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Mongolia: South Gobi & Lake Khovsgul


11 days 10 nights

Code MCT167

Category Mongolia Classic Tours

  • Group Size 2-10 persons
  • Difficulty Level 3
  • Trip Starts From Ulaanbaatar
  • Trip Ends At Ulaanbaatar
  • Accommodation Hotels and ger camps
  • Type Tours
  • Season May to September
  • Destination Ulaanbaatar South Gobi Hongoryn Els Bayanzag Khovsgul Lake Khuvsgul Lake
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Overview

This trip features the two major attractions of Mongolia; the Gobi Desert in the south and Khuvsgul Lake in the north. You will get to take a camel ride in the sand dunes, take a hike on the shores of the lake, meet the nomadic families, and try the local cuisines.

You will spend the first two days in Ulaanbaatar, recovering travel fatigue and visiting its attractions that include Buddhist monastery, a former palace and the natural history museum. Next, we fly to the South Gobi where we hike the vultures' canyon, climb the world's largest sand dune wall and look for the Dinosaur eggs and bones in the Flaming Cliff. While in Gobi, we visit a nomadic family and learn about their lifestyle. Majority of Mongolian population lives in ger tent (or yurt) made up of felt. You will be welcomed by the family with the fermented milk and Mongolian tea. Here, we can also take an optional camel back ride.

We return to Ulaanbaatar and after spending a night there, we take another flight to Muron in the north and take four wheel drive to the beautiful Lake Khovsgul. Lake Khuvsgul, known as “The Dark Blue Pearl”, it's Mongolia's largest and second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia and contains 1% of all the fresh water in the world! Khovsgol province is also home to the southernmost indigenous reindeer herding people (Tsaatan) in the world.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01~Arrive in Ulaanbaatar.

US citizens don't need visa for Mongolia for stay up to 90 days. After clearing immigration and custom, meet your guide and driver at the ground transportation area and you will be transferred to your hotel in the city. (25 minutes). Check in hotel and rest of the day at leisure.

 

Overnight: Ramada Hotel
Meals : Dinner
Day 02~Sightseeing in Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast at your hotel, your guide and driver will take you for sightseeing of Ulaanbaatar. You will begin from Gandan Monastery that is the largest and most famous functioning monastery in Mongolia; here you may experience the monks in worship and see the impressive Golden Buddha Statue of Migjid Janraisig. Next we head to the Sukhbaatar Square, which is the central square named after the revolutionary hero of 1921 Damdin Sukhbaatar who declared independence from China. We will also visit the Natural History Museum which is famous for its authentic dinosaur skeletons and also visit the Zaisan memorial hill to get a fantastic view of whole city. You will have a welcome dinner at local restaurant.

 

Overnight: Ramada Hotel
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 03~Fly to South Gobi (Dalanzadgad Airport) and then drive to Yol Valley and the Gurvansaikhan National Park

(1.5 hours flight, approximately 2 hours driving).
This morning you fly over the vast steppe to the Gobi Desert, Mongolia’s southernmost province of semi-arid desert. Meet your local guide and driver upon arrival and then transfer by a 4WD vehicle to the Yol Valley in Gurvansaikhan National Park, situated in the lap of the Altai Mountains. On the way to the lodge, you will stop to visit the local Natural History Museum for an insight into the flora and fauna of the area.

This valley is nestled deep within the hills and is a safe haven to get away from the desert heat. Some areas of the valley are continually sheltered from the hot sun and house huge, blocks of ice that gradually melt away during the summer. It is very wide at the entrance and narrows gradually into a remarkable gorge. You will get to see wild animals such as ibex and wild sheep, and the vulture. You can hike on foot or go horseback or camel riding around the area to the gorge.(Horseback ride costs US$ 5-7 with the lead).

