Ulaanbaatar, Uran Togoo, Khuvsgul Lake, Arkhangai, Ulaan Tsutgalan, Uvurkhangai, Umnugobi & Yoln Am
This year we thought we would introduce something new and exciting for Southeast Asia! Mongolia is a land of mystery, relatively untouched by Western travellers. However the beautiful local nomadic people, traditional yet still comfortable accommodation (stay in a yert!), and breathtakingly unique scenery make it a destination that everyone should visit! From deserts to waterfalls, camels to reindeer, the natural highlights and wildlife on this trip will definitely make it one to remember. We have stayed true to our high standards by using high quality (sometimes themed) accommodation, and most of your meals are included so you sample delicious local cuisine.
Day 01: Arrive Ulaanbaatar (-/-/-)
On arrival in Ulaanbaatar you will be met and transferred to your hotel for the night. Enjoy a tour of the city.
Day 02: Ulaanbaatar – Uran Togoo (B/L/D)
Travel to Uran Togoo Mountain, an extinct volcano in northern Mongolia.
Day 03: Uran Togoo – Lake Khuvsgul (B/L/D)
Continue to Lake Khuvsgul, near the Russian border. The lake is surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges. In winter the lake freezes over and an annual ice festival is held in early February.
Day 04: Lake Khuvsgul (B/L/D)
Today you will visit the Tsaatan families, who are reindeer herders. You will also be able to enjoy the lake (swimming, fishing), hike amongst the mountain ranges, and possibly go horseback riding.
Day 05: Khuvsgal Lake – Arkhangai (B/L/D)
Travel to Arkhangai Province, where you can hike and climb the picturesque area around Khorgo Volcano. The area is rich in wildlife and lush forest is abundant.
Day 06: Arkhangai – Ulaan Tsutgalan (B/L/D)
The Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall is one of the most amazing natural attractions in central Mongolia. You will enjoy trekking by horse in the surrounding valley and staying with a nomadic family.
Day 07: Ulaan Tsutgalan – Uvurkhangai (B/L/D)
Drive to Kharkhorum and take a tour of the city. The city is the ancient capital of the Mongol Empire and home to Mongolia’s first Buddhist Monastery.
Day 08: Uvurkhangai (B/L/D)
Enjoy a relaxing day in the nomadic land.
Day 09: Uvurkhangai (B/L/D)
Wander through one of the largest monasteries in the country, and learn about its tragic history.
Day 10: Uvurkhangai – Umnugobi (B/L/D)
Depart Uvurkhangai and drive to Umnugobi, where you enter the Gobi Desert. This area is famous for its golden sand dunes and the Flaming Cliffs.
Day 11: Umnugobi (B/L/D)
After breakfast you will travel to the most beautiful sand dune in the Gobi Desert, the Khongoriin Els. Here you can experience camel riding and climbing the Singing Dune.
Day 12: Umnugobi – Yolyn Am (B/L/D)
Continue to the deep and narrow ice gorges of Gurvan Saikhan Mountains in Yolyn Am. The valley is spectacular for taking photographs.
Day 13: Yolyn Am – Ulaanbaatar (B/L/D)
Travel back to Umnugobi then transfer to Ulaanbaatar by domestic flight. Enjoy free time on your last day in Mongolia.
Day 14: Depart Ulaanbaatar (B/-/-)
Your last morning is free at your leisure until it is time to transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
Number of Days 14
Price From $4699
6th June – 19th June
4th July – 17th July
1st August – 14th August
19th September – 2nd October*
Princes are based on Low Season (01/06/2021 – 31/10/2021). *Surcharges apply for other periods.
13 nights good quality (4 star) accommodation with daily breakfast
Full board from days 02 – 13 inclusive
Tipping for guide and driver
All transportation, daily tours and admission fees
Professional English speaking local guides
International Airfares and taxes
$ Price (Twin Share)
From $4,699 per person (land only, low season)