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History and Monuments of Mongolia

The Mongol Empire was the largest continuous land empire and the second largest empire overall in world history, after the British. At its height, it stretched from the Danube to the Sea of Japan and from Novgorod to Cambodia, covering over 12,741,000 sq mi or 22% of the Earth's total land area, with an estimated population of about 100 million people. The success of the Mongol Empire exceeds any other world conquerors in its preceding time and afterwards, including those of Alexander the Great and Napoleon. The empire reached its zenith during the Khubilai Khan who conquered all of China and establishing the Great Yuan Dynasty. The time between 14th century till early 20th century saw Mongolia’s disintegration into smaller parts and was eventually conquered and ruled by the Qing Dynasty for 350 years, which ended in 1911.

Itinerary

Day 1 “13th Century Complex” / Chinggis Khan Equestrian Statue

In the morning, meet your guide and begin driving east. En route, stop at and visit Chinggis khan equestrian statue. Visit a private collection of 13th century art craft and enjoy exploring the monument. Next, drive to the 13th century complex and explore 13th century style camps. You will be served a traditional Mongolian lunch in the large “Khaan’s Ger”. We will also visit the other encampments that resemble the 13th century camps of shamans, nomads and ger-library. In the late afternoon, drive back to Ulaanbaatar and transfer to your hotel. (L)

Price includes:

  • All sightseeing excursions including all admission fees;
  • All transfers;
  • All transfers by private VIP touring van or coach including drinking water;
  • English speaking guide with local knowledge, expertise, suggestions, and support throughout trip;
  • All taxes and service charges.

Exploring Hustai Nuruu Nature Reserve

Day 1 Hustai Nuruu National Park

Begin the day with a visit to Gandan Monastery, the seat of Buddhism in Mongolia. We will stroll around the monastery grounds and obverse the monks in chanting. Later, visit the National History Museum for an excellent collection of Mongolia’s history and cultural heritage. Next, drive to the Hustai Nuruu National Park to spot the Takhi wild horses in their natural habitat with a chance to photograph them. Known as the Przewalski's horse, this horse is known as world’s only true wild horse. Last seen in the Mongolian wilderness in the 1960s, the horse had been considered to have been extinct in Mongolia until a Dutch organization flew in 16 horses in 1993 from a private enclosure in Netherlands. Today, the park horse population is nearing 400.

After checking in at a ger, we will set out to spot this horse in the wilderness. Dinner and overnight in gers. (Approx. 3 hours driving; Ger Camp; B, L, D)

Day 2 Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, we will spend some more time hiking in the area. Next, drive back to Ulaanbaatar and transfer to your hotel.

Price includes:

  • Accommodation in a tourist class ger camp based on a twin occupancy;
  • Private transportation by a van or SUV;
  • English speaking guide service;
  • Lunch at a ger camp;
  • Entrance fees;
  • Bottled water.

Exploring Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Day 1 Ulaanbaatar / Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Begin the day with a visit to Gandan Monastery, the seat of Buddhism in Mongolia. Next, we will drive to the Gorkhi Terelj National Park (1,5 hours) and visit Ariyabal meditation monastery. After lunch at a local ger camp, we will drive to the Chinggis Khan Equestrian statue. There’s an excellent gallery of 13th century weapons and coins, located on the basement of the building. Later, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar and transfer to your hotel.

Price includes:

  • Private transportation by a van or SUV;
  • English speaking guide service;
  • Lunch at a ger camp;
  • Entrance fees;
  • Bottled water.

Hiking at Bogd Khan Mountain

Bogd Khan Mountain, overlooking the city is one of the most scared mountains in the country. It is also considered as the oldest protected natural zone in the world. Even during the 13th century, logging and hunting was prohibited in the mountain range. Ecologically, it is also the southern most Siberian type ecosystem, before the Gobi desert begins. Rich with natural habitats and forest lives, the mountain is perfect place for a day long hike. Our trekking is aimed at climbing the tallest of the mountain, the “Tsetsee Gun” Peak (2,268).

Itinerary

Day 1 Mandshir Monastery / Tsetsee Gun

After breakfast, we will firs drive to Mandshir Monastery, originally establish in 1733. Although not much remains from this monastery, the hike in the area offers excellent introduction to Mongolia’s Buddhist heritage. Next, we will begin trekking to Tsetsee Gun Peak (gradual hike for approx. 2 hours).
After reaching the peak, we will enjoy a pack lunch near the peak. We then descend down. Drive back to Ulaanbaatar.

Price includes:

  • Private transportation by a van or SUV;
  • English speaking guide service;
  • Packed lunch;
  • Entrance fees;
  • Bottled water.

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