Mongolia

See The Real Mongolia. For the more adventurous Mongolia offers a complete spiritual experience. Take in the natural beauty of green mountain valleys, snow capped rugged mountain tops and glaciers or ride camels in the Gobi Desert. Mongolia provides us with these quintessential magical moments; which will never be forgotten.

There are frequent flight services from Australia to Ulaanbaatar which offer excellent one only transit connection at very reasonable prices.

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Tour TypeTrip NameNo. DaysBookingsPrices per person
Independent TourThe Naadam Festival11
Independent TourTreasures of Mongolia12
Independent TourThe Silk Road – On the Trail of Nomad Herders13
Independent TourNomadic Impression14
Independent TourHoly Altai Inspiring Trail14

The Nadaam Festival

Held each year from 11-13 July the Naadam Festival is Mongolia’s most famous, interesting festival and a national holiday. Attracting worldwide attention, its origin dates back to the great warriors’ period or the great Chinggis Khaan’s of the 13th century. Naadam means “Festival or feast of sports”. The festival is locally termed “Eriin Gurvan Naadam” meaning “Three manly sports”.  These three sports are: Horse racing, wrestling and archery. On this tour explore cultural heritage sites, see varied landscapes and learn traditional nomadic culture. Truly a photographer’s delight!

Itinerary: 5 - 12 July 2017  
Day 1: Welcome Ulaanbaatar

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar the capital city of Mongolia. Welcomed at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Some time for refreshments and relaxing then this evening you will enjoy a Traditional Art performance with Welcome Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 2: Khustai National Park

This morning we travel to Khustai National Park for 2 hours, about 100kms. After a brief presentation at the Information Center, we will explore the reservation area and look for wild horses – Takhi, better known as Przjevalski horses.
Hotel: Ger Camp, 7 nights

Day 3: Kharakhorum

Travel to Kharakhorum about an hour for 270kms. Visit the largest and first Mongolian Buddhist monastery Erdenezuu, built on the ruins of ancient capital city of the Great Mongolian Empire.

Day 4: Kharakhoruml

For these days, you will enjoy and experience the local Naadam Festival and its wonderful atmosphere of celebration with nomads.
The Naadam Festival, celebrated each summer, originated many centuries ago as a test of courage, strength, daring, horsemanship, marksmanship, all skills necessary for nomadic people and warriors. Three manly sports of Mongols: wrestling, horseracing and archery competition make up the core program of the Naadam Festival. The Naadam festival will be opened officially by the governor of the area and will continue according to the scheduled plan of events.
We will visit cultural sites around Kharakhorum and local historical museum. Enjoy traditional art performance. For dinner, we will have special dinner of “Khorkhog”, truly Mongolian barbeque, grilled with hot stones.

Day 5: Tsenkher Hot Springs

This morning continue to enjoy the events according to the schedule.
Late afternoon continue to Tsenkher hot spring for 120kms. The area is famous for its natural hot springs which reach +86.5 degree Celsius and its surrounding green forest area. Enjoy a hot spring bath!

Day 6: Tsenkher Hot Springs

Today we will take a short hike for 2-3 hours of neighboring forest mountain. In the afternoon we visit a yak herder nomad family and enjoy traditional hospitality. This evening take a hot spring bath.

Day 7: Orkhon Valley

Travel to Tuvkhun temple for 70kms. Located high in the mountain it marks the north side of the Orkhon valley. We will walk to Tuvkhun temple for 6kms and visit the site where the first Mongolian religious leader Saint Zanabazar founded in 1653. Here he lived, worked and meditated for over 30 years. Continue travel to Ger camp for 60kms. The Orkhon valley is well known as the cradle of Mongolian civilization as many of Mongolia’s ancient cultural heritages are found within its borders.

Day 8: Khognokhaan Nature Reserve

Travel to Khognokhaan Nature Reserve for 120km. The area has been protected since 1997 and covers 46900ha of beautiful granite mountain of Paleozoic age. Visit Erdenekhamba, a local Buddhist temple. Optional camel riding is available in the afternoon.

