Experience the raw beauty and traditional ways of remote Mongolia. Hidden from the world for many years, it is hard to imagine that this secluded country once created the largest land empire ever known. Unmatched geographical diversity, pristine grasslands, crumbling ruins and roaming herdsmen riding tough Mongolian horses - see it all on this journey through a land that time forgot.
Day 1 Ulaanbaatar
Locals in traditional dress mingling with workers in business suits, Soviet architecture and a wealth of museums, palaces and monasteries: welcome to Mongolia!
Day 2 Amarbayasgalant Monastery
Drive through open grasslands to a remote Manchu-style monastery dedicated to the great Buddhist and sculptor, Zanabazar. Spend the night in a ger camp.
Days 3-4 Selenge River
Relax in the stunning surroundings of the Selenge River. Nature lovers can hike to the volcanic crater at Uran Uul (Pot Mountain). Experience local hospitality during a homestay with a Mongolian family. Learn to make traditional delicacies and get an insight into everyday nomadic life.
Days 5-6 Lake Khovsgol
Surrounded by rolling grasslands, fir forests and wildflower meadows, Lake Khovsgol is one of Mongolia's most picturesque destinations. Take an optional horse trek, visit reindeer herders or take a boat trip on the lake.
Days 7-9 Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake
Set in picturesque mountains, the Great White Lake is a beautiful place to walk or just sit and watch the native birds. Gaze over the surreal landscape atop volcanic peaks and end the day with a Mongolian barbecue.
Days 10-11 Tsenkher
Visit a museum featuring traditional Mongolian costumes, weaponry and art. Enjoy the remote, untouched beauty of the region and soak in the Tsenkher hot springs.
Days 12-13 Karakorum/Khogno Khan
Explore the remains of Karakorum, the capital city built by Genghis Khan in the 13th century. Visit the impressive Erdene Zuu Khiid, birthplace of Mongolian Buddhism. Head into a shifting landscape of sand dunes on a camel ride through the desert in Khogno Khan.
Days 14-15 Ulaanbaatar
Return to the capital via roadside shrines and ger communities. A cultural performance is the perfect way to conclude this Mongolian adventure.