Explore Mongolia, one of the world’s
last great wilderness regions, using
domestic flights to make the most
of your time on tour. Stay in is 5-star
accommodation in Ulan Bator and
the Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi
desert. However, the highlight for many
is staying at a nomad’s camp on the
Mongolian steppe. Visit Mongolia’s iconic
sights, including the Flaming Cliffs, the
Eagle valley and the Moltsog sand dunes.
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Arrive in Ulan Bator and stay at the Kempinski
Hotel Khan Palace or the Shangri-La Hotel, Ulan
Bator for 2 nights. (N)
Visit the Gandan monastery, the National
Museum, Chinggis Square and the Winter Palace
of the Bogd Khan. Evening traditional music
performance. (B, L, D)
Travel east to the Gurvanbulag Community
Ger Camp to gain an insight into the nomadic
lifestyle. Stay 2 nights in a ger. (B, L, D)
Spend the day with the nomads and watch
them catch horses using an uurga – a traditional
wooden lasso. (B, L, D)
Return via the Khustain Nuruu National Park, the
home of the takhi (Przewalski’s horse). Continue
to the Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace for a 1-night
stay. (B, L, D)
Fly south to Dalanzadgad, and drive to the Gobi
Gurvansaikhan National Park. Stay 3 nights at the
Three Camel Lodge. (B, L, D)
Continue to Eagle Valley. Visit the Gobi glacier
en route (subject to environmental conditions).
(B, L, D)
Drive north to an area known as Bayanzag,
famous for its red cliffs of sandstone rock, and
Moltsog Els, one of the few regions of the Gobi
desert covered by large sand dunes. (B, L, D)
Drive to Dalanzadgad and fly to Ulan Bator.
Overnight at Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace. (B, L, D)
Late evening flight to Seoul. Overnight at the
airport transit hotel. (B, L, D)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.
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Located in the central region of Mongolia near the Khogno Khan Nature Reserve, the Gurvanbulag Community Ger Camp is surrounded by mountains and rolling steppe. Run by a trained team selected from local community members, this small scale ger camp is part of everyday local life, and the camp moves with them in between pastures. Staying here offers a fascinating opportunity to see, experience and learn about nomadic culture. There are five guest gers in the camp, each with two to four beds, and a larger ger for the whole group to take meals, which include fresh meat, milk and dairy products prepared by the community. All drinking water is purified and boiled. Camp facilities are basic, with composting lavatories, hygienic hand washers and shower tents fed with water heated by solar...
Air Garden Incheon Airport Transit Hotel is located on the 4th floor of the transit area of Seoul Incheon Airport. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation ideal for use during long layovers for connecting flights. There are several restaurants close to the hotel serving a variety of cuisine including Korean and Western specialities.
Transfer Procedure after getting off the aircraft
- If you have a boarding pass for the connecting flight, please proceed to the security inspection area following directional signs. Go through transfer security screening and proceed to the departure floor.
- If you do not have a boarding pass for the connecting flight, please go to the airline check-in counter to obtain a boarding pass before proceeding to the security inspection area following directional signs. Go through transfer security screening and proceed to the...
The 5-star Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace is a luxury property located in the heart of Bayanzurkh district in Ulan Bator, a convenient driving distance from the airport, the city centre museums and the Sükhbaatar Square. The 102 rooms and suites are equipped with broadband or wireless internet connection, air conditioning, minibar and satellite television. The hotel's facilities include three restaurants serving Mongolian, Japanese and European cuisine, a lounge bar and the Kempinski...
Built in the heart of the Gobi desert, the Three Camel Lodge combines adventure and sophistication, offering traditional hospitality and quality accommodation in a superb natural setting. Many staff members were raised in the Gobi, and all are happy to share their love and knowledge of their homeland. The Lodge's 20 de luxe gers have been handmade using a latticed wood structure covered with layers of felt and canvas, each heated by a wood stove and appointed with hand-painted wooden-framed beds and furnishings. Gers include a private bathroom with a toilet and sink, a king-size bed and amenities such as felt slippers, Mongolian-styled bathrobes and locally produced toiletries. Each has a southward-facing door, in the nomadic Mongolian tradition, providing an unobstructed view of the desert and the Gobi-Altai Mountains. The centrepiece of the Three Camel Lodge is Dino House, built in...
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