Day 9: Ulaanbaatar

Travel for 280kms to Ulaanbaatar about 5hours. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and transfer to your hotel. Some shopping for cashmere and souvenirs before your Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 10: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at leisure until transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Inclusions 
Meals: 11 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 11 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Minibus, 4WD Japanese Minivan.
Accommodation: 2 nights in Hotels & 7 nights Ger Camp Stay
Guide:Local English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Treasures of Mongolia

Travel through the legendary Gobi desert exploring cultural heritage sites and experience the Khongor singing sand dunes. Then see where dinosaurs once roamed before moving to the green steppes of the Orkhon valley. Here be immersed in nomadic culture and lifestyle as we meet with the locals. Taste traditional dishes, play Mongolian games, see Takhi – wild horses. This program is truly a treasure trove of Mongolian culture and tradition.

Best time to go: June – mid September

Itinerary  
Day 1: Arrive Ulaanbaatar

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar the capital city of Mongolia. Met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This afternoon we will visit the National Museum and Central Square. Evening enjoy a Traditional art performance and Welcome Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 2: Yol Valley

Morning transfer to airport for your domestic flight to Dalanzadgad town, the center of South Gobi province. Arrival and meet by your driver then travel to Yol valley (Lammergeier’s Gorge) about 45kms. This picturesque place is nestled between the beautiful peaks of the Gurvan Saikhan Mountain, shelters rich wildlife. Visit Gobi museum and hike along the valley for 2-3hours.
Hotel: Ger Camp, stay 7 nights

Day 3: Khongor Sand Dunes

Travel to Khongor sand dunes for 180kms. Known as the Singing sand dunes, the Khongor dunes are up to 300ms high, 15kms wide, and 180kms long. Enjoy climbing Golden sand dunes. The view is incredible from the top of the dunes.

Day 4: Khongor Sand Dunes

Today we will visit a nomad family and have a chance to see nomadic life in the Gobi. You can taste traditional dairy products as made of camel cows’ milk. Enjoy camel riding for an hour then move back to Ger Camp.

Day 5: Bayanzag

Continue to Bayanzag for 170kms. Here we will see saxaul forest in the Gobi desert and red flaming cliffs, which were formed by the erosion of the sand and rock over many thousands of years. This is the place where dinosaurs once lived 70 million years ago and is internationally famous for its dinosaur remains of complete skeletons, eggs and hatchlings of the Cretaceous Period.

Day 6: Ongi

This morning travel to Ongi temple ruin for 140kms. This afternoon we explore the area where ruins of ancient temples are situated. Visit a small local temple and meet with monks.

Day 7: Orkhon Valley

Drive to Orkhon valley for 5-6 hours, about 240kms. We leave the Gobi behind and enter to the forest mountain and steppe zone. Finally reaching your Ger camp in Orkhon valley.

Day 8: Kharakhorum

Travel for 100kms to Kharakhorum, the ancient capital of the Great Mongolian Empire where Chinggis Khaan established his headquarters in 1220. We will visit Erdenezuu monastery, the largest and first Mongolian Buddhist temple complex built on the remains of 16thcentury Kharakhorum city. Then we visit a local historical museum and cultural heritage sites around the town.

Day 9: Gurvanbulag

Continue travel to community based Ger camp at Gurvanbulag county of Bulgan province for 100kms. Here we have an opportunity to learn and experience more in-depth about nomadic lifestyle and culture. Visit a nomad family and enjoy their hospitality. Taste traditional dishes and play Mongolian games. Enjoy the horsemen show how the nomads train untamed horses.
Hotel: Community based Ger Camp

Day 10: Khustai National Park

Travel to Khustai National Park for 200kms. On the way, visit Khar Bukhiin Balgas, the remains of an ancient fortress of nomad tribes dated back to 10th century. Continue our drive to Khustai National Park. Visit the Information Center for an introductory presentation. Travel in the park to see the Takhi wild horses in their natural wilderness environment.
Hotel: Ger Camp

