Ride Yamaha, BMW and KTM motorcycles across in Gobi Desert. See some of the most amazing sights and geographical formations that this country has to offer, including big granite mountains with bizarre rock formations, pink and white colored limestone cliffs weathered by wind and rain, golden sand dunes 180 km long and a cold mountain canyon up in the Gobi mountains. Meet families leading the ancient nomadic lifestyle and have a chance to experience their fascinating culture.
Arrive at Ulaanbaatar. Meet your Guide at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon meet crew and allocate motorcycles. You will prepare something for motorcycle trip. We will star city tour the first stop is Sukhbaatar Square, the central square named after the revolutionary hero of 1921 Damdiny Sukhbaatar who declared independence from China. We visit Gandan Monastery the largest and most famous functioning monastery in Mongolia; here we may experience monks in worship and see the impressive Golden Buddha Statue of Migjid Janraisig. Time permitting Natural History Museum which is famous for its authentic dinosaur skeletons and and visit Zaisan memorial hill to view of whole city from there. Welcome dinner at restaurant and stay overnight in hotel. (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 220-230km
After breakfast early morning leave Ulaanbaatar and drive to Middle Gobi is known as Baga Gazriin chuluu (earth stone). You will be reached in the early afternoon, lunch at the camp. There are some interesting granite rock formations, also there eye spa which supposed to be good for sights. There is ruin of ancient small temple, located middle of the rock. Stay overnight in ger at tourist camp. (ger means Mongolian traditional felt accommodation) (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 180-200km
After breakfast drive to Tsagaan Suvarga. In the afternoon explore to see white stupa and go for hiking around. Tsagaan Suvarga, an amazing series of cliffs, white and pink limestone rock formations taking the appearance of stalagmites up to 30 meters high. It is an excellent site for some out-of-the-ordinary photography. Stay overnight in ger at tourist camp. (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 200-210km
We will drive through the National Park until we reach an area of the Altai Mountains known as Eagle Valley. This is approximately a 240km drive on fairly good roads taking about 6 hours. This Valley is nestled deep within the hills and is a haven from the desert heat. Some areas of the valley are continually sheltered from the hot sun and house huge, blocks of ice that gradually melt away during the summer. Very wide at the entrance, it narrows gradually into a remarkable gorge. You have some chance to see wild animals such as ibex and wild sheep, of course to see the vulture. Riding a horse or a camel and trekking to the gorge. Stay overnight in ger at tourist camp (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 200km
Today we will drive to Khongorinn Els sand dunes, the largest sand dunes in Mongolia. These dunes lie in the Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park. The drive is through some incredible desert scenery with flat, stony plains; outcrops of vegetation; hills of interesting rock formations; and herds of wild antelope racing across the plains. The roads are flat and fairly even so it will take at least 4 hours. The shifting sand blown by the wind or someone makes sound so it is called Singing Sand Dunes. Stay overnight in ger at tourist camp. (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 160-180km
Drive to Bayanzag which is located 20 kilometers far from Bulgan soum, where 70 million years ago a lot of Paleontological findings have been discovered. The place is known as Flaming Cliffs so named by Roy Chapman Andrews American explorer who had visited Mongolia in 1922. During two years he searched through the Mongolian Gobi Desert and he found dinosaur fossils and dinosaur eggs about 10-15 cm from the Bayanzag for the first time in the world. Visiting and exploring native land of dinosaurs and taking some photos for beautiful surroundings. Dinner and stay overnight in ger at tourist camp. (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 120-140km
Drive to Ongi temple. The ruins of Ongi Temple are found in Saikhan Ovoo soum of Dundgobi (Middle Gobi) province. It used to be a big Buddhist monastery compound built by Bari Yonzon Khamba at the bank of Ongi River. Transfer to the camp before the lunch. Visit the ruins of temple also there is small ger museum signifies ancient things. Dinner and stay overnight in ger at tourist camp. (B, L, D)
Approximate driving distance 200-220km
In the early morning we will drive toward to Erdendalai soum. We will have packaged lunch on the way. Stay overnight in tent
Approximate driving distance 200-220km
Drive to Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to the hotel and lunch at the finest restaurant in Ulaanbaatar. In the afternoon free time do shopping for cashmere shop, souvenir shop and State Department Store. Enjoy watch national folklore performance by “Tumen Ekh” national song, throat singing, tsam mask dance and so on. A farewell dinner and stay overnight in hotel.
Transfer to the “Chinggis Khan” International Airport or Ulaanbaatar Train Station for departure.
|Private ger for every 2 people in Ger camp||International airfare|
|All meals as listed in itinerary||Travel insurance|
|All entrance fees||Beverages|
|Sightseeing as per itinerary||Optional activity cost|
|Accommodation in 4 stars hotel in Ulaanbaatar (twin standard room double occupancy)||Excess baggage charge|
|Transportations by 4WD vehicles||Single room supplement|
|English speaking guide (other language guide on request)||Any additional things which are not mentioned above|
|Daily supply of bottled water|
I had an awesome time in Mongolia. I really came on the trip not knowing what to expect and honestly wasn't sure if it would be 'my thing' but you really did make it worth it and it was money well spent.
Thank you for your friendly, fun and professional attitude. We had a blast! Listening to Mongolian music during the drive definitely added to the mood and experience. The wild horses were amazing and we took so many photos, it was so hard to choose the ones we wanted to print out for our photo album.
I definitely recommend anyone who is up for an adventure, filled with culture and history and a very friendly tour guide- who basically becomes part of the family/group; to go for Nomadic Voyages. You will leave with not only leave with knowledge of the country's hidden treasures and secrets, but also FANTASTIC photos, a HUGE smile and SATISFACTION for your money well spent. seeing this gorgeous land.
Thanks again Soyoloo It was really a great experience and filled with a lifetime of memories.Michealla from Australia