Travel through the diverse desert, steppe and mountain landscapes in this Mongolian Adventure. Enjoy culture while visiting nomads and adventure with horse trekking, kayaking or even paragliding!
Available all year, from 5 days 4 nights
This budget Gobi Nomad Homestay Adventure will give you an in-depth insight into Mongolian nomadic culture while visiting all the famous Gobi Desert sight.
Next Departure: 22 – 26 Oct, and all year as private tour
Mongolia is one of the wildest places left on earth and is still the home to nomadic culture. You may glimpse a horse-man rounding up his herds or racing across the landscape. The best way to spend your short Trans-Siberian stopover in Mongolia is to spend it with the people who make the country truly special; the nomadic herders.
Available all year, 2-3 days
Why waste your Spring in Ulaanbaatar when you can go on a Spring Gobi Adventure and have a grand tour of all the famous Gobi sights in only 6 days, from sand dunes to dinosaur bones! Stay with nomadic families and see fluffy camels and baby animals. Group discounts guaranteed.
Dates: April 3-8, 2017 [Departure 1], April 10-15 2017 [Departure 2] (6 days)
Why waste your Spring in Ulaanbaatar when you can go on a Mountain and Desert Adventure and see a waterfall made of ice? Visit Orkhon waterfall, stay with nomadic families and see fluffy camels and baby animals. Group discounts guaranteed.
Dates: March 13-17, 2017 (5 days)
Discover the peaceful Mongolian Gobi environment and the warm hospitality of nomads. Bayangobi has a completely unique ecology, with mountains, sand dunes and freshwater marshlands (frozen during winter)! Ride a camel, climb on sand dunes and discover the hidden ruins of a 17th century monastery. You can also see the world’s only remaining truly wild horses at the world famous Khustai National Park.
Available: All year (3 days)
What could be a more remarkable adventure than visiting the Reindeer Herders of Mongolia during the magical and picturesque winter? This is a truly awe inspiring journey. The Reindeer Herders, or Tsaatan, live in the