Day 11: Ulaanbaatar

Today we will travel for 100kms to Ulaanbaatar. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel. There will be time for guided shopping, cashmere and souvenirs. This evening enjoy your Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 12: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at leisure until transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Inclusions 
Meals: 11 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 11 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Minibus, 4WD Japanese Minivan.
Flight:Flight Ticket: Ulaanbaatar - Dalanzadgad
Accommodation: 2 nights in Hotels & 9 nights Ger Camp Stay
Guide:Local English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

The Silk Road – On the Trail of Nomad Herders

Ride camels over sand dunes, trek through beautiful green valleys to the nomads. Learn to tame wild Prezawalski horses, before actually riding with the locals. Trek through Khuisiin Naiman Nuur Nature reserve, include Orkhon valley and even Khustai National Park and its wild horses. Also trek in the Khustai National Park. An amazing “soft adventure”.

Best time to go: June – mid September

Itinerary   
Day 1: Arrive Ulaanbaatar

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia then transfer to your hotel. After a refreshment break, start a sightseeing tour to visit the Central Square of Ulaanbaatar and National Museum. Enjoy a traditional art performance and Welcome dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 2: Khognokhaan

This morning travel approx. 280kms to Khognokhaan mountain Nature reserve. Afternoon arrival and meet with your local guide who is a camel breeder. You are welcomed and invited to his Ger/Yurt for offering of nomadic drinks and dairy products. This is followed by a brief instruction for riding Mongolian two humped Bactrian camels. You will get acquainted with the camels and tacks. Enjoy 2hours warm up ride in the valley through the natural trail along the mountain.
Hotel: Tent, 2 nights

Day 3: Khognokhaan

After a hearty breakfast, pack up and continue the camel trek. Enjoy a day camel riding for about 5-6hours along the sand dunes and mountain valleys for 25-28kms. This evening our camel men and camels will leave the camp and go back to Khognokhan mountain. Tonight we marvel at the night stars.

Day 4: Gurvanbulag

Today continue your trekking adventure on foot to the nomad community in the valley of Gurvanbulag county. Here the landscape is incredibly beautiful with rolling steppe surrounded by sand dunes and rocky mountains. The trek will take about 3-4hours for 15-18kms. Afternoon arrival at a community based Ger camp where we take a rest and refreshments. Evening enjoy and practice traditional games and archery. For dinner, you will have “Khorkhog”, which is a real Mongolian barbeque with meat and vegetables grilled with hot stones then singing and dancing around a bonfire.
Overnight: Community based Ger Camp

Day 5: Kharakhorum

This morning you will have an opportunity to visit a nomad family and learn more in depth about the nomad lifestyle. Then enjoy a demonstration by horsemen to realize how Mongolian skillful cowboys catch horses by “uurga” – traditional wooden lasso and training an untamed horse that has never been ridden before. Attend a brief instruction on riding Mongolian horses, enjoy horseback riding for 1 hour. Afternoon we will continue travelling about 95kms to Kharakhorum. This city was founded in 1220 by the third son of Chinggis Khaan and destroyed in the 14th century. Later it rebuilt as a first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. We will visit the Buddhist temple complex of Erdene Zuu and Historical museum.
Hotel: Ger Camp

Day 6: Orkhon Valley

This morning we travel to Orkhon valley for 120kms. On the way, we will see Orkhon waterfall which was formed by a combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes some 20000 years ago. It cascades down from a height 27 meters. The Orkhon River is the longest in Mongolia and begins at the state worshipped mountain of Suvraga Khairkhan in the Khangai mountain range. Continue your drive to Tsagaannuur valley for 15-20kms. In the afternoon meet with your local assistants for trekking. They will take care our luggage, camping equipment and food provisions for transporting by pack yaks. No vehicle will be supporting our trip for next four days. Then trek about 3hours until arriving at the campsite nearby to Khurdet Mountain.
Hotel: Tent, 3 nights

Day 7: Khuisiin Naiman Nuur Nature Reserve - Khukh Davaa Valley

After another hearty breakfast in the morning, we will trek through the Khuisiin Naiman nuur area for 18kms. Trek to the Amgalan mountain pass then continue through the Tsagaan Azarga valley. On the way, we will cross the river with our horses. Camp nearby Khukh Davaa.

