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Naadam Festival 2018 | Best of Mongolia Tour


Naadam Festival 2018 | Best of Mongolia Tour
11 days / 10 nights


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Ulaanbaatar - Hustai National Park - Karakorum & Erdenezuu monastery - Ongi -  Gobi Desert; Bayanzag - Khongor sand dunes - Yol valley - Terelj National Park - Genghis Khan Statue Complex  - Naadam festival (opening ceremony, wrestling, horse racing and archery)...

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In Brief


Mongolia is truly one of the world’s last undiscovered travel destinations and the safest country to visit. It is a land where you can experience wide-open spaces, cobalt blue skies, forests, deserts, crystal clear rivers and lakes, and the traditional hospitality of the nomads.
The tour takes 11 days to cover central and southern part of Mongolia and visit the most popular travel destinations including the most interesting national parks, UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Karakorum and Gobi Desert; distinctive landscapes of towering sand dunes, wide open steppes, iced Georges, Rocky Mountains, red cliffs, stunning sunsets, sunrises and much more!
Also, the tour combines with the most colorful and amazing Naadam festival; held every year in July and all Mongolians celebrate the three manly sports of horse racing, archery and wrestling.
The festival registered with the Intangible Heritage Fund of UNESCO.
Relaxing in wild nature and explore Mongolian culture, history and nomadic life style... camel riding, climbing to sand dunes, hiking and feel free driving through the wilderness are the main activities.

Brief Itinerary:

Tour code
: 46
Group I:
Travel date: 02 July - 12 July.
02 Jul    Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, capital city of Mongolia  
03 Jul    Mongol Nomadic show - Hustai National Park trip (wild horse park)
04 Jul    Kharakorum & Erdenezuu Buddhist Monastery
05 Jul    Ongi River valley, Middle Gobi
06 Jul    Ongi steppe - Bayanzag (Flaming cliffs), Gobi
07 Jul    Khongor sand dunes, the biggest sand dunes in Gobi
08 Jul    Yol valley, Three beauties of the Gobi Mt. National Park
09 Jul    Flight to Ulaanbaatar – Terelj National Park trip
10 Jul    Genghis Khan’s Statue Complex – Naadam horse racing at Hui doloon khudag
11 Jul    Naadam festival opening ceremony – half day city tour
12 Jul    Departure

Tour code
: 45
Group II:
Travel date: 10 July - 20 July.
10 Jul    Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, capital city of Mongolia  
11 Jul    Naadam festival opening ceremony – half day city tour
12 Jul    Naadam, horse racing at Hui doloon khudag - Khugnu Khan Mt.National Park
13 Jul    Kharakorum & Erdenezuu Buddhist Monastery
14 Jul    Ongi River valley, Middle Gobi
15 Jul    Ongi steppe - Bayanzag (Flaming cliffs), Gobi
16 Jul    Khongor sand dunes, the biggest sand dunes in Gobi
17 Jul    Dunganee canyon & Yol valley in Gobi
18 Jul    Flight to Ulaanbaatar – Terelj National Park trip
19 Jul    Genghis Khan’s Statue Complex – Ulaanbaatar city tour
20 Jul    Departure

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In Detail

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01 (10 July): Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, capital city of Mongolia

Whenever, your international flight lands in city airport, you will be transferred to the hotel in Ulaanbaatar. Free at leisure for the rest of the day. You may need some time to relax and recover from the long-distance flight or possibly from jet-lag. If you feel like going for a walk and checking out places nearby, feel free to ask from your hotel reception for recommendations.
Accommodation: Hotel 4*. Meals: not included on this day

