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Looking for a thrilling lifetime adventure? Let’s slide on the frozen land of Mongolia for a unique winter experience. On our dog sled tour you will be exploring Mongolian nature, nomadic way of life and observe the wild fauna and flora of Terelj and Khan -Khentii National Parks. Guided by professional mushers, for beginners, adventure seekers or winter lovers, come and enjoy the peace and the fascinating atmosphere of Mongolia!
Terelj National Park is set in a spectacular valley with fascinating rock formations and pine covered mountains, where you can enjoy horseback riding, hiking and photo shooting. It's the ideal destination for ones who have limited amount of time to explore the country. On this tour we will take you to a nomadic family and go on horse to Turtle rock, 23m tall turtle shaped rock - one of the famous places in Terelj and hike up to Aryabal medication temple on the beautiful hillside.From the park we'll easily connected Chinggis Khaan Statue Complex. The statue is dedicated to Mongolian legendary emperor - Chinggis Khaan. It is 40m high and well known as the tallest equistrian stainless steel statue in the world. The museum inside the complex has exhibitions relating to the Bronze Age and Xiongnu archaeological cultures in Mongolia.
Even if you only have a day or two in Mongolia, you can still get out into the open spaces the nation is known for. This door-to-door tour of the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park brings you straight to the area’s signature experiences: Turtle Rock, a Buddhist temple, and the towering Genghis Khan Statue Complex. Along the way, meet a nomadic family, ride a camel, and enjoy an authentic lunch.
If you want to visit Mongolia but you only have a short amount of time, this is a great tour to take. Terelj National Park a great place to visit if you are only here briefly. After only a short ride from Ulaanbaatar, you are out enjoying our natural scenery – the open fields, the gorgeous mountains, and many others.On this tour we’ll take you for a ride on a horse, you’ll meet a nomadic family, and you’ll visit the tallest equestrian statue in the world. We pack a lot into this short trip so that you experience our lifestyle and that you want to come back again.
Combine two adventures in one on this full day excursion from Ulaanbaatar. First, visit the largest equestrian statue in the world at the Genghis Khan Statue Complex, where you can also take souvenir photos is traditional Mongolian clothing. Continue on to Terelj National Park, the most accessible natural area from the capital city. Have lunch at Turtle Rock and hike to Aryabal Monastery. Later, visit with a nomadic family before heading back to Ulaanbaatar.
Forgo the navigational challenges of self-driving Mongolia and discover the Orkhon Valley and the ancient city of Kharkhorin (Karakorum) on this 3-day guided adventure from Ulaanbaatar. Staying overnight in a ger camp, see the Orkhon Waterfall, ride a horse, tour the Tuvkhun Monastery, Erdene Zuu Monastery, and Kharakhorum Museum, and enjoy eight meals. It will be clear why these beautiful pastoral landscapes are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Explore the highlights of Ulaanbaatar on a full fay tour with a local guide. Start with a visit to the National History Museum of Mongolia, followed by a visit to Gandan Monastery, the most important Buddhist site in Mongolia. Fuel up with a traditional Mongolian lunch, then it's on to the famous Black Market for some shopping for everything from horse saddles to traditional Mongolian clothing. The finale is a visit to a local cashmere and wool factory where you can purchase garments made from the hair of Mongolian goats. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Mongolian shamanism is an all-encompassing system of belief that includes medicine, religion, a cult of nature, and a cult of ancestor worship. In 13th century, the leading shaman declared Genghis Khan the representative of Mongke Koko Tengri (the "Eternal Blue Sky"), the supreme god of the Mongols. With this declaration of divine status, it was accepted that his destiny was to rule the world. Religious tolerance was practiced in the Mongol Empire; however, to defy the Great Khan was equivalent of defying the will of God. Central to the system were the activities of male and female intercessors between the human world and the spirit world, Shamans (böö) and Shamanesses (udgan). Yet, they were not the only ones who could communicate with the spirit world. Nobles and clan leaders also performed spiritual functions and so did commoners. The hierarchy of Mongolian clan-based society was reflected in the manner of worship.
Enjoy the sort of local access and intimate insights that you only get on a private tour as you explore Ulaanbaatar’s Ger District—and so much more besides. Starting from your hotel, visit Gandantegchenling Monastery, then meet and mingle with Ger District residents as you tour their home. Your day also includes lunch and stops at Ulaanbaatar’s signature sights, among them the Bogd Khaan Palace Museum of Mongolia.
The tradition of hunting with Golden Eagle has been practiced by Central Asian nomads, Kazakh and Kyrgiz, for thousands of years. In 2008 this unique tradition of capturing, training and hunting was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. And now it’s your opportunity to join a Kazakh eagle hunter family and live with them in the High Altai mountains.