Day 8: Khuisiin Naiman Nuur Nature Reserve - Shireet Tsagaan Lake

Today we will be trekking to Shireet Tsagaan Lake for 15-16km. Shireet Tsagaan is the largest lake of Khuisiin Naiman Nuur Nature reserve. Tonight camp north side of the lake.

Day 9: Khuisiin Naiman Nuur Nature Reserve - Shuranga Rock

Today we will trek for 12kms around the lake and surrounding area. Cross over the Shireet mountain pass then meet with our drivers. After packing up our luggage onto vehicles, we move for 10kms to a community camp. Arrive at the community camp and enjoy a rest.
Hotel: Guest Ger

Day 10: Khujirt

Travel for 280kms to our next destination in Orkhon valley where we stay at eco Ger camp nearby to Khujirt resort. On the way, we will pass the center of Uyanga and Zuunbayan counties. Late afternoon rest then take a short hike.
Hotel: Ger Camp, 3 nights

Day 11: Khustai National Park

This morning we drive for 310kms to Khustai National Park which covers about a 50,620 sq km area for the preservation of wild horses (known as the Prezawalski horse) and other wild animals, pray birds and rich flora of the steppe zone. Visit the Information Center for an introductory presentation of the National Park.

Day 12: Khustai National Park

Today you will enjoy a full day trekking at the park, along the valley and cross over hills and forested mountain. You have plenty of opportunities to encounter wild horses and other animals such as herds of deer and marmots. At the end of your trek you will be taken by car to Ungut, a cultural site with ancient statues.

Day 13: Ulaanbaatar

In the morning, we will travel for 100kms to Ulaanbaatar. Later afternoon we will visit Zanabazar’s Fine Art museum, shop for souvenirs and cashmere. This evening enjoy a Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 14: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at leisure until transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Inclusions 
Meals: 13 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 13 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Minibus, 4WD Japanese Minivan
Accommodation: 2 nights in Hotels, 2 nights in Tents, 7 nights Ger Camp Stay
Guide:Local English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Nomadic Impressions

This program concentrates on meeting with nomads and learning their nomadic lifestyle as well as exploring local heritage sites. Enjoy the varied landscapes and wildlife. There is opportunity to ride camels over sand dunes, horses and even a yak.

Travel to Ugii Lake, then visit a nomad family and enjoy their unique traditional hospitality. You can interact with the nomad people, Enjoy their hospitality and taste unconventional, home-made dairy products.

Best time to go: June – mid September

Itinerary  
Day 1: Welcome to Ulaanbaatar

Met on arrival at Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, then transferred to your hotel. At leisure to rest, freshen up and relax. This evening enjoy a traditional art performance and a Welcome Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised, 2 nights

Day 2: Ulaanbaatar

Today we take a city sightseeing tour including a visit to the Gandan Monastery, the centre of Mongolian Buddhists where you can see the statue of the biggest standing Buddha in Mongolia. We also experience a ritual by the monks. Then move to the Central Square and National Museum.

This evening enjoy an optional visit to the Ulaanbaatar Opera House. If an opera or ballet is scheduled during the time you are visiting Ulaanbaatar, don’t miss a good opportunity of being introduced to Mongolian classic arts. The scheduled performance is to be checked, according to the date of travel.

Day 3: Khustai National Park

This morning we travel to Khustai National Park for 2hours, about 100kms. After a brief presentation at the Information Center, we explore the reservation area and look for wild horses – Takhi, better known as Przjevalski horses.
Hotel: Ger Camp, 7 nights

Day 4: Khustai National Park

Day to learn more about the wildlife of the Mongolian steppe. Enjoy about 3hours walk along the mountain valley to hilly terrain and encounter wild deer, gazelles, marmots and pray birds. The Khustai National Park covers 50620ha reserve area to protect not only wild horses, also many species of wild animals and birds. After a open air picnic lunch move to Ungut, a cultural heritage site where you can see statues of ancient nomad tribes.

