi province. These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time. Today will be a special day for you to get first impression about Mongolian Gobi desert and the first night staying in a famous Mongol Ger.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (L+D)
    Day #2 Drive to Bayanzag / Flaming cliffs
    Our adventure will continue to Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers.
    Accommodation: ger camp.                                    (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion. The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad. Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #5 Drive to Ongi monastery
    Our adventure will continue to Ongi monastery and Ongi river. Ongi Monastery was one of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia. The monastery was destroyed during the socialist purge of the 1930s. The ruins of the monasteries involve a huge area. Visit a new active temple, a ger museum and explore the monastery ruins.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive to Kharkhorin / Ancient city of Mongolia/, Erdenezuu monastery
    Kharkhorin is located at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River which is included within UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The location marks the easternmost foothills of the Khangai Mountains, where they meet the rolling steppe of central Mongolia. The Erdene Zuu Monastery is probably the earliest surviving Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is part of the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site. 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 #7 Drive to White lake / Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/ and Horgiin togoo volcano
    Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks with its extinct volcanoes, fresh water lakes, rapid current rivers and forested mountains. The Terkhiin Tsagaan, a fresh water lake was formed after lava flow from the volcanos blocked the north and south Terkh Rivers. The areas surrounding the volcanoes are covered with thick basalt.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #8 Drive to Mongol els dune / Little Gobi/
    This 80km sand dune is situated in a terrain of Uvurkhangai, Bulgan and Tuv Aimag, stretching westside of Mount Khugnu Khan from west of Mount Batkhaan. The main road separates the sand dune into two parts, Mongol Els on the south and Khugnu Tarnyn Els on the north. The sand is sodden under its surface; that allows shrubberies such as willow, elm and dogwood, grow in the area. There are many tourist camps around the sight. Elsen Tasarkhai is surrounded by Mount Khugnu Khan on the north and Mount Ikh Mongol on the south.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #9  Drive back to Ulaanbaatar and Departure
    Today is a last day we will be in the beautiful countryside. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. We will transfer to you airport/railway station. If you want to stay more days in Ulaanbaatar, free to stay in our guesthouse. We always welcome to you.
    Accommodation: in our guesthouse  (B+L)

     

  • MG tour – 04 (10 nights/ 11 days)

     Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia

    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Ikh gazriin chuluu and Baga gazriin chuluu in Dundgovi province. These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time. Today will be a special day for you to get first impression about Mongolian Gobi desert and the first night staying in a famous Mongol Ger.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (L+D)
    Day #2 Drive to Bayanzag / Flaming cliffs
    Our adventure will continue to Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers.
    Accommodation: ger camp.                                    (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion. The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad. Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #5 Drive to Ongi monastery
    Our adventure will continue to Ongi monastery and Ongi river. Ongi Monastery was one of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia. The monastery was destroyed during the socialist purge of the 1930s. The ruins of the monasteries involve a huge area. Visit a new active temple, a ger museum and explore the monastery ruins.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive to Kharkhorin / Ancient city of Mongolia/, Erdenezuu monastery
    Kharkhorin is located at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River which is included within UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The location marks the easternmost foothills of the Khangai Mountains, where they meet the rolling steppe of central Mongolia. The Erdene Zuu Monastery is probably the earliest surviving Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is part of the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site. 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 #7 Drive to White lake / Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/ and Horgiin togoo volcano
    Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks with its extinct volcanoes, fresh water lakes, rapid current rivers and forested mountains. The Terkhiin Tsagaan, a fresh water lake was formed after lava flow from the volcanos blocked the north and south Terkh Rivers. The areas surrounding the volcanoes are covered with thick basalt.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #8 Drive to Tsenkher hot spring
    Tsenher is a natural hot spring flows out whole year from the ground at 85 Celsius degree, country’s second hottest, in mountainous Central Mongolia. It is located 1860m a.s.l and in 480 km from Ulaanbaatar capital city, 28 km south of Tsetserleg town in Arkhangai province and 22 km south west Tsenkher village.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #9 Drive to Taikhar rock, Chuluut river, Orkhon waterfall
    The rock has a large number of inscriptions, over 150, in various scripts including Turkish, Uighar, Mongolian, Tibetan, Manchu, Sogda and Chinese too. The purpose and meaning of inscriptions are various types but usually for blessings, praises and sometimes referred ancient poems. The Orkhon river, longest river in Mongolia, begins at the state worshipped mountain Suvraga Khairkhan in the Khangai range. The drainage basin of the river is 132835sq km. The river is 10-60 m wide to begin with but it becomes 120-150m around the end and the speed of the river flow decreases. There are many rocks and boulders around the river as well as some waterfalls like a small waterfall with 4-5 m height and the Ulaan tsutgalan waterfall- biggest in Mongolia at a height of 20m. The Orkhon river Valley has been protected since 2006 as a National Park.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #10 Drive to Mongol els dune / Little Gobi/
    This 80km sand dune is situated in a terrain of Uvurkhangai, Bulgan and Tuv Aimag, stretching westside of Mount Khugnu Khan from west of Mount Batkhaan. The main road separates the sand dune into two parts, Mongol Els on the south and Khugnu Tarnyn Els on the north. The sand is sodden under its surface; that allows shrubberies such as willow, elm and dogwood, grow in the area. There are many tourist camps around the sight. Elsen Tasarkhai is surrounded by Mount Khugnu Khan on the north and Mount Ikh Mongol on the south.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #11 Drive back to Ulaanbaatar and Departure
    Today is a last day we will be in the beautiful countryside. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. We will transfer to you airport/railway station. If you want to stay more days in Ulaanbaatar, free to stay in our guesthouse. We always welcome to you.
    Accommodation: in our guesthouse  (B+L)