Day 02 (11 July): Naadam festival opening ceremony – half day city tour

In the morning at 8.30am, your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and joining in naadam tour group. Today we will be attending the opening ceremony of the Festival of Naadam in Ulaanbaatar national stadium. It's Mongolia's biggest, most colorful and most important annual cultural event, focusing on three sports: horse racing, Mongolian-style wrestling, and archery. It's no coincidence that all three skills derive from the capabilities of Genghis Khan's legendary military - a force that conquered and controlled the largest empire the world has ever known.
Before have lunch, we visit naadam archery field beside central stadium. The archery field will be filled with men and women archers in colorful ethnic national costumes who shooting arrows from their bows. This kind of contest was in existence in the 13th century and was in use until recently.
Also, we will visit stadium of ankle-bone shooting competition. Even though naadam’s original nickname is “three manly games” meaning wrestling, horse racing and archery, a fourth game came into the naadam’s official agenda in 1998, Mongolian ankle-bone shooting (shagain harvaa), and another UNESCO registered world heritage. Ancle-bone shooting by middle finger is a team game, a sort of miniature version of bowling.
After lunch, we will start guided city tour and visit “Gandan” Monastery, Mongolia’s largest functioning Buddhist monastery. Listen to the horns calling lamas and monks to temple, and capture the monks’ daily rituals while visiting the adjoining Megjid Janraisig and Temples. The temple houses feature a 26-meter-high majestic gilded statue of Migjid Janraisig.
Next, we will visit Bogd Khaan Palace Museum - The complex was built between 1893 and 1903 dedicated to the 8th Bogd Javzandamba, the head of Mongolian religion. The palace museum consists of seven Summer Prayer temples and the winter palace.
Afterwards, visit Zaisan Memorial Hill is located in the south side of Ulaanbaatar City, right beside the Bogd Khan Mountain having a best view of the city and surrounding hills. Transfer to the hotel.
Accommodation: Hotel, and Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.

Day 03 (12 July): Naadam, horse racing at Hui doloon khudag – Hugnu Khan Mt. National Park

Be picked up from hotel at 08:00 am. This morning we will take 1-1.5 hrs drive to Hui Doloon hudag (horse racing field of Naadam festival) for witness the Naadam horse races, featuring children riding bareback across the steppe. All of these racers from each corners of Mongolia.
You will experience the brilliant madness of the horse race field and the unsurpassed cultural opportunity to watch the “Soyolon” (5-year-old horse) race will start for 25km - Soyolon horse is the fastest and most powerful. Mongolians often say that the one who stands in dust of Soyolon race will be blessed till next Naadam. So don’t be surprised if you see many businessmen, crowds of people wearing fancy traditional garments, as well as the Mongolia ‘strong-men’ that will wait for Mongolian fastest of the Soyolon horses. While you are waiting for next race, you will have a great opportunity to take photography local horse trainers, peoples with traditional garments and so more.
After explore Hui doloon khudag, drive to Hugnu Khan National Park - It is a picturesque area of Rocky Mountains, semi desert, Gobi sand dunes and steppes all in one location represents three different natural zones. There is ideal for hiking, wild life observation and photography. There we will visit Uvgun Monastery in the national park through the semi-desert and interesting Rocky Mountains in beautiful Mountain View.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 04 (13 July): Kharakorum & Erdenezuu Buddhist Monastery

In the morning, we will take 2hrs drive to Kharkhorin - is a small village and one of the country's major tourist destinations and historically known as Karakorum city.
Arrival in the village, we will visit museum of Karakorum, the symbolic ruins of ancient city. Karakoram was once the capital of the Mongolia Empire, which was the largest contiguous empire in the World history, consisted of much of Asia and parts of Eastern Europe. In 1220, Karakorum was founded by Genghis Khan in the Orkhon valley, at the crossroads of the Silk Road. The city flourished with wealth and culture, especially as artists and intellectuals were brought over from Europe to enhance the Eurasian capital.
Also, we will visit to the magnificent and the oldest Buddhist Monastery complex of Erdene Zuu, built in the 16th century, with 108 stupas. The monastery is still active, and there are temple museums and buildings where monks live and pray. Here you can see interesting listen to monk chanting Buddhist sutras.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 05 (14 July): Ongi River valley, Middle Gobi

After breakfast, our trip continue to the ruined monastery of Ongi Temple lies on the banks of the Ongi River and it’s the half way point between the two major travel destinations-the Southern Gobi and Karakorum. It was destroyed by the communist purges of the 1930s and is being restored by a number of monks. It is an amazing site and stretches across the valley in the mountainous area around the river. The views of the ruins, river, Ger camps and the surrounding area are very impressive, you can see from any of the nearby hills.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 06 (15 July): Ongi steppe - Bayanzag (Flaming cliffs), Gobi

