Mongolia

Traditional. Vast. Intriguing.

NOMADIC HERDERS AMIDST PASTURE AND STEPPE

Connoisseurs of adventure travel take note: Mongolia opened up to the outside world two decades ago, and the few who have ventured into this majestic land have witnessed one of the world's last remaining horse-based nomadic cultures. A vanishing veneer of 20th-century Soviet socialism had little impact on traditional Mongolian life. Most people still live in felt gers (yurts) with their livestock and horses by their side, practicing Tibetan Buddhism and a pastoral lifestyle that has remained unchanged for centuries.

YOUR JOURNEY, YOUR WAY

Like an architect creating your one-of-a-kind home, our Asia Travel Experts craft your personalized journey from the ground up. Your preference of destinations, pace, budget, dates, activities and lodging are skillfully arranged, down to the finest detail. Begin planning your custom luxury travel to Asia or the Pacific today!

HERE ARE SOME IDEAS

  • Ride a camel in the Gobi Desert
  • Attend an iconic, local naadam (festival), celebrating the ancient arts of wrestling, archery and horse racing
  • Explore Mongolia’s idiosyncratic capital city of Ulaanbaatar, including the iconic Ganden Khiid Monastery
  • Visit Genghis Khan’s ancient capital and Erdenezuu Monastery
  • Stargaze from your remote ger camp on the shores of Lake Khovsgol
  • Spot wild Przewalski’s horses (also called “takhi”) on an evening game drive

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