     

  • MG tour – 05 (13 nights/ 14 days)

    Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Ikh gazriin chuluu and Baga gazriin chuluu in Dundgovi province. These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time. Today will be a special day for you to get first impression about Mongolian Gobi desert and the first night staying in a famous Mongol Ger.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (L+D)
    Day #2 Drive to Bayanzag / Flaming cliffs
    Our adventure will continue to Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers.
    Accommodation: ger camp.                                    (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion. The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad. Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    (B+L+D)
    Day #5 Drive to Ongi monastery
    Our adventure will continue to Ongi monastery and Ongi river. Ongi Monastery was one of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia. The monastery was destroyed during the socialist purge of the 1930s. The ruins of the monasteries involve a huge area. Visit a new active temple, a ger museum and explore the monastery ruins.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive to Kharkhorin / Ancient city of Mongolia/, Erdenezuu monastery
    Kharkhorin is located at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River which is included within UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The location marks the easternmost foothills of the Khangai Mountains, where they meet the rolling steppe of central Mongolia. The Erdene Zuu Monastery is probably the earliest surviving Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is part of the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site. 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 #7 Drive to White lake / Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/
    Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks with its extinct volcanoes, fresh water lakes, rapid current rivers and forested mountains. The Terkhiin Tsagaan, a fresh water lake was formed after lava flow from the volcanos blocked the north and south Terkh Rivers. The areas surrounding the volcanoes are covered with thick basalt.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #8 Horse riding around White lake /Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/ and Horgiin togoo volcano
    The Khorgo volcano became extinct 6000-8000 years ago. It is considered the last of Mongolia’s over 300 volcanoes to became extinct. The Khorgo is not only the volcano in the vicinity, there are several more, but it is the biggest one.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #9 Drive to Tsenkher hot spring
    Tsenher is a natural hot spring flows out whole year from the ground at 85 Celsius degree, country’s second hottest, in mountainous Central Mongolia. It is located 1860m a.s.l and in 480 km from Ulaanbaatar capital city, 28 km south of Tsetserleg town in Arkhangai province and 22 km south west Tsenkher village.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #10 Stay in spa. Enjoy it
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #11 Drive to Taikhar rock, Chuluut river, Orkhon waterfall
    The rock has a large number of inscriptions, over 150, in various scripts including Turkish, Uighar, Mongolian, Tibetan, Manchu, Sogda and Chinese too. The purpose and meaning of inscriptions are various types but usually for blessings, praises and sometimes referred ancient poems. The Orkhon river, longest river in Mongolia, begins at the state worshipped mountain Suvraga Khairkhan in the Khangai range. The drainage basin of the river is 132835sq km. The river is 10-60 m wide to begin with but it becomes 120-150m around the end and the speed of the river flow decreases. There are many rocks and boulders around the river as well as some waterfalls like a small waterfall with 4-5 m height and the Ulaan tsutgalan waterfall- biggest in Mongolia at a height of 20m. The Orkhon river Valley has been protected since 2006 as a National Park.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #12 Drive to Mongol els dune / Little Gobi/
    This 80km sand dune is situated in a terrain of Uvurkhangai, Bulgan and Tuv Aimag, stretching westside of Mount Khugnu Khan from west of Mount Batkhaan. The main road separates the sand dune into two parts, Mongol Els on the south and Khugnu Tarnyn Els on the north. The sand is sodden under its surface; that allows shrubberies such as willow, elm and dogwood, grow in the area. There are many tourist camps around the sight. Elsen Tasarkhai is surrounded by Mount Khugnu Khan on the north and Mount Ikh Mongol on the south.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #13 Drive back to Ulaanbaatar
    Today is a last day we will be in the beautiful countryside. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. We will visit famous museum of the Mongolia and have a great dinner. Then take a rest well.
    Accommodation: in our hostel (B+L+D)
    Day #14 Departure
    We will transfer to you airport/railway station. If you want to stay more days in Ulaanbaatar, free to stay in our guesthouse. We always welcome to you.
    Accommodation: in our guesthouse  (B+L)

