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Ideal for first-time visitors, this full-day sightseeing tour of Ulaanbaatar takes you to top attractions such as the Gandan Monastery, Mongolian National History Museum, and Bogd Khan Palace. At the end of the day, your experience culminates with a traditional Mongolian music and dance performance.
Even if you have only limited time in Mongolia, you can see multiple highlights with this full-day tour. Highlights include hiking in Terelj National Park, admiring the Genghis Khan statue, visiting the grantie formation of Melkhii Khad /Turtle Rock and Gunjiin Svm /Temple of the Peaceful Princess. There's also horseback riding and eating traditional Mongolian food.
If you would like to experience Mongolia, its culture, and country, Terelj is the perfect place to visit. One of many national parks in Mongolia, Terelj is a favorite among tourists and locals alike; its beautiful forests, plains, rolling hills, mountains, and rivers all make this park the definition of picturesque. You’ll be able to see the famous Turtle Rock – a giant stone formation, as the name suggests, in the shape of a turtle. Spend some time in a Mongolian Ger (yurt), ride the legendary Mongolian horses, and tour the pristine forests and plains that define the Mongolian country. No matter if you’re on a tight travel schedule or want to take your time, you can truly immerse yourself in the Mongolian experience with the Terelj tour.
This a full-day city sightseeing tour showcases the highlights of Ulaanbaatar including the Gandan Monastery, Mongolian National History Museum, Bogd Khan Palace, Mongolian traditional music and dance and many more. Your tour guide starts you from the main square, lively Naran Tuul market, also known as the “Black Market,” is also a highlight and concert. The Bogd Khan was the last empire of the Great Mongolia and we will visit his Winter Palace. The tour also with a stop at a local cashmere and wool factory outlet where you may purchase garments knit from the fine fibers of Mongolian goats is optional. Lunch, bottled water, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Naadam is a traditional festival in Mongolia held on 10-15th July in Mongolia. The festival is locally termed “Eriin Gurvan Naadam” means “The Three games of men” with Mongolian wrestling, horse racing and archery. Women have started participating in the archery and girls in the horse – racing games, but not in Mongolian wrestling. Naadam festival was registered to Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO in 2010.
Visit Khustai National Park and see its wild horses on this private overnight tour from Ulaanbaatar. In the company of just your party and a guide. Head deep into the park to see the Takhi-Przewalski horses in their natural habitat and spend the night in a traditional 'ger' tent. Meals included.
Even if you have only limited time in Mongolia, this day tour lets you see two top attractions in a single day. Journey to Terelj National Park where you will meet a nomadic family, eat Mongolian food, go horseback riding, and Aryabal meditation temple. You'll also visit the striking Genghis Khan statue complex, the world’s tallest horseman monument.
Ulaanbaatar is a city that represents a beautiful blend of cultural heritage and historical richness; a place definitely worth exploring. You will be immersed in Mongolian customs with the ways of life that are closely tied to ancient traditions. You will have the chance of a lifetime to explore the historic and attractive parts of the well-known city of Ulaanbaatar. As a part of your tour, you will visit some museums, concerts, some unique places and much more. If you desire to see this amazing city, then this tour is for you!
Even if you have only a short time in Mongolia, you can pack in multiple experiences with this overnight tour to Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, which includes a visit to the Genghis Khan Statue Complex. Learn to cook with a nomadic family, eat traditional Mongolian food, hike in a national park, spend the night in a traditional “ger” tent, and ride horses to Turtle Rock and Ariyabal Meditation Temple.