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Central Mongolia Tours

7 Days in Mongolia

7 days in Mongolia Tour

DAY 1 Arrival in UB

Our team will greet you at the airport. After you freshen up from your flight, we will start our first day around Ulaanbaatar, beginning with Gandan Monastery. From there, we will proceed to the National History Museum, which tells the rich history of Mongolia. Afterward, we will take a walk around Sukhbaatar Square. We’ll have dinner before dropping you off at the hotel.

Hotel*** (Lunch/Dinner)
Ulaanbaatar city tour

DAY 2 Elsen Tasarkhai

We will meet you at 8:30, then our tour will head to the Semi Gobi  Elsen Tasarkhai. Elsen Tasarkhai is a stunning semi-desert region located in central Mongolia. It boasts a unique mix of sandy dunes, grasslands, rocky formations, and small water bodies, creating a captivating natural scene. The area is often referred to as the “Mini Gobi” due to its resemblance to the larger Gobi Desert. Camel riding 1h.

Distance: 285km ( 5h drive on paved road )
Standard Ger Camp (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner)
Explore Central Mongolia Tour

DAY 3 Terkh & Khorgo

Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park is a popular destination for tourists and nature enthusiasts. Visitors can engage in activities such as hiking,  horseback riding, birdwatching, and exploring the volcanic formations. One of the park’s highlights is Horgo Volcano, a dormant volcano covered with basalt. Hiking to the volcano and exploring its unique crater is a must-do activity. Horse riding 1h

Distance: 360km ( 6h drive on paved road)
Standard Ger Camp (Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner)

DAY 4 Tsenkher Hot Springs

The hot springs are renowned for their mineral-rich waters, which are believed to possess healing properties owing to the presence of various minerals, including calcium, sodium, and sulfur. The natural surroundings offer a tranquil and serene environment, making it an ideal place for relaxation. Moreover, it’s not only a haven for relaxation but also a fantastic spot for nature enthusiasts and photographers.

Distance: 190km ( 6h drive on pave/ dirt road )
Standard Ger Camp (Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner)
Explore Central Mongolia Tour

DAY 5 Kharkhorum

Kharkhorin was established as the capital of the Mongol Empire by Genghis Khan’s son, Ögedei Khan, in 1235. It served as the political, cultural, and economic center of the empire for several decades. Adding to its historical allure, one of the most famous landmarks in Kharkhorum is the Erdene Zuu Monastery. Built in 1585 on the ruins of the ancient city, it is one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Mongolia. 

Distance: 125km ( 3-4h drive on dirt/ paved road )
Standard Ger Camp (Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner)
Kharkhorum Tour 4 days

DAY 6 Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, we’ll head from Kharkhorin to Ulaanbaatar. Check into a hotel and enjoy a free day to explore the city on your own.

Distance: 365km ( 6h drive on paved road )
Hotel*** (Breakfast/ Lunch)

DAY 7 Departure from Mongolia

Our driver will pick you up from your hotel, and then transfer you to the airport or train station to end the tour. Discover 7 days in Mongolia with us!


2 person-$1400 per person

3 person-$1120 per person

4 person-$1050 per person

5 and more-$940 per person


*Breakfast- 6, Lunch- 6, Dinner-5
*Hotel*** 2 nights, Ger camp 4 nights
*English speaking tour guide
*Driver+ fuel+4WD vehicle / Minivan
*Camel riding 1h
* Horse riding 1h
*Entrance fees for the parks and museums indicated in the program
*Daily drinking water (1.5 liter per person per day)

Not Included

-International Airfare and Mongolia visa fee
- Travel insurance
-Personal items
-Alcoholic drinks ,snacks, bar bills, laundry
- Hotel early check-in and late check-out
- Single supplement
-Gratuities for guides and drivers

About 7 days in Mongolia Tour

This tour offers a diverse range of experiences, from exploring historical sites to enjoying the stunning natural landscapes of this beautiful country. 

Highlights of 7 days in Mongolia

7 days in Mongolia tour offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the region’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Throughout this tour, you will have the chance to immerse yourself in Mongolian culture, learn about its history, and witness the stunning natural beauty of the central region.

Ulaanbaatar: Explore the capital city of Mongolia.

Elsen Tasarkhai Sand Dunes: Experience the unique contrast of sand dunes and lush greenery. Enjoy camel riding.

Khorgo &Terkh National Park: Hike to Horgo Volcano. Experience horseback riding

Tsenher Hot Springs: Relax in the therapeutic hot waters surrounded by scenic mountains.

Kharkhorum (Karakorum): Explore Erdene Zuu Monastery, Mongolia’s oldest Buddhist monastery. Visit the Kharkhorum Museum to learn about the region’s history.


How To Book This Tour

What is Standard Ger Camp ?

When to Go to Mongolia ?

The best time to visit Mongolia is during the Mongolian summer, from mid-June to the last week of August. This is the best time of the year to visit Mongolia in terms of weather. You’ll enjoy sunny days throughout the country, and there’s enough rainfall to make the steppes lush and green. Both June and September are very pleasant times to visit Mongolia. September, in particular, offers an enjoyable, colorful experience with comfortable temperatures that are neither too hot nor too cold. During this time, nomads have plenty of dairy products and are busy processing milk in preparation for winter.

In terms of specific months:

July is the best time to witness the Mongolia Naadam Festival.

The best season for a Gobi Desert tour is from June to September, with October being the shoulder season.

July to August is the ideal season for traveling to Northern Mongolia and taking a tour of Khuvsgul Lake, while September marks the beginning of the shoulder season.

The first week of October is a great opportunity to attend the Golden Eagle Festival in Altai, Western Mongolia.

February is the best time to experience Mongolia’s winter season.

Mongolia’s Seasons:

Summer (June to August): Peak tourist season with warm weather and lush, green landscapes. Ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding, and camping. Don’t miss the Naadam Festival in July.

Autumn (September to October): Pleasant weather with changing colors, perfect for trekking and photography.

Winter (November to February): Extremely cold, great for experiencing a true Mongolian winter with activities like ice fishing, dog sledding, and winter festivals. Be prepared for subzero temperatures, especially in Ulaanbaatar.

Spring (March to May): Transitional period with milder temperatures, but it can still be chilly, especially in March. Good for birdwatching as landscapes start to turn green, though road conditions may be challenging due to lingering winter effects.

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