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Mongolia 4 Day Tour

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Terelj National Park in Mongolia is a captivating travel destination that boasts expansive open landscapes and an enchanting nomadic culture. This unique park offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in Mongolian nomadic life by staying in traditional ger tents and engaging in activities such as horseback or camel riding. Additionally, Terelj National Park is conveniently located near other noteworthy attractions such as the Tsonjin Boldog statue, Khugnu Khan Mountain, Erdenezuu Monastery, and the historic city of Kharkhorin, which served as the capital of the Mongol Empire in ancient times. By exploring Terelj National Park and its surroundings, travelers can gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the rich history and cultural heritage of Mongolia.

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Stay at Tourist Camp
1pax:$330 per person per day
2pax:$205 per person per day
3pax:$185 per person per day
4pax or more:$165 per person

Stay at Nomadic Family
1pax:$270 per person per day
2pax:$155 per person per day
3pax:$135 per person per day
4pax or more:$115 per person pre day

Natural Turtle Rock in Terelj National Park: A large rock formation resembling a turtle located in Terelj National Park, Mongolia.

Day 1. Mongolia 4 Day Tour- Terelj national Park

One of the Mongolian tourists attract, Terelj National Park is a picturesque place of high granite cliffs that were eroded by the earth forces creating a magnificent landscape of granite tors as if sculpted by some giant sculptor. Terelj is only 65-70 km east of Ulaanbaatar. Let’s explore the extraordinary formation of rocks and stones; some of them look quite similar to giant turtles and after that visit one of a small Buddhist temples in Terelj national park. 

Activities: Hiking and horse riding

Chinggis Khaan Monument: A monument dedicated to the Mongolian emperor and military leader, Chinggis Khaan, located in Mongolia.

Next point: Chinggis Khaan Monument

Next, we will continue to the Chinggis Khan Statue complex is located in “Tsonjin Boldog,” a historical place where Chinggis Khaan found his golden whip. The statue created as a memorial to the Man of the Millennium “Chinggis Khaan.” The 40-meter high stainless steel statue of Chinggis Khaan on horseback is the largest of its kind in the world.

• Accommodation: Tourist Camp(L+D)

• Activities: Hiking, visiting museums and photo shooting

Semi Gobi: A region in Mongolia that is characterized by its desert-like terrain, but is not a true desert.

Day 2. Khugnu Khaan Natural Reserve

We will drive to the mountain “Khogno Khan” Nature Reserve. Once you reach the mountain, you will arrive at a nomadic family yurt in front of this beautiful forested rocky mountains. A mountain is a place of hundreds of birds, deer and gazelle. After we will go hiking around the area or to the small dunes nearby called “Elsen Tasarkhai”. 

•Accommodation: Nomadic Family or Tourist camp (B+L+D)

•Activities: Hiking, photo shooting, Camel riding

Erdenezuu and Kharkhorin: A historic monastery located in the city of Kharkhorin, Mongolia, which was once the capital of the Mongol Empire.

Day 3. 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: Nomadic Family or Tourist camp (B+L+D)

•Activities: Hiking, visiting a natural wonder and photo shooting

Nomadic herder: A person who practices a nomadic way of life, often traveling with their herds of livestock in search of food and water.

Day 4. Mongol Nomadic show

Following breakfast, our itinerary includes a visit to the Mongol Nomadic show, where we will have the opportunity to observe various aspects of the Mongolian nomadic lifestyle. Visitors will be warmly welcomed by the Mongolia Customs department and introduced to a Mongolian nomadic family, who will offer traditional food and beverages, such as dairy products, Airag-fermented mare's milk, and Mongolian vodka.

During the visit, guests will be entertained by a performance of the Morin Khuur (horse fiddle) and traditional Mongolian folk singing. Additionally, a small feast including singing, dancing, and a finger game will be offered, with guests being invited to participate.

Furthermore, guests will have the chance to observe the processing of diary products and vodka brewing, as well as participate in archery, national games (e.g., ankle bones), making felt, glazing, and even learn how to move with a typical stroller such as a cow carriage or yak cargo.

Following the show, guests will be transported to their accommodations. This itinerary includes breakfast and lunch.

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Mongolia tour includes
  • Transfers upon arrival and departure

  • English speaking guide at all times.

  • In the countryside, all lodging will be in ger camps and nomadic family’s Ger.

  • All meals are provided as stated in the itinerary.

  • Ground transportation: in the countryside by driven 4WD van, bus in the city area.

  • Park entrance fees

  • Horse and Camel ride

  • Sightseeing as per itinerary

  • 1.5 litre of drinking water per day per person

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Here's a list of exciting activities to do in Mongolia:

1. Visit museums and palaces in Ulaanbaatar to learn about the legendary Genghis Khan and watch history unfold.
2. Play traditional games using shagai or sheep’s bones while enjoying a cup of hot Mongolian tea.
3. Go horse riding in the wilds surrounding Lake Khovsgol and explore the sweeping grasslands along with the Tsataan tribes.
4. Enjoy the beauty of the Mongolian steppe countryside from the comfortable confines of a Trans Siberian train journey.
5. Hone your eagle hunting skills in the upper reaches of the majestic Altai mountain range.
6. Witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of national patriotism on display at the Naadam festival.
7. Take in the breathtaking view of the Flaming Cliffs, a wind-sculpted sandstone at Bayanzag in the Gobi desert.
8. Hike through the Khustai National Park and look out for Takhi or Przewalski horses, a species which was once extinct but now has been re-introduced to their habitat. 

Enjoy your time in Mongolia!

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