CULTURAL YET COMFORTABLE

Touch, taste, hear and smell the wild Mongolia but as well enjoying your cozy camp. Travel by jeep, horse and/or camel across the country, bathe in unpolluted rivers and lakes and witness the Naadam Festival where horseracing, wrestling and archery contests remind of the glory of Mongols.


The Lunar New Year Celebration

(5 Days)

The festival of the lunar New Year, Tsagaan Sar, is celebrated in or around February depending on the Mongolian lunar calendar. Tsagaan Sar, meaning White Month or Moon, is one of the main two big public annual events, next to the Nadaam. It marks the end of Winter and the beginning of spring and the new year´s cycle.

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Nomads Winter Events

(8 Days)

Each March Mongolians celebrate the Ice Festival around the lake Khuvsgul, legendary Eagle Festival and the Thousand Camel Festival in the Gobi desert. The festivals involve a variety of activities and competitions. The Ice festival is also a shamanistic ceremony offering fascinating insight into reindeer people's way of life. Historically, nomadic Kazakhs depended on Golden Eagles for hunting. The Thousand Camel Festival includes a camel race, a polo competition and performances of traditional music and dance.

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In search of Chinggis Khaan

(14 Days)

We will head east to Khentii Province, the homeland of Chinggis Khaan, the Mongolian founder and ruler of one of the world’s greatest ever empires – explore this wilderness on foot, horseback, and by jeep, eat food fit for an Emperor, and visit historical and religious sites, including the reputed burial ground of Chinggis Khaan himself.

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Path to the Ancient Civilization

(14 Days)

Marvel at the contrast between the ice gorge and sand-dunes of the Gobi desert, visit dinosaur excavation sites, and stay in gers, the traditional Mongolian circular, felt tents and visit the country’s most significant Buddhist temples. 

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Grand lakes and Monasteries

(14 Days)

The central and far northern of Mongolia is a remote and unique geographical area with a population of nomadic people equally as interesting and diverse as the land they inhabit. The landscape includes high mountain peaks, large lake basins, steppe grassland and desert sand-dunes. One of the main minority groups in this area is the Reindeer herder minority.

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Mongol Warriors Training

(9 Days)

In winter 2004, a BBC team in collaboration with of High and Wild carried out “Mongol Warriors training” program in the Khentii Mountain Ranges of Mongolia, which later featured a chapter ‘Tasting Warrior Life’ in the BBC book titled ‘Unforgettable Things To Do Before You Die.’

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Mongolian Classic Tour (Naadam)

(13 Days)

See Mongolia at its most vibrant during Naadam, the celebration of the three manly sports: wrestling; horse racing; and archery. Ride horses through the mountains of Terelj National Park , camping in tents, before returning to Ulaanbaatar to witness the opening ceremony and games of Naadam. Fly to the Gobi desert, stay in gers and explore dinosaur excavation sites. 

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Mongolian Classic Tour

(11 Days)

Marvel at the contrast between the ice gorge and sand dunes of the Gobi desert, visit dinosaur excavation sites, and stay in gers, the traditional Mongolian circular, felt tents. Ride on horseback through the stunning Khentii Mountain range, and visit the country’s 3 most significant Buddhist temples.

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Discovering Zavkhan Province

(14 Days)

Experience the life of nomadic horse and camel herders, the life of descendants of Chinggis in the pristine beauty of the country. Visit the place where desert borders lash green forests and where and where sand dunes embrace clear streams and lakes.

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Pioneering through the Wild West

(14 Days)

The far west of Mongolia is a remote and unique geographical area with a population of nomadic people equally as interesting and diverse as the land they inhabit. The landscape includes high glacial mountain peaks, large lake basins, steppe grassland and desert sand dunes.

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Beauties of Eastern Mongolia

(13 Days)

In May 2003 an exploration team of Nomads visited far east of the country and made a discovery: a wealth of thrilling landscapes, untouched nature, wildlife and the essence of nomadic hospitality. It is more than a pleasure to share our discoveries with travelers and adventurers!

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