Today, we will travel through the huge open landscape called Ongi steppe, which is over 80km wide steppe in the Gobi zone and come to around lunch time at Ger camp, it’s located near the Bayanzag.
In the afternoon, you have a free time to be your own until dinner time. There are available to watch a documentary about Gobi, try Mongolian archery to shoot at a target or just enjoy walking around the camp. After dinner, we will take little drive to see rich a sexual threes and red cliffs as flaming at Bayanzag - is a famous area for the first discovery of dinosaur eggs, bones and complete dinosaur skeletons in the world paleontological history which is discovered by Roy Chapman Andrews, American expedition in the 1920.
If you are really lucky, it’s possible to find an egg and bones of dinosaurs from here. White fossilized bones and eggs are still found nowadays by paleontologists, local herdsmen and travelers.
Also, this area well known for red tall rocks formed as a result of wind and water erosion which look like fire in the middle of the desert from distance, especially in the evening sunshine. As scientists defined it was an inland sea bottom some 200 million years ago.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 07 (16 July): Khongor sand dunes, the biggest sand dunes in Gobi

Take a drive west to the extraordinary sand dunes of Khongor. This is the biggest sand dunes and one of the most scenic areas of Gobi. The dunes rise abruptly from the plain, in some places reaching a height of 300 meters, and extend over an area between 2-12 km in width and 180 km in length.
In the afternoon, after lunch time, we will take some personal refreshment in Ger camp. In the early evening, we will visit local camel herder family in their Ger, explore their unique nomadic lifestyle.
Its chance to try drinking Hormog (fermented Mongolian camel milk).
The sand dunes are the perfect place for camel riding. We will discover this magnificent place on camel back. Mongolia is home to 2/3 of the two-humped Bactrian camels in the world. It is a gentle, calm and extraordinary patient animal and can carry on without water for a month. The two-humped camels are very comfortable to ride, as they walk slowly and gently and we will be well supported by the humps, sitting comfortably between them. Our camel man will take us to the biggest sand-dune.
In the evening, we will climb up to the Singing Dune, one of the highest dunes, opportunity to see the breathtaking view of the surrounding area and amazing sunshine panorama of sand dunes. When it is windy some of the dunes give a strange sound like the engines of an aero plane, for which they are named the “singing dunes”.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 08 (17 July): 
Dungenee Canyon & Yol valley in Gobi
After breakfast, we will go ahead to Yol valley (Eagle or Vulture valley) situated in “Three beauties of Gobi” Mt. National Park. This valley is originally established to conserve birdlife in the region. But it’s now more famous for its dramatic scenery in the middle of the Gobi Desert with a meter’s thick ice almost all year around, except late summer.
After lunch at local restaurant at Bayandalai village, we will drive through Dungenee Canyon and reach at the Yol valley. There we will do hiking through grassy meadows, small streams, long and narrow valley with sheltered by high cliff walls, sunlight bouncing off amazing rocks, covered with wild flowers and Gobi plants. You may be lucky enough to spot wild sheep and goat, grazing high on the cliff walls.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 09 (18 July): Flight to Ulaanbaatar – Terelj National Park trip 
Early this morning, transfer to the local airport for morning flight to Ulaanbaatar. Upon arrival in the city, drive to Terelj National Park, this is one of the most visited national parks in Mongolia. There are we will see Turtle Rock - interesting rock formation looking like a turtle and visit Ariyabal meditation temple - surrounded by scenic mountains with massive rock formations and sits at top of the mountain. The distance between the gate and the actual temple is about 1 km and it is only accessible by walking.
To get to the top, you would cross the suspension bridge and climb up on 108 stairs, according to Buddhist prayer beads. This small hike is seen as a ritual to cleanse one’s sins. From the top, you can enjoy the breathtaking view overlooking the Terelj National Park.
Also we will visit local nomadic family to experience firsthand how people live the country side, a lifestyle which has not changed for centuries. Here you can help the herders with their daily tasks to get an idea of how nomadic people alongside of their livestock.
Accommodation: Ger camp, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 10 (19 July): Genghis Khan’s Statue Complex – Ulaanbaatar city tour

