A unique experience to feel like a real nomad exploring the ever-changing scenery of Mongolian wilderness at Terelj National Park within 1.5-hour drive from the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. Take this marvelous trip through a breathtaking landscape with magnificent mountains in the backdrop while the eternal blue skies are hugging you. This trip allows you to step back in time and explore the simpler and nomadic way of living as well as Mongolian culture. This horseback riding adventure includes well-trained horses and highly qualified trainers who will guide you throughout your unforgettable experience. At the end of the tour, sit down for a flavorful traditional Mongolian meal, complemented by smooth local beer and kumis. The number of guests is limited up to seven people to keep the experience as intimate as possible.
• 7 hours
Enjoy an unforgettable full-day trip to Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, which includes a visit to Genghis Khan Statue Complex. This is a unique chance to explore the best of Gorkhi-Terelj National Park that is the third largest protected area in the country and considered as one of the most beautiful places in Mongolia. Moreover, this trip includes a brief city tour, where you will learn a lot about food culture and cultural places. Explore all the best locations in Ulaanbaatar to make your trip to Mongolia as adventurous yet unforgettable as possible.
• 6 hours
Visit the Juyongguan section of the Great Wall, 37 miles (60 km) northwest of downtown Beijing. Visit to the Sacred Way leading to the Ming Tombs and Dingling Tomb, the only imperial tomb that has been excavated. Hotel pickup, transportation and lunch are included.
• 8 hours
Enjoy an outdoor hot spring in Jiuhua Villa, the largest hot spring resort in Changping district of Beijing, which is used to belong to the Emperor. Moreover, visit the Sacred Way leading to the Ming Tombs and Dingling Tomb, the only imperial tomb that has been excavated. In addition, see the Juyongguan Pass of the Great Wall, 60 km northwest of downtown Beijing. It is also the number one of the three Great Passes along the Great Wall.
• 10 hours
This full-day tour showcases the major sights of Ulaanbaatar including the Gandan Monastery, the Museum of Ethnology, Bogd Khan Palace, and Zaisan Hill. A cycle tour through the lanes and stalls of the lively Naran Tuul market, also known as the “Black Market,” is also a highlight. The tour ends with a stop at a local cashmere and wool factory outlet where you may purchase garments knit from the fine fibers of Mongolian goats. Lunch, bottled water, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
• 1 day
Are you familiar with the food of the nomadic herdsmen in Mongolian grasslands? If you would like to prepare traditional Mongolian food, join this three-hour tour for a feast of your senses.
• 3 hours
Mongolia's Naadam Festival, a national holiday and the largest celebration in the country, draws visitors from around the world for sports tournaments and cultural activities. The 3-day festival features traditional Mongolian sports like wrestling, horse racing, and archery. You'll delight in the opening ceremony, where dozens of artists and dancers perform wearing traditional, colorful outfits. Hotel accommodations and some meals included.
• 3 days
Get a fresh take on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, China's iconic Great Wall, on this 9-hour private tour from Datong. Explore the 16th-century fortress and garrison town at Deshengbu, then drive to Zhenchuankou, where you'll hike for two to four hours along the rammed earth wall.
• 8 hours
This 3-day tour covers the most popular attractions of Mongolia and provides you with comfort and peace of mind. Book this trip to immerse yourself in Mongolian nomadic culture and explore spectacular landscapes. You will visit Hustai National Park, Wild Horse Park, Bogd Khan Mountain National Park, Terelj National Park, and Genghis Khan's Statue Complex during the tour as well as visiting nomadic families!
• 3 days
See the classic sights of Ulaanbaatar on a private 9.5-hour city tour covering Gandantegchenling Buddhist Monastery, Genghis Khan Square, the National Museum of Mongolia, Bogd Khan Palace Museum, and Zaisan Memorial. This busy day also includes a Mongolian-style lunch at a local restaurant. If you would like to shop for cashmere or other products, this can be accommodated by the private guide.
• 9 hours