- Immerse in Mongolian culture and nature with our School trip program, offering a unique journey that explores the best of Ulaanbaatar and National Parks around. This eye-opening experience brings you in touch with local students your age, allowing you to learn about their traditions and customs while forming lasting friendships.
- Dive into the rich history of Mongolia by visiting impressive historical sites connected to the Chinggis Khaan and the Great Mongol Empire. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover Mongolia!
Day 01: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Day 02: Ulaanbaatar city tour – International school visit
Day 03: Hustai National Park (Wild Horse Park)
Day 04: Terelj National Park, Hiking
Day 05: Terelj National Park, Horse riding, Star gazing, Traditional games
Day 06: Chinggis Khaan Statue Complex, Ger District, Volunteer work
Day 07: Departure
DATE & PRICE
Tour Price 2024/25
* A tour price depends on the number of a group of pax.
* This tour package can be fully customizable to fit your travel plan!
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Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia & escorted transfer to hotel. After check-in, an Amicus guide will review the itinerary schedule, and emergency procedures, and answer questions.
Evening: Welcome dinner.
Accommodation: Hotel 4*. Meals: Dinner
Ulaanbaatar City Tour
Morning: Sukhbaatar Square – Central Square of the City, Gandan Monastery
Afternoon: Visit an International school, and exchange activities with local students
Accommodation: Hotel 4*. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Sukhbaatar Square is the central square of Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar. The square was named for Mongolian revolutionary hero Damdin Sükhbaatar after his death in 1923. The square’s name was changed to Chinggis Square in 2013 in honor of Genghis Khan, considered the founding father of Mongolia, but the original name was restored in 2016.
Gandan Monastery is the largest functioning Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. The main highlight of this monastery is a 26-meter-high majestic gilded indoor statue of Megjid Janraisig.
Hustai National Park (Wild Horse Park)
Morning: Drive to Hustai National Park
Afternoon: Visit a small information center
Evening: Drive a short distance and hike to see the wild horses in their natural habitat
Accommodation: Tourist camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Total distance: 100km, driving for ~ 2hrs.
Hustai National Park: This area, with a unique landscape that features mountains and steppe, is home to the Mongolian wild horse known as the Prezewalski horse (Takhi). Takhi and marmots are easy to see around 2-3hrs earlier than sunset, during they come down from the mountains for water to stream. There are 7 different species of Wild horses (3 species of zebra & 3 species of Wild ass) left on the planet but the Takhi is the last truly wild horse of the planet.
Terelj National Park, Hiking in the nature
Morning: Drive to the most visited National Park named Terelj
Afternoon: Hiking in nature and visit the Ariyabal meditation temple
Accommodation: Tourist camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Total distance: 170km, driving for ~ 3hrs
Terelj National Park: Terelj National Park is located 65 km northeast of Ulaanbaatar. High granite stone mountains with forest-covered northern slopes and multitudes of wildflower meadows along the spectacular shape rocks formed by wind are a favorite scenery for visitors. Fast-flowing rivers and streams make the national park more beautiful.
Ariyabal meditation temple is situated in the scenic area of Terelj National Park, 3 km from Turtle Rock. Buddhist Monks performed meditation rituals for many years amongst beautiful and tranquil mountains. The temple is surrounded by scenic mountains with interesting rock formations and sits at the top of the mountain. From the top, you can enjoy the breathtaking view overlooking the Terelj National Park.
Terelj National Park (Horse riding), Star gazing, Traditional games
Morning: Visit a local nomadic family to experience firsthand how people live in the countryside and their lifestyle which has not changed for centuries. Horse riding tour to explore Terelj from the back horse.
Afternoon: You can enjoy your free afternoon. Optional Hiking and group games or archery.
Evening: Star gazing and traditional games
Accommodation: Tourist camp.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Genghis Khan Statue Complex – Ulaanbaatar half day tour
Morning: Drive to the Genghis Khan Statue Complex
Afternoon: Visit Ger District and do volunteer work
Evening: Farewell dinner
Accommodation: Hotel 4*.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Total distance: 100km, driving for ~ 3hrs
Genghis Khan Statue Complex is currently the biggest (40m high) equestrian statue in the world. There is a recreation area, restaurants, and souvenir shops occupy the base structure. From here, you can ascend to the head of the horse using an elevator.
Ger District: A Ger district is a form of residential district in Mongolian settlements. They usually consist of parcels with one or more detached traditional tented houses or Gers (hence the name), surrounded by two-meter-high wooden fences. In other countries, gers are known as yurts. Most Ger districts are not connected to water supplies, so people get their drinking water from public wells.
You will be free at leisure in your hotel or wander around on your own until being escorted to the Chinggis Khaan International Airport for your departure flight home. End of service. Meal: Breakfast
FAQ & HELP
- If you would like to book this trip, please send us your request.
- A deposit of 20% of the total tour price is required to book and confirm this trip.
- The balance must be paid at least 30 days prior to departure.
- We accept online payments with Master/Visa/AMEX cards only as a deposit to confirm the trip.
- You should pay the balance to us by wire transfer. Usually it takes 2-3 working days until payment reach in our account.
- Western Union is the fastest way to pay us. We can get your payment in a few minutes once you send the money.
- Cash payment is only accepted in exceptional cases.
You will stay in a good 4-star hotel in Ulaanbaatar. An upgrade is possible on request!
During the excursion in the countryside, you will stay in Tourist Ger camps.
Tourist Camp is a kind of hotel that serves customers with Ger (Yurt) instead of a hotel room and always located at the best viewing spot. It’s the most popular accommodation type for a countryside trip in Mongolia that consists of 30-40 Gers (Mongolian traditional yurt), a restaurant and some entertainment facilities.
Most visitors happy to stay in Ger, which provide an authentic taste of Mongolian culture and adventure, their most enjoyable experience in Mongolia.
More information and pictures: What is the Tourist camp?
During your trip in Mongolia, you will be served mainly European dishes and sometimes authentic Mongolian foods. Lunch and dinner consist of 3-4 courses (soup and/or salad, main course, dessert) and bottled water.
If you require special meals due to religious, medical limitation and vegetarian food, please inform us so that arrangements can be made in advance.
Car: A good car is an important part of your comfort trip in Mongolia. There will be a good 4×4 car for this trip based on the number of people in your group.
Road: The asphalted roads are 40% and the unpaved roads are 60%.
During the trip, it takes approximately 2-6 hours driving (80-280km) from one to next destination depending on road and weather condition on each driving day. But it is not nonstop drive! We can take a short stop frequently everywhere along the road for photographs, toilets, stretch and meet with local nomads.
Hiking boots and sandals, waterproof jacket, raincoat, umbrella, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, comfortable shoe, insect repellent, sunscreen, and prescription medication (if required).
Gear: Camera, binoculars, flashlight and travel lamp. Some Tourist camps do not have 24-hour electricity. It is therefore recommended to bring your own travel lamp!
More read: Mongolia Travel FAQ