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Gobi Mongolia Tour


This tour itinerary might be one of the top 3 tour itinerary in Mongolia and covers most famous destinations of Gobi and plus visiting to Karakorum and Khustai National Park. It has wonderful activities such as camel ride, horse ride, see wild life and visit to nomadic family and more...

- Meet wild horse in their natural habitat - hike through the Khustai National Park
- Visit to authentic nomadic family & overnight in a traditional ger dwelling

- Discover Erdene Zuu, built from the rubble of Genghis Khan's capital
- Explore most famous sights of Gobi Desert

Length: 7 days
Area: Gobi, Central Mongolia
 private package tour

Potential date and weather condition: from May to Oct, each year.
Difficulty: easier - moderate (No experience necessary. Trips suitable for most ages and abilities)
Distance: driving: 1210 km (+580 km), flight: 1.5 hours

By days:  Day1. Khustai National Park
Day2. Karakorum
Day3. Ongi Monastery Ruins
Day4. Bayanzag
Day5. Khongor Sand Dune
Day6. Eagle Valley
Day7. Fly back to Ulaanbaatar

We offer 2 different type of tour arrangements for our customers.  

Standard ArrangementWhat is Standard Arrangement of TGM?
(Staying through the tourist ger camps) What is Tourist Ger Camp of Mongolia?

1700 USD for 1pax
1030 USD p.p for 2pax
810 USD p.p for 3pax
700 USD p.p for 4pax
640 USD p.p for 5pax
600 USD p.p for 6pax
Single supplement: 140 usd
Included: 5 nights in Tourist Ger Camp, 1 night in the nomadic family, food service, land transportation, English speaking guide service, all entrance fees and Government charges, all activities costs, sleeping bag, mineral water, domestic flight pick up
Not included: OW domestic flight, gratuities for staffs, personal expenses (extra some drinks, souvenir buying, locals concerts etc), travel insurance
Budget ArrangementWhat is Budget Arrangement of TGM?
(Staying in the local ger guesthouses) What is Local Ger Guesthouse of Mongolia? 
1390 USD for 1pax
780 USD p.p for 2pax
580 USD p.p for 3pax
480 USD p.p for 4pax
420 USD p.p for 5pax
380 USD p.p for 6pax
Included: 6 nights in Local Ger Guesthouse, land transportation, English speaking guide service, all entrance fees and Government charges, all activities costs, sleeping bag, domestic flight pick up
Not included: OW domestic flight, food service, gratuities for staffs, personal expenses (extra some drinks, souvenir buying, locals concerts etc), travel insurance

Child policy: 0 - 3 years old baby free of charge
                       4 - 12 years old child 30% discount (counted as 1pax)
Group policy: Up from 6pax please see our Group Service. Get better rate. 
Discount policy: We always try to lower the our service prices by looking better solution for our customers. Here is several Discount Policy you can save until 10% that we can do on our best for our customers.


Why domestic flight not included? The rate of the flight tickets is not constant, very changeable & will depends by many reasons such us when to buy etc. But we are able to book the tickets for you in their contract price without any charge or you directly to book by youself. There is 2 companies running in the business Aero Mongolia & Hunnu Air. You can google & book the tickets online.

Why food service not included in the Budget Arrangement? You can buy meals from local ger guesthouses by paying only 2 or 3 usd per meal. There is plenty of food shops on the way when you are touring. You can carry your own food from UB. It is nice you eat our own breakfast and then buy meals for lunch and dinner. Meals will be basic and usually cooked Mongolian traditional or Russian styled foods. Or you can get basic free kitchen belonings from us and cook yourself.more other Customers' FAQs

Detailed Itinerary

Day1. Khustai National Park - wild horses & stay in nomadic family.

We will pick you up from your accommodation and drive to Khustai National Park (90 km - 1 hour). National Park Khustai where re-introduction of the wild takhi horses (Przhevalsky's horses) has taken place since 1992. Takhi is last wild horse subspecies surviving in the 21st century. It was discovered in western Mongolia in the late 1870s by the Russian explorer N.M. Przhevalsky. Several expeditions since 1969 have failed to find this horse, which probably crossed with half-wild domesticated horses and lost its distinct features. Specimens have been kept and bred in zoos, and Mongolia in the late 20th century attempted to reintroduce them into the wild. The afternoon will be spent at leisure hiking in the surrounding mountains with an evening visit to the wild horses while they come to drink in the evening. On arrival you will have lunch at the nomads’ ger. Enjoy the joyful atmosphere and learn the clever nomads' way of life by taking every chance of taking part in the nomadic life activities like a nomad. Experience the milking cows or goats. Watch how they produce tasty and nutritious dairy products. Then, participate in the nomads’ daily chores - prepare dried dung from a nearby mountain for the family’s household use for making fire. Overnight there. 

