Escape to a world of endless horizons and surreal beauty with our Special Gobi Desert Tour. This remarkable journey transports you to the heart of Mongolia’s legendary Gobi Desert, where you’ll discover a land of captivating contrasts – from towering sand dunes to hidden oases, and from rugged canyons to the tranquil expanse of the “Flaming Cliffs.”

Our tour offers a carefully crafted blend of adventure and relaxation, allowing you to explore this unique desert landscape while basking in the enchanting serenity of the Gobi. Whether you’re an avid explorer, a nature enthusiast, or simply seeking a one-of-a-kind getaway, our Special Gobi Desert Tour promises an unforgettable adventure, providing a deep connection with the mesmerizing beauty of this extraordinary desert.

Join us for an extraordinary escape to the Gobi, where you’ll create indelible memories and forge a lasting bond with this extraordinary natural wonder.

What’s Included


Hostels, guest houses & hotels

Adventure Leader

Epic Adventure Leaders

Local transport

All transport


Tonnes of activities included.
Optional activities can be added.

Full itinerary

After picking up from a new airport, rest at the selected hotel. City tour will start from the Sukhbaatar square. All of you will learn the history of Mongolia from Mongolian national historical museum, see cultural shows.

We’ll have lunch. Transfer to a hotel after dinner. Depending on your arrival time, meals will be provided accordingly. Stay at the hotel L/D

After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Baga Gazriin Chuluu, wide granite stone mountains elevated at 1768 m above sea level. The place is rich in special medical herbs and many kinds of rare animals and is also home to eye treatment spring, ancient rock images and many other sightseeings. There is a ruin of Choir Buddhist monastery which was founded by “Zava” Damdin, a famous Buddhist philosopher and rock painting is there, too. Stay in the “Goviin shine hurhree” tourist camp. (B/L/D)

The sand of the Great Gobi Desert is not only home of desert bushes but also it is a natural-treating doctor for kidney and joint diseases.

Uush dune is located 420 km from Ulaanbaatar and 150 km from Dundgobi province centre. The sand of Uush stretches for five kilometers from West to East, and its sands contain many minerals, including very fine grains that absorb solar energy. It is unique in that it is placed in the bell of his tongue and is melted.

This sand is used for all types of chronic and acquired kidney diseases, kidney failure syndrome, gynecological diseases, children’s rickets, etc. Stay in the tent. B/L/D

Visit the saxaul watershed to see the long-lived saxaul Grove and taste the fruits of desert.

If you go to the top of the hill, the edge of the hill is like a knife blade, and there is no wind, but there is a layer of silk sand, like a flap of yellow silk fibers. From the top of the Sandy Mountain, The Great Gobi of Uush and Nomgon, with saxaul thickets, and the saxaul watercourses are clear. Stay in the tent or a ger camp. B/L/D 

In the Mandal-Ovoo soum of Umnugobi province, there are 40-60 km long and 1375-1695m mountains and ridges, one of which is the algui red crack. The Algui red cliff is known and It includes historical and cultural sites located in Tsogt Ovoo and Mandal Ovoo soums, such as Sevrei Khairkhan, the foundation of the Togoontumur Khan’s Palace, sandalwoods, and dinosaur remains. Stay in the “Gobi dinosaur” tourist camp. B/L/D

After breakfast, continue travelling to Yoliin Am (The Vulture Valley) which is a picturesque place nestled between the beautiful peaks of the Gurvan Saikhan Mountain. Spend the day visiting local Gobi Museum and trekking through the valley. Mongolian Gobi is a home to dinosaur remains and fossilized eggs. Stay in the “Khanbogd” tourist camp in Yoliin Am. (B/L/D)

Start the day with a travel to Khongoryn els or sand dunes. The Khongor dunes are up to 300 m high, 15 kms wide and continues 180 km. Climbing up the sand dunes is challenging but worth for a spectacular view when the sun sets in. Khongor sand dunes is a great place for riding a camel. Mongolia has two humped Bactrian camels and we praise the camels as Dinosaur of Gobi. Therefore, enjoy riding a camel in sand dunes. Stay in the “Gobi Erdene” tourist camp. (B/L/D)

There are petroglyphs dating back thousands of years that is located in the mountains Ikh Bayan of the village Bayanlig, Bayankhongor province. 

Winter shelter of the scripted edge

It is a beautiful harmony of human nature, and from an artistic point of view, it is not only a direct view of ancient human thinking, but also a sense of how the colors of nature have adorned it.

More than half of rock art images are wild sheep and Ibex.

The feature of the rock art in the script is that, in addition to the visuals, the laminated images of a natural rock appear to be painted in gilded yellow ink on a chronological basis.

In the rock piercing, natural elements are absorbed, forming a golden yellow color and shining away.

A feature of rock art in the Gobi region is camels that have lived in harmony in the area since time immemorial.

The “Mongolian Altai mountain rock art complex” was listed as a cultural category in the World Heritage List in 2011.

Within the Altai mountain rock art, a unique monument in terms of both shape and color is the complex of rock art at the mouth of the script.

