Sightseeing, indigenous experience by visiting local nomadic family, taste local cuisine, staying in comfortable Ger/Yurt camp
Terelj Natural Park is one of the closest from Ulaanbaatar and most major tourist destinations in Mongolia. Very convenient for the Trans-Siberian travelers. Stay in Mongolian Luxury Ger, hike and visit Buddhist Meditation Temple, World largest statue of Genghis Khan, visit local nomadic family, Mongolian traditional food, horse riding and hiking in the fresh air and nature.
Day 1: I will pick you up from your hotel at 9am or arranged a time. We will travel about 1½ hours to the enormous equestrian statue of Genghis Khan. Here we will learn briefly about Mongolian history.
Then we will drive to the north for Terelj Natural Park and visit one of the local nomad families' ger. Here we will talk to the family and learn from their lifestyle, children's game, traditions and nomadic culture. The host family will cook for us traditional Mongolian food for lunch.
Stay at Alungoo Luxury Ger Camp.
After breakfast, we will have some fun activities. First, we will hike up to the Turtle Rock and "Ariyabal" Meditation Temple to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Then we will ride a horse for an hour in the green field. Lunch will be at the Ger-Camp. The afternoon we will drive back to the Ulaanbaatar. We will watch Mongolian traditional music and dance concert tonight.
Meals: BF, L
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Please send me your hotel address or a place to be picked up
End location: Please send me your hotel address or a place to be dropped off
Duration: 2 days
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Estimated Local Cash Needed
250000 MNT - Just for estimation in case you need for souvenir or snack etc
I do not do hunting tours
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A very well planned and organised tour. We visited the awe inspiring Chinggis Khan equestrian statue, various types of gers, stayed overnight in a ger at the Red Rock resort in the stunning countryside, climbed turtle rock, visited the nearby meditation monastery and then trekked on a Mongolian horse - all in just 2 days. Adiyabold had a great knowledge of Mongolian history as well as the recent social and political changes in Mongolia over the last century - his strong English made it fascinating.