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Discover Mongolia featuring the Naadam Festival

14 days - 30th June - 15Th July 2018

Beijing, Ulaanbaatar, Terelj National Park, Dalanzadgad, Hong Kong

Mongolia is a unique travel destination that offers you not only the modern, lively, culturally-rich city of Ulaanbaatar but also its surrounding 1.5 million square kilometers of country where the millennia old nomadic lifestyle co-exists with rapidly changing development throughout the country.

Mongolia's big sky and vast fenceless landscapes will bring forth your inner spirit of adventure and make you forget your hectic days back home. With people renowned for their big smiles and straightforward character, Mongolia truly opens one's inner spirit or, as the locals call it, your Hiimori ("wind horse").

Mongolia is historically and constitutionally a nomadic culture. Its pasture land supporting over 50 million herd animals has always been common domain, and the Constitution of Mongolia states that the pasture land shall never be privatised. Roaming freely from one corner of Mongolia to another has been a guaranteed freedom for herders of this land and Mongolian people and government are determined to leave this tradition intact for next generations. Their almost three million horses match the number of their human population.

The Nomadic lifestyle has created a fascinating culture in the art of survival and living. You will experience elements of nomadic lifestyle during your stay in Mongolia. Spending me in a 'Ger' (the nomadic traditional dwelling) will give you a special connection to nature. The sky and the sun will be right above you through the 'Toono' (a window at the top of the Ger) and you'll hear the wind, the birds, and the herds of your surroundings. Due to the Ger's enormous role in sustaining nomadic culture, the traditions related to the Ger and the art of its making have been registered as an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO.

Naadam Festival

The origin of Naadam festival is closely related to the history and culture of the country. Nowadays, it is celebrated as the largest celebration and a national holiday which officially lasts 3 days. Because the event articulates traditional arts and sports in harmony, it is celebrated in a festival manner. The major festival, enjoying the presence of the State heads – the President, Prime Minister and the Parliament speaker, as well as the leading artists and performers, is held in the second week of July in Ulaanbaatar. Almost everyone is dressed in amazingly colourful, and comprehensive traditional costumes called 'dell'.



  • The Famous Naadam Festival - Stadium and Fringe Festivities
  • Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue
  • Sükhbaatar Square
  • Gandantegchinlen Monastery
  • Temple of Boddhisattva & The Statue of Avalokitesvara
  • Choijin Lama Temple
  • Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan
  • Zaisan Memorial Hill


  • Turtle Rock Aryabal Meditation Centre


  • Traditional Ger Accommodation
  • Flaming Cliffs of Bayanzag
  • Wildlife Spotting
  • Sunset Dinner over the Red Cliffs
  • Khongor Sand Dunes
  • Camel Riding at a Nomadic Camel Breeder
  • Gurvansaikhan Mountains & the Yol Valley

Beijing (Optional Sightseeing)

  • The Forbidden City
  • Tianamnmen Square
  • Exploring the Historic Hutongs

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