Check into your ger tent accommodation. Today and the next 2 days will be well spent exploring the vast Gobi. It is the habitat of the Bactrian Camels, Argali mountain sheep, Golden Eagles, Jerboas- which resembles the Kangaroo rats, Saker Falcons, and more. You may also take a scenic hike through the valley to discover the habitat of the indigenous vulture-like Lammergeyers, Altai snow cocks, ibex, yaks, and Argali mountain sheep.

 

Overnight: Gobi Mirage Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 04~Drive to Hongryn Els (Singing Sand Dunes)

Approximately 4 hours by 4WD.
Following breakfast, set out in a 4WD vehicle to the towering sand dunes of Hongoryn Els, which run for 60 miles alongside the Gobi-Altai Mountain range. The sand strip was called the Singing Sands because when there is high wind, it produces the sound like an aero plane. These “Singing Sands,” which stand up to 2,500 feet in some areas, are probably the Gobi’s most impressive sand dunes. Isolated from the rest of the country, the "Singing Sands" have been the best kept secret for thousands of years in the history of Mongolia. You will visit a camel breeding family near the sand dune and will get to ride a camel to the sand dune. The dunes seem to stretch on forever like a soft ribbon of sand draped over the desert. The shifting of sand blown by the wind is as if someone is making a song, hence why it is called the "Singing Sand Dunes". There is also a beautiful green oasis known as Seruun Bulag near the Khongor River. You will go to a camp for lunch and enjoy the feeling of silence in the peaceful, beautiful surroundings of the Gobi Desert.

 

Overnight: Gobi Erdene Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 05~Drive to Bayanzag (The Flaming Cliffs)

After breakfast, we leave Hongoryn Els for Bayanzag. It's a long day drive today and can take up to 5 hours but it's a scenic drive through the vast land. We will occasionally stop for photography and to watch the birds and the animals of the area.

We check in our camp, wash and change and after lunch, we drive to visit the Flamming Cliff. The place was named as 'Flaming Cliffs' by Roy Chapman Andrews, an American explorer who searched throughout the Mongolian Gobi Desert and found dinosaur skeleton and eggs for the first time in Asia. The red cliff gleams with sunlight and can be seen from far away. We will take a short walk on the ridge of the cliff and look for the pieces of Dinosaur bones. We will drive little further to see the saxaul trees that contributed the name Bayanzag. Bayanzag means rich in saxaul.

 

Overnight: Gobi Mongol Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 06~Flight back to Ulaanbaatar

Early morning breakfast and then you are transferred to the Dalanzadgad Airport (2 hrs. drive and 1.5 hrs. flight). Upon arrival at the airport, meet your driver and you are transferred to your hotel in Ulaanbaatar.

Balance of the day is open to pursue your own interests.

Overnight: Ramada Hotel
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 07~Lake Khovsgul

(It is a 1.5 hours flight to Muron and a 4 hour drive to Lake Khuvsgul).
We’ll have a 90-minute flight to Muron in the north. Muron is the headquarters of the Khuvsgul Province. Our local guide will meet us at the airport with a 4WD vehicle to take us on a four-hour drive through the vast Mongolian prairieland, into the forested mountains, and finally to Lake Khuvsgul. It is Mongolia's largest fresh water lake, known as the "Dark Blue Pearl" of Mongolia, is situated amidst pristine nature, beautiful forests, mountains, meadows, abundant with bird species and orchids.

Overnight: Ashikai Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 08~Khovsgul Lake

We will spend the next two days walking, hiking, and horseback riding in the area surrounding the lake and the nearby mountains, and visit local nomadic families. Walking and hiking are easy to moderate, perhaps two to four hours on dirt roads and trails. The lakeshore provides habitat to many animals including moose, ibex, bear, reindeer, horses, and yaks. An optional boating or kayak trip is available upon request.

Overnight: Ashikai Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 09~Khovsgul Lake

One more leisurely day in Lake Khovsul with optional walking and hiking tours.

Overnight: Ashikai Ger Camp
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 10~Flight back to Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, you will return to Muron for your afternoon flight back to Ulaanbaatar. Upon arrival, you are transferred to the hotel in the city and rest of the day is open for you to pursue your own interests.

