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Mongolia Small Group Tours - 10 days 



We will discover there an eternally clear sky, blue mirages, In addition to that, golden sand and boundlessly expansive steppe lands, mountain sheep, wild asses, ibexes camels and gazelles flourish here, as do different types of flora. That is the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and let’s enjoy!



•    Pick you up from the airport.
•    Meet the guide and driver
•    Check-in hotel in the city center
•    Having traditional Mongolia cuisine and dishes
Back to the Hotel room
•    Accommodation: 4-star Hotel (Dinner)

Baga gazriin chuluu Mongolia

Day 2. Baga Gazryn Chuluu

We will drive to the beautiful Baga Gazariin Chuluu, and it is a local protected area. This is a picturesque granite mountain with an elevation of 1751 meters above sea level in the Granite zone of Mongolia territory. There are some interesting sites to visit: a Buddhist temple ruin used by the monks, a stone hole with spring water for the eyes and a small cave.

  • Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)

Activities: Hiking, visiting a historical place, photo shooting and discover nomadic life

Tsagaan suvarga

Day 3. Tsagaan suvraga (ancient sea shore)

We will drive to our next point. With its fantastic colour combinations, Tsagaan Suvarga or “White Stupas” is one of Mongolia’s most magnificent natural wonder. It is interesting to discover the scared cliffs of Tsagaan Suvarga, facing east from a distance it looks like the ruin of an ancient town or a complex of white stupas. Over a hundred thousands of years, the wind has carved this fantastic natural wonder. The cliff is 62 meters high and 400 meters wide. Tsagaan Suvarga was a sea bottom, and its eroded cliffs are rich in fossil seashells.
•    Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)
•    Activities: Hiking, visiting a historical place and photo shooting 


Day 4. ”Three beauty mountains” National Park

After breakfast, we will drive to the well know a place “Yoliin Am,” it is the narrow ice canyon of a river that flows through 2815 meters high of sea level Zuun Saikhan Mountains. The gorge sheered rocky walls with a height of about 200 meters high in the central part. This area has been protected since 1965 and has an area of 70 square kilometres. However, today “Yoliin Am” is one of the Strictly Protected Areas of Mongolia. 

  • Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)

Activities: Hiking, visiting a natural wonder, local handcrafters and some wild animals

Khongor sand dunes

Day 5. “Khongoryn Els” dunes

After breakfast, we will discover the beautiful Khongor Els Sand Dunes with an extraordinary length of 180 kilometres and 15-20 meters full lie on the northern part of the mountains of Sevree and Zuulen. The vast dunes are part of the desert zone that makes up around 3% of Mongolian territory. 
•    Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)
•    Activities: Hiking, visiting a natural wonder,camel riding and climb up to dunes

flaming cliffs

Day 6. Bayan Zag – “Flaming Cliffs”

After breakfast, we will drive to next point Bayanzag; it is located near the centre of Bulgan Soum, is internationally famous for the paleontological discovery of dinosaurs remains from the Paleolithic Era that includes complete skeletons, eggs, and hatchlings of the Cretaceous Period. Dinosaurs skeletons discovered here including Protoceratops, Oviraptor and the heavily armoured Pinacosaurus that were living 70-80 million years ago. Flaming Cliffs were found in 1922 by the explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, who visited in Mongolia. 
•    Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)
•    Activities: Hiking, visiting a natural wonder, climb up to cliffs, photo shooting and discover dinosaur eggs


Day 7. Ongyn Khiid monastery

After breakfast, we will visit the red canyion and drive to Ongyn temple; it was established in the 1760s by Bari Yonzon Khamba in a small mountainous bank area along the Ongi River. During that time, the monastery had over 1000 monks and a complex of around 30 temples. The Ongi temple is still active, but now only a few monks perform its functions. 
•    Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)
•    Activities: Hiking, visiting a natural wonder, climb up to                    cliffs and photo shooting

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Day 8. Erdenezuu and the Kharakhorum

The Kharakhorum was established in 1220 and was the capital city of the Great Mongolian Empire. Chinggis Khaan and his descendant Khaan Ugudei, Guyug, and Munkh lived here ruling the empire. Soldiers of the Chinese Ming Dynasty destroyed the town in the 14th Century. The ruins of Karakorum have been protected since 1961 and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Once we reach there, we will visit the “Erdenezuu” monastery to discover tombs, a temple, and a real Buddhist temple. After that, we will visit the Wall of the Mongolian Empire to learn information.  
•    Accommodation: Tourist camp (B+L+D)
•    Activities: Hiking, visit Kharakhorum and photo shooting


Day 9. Khustai National Park and Ulaanbaatar

•    Pick you up from the airport.
•    Meet the guide and driver
•    Check-in hotel in the city center
•    Having traditional Mongolia cuisine and dishes
Back to the Hotel room
•    Accommodation: 4-star Hotel (Dinner)



08:00 Breakfast at the hotel.

09:00 After breakfast, we will drop you off in the Airport.

Hotel Desk Check-In


  • Duration:  10 days tour, 9 nights

  • Group Size: 1-24

  • Tour starting time: 08:30-09:00

  • Breakfast: 08:30, Lunch: 12:00-13:00, Dinner: 17:30-18:00

  • Tour ending time: 17:00-17:30

  • Tour distance:  Distance 2300 km

  • Tour Operator:  Enza Tours LLC

  • Activities:  Horse and camel riding, hiking, visiting Erdenezuu temple , Kharkhorin museum and Khustai National park to see wild horses.

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Staying In The Tourist Camp (Accommodation with Hot Shower And Toilet)

  • 1pax:$290 per person and day

  • 2pax:$195 per person and day

  • 3pax:$175 per person and day

  • 4pax or more:$155 per person and day

  • You can mix nomadic family and Tourist camps so that prices will decrease

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