Day 5: Khognokhaan Nature Reserve

Travel for 200kms to Khognokhaan Nature reserve. Check-in at the Ger camp then this afternoon we visit a camel breeder nomad family. Enjoy an hour of camel riding through the sand dunes of the Gobi landscape.

Day 6: Kharakhorum

Travel to Kharakhorum about an hour for 90kms. Visit the largest and first Mongolian Buddhist monastery Erdenezuu, built on the ruins of ancient capital city of Great Mongolian Empire. Explore interesting cultural sites around Kharakhorum. Visit local historical museum and marketplace.

Day 7: Orkhon Valley

Travel to Ulaan Tsutgalan for 130kms, known as Orkhon Waterfall it lies in the historically significant Orkhon Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The waterfall was formed by a combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes some 20000 years ago and cascades down from a height 27 meters. Visit a yak breeder nomad family and enjoy yak back riding.

Day 8: Tsenkher Hot Springs

Continue your trip to Tsenkher hot springs for 120kms. The hot springs with water at +86.5 degree Celsius is very popular in the area. Afternoon we take a short hike to forest mountain. In the evening enjoy taking a hot spring bath.

Day 9: Ugii Lake

Travel to Ugii Lake for 140kms, drive about 3.5hours. The fresh water lake has a surface area of 25000ha and is abundant with water birds and fishes. Walk along the lake shore for viewing bird species or enjoy swimming in the lake. Optional boat trip is available.

Day 10: Gurvanbulag

Travel to nomad community in Gurvanbulag county of Bulgan province for 60kms. Arrival and welcomed at the community based Ger camp. Afternoon, visit a nomad family and enjoy their unique traditional hospitality. You can taste unconventional home-made dairy products. Interact with nomad people and get more intimate with their nature hugging lifestyle. Enjoy a lesson on “Shagai”, traditional game which use ankle bones of sheep and goats and play different games by Shagai.
Hotel: Community based Ger Camp, 3 nights

Day 11: Gurvanbulag

Today you will experience more in depth the traditional lifestyle and culture of the nomadic families. Try your hand at milking cows or mares and learn how to process traditional dairy products such as “Aaruul” - dried curds, “Byaslag” – Mongolian cheese. This afternoon we enjoy a short hike to a neighboring mountain for panoramic views over the valley. For dinner, you will have a special meal, "Khorkhog", which is a real Mongolian barbecue, meat (mutton) and vegetables are grilled with hot stones.

Day 12: Gurvanbulag

Today is for learning more about Mongolian horsemanship and the horse based culture of nomads. Visit horse breeder family/fast horse trainer and horseback riding. You will have instruction on riding Mongolian horses, then ride /learn to ride/ through wide open steppe. Afternoon you will enjoy nomad community’s horse show, how nomads catch horses with their handmade “Lasso” and train an untamed horse.

Day 13: Ulaanbaatar

Travel to Ulaanbaatar city for 280kms. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and transfer to your hotel. Time to visit city shops and malls. Tonight enjoy a Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 14: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at leisure until transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Inclusions 
Meals: 13 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 13 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Minibus, 4WD Japanese Minivan
Accommodation: 3 nights in Hotels & 10 nights Ger Camp Stay
Guide:Local English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Holy Altai Inspiring Trail

On this adventure of a lifetime we explore the mountainous regions of Western Mongolia. Enjoy breathtaking scenery, discover ancient archeological sites, walk on a glacier and mix with the locals. Climb to the top of Malchin Mountain which rises to 4051m above sea level, then to ancient rock art gallery’s, a UNESCO World heritage site with thousands of petroglyphs spanning the past 8 to 10,000 years. Also learn the unique traditions of ancient Golden Eagle training for hunting.