After breakfast, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar. On the way we will visit “Genghis Khan Statue Complex” which 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, we use an elevator or walk to the head of the horse through chest and back neck of the horse, where we can have farseeing and good panorama view over the complex area.
After lunch at “Modern Nomads” restaurant in the city, we will start guided city tour and visit Genghis Khan’s square & Parliament House and National Museum of Mongolia to get an overview of Mongolia’s history and culture. Examine on nomadic life, including Stone and Bronze Age artifacts, traditional costumes, and sacred relics.
Next, we will visit “Gandan” Monastery, Mongolia’s largest functioning Buddhist monastery. Listen to the horns calling lamas and monks to temple, and capture the monks’ daily rituals while visiting the adjoining Megjid Janraisig and Temples. The temple houses feature a 26-meter-high majestic gilded statue of Migjid Janraisig.
After that you will be transferred to the hotel for some refreshment in the hotel. If you want to go shopping for souvenirs and local products, your guide will be ready to serve you for that.
In the evening at 18.00, we will visit “Wonders of Mongolia” folklore show by famous Tumen-Ekh ensemble - is one of the most successful folk art groups to share traditional Mongolian music with the world, having traveled to over 40 countries.
At 19.30, farewell dinner will be served at “Bd’s Mongolian Barbeque” international chain restaurant. Transfer to the hotel.
Accommodation: Hotel 4*, and Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Day 11 (20 July): Departure

As your memorable trip comes to end, then you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to your next destination or home. Meals: Breakfast.

Date, Price & FAQ

Tour Date, Price?:

Join in Small Group 
Price from Inquire this tour
Group-1: Jun 02 - Jun 12, 2017 Fully booked

Group-2: Jul 10 - Jul 20, 2017

Fully booked

Group-2: Jul 02 - Jul 12, 2018


Group-2: Jul 10 - Jul 20, 2018

Small Group & Big Experience:
Minimum 4 and maximum 8-12 travelers in a group! 
Possible to book for private tour!
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What’s included in the Price?

  • English speaking local guide(s),
  • 10nights accommodations based on twin/double occupancy;
         -  Good 4* hotel in the city – 3nights
         -  Best Ger camps in the countryside – 7 nights
  • All meals 27 as specified in the itinerary: 10 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches & 8 Dinners,
  • All relevant transfers and transportation in air-conditioned vehicle + Experienced driver,
  • All sightseeing and entrance fees as described in the itinerary,
  • All Internal flights + included all tax, free luggage allowance is 15-20kg,
  • Naadam Festival Opening Ceremony Ticket(s) with best seat(s)
  • Car entry permission to Naadam stadium and horse racing field,
  • “Wonders of Mongolian Art” performance by famous “Tumen Ekh” ensemble,
  • Camel ride at Khongor sand dunes,
  • 0.5l * 2-3 bottled water per day during the trip ,
  • All service charge, local and government Taxes,
  • Visa invitation letter, if required.

What’s Not included in the Price?

  • International flights and visa,
  • Travel and medical insurance,
  • Daily personal expenses, additional services & single rooms,
  • Excess luggage charges – 1.5$ per kg for internal flight,
  • Hotel early check-in and late check-out. 


Q: When do I need to pay?
A: If your tour departs within 30 days full payment is required, otherwise a deposit of $300 per person will confirm your booking.
Final & full payment must be made at least 30 days prior to your departure date.

Q: What are my payment options?
A: For your deposit, we accept Visa, MasterCard. For your tour balance we accept only Bank transfer or cash.

Q: What type of accommodation will we be staying in?
A: According to the Mongolian rating system, 2- 5 star hotels are approved to receive foreign guests.
Our accommodations are carefully chosen, based on our research, our experience, and feedback from clients, to provide the best combination of high-quality accommodations, affordability, and convenient location.
We give clients the opportunity to stay in a wide range of accommodation, depending on tour from 3* to 5* hotels in Ulaanbaatar and best tourist Ger camps in countryside trip.

Q: What is tourist Ger Camp?
A: Tourist Ger camp is traditional style accommodation with full service facilities, most commonly used in outside of the city. The Ger is a round structure of walls, poles and a peaked roof covered with canvas and felt, and tightened with ropes.
Tourist Ger camp - has consists with 20-30 Gers (Mongolian traditional dwelling), restaurant, and some entertainment facilities, western style toilet and hot water showers. Each Ger has 2 beds and furnished with a table, chairs and wood-stove. Most visitors prefer to stay in Ger, which provide an authentic taste of Mongolian culture and adventure, their most enjoyable experience in Mongolia.

