Affectionately known as the land of the blue sky. Any Mongolian will proudly tell you that they have 300 sunny days a year. This is also reflected in their flag which depicts the sun rising and setting. On a Mongolia adventure tour you can explore the bustling streets of Ulaanbaatar, which is quickly becoming an international destination due to an influx of mining expats and the popularity of the trans-Mongolian railway. You could find yourself wandering beneath the gaze of the legendary Genghis Khan in Sukhbaatar square, listening to traditional Mongolian music accompanied by throat signing in the Tuzki theatre. You can go shopping on the many levels of the impressive State department store and visit the many monasteries, temples and museums.
On a Mongolia adventure tour you can also see the traditional nomadic way of life which is still thriving in rural areas, visit a home stay and try horse back riding and sample some airag (alcoholic horses milk) and a Mongolian BBQ. A Mongolia adventure tour isn’t complete without venturing into the Gobi desert amongst endless steppe to catch fleeting glimpses of native Mongolian wildlife.
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Duration: 21 Days Route: St Petersburg to Beijing Style: Adventure Tours Price: US$4,829.00
The Trans Mongolian Railway is one of the greatest rail journeys in the world. Interact with the locals, learn some handy phrases, play copious amounts of card games and sample some Russian vodka or Chinese rice wine as you travel between St Petersburg and Beijing via lively cities and isolated rural communities. Highlights include optional horse riding in Mongolia, the Kremlin and Hermitage Museum and the Great Wall of China.
The tour that we operate in the reverse direction is Trans Mongolian Railway (TBM).
Duration: 21 Days Route: Beijing to St Petersburg Style: Adventure Tours Price: US$4,829.00
During this world-renowned rail journey between Beijing and St Petersburg you’ll have the chance to see the Great Wall of China, visit temples and markets of Ulaan Bataar, take a boat trip on Lake Baikal, experience local hospitality in a traditional Mongolian ger, perhaps buy a communist-era relic at Moscow's Izmaylovo Market and explore the red bricked Kremlin, lose yourself in the canals of opulent St Petersburg and visit the fabulous Hermitage Museum.
The tour that we operate in the reverse direction is Trans Mongolian Railway (TMB).