Best time to go: June – mid September

Itinerary  
Day 1: Ulaanbaatar

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia then transfer to your hotel. After a refreshment break, start a sightseeing tour to visit Central Square of Ulaanbaatar and the National Museum. Enjoy a traditional art performance and Welcome dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 2: Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

In the morning transfer to the airport for a 2 hour flight to Ulgii town, the center of Bayan-Ulgii, the westernmost province of Mongolia. Here meet with your driver and local service team before heading towards Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, today travelling for approx. 100kms
Hotel: Tent, 11 nights

Day 3: Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

This morning continue our drive to Altai Tavan Bogd for another 140kms. On the way we see ancient deer stone statues and archaeological burial sites. After reaching our camping spot nearby to Tuvan ethnic nomads, enjoy a short hike to a neighboring “mountain”. This evening meet with your local assistants who move the entire luggage, camping equipment and food provisions ready for transporting by pack camels, rented from the local people. No vehicle will be supporting our trip for the next seven days.

Day 4: Altai Tavan Bogd National Park - Potanin's Glacier

After a hearty breakfast, we trek to the Tavan Bogd Holy Mountains. Enjoy extraordinary views of the Mongolian highest mountains and glaciers while trekking about 4-5hours for 16kms of moderate walk through slightly sloping passes. We reach the base camp spot on the edge of the Potaniin glacier (altitude app. 3100m above sea level).
Accommodation: Tent, stay 2 nights

Day 5: Altai Tavan Bogd National Park - Potanin's Glacier

Today we climb up to the peak of Malchin Mountain, that rises to 4051m above sea level, the lowest peak of Tavan Bogd Mountains. This mountain lies along the borderline of Mongolia and Russia and offers a spectacular view over the Potanin glacier and the snow peaked summits of Altai Mountain Range. Trek back to the base camp.

Day 6: Shiveet Khairkhan Mountain

Trekking for 18kms along the Tsagaan River through stunning valley we reach the Shiveet Khairkhan Mountain, sacred to local people and boasts many herds of wild goats (ibex). Then visit a Tuvan nomad family. Altitude app. 2500m above sea level.
Accommodation: Tent

Day 7: Khar Salaa Valley

Trekking today for 20kms along the mountain valley of Khar Salaa. Most interestingly explore deer statues and thousands of petroglyphs spanning the past 8 to 10,000 years, holding the secrets of ancient civilizations of nomadic people. On the way you will also enjoy beautiful small lakes, home to many different species of water birds. Altitude approx. 2450m above sea level.
Accommodation: Tent

Day 8: Bear Valley

Trekking to mountain pass Takhilt about 7-8kms. Crossing over the pass will require quite a lot of effort when it is covered with snow. Continue the trek for about 10kms through a beautiful valley called Baavgait (Bear). Altitude app. 3300m above sea level.
Accommodation: Tent

Day 9: Small Lakes

Trek for 16-18kms to your next camping spot where you will take in fabulous views of the lakes. Altitude app. 2200m above sea level.
Accommodation: Tent

Day 10: Khoton Lake

On the last day of our trek we cover about 25kms, reaching to the most beautiful Lake Khoton. Enjoy a miraculous view of the reflection of surrounding snow peaked mountains in the lake. Here you will be registered at the Border military base of Aral Tolgoi. Altitude app. 2200m above sea level.
Accommodation: Tent, stay 2 nights

Day 11: Khoton Lake

Today we will explore another cultural site with hundreds of petroglyphs. Visit to a Kazakh nomad family to learn more about their lifestyle and unique tradition of Golden Eagle training for hunting. In the afternoon we rest at the campsite while enjoying the breathtaking scenery, you will have an opportunity to learn how to make Mongolian dish and playing traditional game.

Day 12: Ulgii Town

Morning we will say goodbye to our local mountain guide, camp assistants and pack camels. Continue on travel by car to drive about 230kms to Ulgii town.
Accommodation: Ger Camp

Day 13: Ulaanbaatar

Transfer to local airport for the flight to Ulaanbaatar. On transfer to your hotel. Time for shopping for souvenirs and cashmere before your Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: To be advised

Day 14: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at leisure until transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Inclusions 
Meals: 13 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 13 dinners
Transport:Airport Transfers & Minibus, 4WD Japanese Minivan
Flight:Flight Ticket: Ulaanbaatar - Ulgii - Ulaanbaatar
Accommodation: 2 nights in Hotels, 10 nights in Tents, 1 night Ger Camp Stay
Guide:Local English Speaking Guide
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary