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In this trip you can see different type of land-formation (Gobi, Steppe, Khangai) as like all in one and 21st century’s Mongolian nomadic life style. It will be good experience in your life.
Accomodation: tent / family operated ger / tourist camp
Meal: breakfast/ lunch/ dinner
Active: hiking/ camel and horse riding/ climbing to the dune and mountain
Transportation: Russian van / Japanese van/ Jeep
After breakfast we will drive to Khongor sand dunes ( Khongoriin Els). Its over 100 km long, 3-5 km wide, lowest point 10m high, highest point is 200-300 m high by the wind. There is a dune which is called Singing dune. When sand goes down and by strong wind, it makes noise. That’s why it is called “Singing Dune”.We will ride a Bactrian Camel around the dune and will climb to the top of the Singing dune in the evening to see the Great Sunset. (B/L/D – stay family operated ger)
Drive to Bayanzag which is famous dinosaurs “cradle” place all over the world.This place is popular with the name “Flaming Cliffs”. In 1920’s A research expedition led by American explorer Roy Chapman Andrews found dinosaur eggs and skeleton in Bayanzag and he called this sandstone formation “Flaming Cliffs”. (B/L/D – stay family operated ger)
Amarbayasgalant, one of the most well known and largest monasteries of Mongolia, are located in the beautiful Iven River valley on the foot of Burenkhan Mountain. The complex of Amarbayasgalant Monastery was built during 1727-1736, in the honor of Undur Gegeen Zanabazar, the first Bogd (religious Leader) of Mongolia. The beauty, decorations and construction of the monastery have made it one of the most magnificent architectural monuments in Mongolia. The size of its Tsogchin (Main) temple is 32×32 m. Its construction expresses the planning features of the Mongolian national architecture and engineering solutions are very original. One of the interesting solutions is routing of roof water through the inside of four columns, under the floor, through stone grooves and away from the Tsogchin temple.
In 2002, the Lamas were revived “Tsam” – Religious Mask Dance in the Amarbayasgalant Monastery. (B/L/D – stay family operated ger)
✓ Invitation letter for visa.
✓ Airport and train station transfer.
✓ Private English speaking guide.
✓ Driver + vehicle + All petrol and fuel.
✓ Accommodation at the ger camps.
✓ All entrance fees (National Park and sightseeing area).
✓ Toll roads.
✓ All meal (B+L+D-In the itinerary).
✓ Drinking water.
✓ Camping equipment.
☒ International airfare and train tickets
☒ Travel insurance
☒ Accommodation in Ulaanbaatar
☒ Daily personal items
☒ Camera and video fees
☒ Snacks and drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks)
☒ Tips for your tour team
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