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 MONGOLIA DAY TOURS


If you are staying in Mongolia for short time and have interest in exploring the countryside and Ulaanbaatar, visiting to the nomadic families and making the horseback riding then this is definitely our day trips. The day trips are available from January to December and are ideally suited to groups of 1 to 15 people who don’t have that long to spend in this wonderful country.


KHUSTAI NATIONAL PARK TOUR

It is true that the Khustai National Park is the home to wild horses called Przewalski horses or takhi, in Mongolian. However, it is not true Przewalski horses is the only attraction of the Park. Because the Park occupies such a vast territory, there is ample opportunity for various outdoor activities such as Takhi and bird watching, hiking, horse or camel riding, photo shooting and visiting ancient artefacts there.

TERELJ NATIONAL PARK AND CHINGIS KHAAN STATUE TOUR

Terelj National Park, where the nature is articulated in great combination of sheer granite mountains, open fields and river. Visit to the tallest horseman-statue in the world, dedicated to Mongolian legendary emperor. We will have chances to visit to Nomadic family, make horse riding and small hiking to the Arayabal mediation temple and take photography. 

ULAANBAATAR CITY TOUR

Ulaanbaatar (Улаанбаатар), also known as Ulan Bator or simply just UB, is the capital of Mongolia. With a population of around 1.3 million, it is the largest city in Mongolia, standing as its political, commercial, industrial and cultural hub. For business and pleasure trips alike, you will find yourself coming to the city at least once. Knowing and exploring the city properly can help you understand the country’ history and its wonderful people. One will often see the past and the present are still living side by side.
We will visit to Gandan Buddhist Monastery, Museum of Natural History, Bogd Khaan Palace museum and Sukhbaatar square