From Genghis Khan’s capital to the reindeer herders
Our Central and Northern Mongolia tour brings you to unspoiled and famous destinations, home of nomadic families and their grazing livestock. Travel with us to discover wild and vast landscapes, nomadic life, wildlife, traditional culture and history of the country.
This tour starts with the visit of Mongolia’s wild horses at Hustai national park. The Takhi, the last species of wild horses in the world, can only be observed in the wild here in Mongolia.
Later, you will have the opportunity to experience camel riding in the Gobi desert and enjoy a small hike in the area. While heading towards the North, stop in Central Mongolia to visit Mongolia’s ancient capital, Kara Khorum, and the Buddhist Monastery Erdene Zuu. On your journey up North pause to hot springs, extinct volcanoes and, finally, the Great White Lake National Park.
At last you will reach the beautiful Lake Huvsgul and meet with the very special reindeer herders. You will have the chance to ask them many question about their lifestyle and enjoy meeting with their friendly reindeer. On the way back towards Ulaanbaatar, visit the Amarbayasgalant 17th century monastery, Uran Togoo extinct volcano and modern towns. Take breaks to visit nomadic families with whom you will share some milk tea.
Every night, you will camp in beautiful spots, free of people. You will enjoy the nice meals prepared by your guides and spend the evening playing cards, singing or relaxing.
Dates: 11 days / 10 nights