Q: What meal is included? What is the restaurant like?
A: We select restaurants based on our experiences, client satisfaction, location and cuisine. Normally we include three meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) each day during the whole trip.
In Ulaanbaatar, you can expect a good variety of quality restaurants with international foods. Breakfasts usually are served in western style at the hotel where you stay.
We mostly use following restaurants for lunch & dinner in the city trip: “Modern Nomads”, “bd’s Mongolia Barbeque”, “City Nomads”, and hotel restaurants in Ulaanbaatar. Lunch & dinners are mostly served in Western food, and sometimes Mongolian food, or a combination.
Outside of the city, we generally eat breakfast and dinner in best tourist Ger camp in their region and some day of longer trip take a packed lunch. Your packed lunch will be carried in appropriate containers to prevent spillage or spoiling. Ger camps serve both Mongolian and international foods, and there will usually be a choice of main dish.

Q: I am a vegetarian; will you provide vegetarian meals for me?
A: Sure, we can always make the arrangement according to your requirements. So if you have any special requirements on your food, please let us know so that we can inform the restaurants beforehand to meet your needs.

Q: How about vehicles and road trips?
A: In 2014, roughly 14% of Mongolian 40000km road is paved and the rest is earth-roads. But, almost 35% of main tourist destinations roads are connected with paved roads. Most travel takes place on the earth-roads, which are gravel, dirt roads and sometimes muddy and bumpy.
On overland tours, we use comfortable, 4WD Korean, Russian, Japanese jeeps and vans. These vehicles are ideally suited on Mongolian countryside roads.
Our drivers are highly experienced; they know their way around the Mongolian countryside including many places which have no road sign and networked roads. They are true professionals.

More read: Mongolia Travel FAQ


Reviews & Feedbacks:


Yoshika & Yoko
We meant to write this little earlier but we wanted to take a few moments to express our deepest gratitude for making such a fantastic arrangements for our birthday trip to Mongolia.
          The entire program was excellent in a sense that it not only covered major attraction areas and activities but also included area that were not introduced in major Japanese guide book to Mongolia. So, we were very happy but what made this trip even more special was the guide, Boogii and the driver, Enkhbayar that you sent for us.  Boogii, from the beginning had very friendly and warm atmosphere and that moment we met her, we felt so safe.  She was very sincere and extremely dedicated. Always ensured that we feel comfortable with our stay including the preparation of food and making fire in ger until late at night and early in the morning.  She kindly gave us enough time to tell the history, culture, and life of Mongolian people even long after the tour/dinner time.  She also knew how to maneuver horses well and that before the horse guide informed us tips, she could quickly let us know all the useful information and that we could ride safe.  Enkhbayar, with his highly skilled driving skills and eyes to catch wild animals far in distance, gave us opportunities to be able to view these rare wild animals from very close positions.  In fact, there was a European filming crew that missed the filming opportunity of the wild horse but because we were with him, we could fine them very easily even though other drivers could not find and there were just us at deeper in the mountain.  Not only that, we’ve never met a driver in the past being so generous to share with us the stories in the way he did.  Both Enkhbayar, using his experience of being a herd man at once and Boogii by having experiencing the local life as she grew up, they shared a lots of wisdom and interesting stories and plays of herdsmen.  It was such a delight.  Both my sister and I have a tendency to take time to look one thing and that our day always ended late but they were very patient and willing to carter to our needs. We are extremely grateful to everything that they did for us. We bet they are your best people :)  
          Also, since you booked the ger at Dreamland camp, when they had Naadam Festival period, we could meet highly well-respected sumo wrestler, Mr.Dolgorsürengiin Dagvadorj, a.k.a Asashoryu.  He even invited us to his horse training area.  It was a huge honor for us and felt so lucky.  It has always been our dream to visit Mongolia, so we knew it will be wonderful but in every aspect, it couldn’t have been better if you didn’t make these arrangements for us. So, we truly thank you for all your excellent work!!  Kindest regards,Yoshiko & Yoko.
  Yoshiko & Yoko, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan. 2015 July

