Explore Gorkhi-Terelj with a local guide!
Terelj National Park is the most popular destination and the third biggest protected area in Mongolia . The park is located 80 km away from Ulaanbaatar and is one of the most beautiful places in Mongolia. It is renowned for its unique rock formations and breathtaking sunsets.
Day 1: Terelj National Park trip
Pick up from your hotel in Ulaanbaatar at 9:30am.
Drive to Terelj
First visit to Turtle Rock formation - the symbol of the National Park.
Enjoy hiking to Ariyabal meditation temple - sits at top of the mountain.
Lunch at tourist Ger camp - located in the most spectacular spots in the National park,
Visit nomad family - experience nomadic life and enjoy tasting dairy products.
There is great opportunity to horseback.
Dinner and overnight at the Ger camp. (L, D)
Day 2: Chinggis Khaan's Statue Complex -
Explore the statue complex, good panoramic view from top of the statue.
Drive to 13th century theme park
Visit King Palace and wear Mongolian traditional dress
Lunch at King Palace
*Visit Shaman camp
*Visit craftsmen camp
Drive back Ulaanbaatar
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up from Hotel
End location: Return to Hotel
Duration: 2 days
Private Vehicle 4x4 SUV
Transportation with private vehicle
Accommodation at tourist Ger camp
All entrance fees as listed in the itinerary
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200000 MNT - There are no extra expenses required for this tour.
However I suggest that you bring some cash for your personal expenses.
Accommodation in Ulaanbaatar
Daily personal expenses
Travel insurance (trip, medical and personal)
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Naraa took us (an adult family group of 8) on an unforgettable two day journey in and around the Gorkhi Terelj National Park. There were some expected experiences ( camel rides, eagle holding, overnight in a ger with a local family, horse riding etc) but there were unexpected and for us unheard of experiences like a traditional lunch at The Kings Palace - a 20km drive off-road across no man's land with no sign posts or landmarks. Thank you Naraa.