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Mongolian countryside is very safe and peaceful place for traveling and relaxing, and nomads are very hospitable. Therefore, during the home stay trip travelers will have nice chances to feel free and to experience the nomads' lifestyle, try Mongolian meals offered by hospitable nomads, riding on Mongolian strong horse or Bactrian camels, playing Mongolian traditional games and relaxing in quiet wild nature etc...
Elsen TASARKHAI SAND DUNES
nomadic culture experiencin
We will pick you up from your accommodation, drive to Elsen Tasarkhai sand dunes for some four to five hours and transfer to camel breeder nomadic family, meet the family, have lunch with them and learn about the basic nomadic way of the life. Feel free to ask any questions about their way of life. Enjoy the camel riding experience through the sand dunes. In the evening, play traditional Mongolian games with the family members. Stay overnight in the extra ger of nomad family.
In the morning have a traditional Mongolian breakfast of milk tea, fried biscuits, yogurt, cheese, curds and cream. Experience the milking cows, goats and sheep. Enjoy horseback riding and herd their livestock to pasture or collect and herd them back home. You can also help cook a traditional Mongolian meal and/or make some dairy products. Dinner will be authentic Mongolian meal. Stay overnight in the extra ger of nomad family.
Time to say goodbyes to our hosts, and drive back to Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to your hotel. End of tour.
2 Nights with nomad family
4 WD Vehicle in the countryside
Meals as listed (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
1 hour Camel and 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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