Overnight: Ramada Hotel
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 11~ Depart Ulaanbaatar

After breakfast, transfer to the airport in time for flight to your next destination.

Meals : Breakfast

Trip Map

Trip Info

Trip Includes

  • 4 nights 4* Ramada Hotel or similar.
  • 6 nights Ger Camp.
  • 10 breakfasts, 10 lunches and 10 dinners.
  • All in-tour airfares Ulaanbaatar-South Gobi-Ulaanbattaar-Muron (Lake Khuvsgul)-Ulaanbaatar.
  • Sightseeing admission fees.
  • Transportation by 4WD vehicle.
  • English speaking tour guide.
  • Daily supply of bottled water.

Trip Does Not Include

  • International airfare.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Items of personal nature, phone, drinks, tips, etc.
  • Optional additional activity cost (Horse riding, camel riding etc. are optional activities and does not include the cost).
  • Excess baggage charge, airport taxes and fees.
  • Single room supplement.

Note on the itinerary

We try our best to adhere to the itinerary but it should be taken as a general guideline or scope of activities rather than an inflexible schedule. Depending on the local conditions or time factor; itinerary order can change from the exact sight to see to the exact city or village for overnight stops, but we will still maintain the total quality of the tour. Our guide and driver are flexible and will do their best to help you enjoy the trip at your pace.

Trip Difficulty Level, Road and Transport

This is an easy to moderate plus graded trip, rated 3 on a scale of 1-5 (1 being easy and 5 difficult). So, all travelers in general good health can go on this trip. That said, be prepared for long day drives on bad roads. The trip involves such mild adventures like camel riding, horseback riding, sand dune hiking, and boating. Drives can be four or five hours long, with occasional stops. Road conditions vary. We use 4WD vehicles for all transfers and tours.

Although, no extreme adventures are involved, this is also not the trip for luxury and leisure seekers. But any discomfort will be more than rewarded by great adventure. You should be willing to walk and hike, in addition to the long day drives on dirt and rocky roads. Outside Ulaanbaatar, roads are unpaved, so they are bumpy and can be dusty as well. Please bring the pollution mask to protect your nose and mouth to avoid inhaling the dust. This trip definitely requires some degree of physical fitness. The more physically fit you are, the more you will be able to enjoy the trip. If you do not lead an active life, please start soft training two or three months prior to the trip. Engage yourself in hiking, jogging, swimming, cycling, or aerobics for 25-30 minutes a day. Avoid using elevators or use bicycles instead of car if it's a short ride.

We use 4WD Mitshubishi Delica van which is good in Mongolian terrain. There will be maximum four passengers per vehicle.

Accommodation

You have 4 star deluxe hotel accommodations with all modern amenities in Ulaanbaatar. Currently, the reservation is confirmed at Hotel Ramada, 4* for the first two nights and 3 nights again in the second visit in Ulaanbaatar. Once you are away from the city, you will sleep in the traditional style tourist ger camps with shared toilet/shower which are usually in the main building.

Tourist ger camps are closely located to attraction sites through the country, where visitors can experience and feel nomadic way of life. It is a portable round felt house perfectly suited to the Mongolian nomadic lifestyle. The GER consists of a wooden frame carrying a felt cover. Traditionally furnished with beautifully painted wood-framed beds and furniture, the lodge is built in a traditional architectural style. There will be 2-3 twin-size beds, provided with foam or futon style mattresses and blankets or quilts. They also provide towels but limited and so you may want to bring your own. The bed sheets and blankets are generally clean but as they are hand-washed in cold water, sometime we can see stains. Some travelers bring their own sleeping bag and bed sheets but not required. Some travelers said the mattresses were hard and also the pillows. So, please consider bringing an air pillow.

There will be a fireplace with chimney in the center of the ger. If it rains, the nights can be cold and you may want to request firewood for the evening and morning.