     

  • MG tour – 06 (20 nights/ 21 days)

    MG tour 06

    Day #1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia
    We will welcome to you at the airport/railway station. If its need, prepare for the tour in short time. Start of the tour from Ulaanbaatar to Ikh gazriin chuluu and Baga gazriin chuluu in Dundgovi province. These are unique rocky mountains They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the royalties of that time. Today will be a special day for you to get first impression about Mongolian Gobi desert and the first night staying in a famous Mongol Ger.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    L+D
    Day #2 Drive to Bayanzag / Flaming cliffs
    Our adventure will continue to Flaming Cliff. This scenic place once was cemetery of dinosaurs and is renowned by the discovery of the first dinosaur eggs in the world. Our next stop is at Bayanzag. Bayanzag literally means “Rich in saxual trees”. This tree only grows in central Asian Gobi. The tree is always green even in very dry summers. It supports nomads’ animals with emergency feed in some very dry summers.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #3 Drive to The Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, visit Vulture mouth (Yolin am)
    The “Gobi Gurban Saikhan” literally means “Three beautiful mountains in the Gobi”. It’s one of the natural secret of Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park and beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs, has been created by many years of water erosion. The Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley), a protected site in 1965, is 62 km north west of Dalanzadgad. Yolin am is a narrow and jagged canyon, which functions as an oase in the surrounding desert. Rainfall in summer may create hundreds of little waterfalls along the walls. The place has turned into a very rich habitat especially for birds. As the largest species, bearded vultures have settled on top of the cliffs, and give the canyon its name.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    B+L+D
    Day #4 Drive to Khongor sand dunes
    This is a Mongolian largest sand dune reaching a height of 800 meter in some highest areas. The sand dunes in Sevrei sum, South Gobi aimag, are called Khongoryn Els. These dunes are 20 km wide and 100 km long. The Khongoryn River flows along the sand dunes and gives birth to oases. The sand dune change the color with each hour of one day, from yellow to silver to rise colored at dawn / sundown. This dune is considered one of the biggest dunes with it is length of 180 km and width of 3-5 km. The dunes make sound like plane engine in a windy day so it has been named as “Singing Dunes”.
    Accommodation: Ger (Mongolian traditional tent)    B+L+D
    Day #5 Drive to Ongi monastery
    Our adventure will continue to Ongi monastery and Ongi river. Ongi Monastery was one of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia. The monastery was destroyed during the socialist purge of the 1930s. The ruins of the monasteries involve a huge area. Visit a new active temple, a ger museum and explore the monastery ruins.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #6 Drive to Kharkhorin / Ancient city of Mongolia/, Erdenezuu monastery
    Kharkhorin is located at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River which is included within UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The location marks the easternmost foothills of the Khangai Mountains, where they meet the rolling steppe of central Mongolia. The Erdene Zuu Monastery is probably the earliest surviving Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It is part of the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site. 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 #7 Drive to White lake / Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/
    Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks with its extinct volcanoes, fresh water lakes, rapid current rivers and forested mountains. The Terkhiin Tsagaan, a fresh water lake was formed after lava flow from the volcanos blocked the north and south Terkh Rivers. The areas surrounding the volcanoes are covered with thick basalt.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #8 Horse riding around White lake /Terkhiin tsagaan nuur/ and Horgiin togoo volcano
    The Khorgo volcano became extinct 6000-8000 years ago. It is considered the last of Mongolia’s over 300 volcanoes to became extinct. The Khorgo is not only the volcano in the vicinity, there are several more, but it is the biggest one.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #9 Drive to Tsenkher hot spring
    Tsenher is a natural hot spring flows out whole year from the ground at 85 Celsius degree, country’s second hottest, in mountainous Central Mongolia. It is located 1860m a.s.l and in 480 km from Ulaanbaatar capital city, 28 km south of Tsetserleg town in Arkhangai province and 22 km south west Tsenkher village.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #10 Stay in spa. Enjoy it
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #11 Drive to Ugii lake
    Ugii lake, locates on the centre of Mongolia, in the territory, of the Arkhangai province is one of the biggest lakes of Mongolia and has 27 km squire area. Average depth is 6.64m, in some sections 15.3m, coastal length is 23.5m. Delicate sand and whetstone coast, the soft wave and it is very convenient to have boat adventure. There are 150 sorts of extremely rare and rare species birds of passage come to settle down on the “Ugii” lake. Also the “Ugii” lake has 14 sorts of fish belonged to the North Atlantic ocean area such as Esoc lucius, Rutilus lacustrisl, Perca fluviatilis, leucisous idus, Cyprinus carpio haematopterus, Parassius auratus gibelio, lota, Leuciscus baicalensis, Phoxinus pall, Phoxinus peronurus, Barbatula, toni, Cobitus taenia sibisica and has plenty of fish reserves.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day # 12 Drive to Rashaant village
    We will stay overnight here.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #13 Drive to Khatgal village.
    Khatgal village is the nearest place to Khuvsgul lake.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #14 Start horse riding trip around the lake
    It`s amazing idea make horse riding around the lake. Enjoy the beautiful lake, which is named “deepest pearl of Mongolia”.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #15 Continue horse riding / Different view/
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #16 Trip around lake by board with motor, visit the reindeer family.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #17 Trekking, hiking and walking around lake 
    Hiking and trekking on the mountain around the lake.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #18 Drive back to Khatgal village and take rest/shower
    Take a hot shower and relax.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #19 Drive to Khutag Ondor
    Stay overnight here.
    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)
    Day #20 Drive to Amarbayasgalant monastery
    Amarbayasgalant Khiid was originally built between 1727 and 1737 by the Manchu emperor Yongzheng, and dedicated to the great Mongolian Buddhist and sculptor, Zanabazar, whose mummified body was moved here in 1779. The monastery is in the Chinese style, down to the inscriptions, symmetrical layout and imperial color scheme.

    Accommodation: ger camp. (B+L+D)

    Day #21 Drive back to Ulaanbaatar
    Have a lunch on the way. Take a rest in Ulaanbaatar.
    Accommodation: In our guesthouse  (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
  • Number of people Price (per person/ per day)
    1. Group with 6 person 45 USD
    2. Group with 5 person 50 USD
    3. Group with 4 person 60 USD
    4. Group with 3 person 70 USD
    5. Group with 2 person 90 USD