June 1 - August 30

June 1 - August 25

July 8 – July 20, 2013

May 20 - September 20

June 1 - September 15

October 3 - October 8, 2013

June 10 - September 1

June 1 - September 15

June 1 - September 15

June 10 - September 1
Day Location Places to stay and visit


D 1


Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, transfer to the hotel, dinner and overnight at hotel.


D 2

Baga Gazrin Chuluu /365km/

Drive to Baga Gazrin Chuluu National Park Sightseeing around the area, visit picturesque place naturally existing in the middle of the Gobi and steppe rocky mountain Baga gazryn chuluu.Visit Sum khukh Burd-Historical site, Overnight in ger camp.


D 3-4

Tsagaan suvraga /240km/

After breakfast visit Tsagaan Suvraga, it is a fissure to the east from the top of slope mountain in the west with a steppe in the south. If you see the fissure, there are high mud columns with a far deep in the bottom. The gaps look like a mouth of a very big animal. From distance, Tsagaan Suvraga looks like a ruin of ancient town and buildings. There are images of person shooting an ibex from the archery, tomb of 32 human stones, petro glyphs of animals, cattle, Turkic script, different seals and images. There is also Horizontal Vertical Cave stretched over 70m.
Overnight in ger camp.


D 5

Yoll Valley- Hongor Sand dunes/245 km/

Drive to the southern Gobi, visit Yoll Valley( Vulture Mouth) it is more famous for it is dramatic and very unusual scenery, it is valley in the middle of the Gobi desert, with meters thick ice almost all year round small nature museum at the gate on the main road to Yolyn am has a collection of dinosaur eggs and bone, stuffed birds and a snow leopard .Look out for the remarkable petrified wood lying in front of the museum, from the museum the road continues for another 10 km to a car park. From there a pleasant free walk, following the stream, leads to a gorge full of ice. In winter ice is up to 10 m high, and continues down the gorge for another 10 km. It remains frozen for most of the year, except for about a month starting in late August. It is impossible to reach in winter. The surrounding hills offer plenty of opportunities for some good things, if somewhat strenuous day hikes. If you lucky you might spot ibex or argali wild sheep along the steep valley ridges. Overnight in ger camp


 D 6

Hongor sand dunes camel riding

Drive to Hongor sand dunes - the largest and most impressive sand dunes in Mongolia. Also known as the Duut Mankhan ( Singing dunes ) they are up to 300 m high 12- 25 km wide and 100 km long. The largest dunes at the north west corner of the range. You can climb to top of the dunes and slide back down that time sand dunes will make amazing nice sound. The vistas of the desert are awesome from the top of the sand dunes.


D 7

Bayanzag /150km/

Drive to Bayan Zag  In the early 1920 newspapers brought news of the discovery of dinosaur eggs in the southern Gobi Desert by American traveler Roy Chapman Andrews. This place known as flaming cliffs discovered by the palaeontologist, Roy Chapman Andrew. First dug in 1922, it is popular of dinosaur bones and eggs found in the area, which you can see in the museum of Natural History in Ulaanbaatar or mostly, in other museums around the world. It is classic desert of rock, red sands, scrub sun and awesome emptiness. Overnight in ger camp.



D 8

Ongi /190km/

Ongi monastery is located in Saihan Ovoo soum of Dundgobi province. One of the biggest monasteries in Mongolia, Ongi was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temple complexes on the North and South banks of the river Ongi. And its heyday, Ongi monastery grounds housed around 30 temples, 4 big Buddhism universities and over 1000 monks at a time.
During 1930s, communism spread throughout Mongolia. As part of their ideological campaign and rise to power, Communists arrested most monks. In 1939, the monastery was destroyed completely, over 200 monks were killed, and many surviving monks were imprisoned or forced to join the Communist controlled army. Other monks escaped certain death by becoming farmers and common workers.  In 1990, after the democratization in Mongolia, some monks returned to the monastery and began their Buddhist education as young children some 60 year prior.  At present, one temple has been fully rebuilt, small museums and ruins of the temples
Overnight in ger camp.