last wild horse takhi in Khustai National Park

this day we will visit to the real nomadic family

You will need benocular for looking other wild animals like deer etc

(more pictures & info of Khustai National Park)

Day2. Karakorum - capital of Genghis Khan

After breakfast time, we will drive to Karakorum (280 km - 5 hours). Karakorum, the capital of Great Mongolian State where today there is a small local township. In the history, the city of Karakorum was founded in 1220 in Orkhon River Valley by order of Genghis Khan and after collapsing of Yuan dynasty of Khuvilai Khan Min state’s invaders sacked the city and massacred its inhabitants in 1388 and ruined it. We will visit to Karakorum Museum and Erdene Zuu Monastery Complex etc. Overnight there. 

symbol of Karakorum the turtle rock

wall of the Erdene Zuu Monastery 

inside of the Erdene Zuu Monastery Complex

(more pictures & info of Karakorum)

Day3. Ongi Monastery Ruin

After breakfast time, we will drive to Ongi Monastery Ruin (270 km - 6 hours).Ongi Monastery Ruins is the visible ruins of a Buddhist monastery founded in 1760 and destroyed in 1937 by communists. Located on the shore of the Ongi River, the monastery was formerly one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia. Raw violence of the destruction at Ongiin Khiid was still visible, still palpable, even though it happened over years ago. We will leisure hike around the ruins. Overnight there. 

Ongi Monastery Ruins

Ongi Monastery Ruin view

Ongi River view

Ongi Monastery Ruin view from a distance

Ongi Monastery Ruin's museum & active temple view from front side

(more pictures & info of Ongi Monastery Ruin)

Day4. Bayanzag - dinosaur site

After breakfast time, we will drive to Bayanzag (170 km - 4 hours). Bayanzag means saxual forest in English and area of red cliffs “Bayanzag” which have been formed from the erosion of the water and wind over many millions of years. A lot of dinosaurs’ findings such as Protoceratops & dinosaur’ eggs have been found there in first time. American zoologist Roy Chapman Andrews discovered this place and named as Flaming Cliffs. In the evening, we will leisure hike around the site. Overnight there.

Bayanzag view from car parking

tourist usually do hike for explore the site

dinosaur eggs found from here in first time

(more pictures & info of Bayanzag)

Day5. Khongor Sand Dune - camel ride

After breakfast time, we will drive to Khongor Sand Dune (150 km - 4 hours). Khongor is second biggest sand dune in the country that extend along the northern side of Sevrei and Zoolun mountain ranges. It range from 5 to 10 km in width, nearly 100 km long, with crests rising 80 to 300m above the surrounding landscape. In the afternoon, we will ride 2 humped camels and climb up to the top of the sand dune. Overnight there. 

from the top of the Khongor Sand Dune in the morning

Khongor Oasis view

Khongor Oasis view from a distance. Background white mountain is Khongor Sand Dune

view of Khongor Sand Dune

(more pictures & info of Khongor Sand Dune)

Day6. Yol Valley - horse ride

Today, we will drive to Yol Valley (190 km - 5 hours). Yol means vulture in Mongolian and the valley begins from Zuun Saikhan Mountain, a branch of the Gurvan Saikhan Mountain range, and stretches over 10 km. The narrowest part, only 3 or 4 person can pass in same time, of the valley is completely shaded from the direct sun shine by high cliff walls. We will ride horses there and hike trough the narrow valley. Overnight there. 

Yol Valley view from the entrance 

horse riding in here fun

you might see ice in July in hot desert in Yol Valley

(more pictures & info of Yol Valley)

Day7. Fly back to Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, we will go to local airfield for fly to Ulaanbaatar (60 km - 1 hour). After you landed in Ulaanbaatar, we will transfer you to your accommodation. 


Our Booking is easy & complete in below 4 steps. 

Step1:  Please carefully read our Contract Of Private Package Tour. Cancellation & other condition will be follow this contract. 
Step2:   Send us your Booking Form (Only one of the group member's Booking Form is fine. No need to send us all member's booking forms) 
Step3:   You will be received an Voucher & Invoice from us via email. 
Step4: Select payment method and pay the Payment.
  • Above prices are changeable by changing components (kind of services) of the itinerary.
  • This is a private tour and you or your travel buddies will be in the tour.
  • Domestic flight companies accept only 10kg-15kg lugguge incuding your carry on bags too for free transfer.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure you are in correct pick up location at correct time as stated on your booking form.
  • No smoking in travel vehicles or aircraft.