Short tours


Lake Khuvsgul is Mongolia’s „Blue Pearl“, two kilometers above sea level, frozen from January until May, and located in the most northern province of Mongolia. Untouched by industry and modern urban life, the Lake’s water is unbelievably clear, and every detail of fish a dozen or more meters below can be seen. It is the second largest fresh water lake in Central Asia, containing two per cent of the world’s fresh water supplies with some 96 rivers flowing into the lake..


Mongolia's ancient capital, Karakorum, Chinggis Khaan's fabled city, was founded in 1220 in Orkhon valley, at the crossroads of the Silk Road. It was land of the Mongol Empire governed, until Khubilai Khaan moved it to Beijing. .


Dornogobi (Eastern Gobi) province located in the south-east of the country and bordering on China, is part of the Gobi desert belt. Sand dunes Burden Gashuun, Tsagaan Els and Tavan Tolgoi stretch along the borders of the aimag (province)..


Chinggis Khan’s fabled city was founded in 1220 and it was from there that the Mongol Empire was governed for 40 years until it was moved to Beijing. Following the move, and the subsequent collapse of the Mongolian empire, Karakorum was abandoned and then destroyed by Manchu soldiers in 1388. .


Gobi Desert is one of the world’s legendary places, feared as uninhabitable yet attracting travelers because it is so forbidding. It covers one third of Mongolia’s land area, and is fascinating for its geography, history and pre-history, plants, animals and human society.


Amarbayasgalant Khiid, the Monastery of Tranquil Felicity, is one of the three largest Buddhist centers of Mongolia. Built between 1727 and 1736, it is partly escaped the purges of 30s and was restored in 1980s. The monastery attracts the visitors by beauty of its unique style and surrounding area. Located in a beautiful valley Iven, nearby Selenge river. .


Mongolian nomads show One important part which tourists visiting Mongolia would like to see is Traditional living way of Mongolian nomads. We have commenced Mongolian nomads show in 2011 in order to create new and innovative show in the tourism sector of Mongolia. We have been offering travel through real Mongolian nomadic way of living and traditional custom and culture for the past period. .


This National Park is a fine example of the wide river valleys separated by hilly terrain that characterize forest steppe. There are dozens of wild animals such as wolves, deer, and Przewalski horse which was reintroduced in 1990 with a cooperation of the Foundation Reserves for the Przewalski Horse and the support of Dutch Government.


Inside the park, there are ranges of protected animals such as birds (250 species), moose, and bears. As it is become developed for tourism, some of the Ger camps have car parking and electricity. .


Terelj National Park is located at 65 km north east of Ulaanbaatar and recognized as a part of the huge Khan Khentii reserve and was established as a Strictly Protected Area in 1992. To the north-east, the park joins into the Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area, comprising over 1.2 million hectares of the Tov, Selenge and Khentii aimags..


Mongol Naadam Attend opening ceremony of the Naadam Festival plus a Naadam Gala Dinner and Folk Concert in the evening. The highlight of the Mongolian festival calendar, the Naadam Festival dates back several centuries and takes place each year July 11-13. Originally a test of a nomad’s aptitude, it requires strength, stamina, accurate marksmanship and skillful horsemanship. .


Tsetsee Gun is the Peak of Bogd Khaan Mountains, which had become the National park in the 18th century and recognized as the first in the world. The Mountains are good for trekking and rich in flora and fauna. .


13th century national park is 100km to east from Ulaanbaatar more than 2 hour’s drive will reach 13th century GREAT MONGOL EMPIRE. Here you should only abide our custom and ancient common law "Ikh Jasag"..


The Hustai National Park lies 100km southwest of Ulaanbaatar, and was established in 1993 to preserve Mongolia’s wild Takhi horses and the environment in which they live. This horse was unique to Mongolia where it existed until the 1960s.


The Chinggis Khaan Statue is 40M tall located on the back of Tuul river where according to the legend, he found a golden whip. Statue symbolically pointed east towards to his birthplace. There is cozy restaurant in the building below..


The Chinggis Khaan Statue is 40M tall located on the back of Tuul River where according to the legend, he found a golden whip. Statue symbolically pointed east towards to his birthplace. There is cozy restaurant in the building below.


Terelj is set in a spectacular valley only an hour’s drive from Ulaanbaatar. Visitors can view fascinating rock formations against a backdrop of pine-covered mountains and wander along the wooded banks of mountain stream. Guests can stay overnight in a snug Mongolian Ger (traditional Mongolian dwelling) or in cozy guest rooms. It is an ideal place for taking a trip on horse along the Tuul River or the valley and visiting a local family.


Start at 10am. Visit Sukhbaatar Square, Government House and Gandan Monastery. After lunch visit National Museum of Mongolia, War Memorial on Zaisan Hill for the full view of the city. Transfer to hotel. Price included: excursion as per itinerary, entrance fees to museums and monasteries, lunch, guide service and all transfers. .