On this trip you’ll enjoy the landscape of Mount Khogno Khaan Nature Reserve, and the sand dunes nearby called “Elsen tasarkhai”, learn about Buddhism and the history of Mongolia, and how we set up the Khustai National park. Furthermore, you’ll be able to experience typical nomadic family lifestyle and do horse and/or camel riding.
Accomodation:YESDuration:3 days, 2 nightsGroup Size:1-24Tour Distance:810 kmTour Operator:Idre tour
Ulaanbaatar-Khogno Khaan mountain - Terelj National park - Chingis statue complex - Ulaanbaatar
Visit Chingis Khaan Statue Complex, visit nomadic family,go horseback riding and camel riding for a couple of hours. Also, you'll be able to see semi Gobi, steppe, mountain of Khogno Khaan, Turtle rock in Terelj National park which is most visited area for people who don't have much time or someone just stops over in Mongolia.
Khogno Khaan mountain and Elsen Tasarkhai
We'll to drive to Mount Khogno Khan Nature Reserve. The mountain is home to hundreds of birds, deer, and gazelle. You'll be able to go hiking around the area or ride camel for a couple of hours to the small sand dunes nearby called " Elsen tasarkhai". Spend the night in a nomadic family ger.
Terelj National Park
We’ll drive to Terelj national park is one the of beautifull national park. National park is located 70 kilometers north east of Ulaanbaatar, in Hentii mountain range and borders the Khan Hentii Strictly Protected Area. Terelj is famous for its beautiful natural scenery, interesting rock formations.
Genghis Khan Statue Complex and Ulaanbaatar
We’ll drive to Genghis Khan big statue then drive back to Ulaanbaatar
The difference between comfortable tour and budget tour relates primarily to the accommodation type. Within a budget tour all accommodation will be with a nomadic family in their Ger. While a comfortable tour includes accommodation at Ger camps which are similar to a 3-4 star hotel standard. Finally the Mid-Range tour mixes Comfortable and Budget, where you will stay some nights in the traditional Ger with a nomadic family and others in a Ger camp.