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It is an opportunity to see three of the most famous attractions close to Ulaanbaatar during your short trip in Mongolia; awe-inspiring Erdenezuu Monastery, see wild horses roaming through holy hills of Hustai National Park and the feature of the Gobi desert in Elsen Tasarkhai.
Erdene Zuu Monastery
Hustai National Park-see the Asian wild horses
Elsen Tasarkhai sand dunes
nomadic family visit
We will pick you up from your accommodation, drive to Karakorum 360 kms mostly by paved road. On the way we will visit to Elsen Tasarkhai sand dunes, a unique place representing features of the Gobi desert and mountain steppes in a single area. Visit to the local camel herding family, experience their lifestyle, and enjoy the camel riding through the sand dunes. Continue driving to Karakorum, which was a capital of Chinggis Khaan's Great Mongol Empire in the 13th century. After the move of the capital to Beijing, and the fall of the empire, Karakorum was abandoned and then destroyed by vengeful Manchurian soldiers in 1388. Stay overnight in Ger camp.
Erdenezuu is the first and the largest monastery in Mongolia, was built using ruins of the destroyed city in 1586. See some valuable religious items in the temple museum and admire its stunning architecture. Visit to the working temple. Our today’s trip will continue to Hustai National Park. Arrive at the camp, visit to local Takhi museum and horse riding activity around the area. In the evening we will drive to a place where wild horses go down from mountains to drink water. Stay overnight in Ger camp.
After breakfast, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar around 100 kms. Transfer to your hotel. End of tour.
2 Nights in Tourist Ger camps
4 WD Vehicle in the countryside
Meals as listed (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
Sightseeing and Entrance fees according to the itinerary
1 hour Camel and 1 hour horse riding
With support of local guide
English speaking guide
Daily water supply
Accommodations in Ulaanbaatar
International airfare / train tickets+ tax
Travel insurance / Visa fees
Items for personal use
Gratuities for staffs
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