There will be 4-5 toilets and shower rooms in the camp which you share with other guests. They are located in a convenient location outside your ger. It's very important that you bring a flash light with spare batteries as you may need them to walk to the bathroom at dark.  The water in the shower is solar heated. If it's a cloudy and rain day, water may not be warm enough and we request for your understanding.

Some camps have a few en suite gers (yurts) which can be booked on additional $50 to $100 per person, but sometime it's not worth as due to harsh climate conditions and poor maintenance, they may not be in the best condition and may have plumbing issues. Flush speed is also not so good.

In South Gobi, there is opportunity to stay 2 nights in renowned Three Camel Lodges, listed as the Unique Lodges of the World by National Geographic. It costs additional $300 per person if you wish to spend 2 nights in this lodge.

Ramada Hotel, Ulaabaatar

  • Ramada Hotel, Ulaabaatar
  • Ramada Hotel Room
  • Ramada Hotel

Ger Camp Accommodations

  • Ger Camp
  • A typical Mongolian Ger
  • Ger accommodation

Meals

As a rising capital city of the Mongolia, there are many modern Italian, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Japanese, Latin American and Mongolian restaurants in Ulaanbaatar, where is available to be served western and eastern standard meals or Mongolian traditional cuisines. Most of the old style restaurants serve Russian food, and this type of food is common in the tourist camps in countryside. Small local restaurants and cafes serve Mongolian food such as buuz and khuushuur (steamed and fried beef, mutton dumpling) and others.

While in Ulaanbaatar, you will have western style full buffet breakfast at your hotel. Lunch and dinner will be arranged in tourist class restaurants in the city which can be Asian or western styles. In tourist ger camps, we have limited choices but they are adequate. Usually breakfast includes breads with butter, cheese, jelly, eggs, pancakes and cereals with milk. There also will be some fresh fruits. For lunch and dinners, you will have soup, some appetizers, rice items, noodles, dumplings and chicken or pork or beef.  There will be also vegetable dishes. If you have a special dietary requirement, please let your guide know in advance.

If you have an early morning flight, you will be provided a breakfast box. There are some long day drives and maybe we don't reach camps in time for meal. It's advisable that you bring  some foods, energy bars etc. to munch on the way but you can buy them in Ulaanbaatar and Dalanzagdag town in South Gobi.

Please be informed that Mongolia is not the destination for fine dining!

Guide & staff

Our tours are led by experienced local guides who are proficient in English, with ready knowledge on history, culture and religion of Mongolia. Guides in the different cities can sometimes change.

Passport and visa

Remaining validity of your passport must be at least 6 months on the last day of the tour. Please also make sure you are not running out of blank visa pages for entry and departure seals. American citizens don't need visa for Mongolia for up to 30 days.

http://www.mongolianembassy.us/consular_and_visa/visa_info_for_us_citizen_only.php

Best Time to visit Mongolia

June to September is the best time for travel to Mongolia. The weather is mild, and generally dry throughout the central and southern areas. It can still be cold in the northern mountainous areas. The temperature in the steppe averages around 66°F, and may fall to 50°F, or below, at night. In the Gobi, temperatures in summer average 85-95°F; however, the nights can get quite cool. In the mountains, temperatures will decline with the rise in altitude. It can rain in July and August across the northern and southern areas, but the rain is brief and doesn't affect the tours. Winter begins in October and lasts through April. This is not the best time to travel to the north.

Climate and Weather

Mongolia is located in the Northern Hemisphere temperate zone. Situated at an average altitude of 1500 m (4,920 ft.) above the sea level separated from the oceans, surrounded by high mountain chains that are blocking the wet winds, Mongolia has an extreme continental climate. While the winter continues long with cold temperature but summer is short and warm. Winter lasts from November to late April, Spring May through June. Summer continues from July through to September. The highest day time temperature in Ulaanbaatar ranges from 70-80 degree F and at night, it drops to 55-55 degree F.  Temperature in South Gobi is few degree higher than in Ulaanbaatar, so at some point, you can feel the heat.

