Snapshot of Mongolia

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Duration (in days): 5

From: Ulaanbaatar

To: Ulaanbaatar

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Mongolia spent most of the 20th century closed off to the world and is still considered one of the most remote and isolated countries. This is beginning to change however with more travellers journeying to Mongolia and experiencing what this unique country offers. This tailor-made itinerary gives you an opportunity to learn more about this remote and traditional country first-hand.

  • Visit Ariyabal temple in the Terelj National Park
  • Stay overnight in a traditional Mongolian ger camp
  • Travel to Baits & Berkh Mountain  to look for wild sheep
  • Shop for cashmere in Ulaanbaatar


Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar

On arrival into Ulaanbaatar you will be greeted and taken to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to settle in and explore before taking part in a traditional art performance and welcome dinner.

Overnight in a hotel.

Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Terlj National Park

Today you will travel 80km to the Terelj National Park. You will visit a landmark of the area, the turtle rock and the Ariyabal temple.

Tonight you sleep in a ger camp.

(A ger is a traditional Mongolian yurt – a felt lined large tent-like structure)

Meals Included: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Day 3: Gun Galuut Nature Reserve

Today you will journey 100km to the Gun Galuut Nature Reserve where you will find herds of wild mountain sheep (Argali) roaming, you will also get to see the statue complex of Chinggis Khaan situated in Tsonjin Boldog on the way. In the afternoon you will travel to Baits & Berkh Mountain.

Overnight in a ger camp

Meals Included: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Day 4: Ulaanbaatar

It’s back to Ulaanbaatar today with a 130km journey through the Mongolian countryside.

Once you are checked in and refreshed it’s time for a spot of shopping! Your guide will meet you and show you the best places for souvenirs and cashmere,

After a farewell dinner its overnight in the hotel before your departure tomorrow.

Meals Included: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Day 5: Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast you will be collected and transferred to connect with your onward travel plans.

Meals Included: Breakfast


High season in Mongolia runs from June to August. June and July experience mainly dry weather with some thunderstorms, with late August seeing cooler temperatures and more rain, it is best to pre-book flights and accommodation around this time. October to April is low season with most ger camps and some guesthouses closing, the weather is particularly cold in December/January and there will be lot of air pollution in Ulaanbaatar. Wind & dust storms are common in March/April and activities such as dog sledding, ice skating and skiing are popular. May & September can be a good time to go if you are on a budget as accommodation and plane tickets can be cheaper but be prepared for changeable weather.

Our itineraries are tailor-made to give you an idea of some of the possibilities in this vast country!  For you this means there are no date or time restraints as you are travelling independently.  We have the flexibility to tailor your trip around exactly what you enjoy so let us know your dates, what you like doing and where you like staying, and we will do the rest! 

What's included: 

  • All activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • 2 nights in 3* standard hotel – twin/double room
  • 2 nights ger camp stay
  • English speaking guide service
  • Entrance fees to protected areas
  • Sightseeing costs
  • All transfers by bus in the city and countryside
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary

Not included: 

  • International flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Water & Drinks
  • Meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Tips & gratuities


2 nights in a traditional Mongolian style Ger

2 nights in hotel style accommodation in Ulaanbaatar


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