Wild Mongolia: Immerse in Nomadic Culture
It doesn’t get rawer or more remote than Mongolia, the world’s least populated country. But with singular experiences to offer the reflective traveller like a 3D2N nomadic migration adventure on horseback and foot, to camping with eagle hunters in the steppe, these are just two reasons why you should pack for the “Land of the Blue Sky” now before it gets crowded. This 10D9N trip also begins and ends in Ulaanbaatar, a city that is fascinating to explore and is constantly evolving.
This journey outline is by no means fixed. As the traveller takes centre stage in our planning – from the type of lodging to daily activities – your journey will be crafted to suit you.
Ulaanbaatar, Ulgii, Esik, Khairak Tobe, Khorimdik Valley, Akhsu Valley, Khoton Lake and Baga Turgen Valley.
May (3°C-15°C), June (8°C-20°C) and September (3°C-15°C).
From US$6,000/person for a group of 2 on a private basis, including double-sharing rooms/tents. Excludes flights.
As we’ll customise your journey based on your preferences and needs, please note that this indicative price is just a rough estimate. Prices can fluctuate depending on season, type of accommodation and activities/experiences chosen (private vs. shared) etc.
This journey outline is by no means conclusive. It is just a guideline and can be tailored according to your comfort level, interests and preferences for every detail from accommodation to activities.