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Holidays in Mongolia

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Homeland Of Shaman Dharma
Approx. 15 daysFrom£2,340
Nomadic Mongolia In Comfort
Approx. 14 daysFrom£2,240
Highlight Tour - Wonders of the Gobi Desert
Approx. 11 daysFrom£1,980
Khuiten Peak Climbing
Approx. 11 daysFrom£2,290
Bird Watching Tour
Approx. 15 daysFrom£3,460
Tsaatan Journey
Approx. 15 daysFrom£1,770
Horse Trekking to Amarbayasgalant Monastery
Approx. 8 daysFrom£1,160
Adventure In The Land Of The Khaans
Approx. 14 daysFrom£2,420
Nomad Horse Trainer Tour
Approx. 7 daysFrom£800
Khuvsgul Ice Festival Winter Trip
Approx. 10 daysFrom£3,260
Northern Mongolia Fishing Experience
Approx. 14 daysFrom£3,480
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What to see and do in Mongolia

The local English-speaking agent partner of Evaneos will communicate to you his love and superb knowledge of Mongolia by suggesting personalized itineraries to ensure that you discover local cultures off the beaten track. You will discover the rainbows of the white waterfalls of Orkhon, the taïga of the Khogno Khaan national park, the sand dunes of Elsen Tasarkhai, the ice canyon of Yoliin Am and also Kharakorin, the legendary city of Gengis Khan. In the north west of Mongolia, Khövsgöl Lake is also offered to the traveller, with fishing and boat trips as well as excursions along the banks of the lake, that you can complete in several days on horseback to reach the Tsaatans, a nomad people who raise reindeer, living in tepees and practicing shamanism. Depending on your preferences, the means of transport will be equally diverse, in a country in which only 1% of the roads are tarmac. Whether in a jeep or by boat, on foot (for trips as exhausting as they are breath-taking), or even on camel back for a wander in the Gobi desert, the variety of means of transport, provided by your local agent, is only rivalled by the sense of marvel that you will take away from this unique trip. The most atypical experiences will be enjoyed undoubtedly on horseback which, by going a step at a time, will enable you to enjoy even more fully the communion with nature that a trip into the vast Mongolian lands represents.

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