Chronologically, it belongs to the Bronze Age (3rd-1st thousand years), but it belongs to many historical periods. Stay at the tourist camp. B/L/D

The Eight Lake is located 115 km from the Center of Uvurkhangai province. The roads are very rough, but tourists often come to this region from the northwest to ride horses. The Eight Lake is located in the central part of Mongolia, in the middle of the Khangai mountains which are above level sea 2400 meters. Most of the land is located in Uyanga soum of Uvurkhangai province, bordering bat-Ulzii Soum to the West. It also forms part of the Orkhon Valley National Park. To the North is a sparsely populated area surrounded by steppes scattered with volcanic rocks.

There are eight lakes called Shireet, Khaliut, Bugat, Khaya, Khuis, Mukhar, Duruu, and Bayan-Uul, which are connected by underground aquifers. Lakes range from 500 meters to 3 km. As of 2007, the 2nd largest lake of the Lakes has dried up to about 10% of the gender Lake and the 2 smaller lakes have completely dried up. The eight lakes of navel have soil in the mountain tag belt, coniferous and Siberian Blackwood and birch forests. In the north it is surrounded by volcanic rock Plains and bare-topped mountains. In this area there are gray wolves, red deer, wild boars, marmots, squirrels, chipmunks etc. About 50 species of birds are recorded in the Red Book of Mongolia, including snow Khajir eagle and Ukhaa khajir Eagle. Stay at the “Naiman nuur” tourist camp B/L/D

Orkhon waterfall, also called Ulaan Tsutgalan, is one of the best sights in central Mongolia. About 25m downstream from the waterfall you can climb down to the bottom of the gorge; 22m deep and dotted with pine trees. Approximately 20.000 years ago, the waterfall was formed due to earthquake and merged from volcanic eruptions. However, the water doesn’t run all year and will only start to flow after the first good summer rain. Best time to see it is late July and August.

The waterfall can be reached in 4-5 hours from Kharkhorin (Karakorum) and in 2-3 hours from Tuvkhun temple. Travel routes from Gobi Desert to Central Mongolia passes close by the waterfall. The road to the waterfall is not easily accessible, owing to rocky surface of the area along the Orkhon river.

Orkhon River itself is the longest river in Mongolia with length of 1124 kilometers (709 miles). It originates in Khangai Mountain Range and merges to Selenge River, eventually reaching Lake Baikal. The Orkhon has many species of fish like the pike, Siberian sturgeon, taimen, Asian common asp, Siberian grayling, roach etc. For its historical value related to Great Mongolian Empire, Orkhon river Valley is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and has been protected since 2006 as a National Park. Stay at the “Khurkhree Tour” Tourist Camp. B/L/D

After breakfast, drive to Kharkhorin, the ancient capital of Mongolia. Kharkhorin is 380 km from Ulaanbaatar and upon arrival, visit Erdene Zuu Buddhist Monastery which was built in the 16th century. One of the must visit tourist attractions in Kharkhorin is Kharkhorin archaeological museum. Visit the museum after lunch. Kharkorin has many attractions and one of them is Three Kings’ Monument that each represent the empires of Hunnu, Turkic and Mongol. Stay at the “Munkh tenger” tourist camp. (B/L/D)

Hustai National Park as a Specially Protected Area since 1993, one year after the initiation of the reintroduction project of the Takhi (Przewalski’s horse) to the Hustain Nuruu. The HNP extends through the Khentii Mountains and includes the western edge of the Mongolian steppe at the boundaries of Altanbulag, Argalant and Bayankhangai Soums of Töv Province. The park is about 100 km from the capital city of Ulaanbaatar to the west.

The HNP covers 50,600 ha land which is home to 459 species of vascular plants, 85 species of lichens, 90 species of moss and 33 species of mushrooms. 44 species of mammals have been recorded, including Altai wapiti, Mongolian gazelle, roe deer, wild boar, wild sheep, ibex, Mongolian marmots, grey wolf, Eurasian lynx, Pallas’s cat, red fox, corsac fox and Eurasian badger. The 217 species of birds include golden eagle, lammergeier, great bustard, whooper swan, black stork, Daurian partridge and little owl. There are 16 species of fish, 2 species of amphibians, and 385 species of insects (including 21 species of ants, 55 species of butterflies, 10 species of bush crickets and 29 species of grasshoppers). A new species of soil insect has been found in the Hustai and given the scientific name of Epidamaeus khustaiensis.

In 2002, the Man and the Biosphere Reserves organization of UNESCO certified the HNP as a member of the world biosphere network of natural reserves. The HNPT was enrolled as a member of IUCN in 2007. Stay at the” Hustai Lunabo” tourist camp. B/L/D

Early morning drive back to the city. On the way back, stop at Mongol Nomadic Tourist camp where you can enjoy watching bits of Mongolian tradition culture such as hot to assemble a ger, how nomadic people make felt and a short distance horse racing. In the evening, back to the city and arrive at the hotel. (B/L/D)

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Tour Details

Price included: 

  • Guide
  • Hotels
  • Tourist camps
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • Horse and camel riding
  • Horse guide
  • Entry fees for monasteries Museums National parks
  • Tickets of entertainments and camels and horse racing
  • Cultural performance

Price excluded

  • International airfare ticket
  • Insurance
  • Drinks
  • Emergency land rescue if required
  • Tips etc…

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DURATION: 12 day 11 night


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