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Contrasts of Mongolia – 8 Days

The southern Gobi Desert and the Khuvsgul Lake in the northern Taiga area are both included in this guided trip of Mongolia. The locations were great contrasts (glaciers, waterfalls and hot springs). Explore the best-known Gobi attractions, have a Bactrian drive, observe wildebeest and raptors, and go ice walking in the Yol Valley. Afterwards take a flight to Khuvsgul Lake in the north, where you might tour historic monuments, go horseback riding or mountain climbing along the lake's banks, all while taking in the breathtaking nature environment. Spend the night in a luxurious ger with an ensuite. With just 8 days, discover all that Mongolia has to show.

This ultimate adventure vacation is a 12-day trekking journey. Visit the historic deer stones and petroglyphs in the Tavan Bogd National Park in western Mongolia, meet Kazakh and Tuvan nomads, and try to spot some of the area's rare species, such ibex and prey birds. On this thrilling journey, you'll cross mountain passes and glaciers, scale Mt. Malchin (4000m), stroll along Potanin Glacier, and spend your night in the wilderness as the load camels carry your supplies, rations, and luggage.

The festivals in Mongolia clearly show the people's unique indigenous culture, all to convey their connection to the green steppe, nomadic living, and hunting techniques in daily life. Coming to the golden week - golden eagle tour, you will have the distinctive opportunity to spend time in the Altai Mountains with a nomadic family in their ger, as well as next to an eagle hunter. Experience the nomadic lifestyle, learn about their culture, and participate in the annual Eagle Festival in Ulgii. During the holiday week, this trip combines exploration of Mongolia's amazing scenery, diverse cultural heritage and many other fantastic activities such as off-road driving, mountain biking, archery, Gyrocopter flight, and much more.

Prepare to explore the Tsaachin community on this distant excursion to the Siberian taiga near the Russian border, home to the Tsaachin, the last few remaining families of teepee-dwelling reindeer herders. Riding horses to get to their camp location, stay in Teepees, learn their culture, meet a Shaman and ride reindeer. This unique excursion will go to a distant area that is inaccessible by car, and all supplies, camping equipment, and provisions will be carried by pack horses. You will be accompanied by a cook and a local Tsaachin guide. Stay two nights at Lake Khuvsgul after returning from the Taiga.

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Orkhon River Rafting – 7 Days

Rafting is not for the weak-hearted, but it will provide you with the type of spine-tingling excitement that only close natural contact can provide. Experience Mongolian river resilience while admiring the scenery and the secret beauty that awaits your discovery. The purpose of this excursion is to learn about nomadic life and culture.

This fascinating journey allows you to see the traditional event known as the "Nomad Olympics" and puts you behind the cultural background of ancient traditions passed down from generation to generation for ages. The pleasure of watching hundreds of racing horses with their outstanding young riders, muscular wrestlers doing the "Eagle dance," and traditionally clothed archers drawing their bows and impressive competition of ankle bones shooting awaits you at the Naadam festival. But our journey does not stop there. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the training of racing horses as well as the preparation of wrestlers and the ancient archery method.

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Treasures of Mongolia – 12 Days

In this 12-day journey to Mongolia, the splendor of Mother Nature and nomadic culture collide! Spend your days discovering the Gobi Desert's Singing Dunes, dining al fresco at the Flaming Cliffs, touring the historic Mongol city of Kharakhorum, resting next to a yak herder family in the Orkhon Valley's UNESCO-listed nomadic heartland, and admiring the majesty of southern and central Mongolia. All ages and fitness levels are welcome on the well-paced Treasures of Mongolia trip, which includes lots of free time in the afternoons for hikes, mingling with the villagers, and relaxing