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Winter Tours

Winter Short Tour

Explore Winter Short Tour 4 days/ 3 nights

DAY 1 Terelj National Park&Genghis Khan Statue

We will pick you up from your location at 8:30 am. Then our tour will head to the Genghis Khan statue. After exploring Genghis Khan statue complex, we will drive to Terelj National Park. Gorkhi Terelj is one of the most visited and interesting parks of Mongolia.  Furthermore, one of the most recognizable attractions in Terelj is Turtle Rock. Notably, just a few kilometers from Turtle Rock, you will discover another must-see spot: the Ariyabal Meditation Temple. Horse riding 1h

Ger Camp (Lunch/Dinner)
Distance: 100km ( 2h drive on paved road )

DAY 2 Semi Gobi

Today’s our destination is 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.

Nomad's Ger (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner)
Distance: 340km ( 6h drive on paved road )

DAY 3 Kharkhorum

Kharkhorum 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. 

Local Hotel (Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner)
Distance: 80km ( 1h drive on paved road ) Breakfast/Lunch/ Dinner

DAY 4 Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, we’ll head from Semi Gobi to Ulaanbaatar and drop you off at your booked hotel or guesthouse. 


1 person-$1220 

2 person-$710 per person

3 person-$560 per person

4 person-$505 per person


*Breakfast- 3, Lunch- 4, Dinner-3
*Ger Camp 1, Local hotel 1 night, nomad’s ger 1 night
*English speaking tour guide
*Driver+ fuel+4WD vehicle / Minivan
*Horse riding 1h
*Camel 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
-Single supplement
-Accomodation in UB
-Gratuities for guides and drivers

How To Book This Tour?

If you would like to book Western Mongolia Tour, please send us your request.

Why Choose This Tour?

Despite the cold, winter in Mongolia offers memorable adventures and cultural experiences.

Trekking and Hiking: Explore the Altai Tavan bogd National park’s scenic trails on foot, trekking through diverse landscapes, including glaciers, alpine lakes, and lush valleys.

Stay in a Ger : Experience traditional Mongolian hospitality by staying in a heated ger. Enjoy the warmth of a wood stove and taste local cuisine.

Horse Riding:Despite the cold, horse riding remains a popular activity, allowing you to traverse the stunning winter scenery.

Camel ride: Riding camels in the snow is a rare and unique adventure, different from the typical desert experience. It’s an opportunity to see how the Bactrian camels, with their thick fur, are well adapted to the cold.

Try Kazakh Cuisine: Sample traditional Kazakh dishes prepared by nomadic families, experiencing the unique flavors of the region.

Participate in Cultural Activities: Engage in cultural activities such as traditional music, dance, and storytelling with local Kazakh communities. Explore Western Mongolia Tour with us!

About Winter Mongolia

Western Mongolia tour: Western Mongolia, encompassing Uvs, Bayan-Olgii, and Hovd provinces, is a mesmerizing region. Its beauty is highlighted by the majestic Altai Mountain Range and the enchanting Great Lakes Depression, making it one of Mongolia’s most picturesque destinations. This area is home to diverse ethnic groups, offering a fantastic opportunity for cultural exploration.

Bayan-Ulgii: Bayan-Ulgii Province, bordering Russia and China, is a place where traditions have been carefully preserved for generations. The local people, especially the Kazakhs, have actively maintained their traditional way of life for centuries. The Kazakhs, the largest ethnic minority in Mongolia, have resided here since the 1800s. They have a remarkable tradition of hunting with trained eagles, a practice celebrated annually at the Golden Eagle Festival. Kazakh is the primary language for many, with Mongolian being a second language or not spoken at all. The Kazakh culture in Bayan-Ölgii is shaped by Islamic traditions.