22965
Mongolia

Mongolia: The Land of Genghis Khan

Mongolia is a must for the intrepid explorer. Admire its limitless beauty as you discover ancient ruins, growing cities, and the incredible Gobi Desert.
Rating (5)
Program No. 22965RJ
Length
16 days
Starts at
4,479
Flights start at
1,150
Meals
37 Meals
14 Breakfasts
12 Lunches
11 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Vegetarian, Low Fat, Low Salt
Lodging
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Aug 29, 2020 - Sep 13, 2020 (Beijing to UlaanBaatar)
  • Aug 01, 2020 - Aug 16, 2020 (Beijing to UlaanBaatar)
  • Aug 29, 2020 - Sep 13, 2020 (Beijing to UlaanBaatar)
1 night
Beijing
The CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport is near the Beijing Capital Airport and features a Swiss restaurant and a full-service health club and spa.
4 nights
UlaanBaatar
Located in the center of town near Sukhbaatar Square
Hustai Ger Camp
1 night
Hustaiin Nuruu
Located in Hustai Wild Horse Reserve, approximately 120 km from UlaanBaatar, the Takhi Museum, dedicated to the wild horse of Mongolia, is here at Hustai Ger Camp, along with a Western-style restaurant. Most Mongolian ger camps are small, rustic encampments of a number of round yurt-like dwellings. Modern gers may be covered with canvas rather than the traditional felted wool. The walls of a ger are typically made of sections of birch or willow lattice formed into a circle and secured with leather straps. In the center of the ceiling is a hole which allows smoke to escape and fresh air and light to enter. The bottom of the framework’s covering can be raised one foot off the ground in the summertime to allow better ventilation. Gers include wood-framed beds and dressers, and a wood-burning stove. Shower/toilet facilities are located in a separate building.
2 nights
Kara Korum
The Blue Sky Ger Camp near Erdene Zhu features electricity, hot water and Internet access. Most Mongolian ger camps are small, rustic encampments of a number of round yurt-like dwellings. Modern gers may be covered with canvas rather than the traditional felted wool. The walls of a ger are typically made of sections of birch or willow lattice formed into a circle and secured with leather straps. In the center of the ceiling is a hole which allows smoke to escape and fresh air and light to enter. The bottom of the framework’s covering can be raised one foot off the ground in the summertime to allow better ventilation. Gers include wood-framed beds and dressers, and a wood-burning stove. Shower/toilet facilities are located in a separate building.
Secret of Ongi Ger Camp
1 night
Ongi
The award-winning Secret of Ongi Ger Camp is located near the Ongi Temple ruins, and consists of a number of comfortable gers, as well as a restaurant serving Mongolian and international cuisine, and there are separate showers and toilets. Most Mongolian ger camps are small, rustic encampments of a number of round yurt-like dwellings. Modern gers may be covered with canvas rather than the traditional felted wool. The walls of a ger are typically made of sections of birch or willow lattice formed into a circle and secured with leather straps. In the center of the ceiling is a hole which allows smoke to escape and fresh air and light to enter. The bottom of the framework’s covering can be raised one foot off the ground in the summertime to allow better ventilation. Gers include wood-framed beds and dressers, and a wood-burning stove. Shower/toilet facilities are located in a separate building.
Gobi Tour Ger Camp
1 night
South Gobi
Located close to the Flaming Cliffs, the modest but comfortable ger camp has 28 standard 1-4-bed gers, with shower and toilet facilities in a separate building. Gers are heated with wood-burning stoves, and electricity is available only from 7-9PM. Most Mongolian ger camps are small, rustic encampments of a number of round yurt-like dwellings. Modern gers may be covered with canvas rather than the traditional felted wool. The walls of a ger are typically made of sections of birch or willow lattice formed into a circle and secured with leather straps. In the center of the ceiling is a hole which allows smoke to escape and fresh air and light to enter. The bottom of the framework’s covering can be raised one foot off the ground in the summertime to allow better ventilation. Gers include wood-framed beds and dressers, and a wood-burning stove. Shower/toilet facilities are located in a separate building.
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