Experience Mongolia – Classic 7 Nights

7 Nights  –  from AUD $2,199.00

Travel to the heart of Mongolia for eight days of discovery in the Orkhon Valley where you’ll stay as close as possible to the nomads of Mongolia. Discover Przewalski’s wild horses, visit the former capital of Mongolia Kharkhorin and Erdene Zuu Monastery, and ride a camel along the sand dunes of Elsen Tasarkhai. We drive total 1300km and cross central Mongolia.



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Vacation Style:

Classic Adventures

Activity Level

Balanced 4/8

Group Size

Small Min 2, Max 12

Booking Options

Dates *

Room Accomodations *

Pay a deposit of $800.00 per item


Upon arrival at the airport, we will meet our driver. The driver will bring you to the hotel, to settle in. After lunch is time to discover the Mongolian history in the wonderful National History Museum. The museum has three floors about Mongolia’s rich, glorious, violent and noble past, from the creation of the great Mongolian Empire by Genghis Khan till the time under Soviet Union and Modern era. We will then explore the centre of Ulaanbaatar. For instance, Genghis Khan Square and the House of Parliament.

Accommodation at Platinum Hotel

( D)


Journey to Kharkhorin, the former capital of Mongolia. The legendary city of Genghis Khan was founded in 1220 and was one of the main stages of the silk road. The Mongolian Empire was governed from this city until Khubilai Khan set up the capital elsewhere. Today, there are only a few signs left over from the former capital.

In the afternoon we visit Erdene Zuu Monastery, built in 1586 by a nomad prince. The Chinese and Tibetan-inspired buildings are surrounded with 108 sacred stupas. We also visit the Museum of Kharkhorin.

Accommodation Gaya’s Ger guesthouse or Anja tourist camp.

(B, L, D)


Journey to Orkhon Valley. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the valley is the land of nomadism and many breeders set their summer camp there.

Visit the Tovkhon Monastery. Vehicles cannot go to the top of Öndör Ulaan Hill so we will walk until there to discover Tovkhon Ermitage, where Zanabazar, the first religious leader of Mongolia created the Soyombo alphabet. The monastery is located 2312 meters (1,44 mile) above the sea level and from there we’ll have a wonderful view of the whole Khangai range. We’ll also have a picnic here with an exceptional view facing Orkhon Valley.

Accommodation Guest Ger with Family

(B, L, D)


From the Guest Ger you will board your steed and ride horse to the as Ulan Tsutgalaan falls. You may also get the chance to help herd sheep and yaks with local nomads.

Ulan Tsutgalaan falls translates to white flood flowing on the black stone, transformed in the rainbow by a short sun ray. These 16-metres (52,49 feet) falls are pure magic! They were formed 20.000 years ago, as a result of a unique combination of earthquakes and volcano eruptions.

If horse riding doesn’t interest you, then there is plenty of hiking trails, swimming spots, or you can just hang out with the nomads and learn about their way of life.

Accommodation Guest Ger with Family

(B, L, D)


Today we drive to the Tsenkher Hot Springs, which is one of the largest hot springs in Mongolia with a temperature of 86 degree. The hot spring is used for relaxing and restoring your health, great for fixing all those horseback riding pains after the Orkhon.

Accommodation in “Altan Nutag” tourist camp

(B, L, D)


From Tsenkher we drive to the splendid rocky formations of Khogno Khan. We will discover the parks: semi desert steppes, taiga, stunning rocky formations, and 80-kilometres (49,71 miles) long sand dunes. The area is nicknamed Mini Gobi.

You will also get a chance to ride the Mongolian two hump camel to the sand dunes of Elsen Tasarkhai

Accommodation, guest Ger with a family or tourist camp

(B, L, D)


Journey to the Khustain Reserve that houses the Perzawalski (takhi). We’ll walk until the river where they drink, and observe them in their natural habitat before we drive back to Ulaanbaatar. Once back in the city you will be free to roam around the city and visit the markets.

Accommodation at Platinum Hotel

(B, L, D)


After breakfast enjoy your last moments in Mongolia as the day is yours until we transfer you to the airport for your scheduled.


Itinerary is subject to change at any time 


What’s included in this tour:

  • 3 nights in 4* hotel in Ulan Bator, breakfast included
  • 2 nights in comfortable yurts camp with warm showers
  • 3 nights in a host family, in guest yurt
  • Speaking English Guide/cook/
  • Local guides for the treks
  • Entrance fees for the parks and museums indicated in the program
  • Petrol
  • Journeys in Korean 4WD jeep with Air con + driver or Russian van
  • 5L of drinking water per person a day
  • Horse treks
  • Camel trek

What’s not included in this tour:

  • Round-trip airfare from home country
  • Extra drinks or dishes during meals (1 drink included in meals)
  • Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, etc)
  • Tips for guides and drivers
  • Passport and visa costs
  • International transport
  • Medical and trip insurance
  • Airport taxes, excess baggage charges, evacuation costs

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  • You will spend some nights in traditional gers. These gers are designed for families and multiple people to share. As such, as are not able to provide single or double private accommodation. You will share with other members of the group.
  • While staying with nomadic families, it’s possible that we will not have any running water or electricity. We will do our best to make this experience as cozy, comfortable and authentic as possible, and will provide relief by mixing in some nights at tourist camp gers.
  • Optional single supplement fee of $350 (only applies to the nights in Ulan Bator and where possible in the tourist camp gers)

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