Peace Of Mongolia


Escape complete and free your mind and feel the Peace Of Mongolia. We found the best solution for you to travel independently through Mongolia with comfort and flexibility, avoiding the epic crowds of tourists.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Culture, Guided Tours, Trekking, Wildlife
  • Activity Level Strenuous
  • Group Size Small Group
All about the Peace Of Mongolia.

Mongolia is truly one of the world’s last undiscovered travel destinations and the safest country to visit. It is a land where you can experience wide-open spaces, cobalt blue skies, forests, deserts, crystal clear rivers and lakes, and the traditional hospitality of the nomads.
The tour takes 16 days to cover the central and southern parts of Mongolia and visit the most popular travel destinations including the most interesting national parks.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Karakorum and Gobi Desert. Distinctive landscapes of towering dunes, wide-open steppes, iced Georges, snowy peak, Rocky Mountains, red cliffs, stunning sunsets, sunrises and much more.
Relaxing in wild nature and explore Mongolian culture, history, and nomadic lifestyle, camel riding, horse trekking, climbing to dunes, hiking and feel free driving through the wilderness are the main activities.

The Main Attractions

  • Capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
  • Khongor Dunes, Gobi Desert
  • Orkhon Valley
  • Khustai National Park

This trip can be customized according to your wishes. If you have any changes to the accommodation, the duration, the destination or other change requests, please contact us.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • All Accommodations
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Special Meals
  • All transfer & transports + experienced drivers
  • Tour and trekking guide for the entire journey (in English, German, Korean, Chinese language available)
  • All sightseeing and entrance fees are mentioned as program
  • Camel riding in the Gobi
  • Horse riding
  • Complimentary drink water during the tour,
  • Visa invitation letter, if required
  • All service charge, local and Gov’t tax
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Visa to Mongolia (Get in advance)
  • International flights &Travels insurance
  • Hotel early check-in and late check-out,
  • Tipping and other personal expenses
  • Other services not mentioned in the itinerary


  1. Day 1 Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

    Whenever, your international flight lands in the city airport, you will be transferred to the hotel in Ulaanbaatar.
    Free at leisure for the rest of the day. You may need some time to relax and recover from the long-distance flight or possibly from jet-lag. If you feel like going for a walk and checking out places nearby, feel free to ask from your hotel reception for recommendations.

    🏠 in the Hotel

  2. Day 2 Sightseeing tour in the Nomads’ city

    In the morning, at 9 am the tour guide will pick you up at your hotel and start the city sightseeing trip. Ulaanbaatar is a city of contrast where modern life comfortably blends with Mongolian traditional lifestyle
    Our first visit is the Gandan Monastery – the biggest Buddhist center of Mongolia and features a 26-meter-high majestic gilded statue of Migjid Janraisig
    Next visit, National Museum of Mongolia – this museum presents Mongolian history and culture from prehistoric times to the present day.
    Continue to visit Sukhbaatar square and Parliament House displayed with Great Khans memorial statue. The square lies at the heart of the city surrounded by theaters, government buildings.
    After lunch, we will explore the Zaisan Hill, which is a memorial for WW2, located on the south side of UB with a great view over the city
    Following to visit Bogd Khan Palace Museum – this complex was a residence of the last king of Mongolia in the 19th century, now turned into a museum. The architecture and exterior are not very impressive.
    Afterward, we will go to see “Wonders of Mongolia” folklore show by famous Tumen-Ekh ensemble – is one of the most successful folk-art groups to share traditional Mongolian music with the world, having traveled to over 40 countries. End of the performance, transfer to the hotel.


    🏠 in the Hotel

  3. Day 3 Drive to the Southern

    Baga Gazriin Chuluu is a fascinating granite rock formation in the middle of the dusty plain. The highest peak 1706 meters above sea level. The rocky mountains are spread out from west to east covering about 30 kilometers.

    • The distance between Ulaanbaatar to Baga Gazariin Chuluu is about 300 km and the journey to the destination lasts about 6 hours with some breaks during the drive.

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  4. Day 4 Tsagaan Suvarga

    Tsagaan Suvarga is an arduous scarp in Olziit soum of Dundgovi province. Once a floor of the ocean, this scarp looks like a white stupa, hence the name Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa). This scarp is 400 meters long and 60 meters tall with a 90-degree brink. After a rain, the water pouring down the scarp makes it look like a huge waterfall.

    There’s an interesting cave 7 km to the east of Tsagaan Suvarga named Hevtee Bosoo Agui. In this 50 meters long cave, you have to crawl at some point but will be able to walk normally in other parts of the cave, hence the name Hevtee Bosoo Agui (Laying Standing Cave).