Take a half-day private tour from Ulaanbaatar to see the world’s largest tribute to equestrianism, the Chinggis Khan Statue. The drive to the national park takes about two hours, during which you can sit back and enjoy the views. Once at the monument, you’ll have time to explore the area and take photographs of the statue. You will also have the opportunity to try on traditional Mongolian garb and take souvenir photos (available for purchase) before returning to Ulaanbaatar.
In Mongolia, horses are considered spiritual animals. Find out why on this guided horseback day trip from a rancher’s “ger” camp to a historic Buddhist temple. Your guide will take care to match you to a horse that suits your skills, size, and temperament, making this trip suitable for all ages and levels. The day includes not only lunch but transfers direct from your door to the riding base station.
Enjoy a day trip in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia with Zendmen Travel to the Naadam Festival. The very significance of Naadam is to celebrate the independence of Mongolia with nomads ' sports competitions. This is a distinctive colorful celebration where you can participate in the morning's grand opening ceremony. Though the celebration of Naadam is held throughout Mongolia, the opening ceremony in Ulaanbaatar's main stadium is the largest off all ceremonies.
Mongolian Lunar New Year is one of the most important dates on the Mongolian calendar. For visitors, it can be difficult to have an authentic experience, but this tour offers the rare opportunity to experience Mongolian customs in the company of a nomadic family, staying in their home, playing traditional games, and wearing traditional dress.
Since Genghis Khan’s cavalry first swept across the steppes, Mongolians have been famed for their way with horses. Learn the role these animals still play in Mongolian life as you ride from a base station outside Ulaanbaatar to the mountainside ruins of Manzshir Monastery, an 18th-century Buddhist temple. Enjoy an authentic lunch as you soak up the magnificent landscapes with your guide at your side.
Set amid the Orkhon Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site, ancient Karakorum—Kharkhorin today—was Genghis Khan’s capital during the 13th century. Experience its historic charm and vibrant nomadic culture on this guided overnight tour, which includes meals. Tour the Kharakhorum Museum, visit 16th-century Erdene Zuu Monastery, and spend time with a family of horse-riding nomads—access you couldn’t hope to achieve independently.
This four-day tour reveals a handful of Mongolia’s highlights. With a local guide, explore Gobi Gurban Saikhan Mountain National Park, which is home to a variety of native wildlife and magnificent scenery. Then it’s on to the massive white sand dunes at Khongor to visit a nomad family and take a camel ride. Finally, visit the Flaming Cliffs, an area rich is dinosaur fossils.
Students of religion and spirituality won’t want to miss the Aglag Buteel Monastery, established in 2011 by the Buddhist artist and monk Purevbat. Make like a true Mongolian and spend the day here admiring rock carvings, exploring the area’s natural beauty, and learning how Buddhism is undergoing a revival as Communism fades. This door-to-door tour includes lunch, guiding, and entrance fees.
Discover the hidden sights of the Mongolian capital on this half-day tour and see attractions that many visitors miss. Enjoy a magnificent view over Ulaanbaatar from the Zaisan Memorial, explore the Bogd Khan Palace Museum and the State Museum, and learn about Tibetan-Mongolian Buddhism with a visit to Gandantegchinlen Monastery and a Buddhist University.
This tour offers you an insight into the real nomadic lifestyle including daily activities of Mongolian nomads, how they move from one place to another using ox carts, also the use of the 5 main livestock. The second part of the tour will allow you to explore the Mongolian steppe, wild animals roaming freely in their protected natural habitat, the safe haven of Khustai National park located 95km west of Ulaanbaatar city.
Known for its distinct tonality and otherworldly nature, Mongolian throat singing is an ancient art form and important aspect of Mongolian culture. Learn to do it yourself on this throat singing tour and lesson, learning to use your throat to create two notes at once. Tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off from Ulaanbaatar.
Day 1. Terelj National ParkOne of the Mongolian tourists attract, Terelj National Park is a picturesque place of high granite cliffs that were eroded by the earth forces creating a magnificent landscape of granite tors as if sculpted by some giant sculptor. Terelj is only 65-70 km east of Ulaanbaatar. Let’s explore the extraordinary formation of rocks and stones; some of them look quite similar to giant turtles and after that visit one of a small Buddhist temple in Terelj national park.Next point: Chinggis Khaan MonumentNext, we will continue to the Chinggis Khan Statue complex is located in “Tsonjin Boldog,” a historical place where Chinggis Khaan found his golden whip. The statue created as a memorial to the Man of the Millennium “Chinggis Khaan.” The 40-meter high stainless steel statue of Chinggis Khaan on horseback is the largest of its kind in the world.Activities: Hiking, visiting museums, photo shooting, Horse riding