Festival and Events Tours



Discover the highlights of Mongolia and the Mongolian steppe. Breathtaking landscapes and the warm hospitality of the nomads will remain unforgettable. At the beginning of our trip, there is a special event: the Naadam Festival, the Mongolian National Festival consisting of three disciplines: wrestling, horse racing, and archery. Afterwards, we will discover a spectacular place where sand dunes, grass steppe, and rock formation are combined in a place. On the way, we’ll visit a famous waterfall of "Orkhon" and "Erdene Zuu" monastery, then we’ll take a bath at the lake "Ogii" and in spring water "Tsenkher". Also, we’ll see Przewalski horses in the Khustai National Park while they’re galloping through the steppe. This is a truly remarkable moment because they already extinct in the wild. At the end of the tour, we’ll visit the largest equestrian statue of "Genghis Khan" at Tsonjin Boldog.


    Check in to the hotel. After a rest at the hotel from a long flight, we’ll first drive to the viewpoint of "Zaisan Tolgoi" for sightseeing, then we’ll stroll through "Sukhbaatar" square, the central point of the capital, and we’ll walk around the city. Afterwards, we’ll conclude the day with a welcome dinner. (Accommodation: Hotel 4*. Meals: Dinner.)
his day is the most remarkable day for all Mongolians. It’s the day of national festival "Naadam". The origin of the festival possibly goes to the Klantreffen, which were social highlights back in the Middle Ages. The 11th of July was later rearranged as the National Day of Independence, moreover, commemorates the country's proclamation of independence in 1921. The Naadam festival consists of three disciplines such as wrestling, horse racing, and archery. Then we’ll see the opening ceremony at the stadium and after having lunch, We’ll drive to "Khui Doloo Hudag" outskirts to watch horse race and that will conclude the first day. (Accommodation: Hotel 4*, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
After breakfast, we’ll make our way to the magnificent rock formation of "Khugnu Khan" nature reserve. There, we’ll discover a semi-desert steppe. Astonishingly beautiful granite rock mountains and 80km long sand dunes are the characteristic of this dry area called "mini gobi". In the afternoon, we’ll walk to the "Erdene Khamba" monastery, which “Khugnu Khan” was constructed on the southern slope of the mountain in the 17th century. (Accommodation: Ger camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
This day, we’ll leave from the mini Gobi and move on to our journey to the green landscape of "Orkhon" valley. It encompasses extensive pastures on the shores of Orkhon River and numerous archaeological sites from the 6th century. 20000 years ago, an earthquake occurred which caused the formation of the famous waterfall "Orkhon" and the waterfalls from the height of 20m. The way to there will lead us to a fruity valley where a huge number of cattle like horses, sheep, goats, and yaks inhabit. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
After breakfast, we’ll move on to our journey to the "Tsenkher" hot spring. The spring water has healing properties, furthermore, is especially recommended for joint diseases and disorders caused by the nervous system. The spring water consists of sodium carbonate, hydrocarbonate, sulphate, fluorite and hydrogen sulphide. After the long hike from yesterday, we’ll enjoy a bath with spring water. There, you’re able to walk through the area. (Accommodation: Ger camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
This day we'll drive east to visit Kharakhorum, which is the former capital city of the Genghis Khan's Mongol Empire during the 13th century. Through its tolerant attitude towards to the new and unknown, its capital not only became the hub of the imperial administration and a center of trade and crafts, but also a melting pot of different religions, cultures, and people in the 13th century. After having lunch in Ger-camp, we'll visit the "Kharakhorum" museum and subsequently visit the "Erdene Zuu" monastery. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
In the morning, we'll drive to the lake "Ugii", the home of waterfowl and fish. On our way to the lake, we’ll visit "Hüshüü Tsaidam" museum, where excavations from the "Turkic" empire during the 7th century lies. After our arrival in Ger-camp, we recover from our long run. During our walk through the area, we’ll visit a nomad family to get to know about how their daily life goes. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
In the morning, we'll go to "Khustai" National Park. This is the habitat of the Przewski (wild horses), which also called "Takhi" in the Mongolian language. After having lunch in Ger-camp, we'll drive a bit through the national park. From the parking lot, we'll start our 3-hour hike to see the wild animals such as takhi, deer and groundhog. These critically endangered horses were expelled again in 1992. About 15 horses were brought over. Today there are over 400 horses in the national park. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
In the morning, we’ll start moving into the east to see the world’s largest equestrian statue. This place is also known as the uprising point of "Genghis Khan". Once we enter the equestrian complex building, a whip will catch your eyes first. This whip has a little backstory which Genghis Khan found a whip at “Tsonjin Boldog” on his way back home after he visited and gifted his Deel made of the sable fur to Tooril Khan of Keraites and asked for assistance. Finding a whip is considered as a lucky charm for Mongolians. Therefore, the largest equestrian statue was constructed on this location. At the lookout point, we can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of surroundings. After lunch, we’ll drive to Ger-camp in the National Park. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
After breakfast in Ger-camp, we’ll drive to a rock formation that’s very similar to turtle and then, we can go to “Aryaval” monastery on foot if you’d like to. Otherwise, we’ll get back inside the car and visit the monastery. The rest of the day is free at your disposal. (Accommodation: Ger camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
Return to Ulaanbaatar. On our last day of the trip, we’ll return to Ulaanbaatar. After lunch, we’ll visit the National History Museum to learn more about the history and culture of Mongolia. In the evening, we will watch folklore and lastly, we’ll have a farewell dinner. (Accommodation: Hotel. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.)
You will be free at leisure at your hotel or you may stroll around on your own until our guides escort you to Chinggis Khaan International Airport for your departure flight to your home. Your driver will assist you with flight check-in and luggage, and see you off at the point of security check. (Breakfast)



This price includes:

  • All transfers for arrival/departure

  • English speaking tour guide at all times (Other languages upon request)

  • All transfer & Transportation + experienced drivers

  • 11 nights’ accommodation;

         -  Good 4* hotel in the city – 3 nights, based on double/twin.

         -  Ger camps in countryside trip – 8 nights on share

  • All the meals as listed in the itinerary: Breakfast - 11, Lunch - 10, Dinner – 11

  • “Wonders of Mongolian Art” performance with Tumen-Ekh ensemble

  • Internal flights, free luggage allowance is 15kg

  • All sightseeing and entrance fees are mentioned as program

  • All service charge, local and Gov’t tax

  • Road & toll fees

  • Visa invitation letter if required

  • Complementary drink water during the tour

  • Camping equipments

  • Museums and cultural performance

  • Included all taxes

This price doesn’t include:

  • Visa to Mongolia (Get in advance)

  • International flights & Mongolia visa fees

  • Hotel early check-in and late check-out

  • Tipping and other personal expenses

  • Other services not mentioned in the itinerary

  • Excess luggage charges – 1.5$ per kg for internal flights

  • Travel insurance

  • Personal equipments

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Sleeping bag

  • Optional activity cost

  • Single room supplement

Festival and Events Tours