    • The distance to Tsagaan Suvarga is about 250 km and we need about 5 hours drive

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  5. Day 5 Yol valley

    Yol valley (Eagle or Vulture valley) situated in “Three beauties of Gobi” Mt. National Park. This valley is originally established to conserve birdlife in the region. But it’s now more famous for its dramatic scenery in the middle of the Gobi Desert with a meter’s thick ice almost all year round, except late summer.

    • The distance to Yol valley is about 210 km and we need about 5 hours drive

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  6. Day 6 Khongor Dunes

    Khongor dunes are one of the most scenic areas of Gobi. The dunes rise abruptly from the plain, in some places reaching a height of 300 meters, and extend over an area between 2-12 km in width and 180 km in length.

    • The distance is about 160 km and we need about 5 hours drive

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  7. Day 7 and 8 Peace of the Desert

    This section of this journey is characterized by tranquility and the endless landscape of Mongolia. To get to the central region of Mongolia from the Gobi region we have to drive about 600 km and it takes a 2-day drive. On these 2 days, we will explore the nomadic culture and understand the way of living with nature. During the trip to the Khuisiin Naiman lakes (Navel 8 lakes), we will visit some nomadic families to learn more about nomadic life and customs. We recommend that if you visit a nomad family that you give sweets to the children. The children in the countryside love sweets because most of the next store is very far away and the selection is not big.

    • After breakfast at about 9:00, we will move on to the central region of Mongolia

    The 8th day will be nearly the same itinerary and arrival in Khuisiin Naiman lake.

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  8. Day 9 Khuisiin Naiman Lakes

    A must-see place for those who want to walk the trails of the Mongolian Empire’s glory and fall is The area of Naiman Nuur, ”Eight lakes”, formed behind the volcanic eruptions that occurred all along the centuries. The park is 2400 meters above sea level. An area of 11.500 hectares has been protected as a National Park since 1992. These lakes are connected by underground channels. We will rest for 1 day to explore this beautiful National Park.

    • After breakfast at about 9:00, we will put on the horseback to discover the National Park.

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  9. Day 10 Drive To Orkhon Valley
    • The distance is about 250 km but the road is offroad and adventurous, therefore we need about 9 hours to get in Orkhon valley

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  10. Day 11 Orkhon Valley

    Chinggis khan’s choice of Karakorum as the capital of the Mongol Empire was no coincidence. The surrounding Orkhon Valley was the center of preceding nomadic empires for centuries and had enormous symbolic importance. The valley had attracted humankind since Paleolithic times some 750,000 years ago. Therefore Orkhon valley is one of the world’s most important cultural regions and recognized as a “Cultural Landscape” of the UNESCO World Heritage in 2004. You will witness a unique lifestyle, culture, and rare historical memorials.

    • About at 9:00 after breakfast, we will start our exploring tour around Orkhon valley

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  11. Day 12 Karakorum

    Karakoram was once the capital of the Mongolia Empire, which was the largest contiguous empire in World history, consisted of much of Asia and parts of Eastern Europe. In 1220, Karakorum was founded by Genghis Khan in the Orkhon valley, at the crossroads of the Silk Road. The city flourished with wealth and culture, especially as artists and intellectuals were brought over from Europe to enhance the Eurasian capital.
    Also, we will visit the magnificent and the oldest Buddhist Monastery complex of Erdene Zuu, built in the 16th century, with 108 stupas. The monastery is still active, and there are temple museums and buildings where monks live and pray.

    • The distance is about 140 km, we will drive about 3 hours

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  12. Day 13 Khustai National Park (Wild Horses)

    This area is home to the Mongolian wild horse known as Perzevalski horse (takhi) with a unique landscape that features mountain and steppe. In the early evening, we will take short drive and hiking to see the horses in their natural habitat. Seeing these truly wild horses which numbered in the hundreds of thousands of years ago, will make you feel like you have traveled thousands of years back in time. There is a great opportunity to take a photo of these endangered horses. If you are lucky, you can see fox, deer, roe deer, eagle, and more animals and birds…

    • The distance is about 320 km, and it takes 5 hours

    🏠 in the Ger camp

  13. Day 14 Arrival in the City

    On this day we have to stay up a little earlier than usual because we have a better chance to see the wild horses when they come to drink water in the morning. If we can see the horses late afternoon after arrival in Khustai National Park we do not need to stay up early morning.

    • In the early morning, we will take short drive and hiking to see the horses in their natural habitat. We will spend about 2 hours to explore this National Park

    🏠 in the Hotel

  14. Last Day Departure

    You will be free at leisure in your hotel or wander around on your own until being escorted to the Chinggis Khaan International Airport for your departure flight home. Your driver will assist you with flight check-in and luggage, and see you off at the point of security check.