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The right kind of leadership is key to a successful adventure. All of our staff are carefully selected and trained to ensure that you are in the best hands, leaving you free to sit back, relax and enjoy your adventure travel holiday.
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Take your time and see the best a country has to offer. Something to bear in mind –Mongolian tour overland adventure tours are designed to let you enjoy the very best that has to offer.
CULTURAL TOURS, Journey to UNESCO World Heritages
Nomadic life thrives in summer and survives in winter. Considering climatic conditions, especially during winter, such lifestyle may seem to the outside world to be a very hard way of living. However, Mongolians have developed for centuries such qualities as strength and resilience that are essential for survival in this harsh nature, which is their cherished homeland. Mongolia is the land of the horse. Any nomad can ride as well as he or she can walk or run. Small Mongolian horses are incredibly resistant. They live all year around in semi-wild herds, gathered only for the draft and the capture. They are partially watched over by herdsmen to defend only against the wolves in winter. A Mongolians are still roam¬ing the vast grasslands with no fences and living in the traditional felt covered gers. For 3,000 years, the “five animal” people of the steppes have adopted a pastoral way of life moving in the search of best pas¬tures and in step with seasonal changes. They live by their livestock known as the five muzzles that include horses, camels, sheep, goats, and cows.
On Horseback to the discovery of the Taiga
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar the capital city of Mongolia. Transfer to your hotel. City sightseeing tour including Chinggis Khaan square and National Museum. In the evening enjoy a traditional art performance and Welcome dinner. Stay overnight in the hotel. (B/D)
Tsagaan sar / Mongolian Lunar New Year event 2018
Celebrate Mongolian traditional New Year like Mongols with local herders on 15th & 16th Feb 2018. “Tsagaan Sar” /White Moon / takes place at the beginning of spring and is the biggest annual celebration in Mongolia. In collaboration with local nomadic families we have been organizing a “Tsagaan Sar” event every year in our Mongolian Secret History Travel Complex since 2008. The main purpose of the event is to promote the Mongolian Nomads’ way of life and their customs for celebrating the traditional New Year.
CAMEL FESTIVAL 2018
Everyone is getting thrilled about winter! Winter is the time for snow, chills, holiday season and fun! In Mongolia, however, there’s a bonus – exhilarating winter festivals! One of the festivals is the Camel Festival, held in the middle of the amazing Gobi Desert of Mongolia, and is already one of the most famous winter festivals in the world. This festival celebrates Mongolian camels, to conserve the 2-humped Bactrian camel species, pass the rich Mongolian camel breeding heritage to the next generation, and to promote winter tourism in Mongolia. Camel Festival is annually held in 6-7th March and the event will take place in Dalanzadgad town of South Gobi. It’s an entertaining 2-day of event that features various contests related to Mongolian camel culture and lots of local music and dances. Nomads from far and near wear their best deels (Mongolian traditional clothes) and ride their best camels to attend the festival as it’s their pride and a big celebration for them. During the festival, People from Gobi with camels prepare nice dress and traditional clothing to compete for best dressed and there are many kinds of competition among others and everyone in this festival are very satisfied every single programs by competing and involving.amel festival in Southgobi province Mongolia's two-humped Bactrian camel is nicknamed by local people the "Gobi Ship". It inhabits the Gobi desert in the southern part of Mongolia.
I think Mongolia is wonderful country with wonderful people who can be proud of their country. Good to see that Mongolian develop their country with saving their cultural treasures. I enjoyed experience of nomad life and visiting herder`s home.
It`s a great country with a great future ahead. It can develop to a touristic highlight in the world. Nature and the friendliness of the people everywhere we came.
Christa & David Mackinnon
We absolutely loved what we saw. A beautiful county and lovely people. Trip highlight was Gurvanbulag camp, horse show, visiting nomad family, camel riding and wildlife.
Amazing country and hospitality people I have ever met. Our stay at the community ger in Gurvanbulag was my highlight of the whole trip... Would I recommend this tour to other people – without a doubt YES!!
Mongolia is beautiful, diversity country with most friendly people. Highlights were our trip visiting to the nomad family, making fire at the Ger and all great nature views. The crew did very good, they always think of what`s the best for the client
Last summer my wife and I visited Mongolia and toured with your company. We had a great trip. If you are interested, I have a gallery of some photographs viewable at
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