Overland Adventure
in South-North Mongolia

You will travel the wonderful country that the ancient and the current Nomadic people live. The country has the largest land per capita in the world.

On this adventure trip you can see all the things that are only possible to see in Mongolia, such as: the unique nomadic lifestyle, The Reindeer people, beautiful fresh rivers, lakes and waterfalls, the wonderful culturally significant places, the ancient Buddhist temples, inactive volcanos, Rare ancient dinosaur territory, the wonderful Gobi, the highest sand dune, rare wild animals, and you can breathe the freshest air. Every day you will see sunrise and sunset while traveling and resting in the quiet environment of wild steppe, a calming and fulfilling experience.

Covering distance: 3180km

Length: 17nights / 18days

Season: June-mid/September

Prices ex Ulaanbaatar: 2017

Group size: 2-12 people

US$ 2980 per person

Day 1 ARRIVING IN ULAANBAATAR

Learn about the last 800 years of Nomadic association’s Mongolia that The Great Chingis khan established. In the last 70 years the city has developed and you will be given a tour of the new city and an amazing traditional art performance in the evening. Hotel / D

Day 2 TRAVEL TO IKH GAZARIIN CHULUU

One of the only two open air theatres looking man-made but created by nature. A flat platform surrounded by cliffs, a rare and beautiful sight. For 270km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 3 TRAVEL TO TSAGAAN SUVARGA

An ancient place with unusual formations; it is said that the area used to be underwater. Visiting the place to get a chance to go     back to that era. For 240km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 4 TRAVEL TO YOL VALLEY

A gorge that is located in the Gobi Gurvan Saikhan (Govi Three Beauties) National Park, named of Yol bird (Lamargier) is an outlandishly beautiful place where wild animals live, rivers flow     and the Yol birds fly. For 200km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 5 TRAVEL TO KHONGOR
SAND DUNE

The highest peak is 200m, making it the highest Khongor sand dune in Mongolia. It presents rare and otherworldly views and is a favorite among tourists. For 180km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 6 TRAVEL TO BAYANZAG

Paleontological rare findings and fossilized dinosaur eggs were found in this area some 60-80 million years ago, the first time in the world. For 150km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 7 TRAVEL TO RUIN OF ONGI
MONASTERY

The ruin of one of the biggest temples in Mongolia previously inhabited by some 1000 lamas monks in the 19th century and destroyed during communist era in 1937. The temple is named “Ongi” as it is located on the Ongi river and surrounded with beautiful nature. For 150km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 8 TRAVEL TO ORKHON WATERFALL

One of the biggest waterfalls in Mongolia is Ulaan Tsutgalan falling down 25m in the Orkhon valley, a rare and favourite site among tourists. For 260km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 9 TRAVEL TO KHARKHORUM

The Tuvkhun Hermitage Monastery was the settled by the first Mongolian First Bogd Monarch Zanabazar in the 17th century. During 1585-1674, Erdene Zuu monastery was established on       ruins of Kharkhorum, the ancient capital of  the Mongol Empire.   For 150km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 10 TRAVEL TO TSENKHER
HOT SPRINGS

This natural hot spring erupts from underground with water of +85 degrees (+38 degrees of Celsius). Many tourists like to relieve their fatigue bathing in the hot spring. For 100km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 11 TRAVEL TO KHORGO-TERKH
NATIONAL PARK

There are many inactive volcanoes in Mongolia. The Khorgo volcano mountain erupted last around 8000 years ago. It is located next to the beautiful White Terkh Lake. For 180km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 12 TRAVEL TO KHUVSGUL LAKE

Deer stones that are related to a civilized memory of the Bronze Age. There are about 700 in the territory of Euro-Asia, about 550 are in Mongolia. Crystal Khuvsgul Lake is the deepest lake in Mongolia and it contains 1% of all the fresh water in the world. For 290km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 13 VISITING REINDEER PEOPLE

The reindeer people provide you with a stunning look at their way of life. A civilized population, with their own traditions, shamans, and herd the reindeers every season. Ger Camp / BLD

Day 14 TRAVEL TO URAN TOGOO

Selenge river delta forms the main tributary to Lake Baikal, which is included in the basin of Northern-Ice sea. For 380km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 15 TRAVEL TO AMARBAYASGALANT MONASTERY

The Amarbayasgalant monastery was established by the Mongolian craftsmen in 1726-1737. It is one of the biggest Buddhist temples in the country today. For 210km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 16 TRAVEL TO KHUSTAI
NATIONAL PARK

The Takhi is rare wild horse of Mongolia and are known as Przewalski’s horse globally. There are only about 400 living wildly   in nature of which about 300 takhi are in the Khustai National Park. For 320km / Ger Camp / BLD

Day 17 TRAVEL BACK TO ULAANBAATAR

Shopping for cashmere and souvenirsEnjoying farewell dinner.

For 100km / Hotel / BLD

Day 18 DEPARTURE FROM MONGOLIA

After breakfast you will be transferred from your hotel

to airport or train station. B

All accommodation (twin shared) hotels in Ulaanbaatar, Ger camp and Tent camping in the countryside. All surface transportation in the city and the countryside. English speaking guide service, field cook and all camping equipment. All entrance fees to protected areas and sightseeing costs (museums and concerts). All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner as listed in itinerary) and company souvenir presents.

International airfare or train tickets and visa fee, medical and travel insurance. Single room supplement and excess luggage charges. Sleeping bag, items of personal nature, and beverages and alcoholic drinks. All expenditure such as internet, phone, laundry, shopping, tips / gratuities, and optional activities.

Occasional flight delays or cancellations
Poor roads conditions
Adverse weather conditions