“Grasslands in Mongolia”
You are whisked away from the city on this three day adventure as you head towards Khustain Nuruu National Park and the ger camp.
You’ll get to enjoy some delicious Mongolian food before having the opportunity to admire the greenery with grazing sheep and yaks accompanied by lone horsemen and white nomadic gers dotted all over the countryside, a unique and recognisable sight in Mongolian scenery and culture.
The Prejewalski wild horses are bred in the National Park and you’ll have a chance to see this amazing creatures grazing in the mountains as you hike before returning to your camp to sleep amongst the gorgeous Mongolian nature.
The second day gives you the chance to explore your surroundings even more as you hike through the National Park with your own packed lunch so you don’t miss one second of nature and can rest amongst the scenery as you stroll through.
You’ll have one more night to rest in these flourishing landscapes before returning to the bustle of the capital the next morning after three days of hiking whilst appreciating the nature and wildlife.
Location: Mongolia, Ulan-Bator
Category: Culture and History
Duration: 48 hours
A local guide and any other fees including any museum entrance fees. Meals and transfers included only where stated
For groups of more than 6 people, price will be provided on application.
Restrictions: No restrictions but involves walking
Physical rating: Easy – Suitable for all