Chinggis Tours

Historic Route



    ►International airport - Chinggis Khaan International Airport, Ulaanbaatar city
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    ►At the airport, our guide pick you up and we head towards Zaisan Memorial, the natural highest point of Ulaanbaatar city. On our way back, we visit the Winter Palace of Bogd Khan
    ►In the afternoon, we move forward to the National History Museum and stroll around Sukhbaatar square, the central point of Ulaanbaatar city 
    (Museum: Mongolia’s wonderful National Museum sweeps visitors from the Neolithic era right to the present day. It’s UB's only genuine blockbuster sight, offering an unparalleled overview of Mongolian culture, ranging from stone-age petroglyphs and exquisite gold ornamentation to, arguably the highlight, the full gamut of traditional ceremonial costume – which unmistakably inspired the look of characters from the Star Wars prequels.)

    (Square: In July 1921 in the centre of Ulaanbaatar, Damdin Sukhbaatar (the ‘hero of the revolution’) declared Mongolia’s final independence from China. A square later built on the spot now bears his name and features at its centre a bronze statue of the revolutionary astride his horse. In 2013 the city authorities changed the name of the plaza to Chinggis Khaan Sq, but in 2016 Sükhbaatar's descendants won a court battle to restore the original name.)

    ►After lunch in Ulaanbaatar, we drive towards Tsonjin Boldog, a place where Genghis Khan's equestrian statute was built (Distance: 55km, 1h)
    ►After dinner at a ger-camp near Tsonjin Boldog, we call it a day and rest.
    ►B/F:                                       L: Local food                        D: Local food                           O/N: Ger camp       

Tsonjin Boldog - 13th Century Complex - Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur (Distance: 270km, Time: 4h 40min)
► After breakfast, we move towards Tsonjin Boldog to see the world's largest equestrian statute of Genghis Khan and then we drive to the 13th century complex
(The Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue, part of the Genghis Khan Statue Complex is a 131-foot tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback, on the bank of the Tuul River at Tsonjin Boldog, where according to legend, he found a golden whip. The statue is symbolically pointed east towards his birthplace.)

(The complex is established to show the 13th century lifestyles and culture of the Great Mongol Empire. Currently, there are 6 different camps and tribes of the empire and it is the only place you can visit the ancient micro kingdom of the 13th century and experience the genuine way of living and working during that time.)

► After lunch, we head towards the hometown of Genghis Khan, the Blue Lake of Black Heart
(The Blue Lake of Black Heart is the pointed topped mountain on the north side of the lake. Blue Lake is a very important place in Mongolian history particularly of Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan). Here Temuujin (Chinggis Khaan’s childhood name) was given the title, “Chinggis Khaan”, and was invested as a “The Great Khaan of all Mongolia” in 1189)
► After dinner, we return to our Ger camp and rest.
►B/F: Camp                                  L: Local food                        D: Camp                      O/N: Ger camp       

Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur - Baldan Bereeven Monastery (Distance: 60km, Time: 3h)
► After breakfast, we drive to Baldan Bereeven Monastery by passing through lake Khangal
(Baldan Bereeven Monastery is a Gelugpa Buddhist monastery located in the Baruun Jargalant River valley Umnudelger district, Khentii Province, Mongolia. First established in 1654, the monastery grew to be one of the largest and most important in Mongolia at its height in the mid 19th century, housing up to 8000 monks.)

(Khangal Nuur (Khangal lake) is a lake and is located in Umnudelger soum of Khentii province, Mongolia. The estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 1451 metres.)

► By lunchtime, we reach lake Khangal. Here, we explore the shore of lake. Then, in the late afternoon, we reach Baldan Bereeven Monastery
► After dinner, we have some free time. Then, we return to our Ger guest house and rest.
► B/F: Camp                      L: Guest house                    D: Guest house                       O/N: Ger guest house               

Baldan Bereeven Monastery - Batshireet (Distance: 80km, Time: 4h)
► After breakfast, we first explore Deer Stones in Dund Jargalant on our way. After that, we head towards Uglugch Wall
(Dund Jargalant - Deer stone. There are a few square tombs in the Dund Jargalant River valley of Umunudelger soum of Khentii province. There are five Deer Stones. Consider each of these monuments.
Deer Stone Made of a gray marble stone. 1.65 m high, 0.4 m wide, 0.3 m thick. On the front of the statue three, three on the right, four on the back and a total of seven large deer. On the right side of the statue, the carved image of the human head was engraved on the front of the wheel, a flat plane (mirror), the back of the stone there is a ring shape (sun), and the left side (above the belt) carved shield.)

(Uglugchiin Wall is located 45 km in south west of Batshireet soum center of Khentii aimag and 8-10 km from the delta of Bayan River and Uglugchiin River. It lies in a valley of Daichin Mountain and was built with skillfully piled stones without any clays and mud. It is a fortification from the 12-14th century it's 2.5-3m tall, 2.5m wide, and approximately 3 km long. It was supposed to serve as a standing place for archers) 

► We reach Uglugch Wall by lunchtime. After exploring the wall, we move forward to see Binder Cairn and Rashaan Khad
(Binder Cairn: This cairn of rock located on a special establishment built by shurgaag tree is situated in Batshireet Soum, Khentii province. To the southeast about 1 km far from the cairn, there is Rashaan Khad covered with various kind of stamp marks and ancient petroglyphs. These distinctive stamp marks and cave drawings belong to a different period of history. Drawings on the rock include ancient animals like a first mammal rhino, a lion, the most long lived huge mammal and an elephant. These drawings proved that ancient people living around the Khentii range 40000-14000 years ago had been living by hunting these animals.)  

(Rashaan Khad is situated near southeast end of Mount Binder in Batshireet Soum of Khentii province. Archeologists signify this complex which belongs to the period between Stone Age and the 16th century, as an important representative of memorials in eastern Mongolia. Surrounding area is full of cave paintings, various kinds of inscriptions, stone tools and graves of the Bronze Age, the Iron Age as well as the Hun period.)

► In the evening, we move to a ger-camp located 10 km away from Batshireet soum and have our dinner then rest.
 B/F: Guest house           L: Local food                      D: Camp                               O/N: Camp 


Batshireet - Binder (Distance: 60km, Time: 3h)
► After breakfast at the camp, we drive to Binder soum. En route, we explore the beautiful natural landscape of lake Onon-Tsagaan and Onon Khurkhiin Belchir
► After lunch, we move to see the Pinewood Forest in Yarguit Canyon over 10 km away from local downtown
► In the evening, we head to a ger-camp in Binder soum to have our dinner and rest.
►  B/F: Camp                       L: Camp                             D: Camp             O/N: Camp 

 Binder - Bayan-Adarga (Distance: 50km, Time: 2h)
► After breakfast, we drive to Bayan-Adarga soum. Today, we also see Huns tomb and Mongolian queens palace. 
► After lunch, we move forward to explore Buduun Nars and the Relic Tree.
► In the evening, we head to a ger-camp near the Relic Tree to have dinner and we have some free time for the rest of the day.
 B/F: Camp                       L: Camp                            D: Camp                               O/N: Camp        

Bayan-Adarga - Dadal-Deluun Boldog (Birthplace of Genghis Khan) (Distance: 80km, Time: 2h)
► After breakfast, we drive to Dadal soum in Khentii-province (the birthplace of Genghis Khan). Then, we visit Genghis Khan's Statue, a Rockpile of Delun Boldog, and Temujin's childhood museum. 
(Deluun-Boldog is a site located in Dadal, Khentii that is considered to be the birthplace of Genghis Khan. It is frequently referenced in Mongol folklore, has a sacrosanct reputation among Mongols, and is located in a rural area made up entirely of small towns and villages. A large statue of the Khan was built 1962 for his 800th birthday in 1162)

► After lunch, we could explore Yargait Canyon (optional) 
► In the evening, we head to a ger-camp to have our dinner and rest.
►  B/F: Camp                      L: Camp                             D: Camp                                 O/N: Camp 


Dadal - Deluun Boldog - Batnorov (Distance: 180km, Time: 3h)
► After breakfast, we drive to Batnorov soum
► After lunch, here, we explore the Father Rock
► In the evening, we head to a ger guest house to have our dinner and rest.
►  B/F: Camp                       L: Local food                     D: Guest house                       O/N: Ger guest house 

Batnorov - Chinggis city (Distance: 120km, Time:2h)
► After breakfast, we drive to Genghis city in Khenii-province
► We reach the city by lunchtime. After lunch, we visit Museum of Setsen Khan and explore around the city square
► In the evening, we head to a ger-camp on the slope of mount Gamal, 20 km away from the city, to have our dinner and rest.
►  B/F: Guest house              L: Local food                    D: Camp                                O/N: Camp 

Chinggis city - Ulaanbaatar (Distance: 340km, Time:2h)
► After breakfast, we move towards Ulaanbaatar
► We have our lunch on the way. Then, we reach Ulaanbaatar city by the late afternoon. After that, we have some free time to go shopping
► In the evening, we see a Mongolian traditional show at Tumen Ekh
(Mongolian traditional show at Tumen Ekh with folkloric dances, contortion, and of course khoomi, the overtone singing.)
► After the show, we have our last dinner together. Then, our guide escorts to your hotel.
►  B/F: Camp                       L: Local food                     D: Local food                         O/N: Hotel 4*

►After breakfast, our guide escorts you to Chinggis Khaan International Airport and that concludes our wonderful tour. 
(Don't forget to check your belongings before you leave the hotel)
 B/F: Hotel 4*                   L:                                       D:                                            O/N:





This price includes:

  • All transfers for arrival/departure
  • English speaking tour guide at all times (Other languages upon request)
  • All transfer & Transportation + experienced drivers
  • 10 nights’ accommodation;

     -  Good 4* hotel in the city – 1 nights, based on double/twin.

     -  Ger camps in countryside trip – 9 nights on share

  • All the meals as listed in the itinerary: Breakfast - 10, Lunch - 10, Dinner – 10
  • “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
  • 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
  • Personal equipments
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Sleeping bag
  • Optional activity cost
  • Single room supplement
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