Mongolian ger in the mountains, Mongolia


Unleash your adventurous side in a place where wilderness still thrives, nomads roam and the desert sings

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Mongolia is a place of legend. It’s known by its inhabitants as 'land of the blue sky', for the sky is cloudless for more than two-thirds of the year. It’s also the land of Genghis Khan, perhaps the world’s fiercest warrior – and longest continuous ruler – whose empire stretched across Asia to Venice.

It’s the land of the Gobi Desert (meaning 'waterless place'), known for its sweeping dunes and rare animals such as the argali, ibex and snow leopard. Once the stomping ground of dinosaurs, this arid place has turned up the world’s richest caches of dinosaur fossils and remains. And the country is famed for its horses and horsemanship, too. With a population of 2.2 million people, the ratio of equine beasts to human inhabitants is almost 1:1. Almost half of Mongolians live pastoral lifestyles little-changed for millennia.

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Cycling in Mongolia

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Cycle through the Mongolian wilderness - nomadic ger camps, steppes and forests

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Moderate / Challenging
Ages: 16+
15 Days from 3 849 €
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Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads

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Journey through Mongolia's vast open lands dotted by nomadic camps under a massive sky.

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Leisurely / Moderate
Ages: 18+
13 Days
from 3 449 € 3 179 €
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In focus: The Golden Eagle Festival

Where we can we time our trip departures to coincide with some of the world’s special and unique events. One such event is the Golden Eagle Festival in Olgii, which you can experience on one of our Mongolia tours. The people of the Altai region in western Mongolia still practice the ancient tradition of hunting for foxes and marmots with eagles. It’s considered an art, and the eagles – eventually returned to the wild – are among their most treasured possessions.

The annual festival celebrates the strong connection the Mongolian people have with their animals and land. It includes competitions and demonstrations from the eagles and their hunters, a camel race and the lively Kukhbar competition – a fighting match on horseback in which two riders each try to claim possession of a goat skin. Arranged by the local Kazakh community, the festival also includes a competition for the best Kazakh costume, horse-racing and archery, as well as cultural performances.

Take me there: Mongolia Eagle Festival – Steppes, Deserts & Nomads

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