D 9

Khurkhree-Orkhon waterfall  /280km/

Orkhon waterfull, situated on the Orkhon river, which flows an incredible 1124 km to the north before it joins the mighty Selenge river. The waterfall, also called Ulaan Tsutgalan was formed by antique combination of volcanic eruptions about 20.000 years ago. It is magnificent, especially after some heavy rains. But the rains will also make the 82 road from Khujirt almost impassible; the river floods, the road is prone to mud slides and bridges often collapse. A little way downstream from the waterfall, you can climb down with pine trees, and is quite scenic from the bottom.
Overnight in ger camp.


D 10-11

Kharakhorin /135 km/ Erdene Zuu Monastery

A number of domestic and foreign scholars have investigated the site of Kharkhorin city since end of the 19th century. These investigations have revealed that in Kharkhorin there were palaces, temples, shops, military stores and residential quarters within a rectangular wall pierced by gates at each of the four cardinal directions. It is believed that Kharkhorin was founded in 1,220 when Chinggis Khaan sited his head quarters on the bank of the Orkhon river Thanks to monk Rubruck an envoy of French King Saint Louis who was received by Mangu Khan in 1256, we have following description of Kharkhorin. The city had two quarters artisan and trading. Then there were 12 shrines of various people, two mosques and one Christian Church. Kharkhorin was surrounded by an earthen wall, brisk trade was in progress at all the four gates. Before Tumen Amgalan Khan's palace Rubruck was amazed to see fountain in the shape of a huge silver tree. After Chinggis Khan's death building was completed by his son Ogedoo Khan but Kharkhorin was not the capital of the empire for long. Chinggis Khan's grand son Kublai Khan moved his court to Khanbalig (Now Beijing) Kharkhorin fell into decay never to regain it's one time grandeur Later destroyed by hordes of Manchurian soldiers. Whatever Kharkhorin's left was used to help build the Erdene zuu monastery.

Visit  Erdene Zuu monastery In 1586 when the Mongolian Khan Abtaisai returned home from his long pilgrimage to Tibet, he founded the first Buddhist monastery for it?s beauty it was named Erdene Zuu or Hundred Treasures. Erdene zuu was the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia It is surrounded by a monumental wall with 108 stupas measuring 400x400 meters. Each of the four sites of the wall has a tower gat. In 1792 there were 62 temples. 500 buildings with about 1000 lamas inside the surrounded wall. It houses considerable historical and cultural values  statues of deities, ritual masks and costumes, canvases on religious motifs, samples of mural and ceiling painting, articles, made by crafts men. Erdene-Zuu's temples were destroyed by the anti religious campaign of Stalin of the 1930s and an unknown number of monks killed. The monastery remained closed until 1965 when it was permitted to reopen as a museum.

Overnight in ger camp.


D 12

OgiI lake/85 km/

Ogii Nuur is a  1.387 meters sea level in Ogii Nuur Soum in Arkhangai province. It engages 27 square km of area, and has pure water. The lake abounds in various types of fish and birds, which creates a incredible natural beauty. It also provides a favorable condition for research work and traveling. For that Ogii lake attracts travelers, fishermen and nature researchers from Mongolia as well as from foreign countries.


D 13-14

Khustai /270km/
Wild Takhi horses

in 1993 the government founded the Khustain Nuruu Nature Reserve to preserve Mongolia's wild takhi horses and the steppe environment in which they live. Also known as Przewalski's horse (named after the Russian explorer), the takhi used to roam the countryside in great herds. In the 1960s they almost became extinct because of the poachers and livestock overgrazing. In the early 1990s, with assistance from international environmental groups, many takhi were reintroduced into their natural habitat of Khustain Nuruu and South Gobi areas. About 200 now live in this parks or in the wild. Overnight in ger camp.


D 15


Drive back to Ulaanbaatar. City tour and excursion. Overnight in hotel.


D 16 Departure   B
  • Baga Gazarin Chuluu National Park (Dundgobi province)
  • Tsagaan Suvraga -Historical site (Dundgobi province)
  • Yoll Valley –Hongor sand dunes-Bayan Zag –Gurvan Saikhan National Park (Umungobi province)
  • Ongi-Kharkhorin-Erdene Zuu –Historical site  (Uvurkhangai province)
  • Khurkhree-Ugi Nuur- Picturesque sites (Uvurkhangai province)
  • Khustai National Park –Wild Mongolian Horses (Tuv province)
  • Ulaanbaatar-museums, excursion and shopping
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