• Explore authentic nomadic culture
  • Home stay  with real nomadic family
  •  taste organic dairy products AND local foods
  • Explore untouched beautiful natural landscape of Mongolia
  • Make dairy products by yourself
  • Be part of daily nomadic life that lives up to today  /herding livestock, milking cows and mares, make dairy products …etc/
  • Tsonjin Boldog, the biggest statue of Chinggis Khaan 



DURATION: 6 days / 5 nights

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 4 pax (minimum) - 10 pax (maximum)

SEASON: May to October


Nomadic culture has survived for real, only in Mongolia unlike in other places where traditional way of life is artificially arranged to be shown in the special tourist spots. In this 21st century of science and technology in Mongolia you can see the real people living their everyday life in the nomadic way of life that has been unique since before the Mongol empire ruled the world. They move for good pasture for the livestocks all year round, mostly unmotorized – meaning that horse and camel are still working as main means of transportation. Mongolians are known for their great hospitality so you can stay in nomadic family to witness this unique life that is unlike anywhere else, includes diary-making, assembling and disassembling of their house called Ger (or yurt) in just an hour, which is shelter for Mongolians from freezing -40C in winter to +40 in summer.

Ulaanbaatar city tour – Gandan Monastery the main Buddhist center, Chinggis Khaan (the central) Square, National History Museum, and Traditional cultural performance
Breakfast. Drive to south-west direction toward Zuunmod where, within the protected area of Bodg Khan Uul, lies the Monastery of Manzushir. Founded in 1733 it was destroyed by the Stalinist purges, and only in recent years has started the restoration. Lunch at a restaurant in a ger camp. Continue the journey through the steppe. In the late afternoon arrival in Mt.Baga Gazaryn Chuluu, ancient shamanic site surrounded by impressive granitic relieves. It is also the site where two Buddhist monks lived in exile for years, leaving religious texts on some of the rocks. Lodge at the ger camp. Dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast with the local people. Continue experience the daily nomadic way of life.
After breakfast at host family, drive back to Ulaanbaatar. On the way to UB we’ll stop at Tsonjin Boldog, the biggest statue of Chinggis Khaan, with museum and observatory inside. Continue drive to Ulaanbaatar, have dinner and check in to hotel
International Departure on Day 5 or Day 6


  • Professional guide service at all times
  • Hotels in Ulaanbaatar based on twin/double occupancy
  • Home stay at Nomad family and Ger for overnights
  • Air conditioned Japanese 4x4 vehicle and fuel
  • Experienced driver
  • All mentioned meals in the itinerary
  • Museums and cultural performance tickets
  • All sightseeing and National park’s entrance fees
  • Horse and camel riding
  • 2 bottles of complimentary water per person per night and some snacks


  • International flights and trains
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Travel and health insurance
  • Hotel early check in and check-out charges
  • Few unmentioned meals
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Camera fees
  • snacks
  • soft and alcoholic drinks
  • some additional activity fees