Kathleen Cheng
Jamaa, thank you for a well thought out itinerary. It seemed as if you read our minds and knew what we were looking for to experience: culture and nature.
A well planned itinerary requires a good team to implement it and you have a great team to make our adventure memorable.
Khulgee is a very knowledgeable guide. He has a passion for history and it shows in his day to day interaction with us talking about his country. He is a great outdoorsman as well and he accompanied us on all our excursions. In addition, Khulgee is very adaptive and flexible. He knows when to adjust the itinerary to make the best out of the circumstance. He is calm and has a good sense of humour and things are always in order.
Bugi is an amazing driver. He is skillful and he is patient. He takes care of the vehicle, always the first to be at the vehicle and the last to leave it to ensure our ride is most comfortable even during off-road.
Overall, between you, Khulgee and Bugi, Amicus has given us a wonderful experience to cherish forever. I will highly recommend my friends who are interested in visiting Mongolia to go with Amicus.
To those who are reading this and thinking of visiting Mongolia, you will have a great time with Amicus.
Kathleen, Vancouver, BC, Canada 2015 August

"Hey Amicus crew! I had a great time traveling with you in the Gobi. The trip was fantastic. My one year stay in Mongolia wouldn’t have been perfect without this incredible journey. I’ll not forget meeting the nomad families, eating the Khuushur(drinking Mongolian vodka) and having a lot of for with you guys. Thank you Davaa, Ulzii, Jargalmaa, Eric, David, Erwan, Jeff, Micke, and Mr Cool!Mash ikh bayarlalaa (Thank you very much)"
Italy, Sep 04, 2014


June Dimalanta
“Quite some time passed since we spent a wonderful time in beautiful Mongolia. This tour was extremely well organized. The local guides were often inspirational, and good food and accommodation meant that everything worked smoothly....
USA, Aug 24, 2013


Banbas family
Hi Davaa, "I hope you are well. Our trip was fantastic. Thank you so much for your help.
I'd like to give you some feedback.
The guide in Beijing, Tristan, was fantastic. Helpful, well spoken and a lot of fun.
The guides in Mongolia were great too - especially Bogi in the Gobi.
As you might be aware, we had issues with our flights. We missed the connecting flight to Beijing from Shanghai due to a delay with our Sydney flight and we had our return flight from Xian to Beijing cancelled. Hence, we missed 2 nights at Wangfujing Hilton. I am putting a claim in with my travel insurance and need a letter from hotel confirming this happened and also confirming the cost of the two rooms for each of the nights missed. Could you please organize this for me?
Again, thanks for your help in organizing such a great trip.
Kind regards
Conn Banbas
Australia, July 29, 2014


Francine and Chris
“We had a wonderful adventure to the Gobi. Saw many animals, enjoyed our walk on the glacier, up the dunes, ride on camel & horse and staying in Gers. Wonderful weather,…….we cannot wait to return.”
Canada, Aug 04, 2014


We had a fantastic time! I want to let you know that Tour Company were fantastic. Everything went off like clockwork. The guides, hotels, attractions, and itinerary in both Mongolia and China were fantastic. We had no problems what so ever. The guides were there at the airport or docks to meet us every time on time and their attention to detail was great. They all spoke English very well, had great personalities, were well versed in the history and customs of each area and made us feel welcome and safe. They were informed of our upcoming itinerary plans and discussed these with us as well. Flights within Asia also were great. No delays or cancellations. I would not hesitate to recommend or travel with this company in the future.
Australia, Jul 18, 2014


Burke & Amy Bradley
Thanks for your inquiry. What a great trip. I must say the accommodations---hotels and ger camps, the meals-- were much better than I had expected. The guides were wonderful and all instructions were carried out--no problems of any kind. Thanks again.
USA, July 16 2014


Cindy Edington
I just wanted to let you know how wonderful it was. The people at Amicus Travel were wonderful and accommodating. The tour guide, Bayara was very informative and caring, we were like his little chicks, with "Follow me" he lead us to some amazing places and sights.
Our driver was incredible, the way he drove through narrow, winding roads, I have to admit, I did brake sometimes. Thank you again!!
USA, July 09, 2014

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