Besides from Mongolian beautiful landscapes, the main attraction of our country lies in its nomadic tradition and unique lifestyle. About 850.000 nomads live in traditional Mongolian lifestyle right now. In order to safe-keep the nomadic tradition we invite you to live as a nomad encouraging them to meet foreigners exchanging cultural similarity and differences. Be a nomad like a Mongolian doing every day works and activities. During these days you’ll spend time with them from dawn till dusk, learning their etiquette and engage in the daily chores, such as participating in cooking, making different kinds of dairy products, milking cows and sheep, herding the livestock with lasso on horseback await you.
Ulaanbaatar – Nomad community – Khustai NP – Ulaanbaatar.
We will pick you up from your hotel at 8 am. One hour drive towards south west of Ulaanbaatar brings us to the mountain valley where the nomad family resides. They will welcome you with their unique traditional etiquette. They will offer unconventional home-made special dairy products, Mongolian salty milk tea or Suuteitsai, Mongolian biscuit or boortsog and so on. You can interact with nomad people and get well acquainted with their nature hugging lifestyle. It’s optional to hire a horse riding service. Explore the neighborhood by trekking around local area. You will feast upon the Mongolian traditional cuisine. In the evening you will be mentored with a lesson of “Shagai”, traditional game. You’ll have an opportunity to play with nomad family various type of game like eliminate the similar herding animal, capture the livestock and horse racing game which you need the shagai or sheep ankle bones to play. We’ll be staying in a nomad family guest ger. LD
After the nomad daily breakfast, we will continue our journey to Turkish historical monument Ungut, the ancient graveyard of 7th century then continue on travelling to Khustai National Park which is encompassing an area of 50.620hectare is the habitat of resurrected wild Mongolian horses popularly known as Takhi or Przewalski’s horse. Explore the park to spot the Takhi horses in the wilderness. We’ll have a lunch in the ger camp of Khustai National Park. We will visit the information center and get more insight about the Takhi horse. Late afternoon we will head back to Ulaanbaatar city and transfer you to your hotel. End of the service. BL
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Your guide and driver will pick you up at the location you confirmed with us in advance. It can be your accommodation, airport or train station in Ulaanbaatar. Pick up time will be stated at the confirmation document/or single email we would send you after the booking made.
Joining point instructions
Meet your tour guide who holds a welcoming board with your name(s) shown. It is your responsibility to advise us of your accommodation, number of flight/or train and carriage numbers in advance.
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Highlight was the first day with the nomadic family near Khustai National Park- that was amazing! And it was beyond my best expectations.
Seeing Takhi (wild horse) in Khustai National Park. Spending time with local family was the highlights of my trip.