Come join us on a fascinating journey through Mongolia, one of the last remaining wilderness regions about to change dramatically with the advent of mining. Travel through this sparsely populated country located between the Russian Federation in the north and China to the south.
Spend time at the Naadam Festival in Kharakhorum. Mingle with hundreds who gather for archery, wrestling, horse racing competitions as well and people watching – a photographer’s dream trip! View towering sand dunes and the flaming cliffs in the Gobi Desert. See the famous Przewalski horses and stay in a ger (tent) camp. Enjoy remote scenery and Mongolian hospitality, view exquisite art and antiquity and revel in this spectacular, untamed country. Continue to spectacular Lake Hovsgol, the “Dark Pearl” of Mongolia, which is surrounded by 9,000-foot peaks in an untouched setting of forest; mountains, and meadows where wildflowers abound.
If you choose to add the 7 day Siberia & Lake Baikal Extension, your journey continues through the rolling hills of Mongolia to Siberia on an overnight train ride to Ulaan Ude and the village of ‘Old Believers’ who have been able to preserve their 17th century traditions, clothing, architecture, language and style of singing. Visit the Russian lakeside town of Listvyanka and enjoy scenic views of Siberia's UNESCO-listed Lake Baikal, the world’s oldest and deepest lake!
Ulaan Baatar * Kharakhorum * Gobi Desert * Lake Hovsgol
July 5 - 20, 2020 (Naadam Festival)
2020 Land & Internal Air: $6840 per person (6+ members)
2020 Single Supplement: $960
Moderate / strenuous. For the adventurous! Special local festival
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