2 Days cultural tour and stay in a ger at nomadic family
2 days fun with Terelj National Park, Genghis Khan statue visit, 13th Century National Park, Nomadic family visit
Day 1: Picked up at your hotel then we will travel about 1½ hours to the great statue of Genghis Khan. Next, we will go to 13th Century National Park. Getting to know and experience the Mongolian way of life, customs, traditions, and military activities of the 13th Century in its genuine environment is far better than watching it on TV. Then we will drive to the Terelj National Park. At the park we will go in the mountain side for visiting the local community. This community is lived here for centuries by their all generation herding livestock including horse, camel, yak, cow, sheep and goat. We will stay in the ger and host family will provide us extra ger and heat the stove with a fire.
Meals: L, D
Day 2: Today we will have fun activities. First we will learn more from the nomadic life then we will hike up to the Turtle Rock and "Ariyabal" Meditation Temple to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Then we will ride a horse for short time. Lunch will be at the local nomads. Then back to hotel.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel or designated meeting place
End location: Back to hotel or desired location including the airport
Duration: 2 days
Toyota Land Cruiser SUV vehicle with air conditioning and heating system
Private SUV transportation
English speaking guide
Reserved land entrance fees
All personal expenses
Additional tours to places not on the itinerary
Additional camel and horseback riding
I do not do hunting tours
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I spent an amazing time with Adiyabold for two days, visiting the statue of Genghis Khan, then the 13th century national park, and finally the telrej national park. We stayed with a nomadic family, sharing their customs and their home, and Adiya was so good, translating everything for me, including me in the conversation, as well as giving so much information on past and current customs of Mongolian people, so that I could immerse myself into the country. It was truly and exciting experience.