The Gobi has a fascinating natural and long human history. It stretches nearly 2000 km from Great Hingan Range on the Manchurian border in the east to Tarim Basin of China’s Xinjiang in the west and further to the edge of the Tibetan Plateau. This extended tour is special made for your Mongolian adventure. Selected destinations are the best destinations in the Gobi Desert area in Mongolia. You will experience the magnificent landscape and unique life style of nomads.

Destinations: UlaanBaartar-Dalanzadgad-Bayanzag-Khongor-Yoliin Am-UlaanBaartar

Brief Itinerary
Day 1 Fly to Dalanzadgad from Ulaanbaatar, drive to Bayanzag Flaming Cliffs (L/D)
Day 2 Drive to Khongor Sand Dunes (B/L/D)
Day 3 Drive to Yoliin Am (B/L/D)
Day 4 Drive to Dalanzadgad , fly back to Ulaanbaatar (B)

4 days
Activities level: Easy to Moderate
Transport: Private air conditioned vehicle
Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 3 dinners
Hotel Accommodation: Mongolian tourist ger camp Ramada hotel
Price: CNY 5480 per person
Supplement for domestic flight ULN-Dalanzadgad-ULN CNY 1550 per person
Size of group: 4-6 persons

Tour Details
Day 1 Fly to Dalanzadgad from UlaanBaatar, drive to Bayanzag Flaming Cliffs (L/D)
Take flight to Dalanzadgad city. Then drive to Bayanzag known as Flaming cliffs. Bayanzag is famous for dinosaur remains, complete dinosaur skeletons and fossilized eggs. American explorer, Roy Chapman Andrews discovered this area in the beginning of 20 century and getting famous all over the world. If you see carefully, you could find some piece of bones or dinosaur egg. Explore the area. In the afternoon we can visit Gobi tree saxaul forest.

Overnight at tourist GER camp, lunch & dinner included

Day 2 Drive to Khongor Sand Dunes (B/L/D)
Drive to Khongor Sand Dunes or known as Singing Dunes. Khongor Sand Dunes are the biggest sand dunes of Mongolia. It has an extraordinary length of 180 kms and 15-20 kms wide. There is an oasis near a Khongor river at the northern edge of the sand dunes. You will also visit a nomadic family and experience their life style.

Overnight at tourist GER camp, breakfast, lunch & dinner included.

Day 3 Drive to Yoliin Am (B/L/D)
Drive to Gobi Gurvan Saikhan Mountain Range (Three beauties of Gobi). It is end of the Altai Mountain Ranges and chance to see wild animals such as wild sheep, ibex, condor, golden eagle and of course vultures. We will visit Yoliin Am glacier canyon and enjoy walking between the canyons. Until mid July, we can see some glacier of the canyon.

Overnight at tourist GER camp, breakfast, lunch & dinner included

Day 4 Drive to Dalanzadgad, and fly back to Ulaanbaatar (B)
Drive to Dalanzadgad city to take a flight to Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to your selected hotel. END (B)

4 pax: CNY 4980 per person
6 pax: CNY 4850 per person
Supplement for domestic flight ULN-Dalanzadgad-ULN CNY 1550 per person
Size of group: 4-6 persons
Child policy: sharing the same room and ger with the parents
Child aged 2-5 year old – 50% off package price
Child aged 6-12 year old – 25% off package price

What’s Included:

  • Tourist GER camp in countryside for 3 nights
  • All transportation during whole trip
  • Domestic flight round ticket UB-Dalanzadgad-UB
  • English speaking guide
  • Full board during the trip
  • Sightseeing and National park entrance fee as mentioned in the program
  • One hour camel riding in Khongor sand dunes
  • 1L bottled mineral water per person per day

What’s not included:

  • IN & out flights ands departure airport taxes (PLEASE ASK US FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE)
  • Visa arrangement fees (PLEASE ASK US FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE)
  • Insurances
  • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, fax, laundry, beverrages and meals, and highlights or sights which are not indicated in the program
  • Lunches & dinners not in the itinerary
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Tips to guides, porters & drivers if service is satisfied

Hotel & Resorts
Modern Mongolian Ger Camps
Information: Throughout the countryside accommodation is offered in the form of traditional Mongolian ‘gers.’ These ger camps are slightly modified for foreign tourists but in effect offer a traditional experience and the opportunity to experience Mongolia’s wilderness. Most ger camps are situated in attractive areas: on the shores of small rivers, nestled under rocky hills or on vast open plains and all under amazing night skies.

The gers are made from wooden frames with layers of canvas and felt. Interior wood is usually carved or brightly painted and they are equipped with 2 beds and a small table and stools. There is a central stove for wood-fire heating at night. Communal bathroom facilities are in basic but clean blocks nearby and with hot water (an impressive feat in the middle of the Gobi desert!). There are also restaurants and bars in a separate concrete building, or sometimes in large gers.


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