In Mongolia there are 250 sunny days a year, often with clear cloudless skies. Therefore Mongolia is known to the world as a country of "Blue Sky", however July is a raining month and the chance of precipitation is more than 50%, but the rainfall is usually light or moderate and often comes with light thunderstorm. So, please, be prepared with wet weather clothing. Mongolia is also humid during this time of the year. The relative humidity ranges from 80-90% during the month July.

Packing suggestions.

Here is the general packing suggestions. You may or may not want to bring all and so please, use your best judgment. Large, flexible bag- instead of a sturdy suitcase, it's advisable to bring a large flexible bag with plastic liner as it needs multiple loads and unloads from the cars. We travel on varying road conditions and mostly on gravel road while in South Gobi. Make sure your bag is water proof, though.

Personal Backpack
While the main luggage is transported by the car, you may still want a small backpack for your personal items such as camera, wallet, snacks, medicines, cosmetics etc.

Clothing
Morning and evenings are cool and can be also chilly. But days are generally warm and at times you may feel hot and humid, particularly in the Gobi. There is also good chance of rain and so you need to be prepared with the wet weather gears. For the evening and morning, you will feel the need of light jacket, fleece or light sweater.

During a typical day, when you leave your hotel or camp, you may choose to wear a light cotton shirt or t-shirt, a pair of long pants. If you are starting early, surely, you may want to wear a fleece or light jacket on top of your t-shirt. The trip doesn't involve any significant hiking, so light but water proof walking or jogging shoes should work. But make sure your shoes are well broken inn and that you wear thick cotton socks to prevent blisters.
Cotton shirts and blouses absorb moisture, and can leave you shivering if the temperature drops or if you are hiking and stop to rest. Some travelers prefer polypro, as the polypro tends to absorb odor more readily. You may find that you want a light pair of sneakers or rubber flip-flops to walk in at day’s end in the camps. Don't forget to pack some pollution masks that prevent you inhaling dusts when you are traveling in the desert.

Headlamp Or Flashlight
When you are camping in the South Gobi or the in the Lake Khuvsgul, headlamp or the flashlights are very useful. Electricity is nearly unavailable or it goes off at night and if you need to go to bathroom, it will be useful. Bring spare batteries.

Foot wears. Our trip involves some hiking and there are opportunities of camel and horse riding experience. Make sure your shoes are good for these activities and they are well-broke in. 

You also need rubber slipper for the use during camping.

Binoculars and Cameras. There will be opportunity to see the birds and animals and binoculars are very much recommended.

Photography Equipment.  Mongolia is the paradise for photographers! Please bring a good camera with powerful lenses and spare batteries.

Detailed packing list will be provided with the final trip dossier that will be sent 8-10 weeks prior departure.

Currency

Tukrig is the national currency of Mongolia. The exchange rate is approximately 1900 Tukrig for US $1. Most banks and the larger hotels in Ulaanbaatar will be able to change the major currencies, although US Dollars are the most widely accepted. It is also possible to change traveler’s checks and get cash advances on your credit card. American Express, VISA and Master card are the most widely accepted in major tourists centers. In Ulaanbaatar, one of the most centrally located banks for both traveler's checks cashing and credit card advances is the Trade and Development Bank. You are also able to change money at your hotel in Ulaanbaatar but once you leave Ulaanbaatar, money exchange facility is almost nonexistent.  So, when you travel outside Ulaanbaatar, please bring enough local money to buy drinks (beer, soda etc.), souvenirs or tip the luggage helps or for the horse or camel rides.
Many shops and restaurants only accept local currency, be sure to exchange your money upon arrival. Exchange rates are better outside in the street.

Tipping

Tipping is optional but it has been now a practice due to influence of tourism. Obviously your guide and driver are the staff you need to tip. There is no definite structure for tipping but US$ 5 per person per day to the guide and $2-3 per person per day to the driver should make a decent trip. Other staffs such as hotel bell desk, camp boys and girls who help with your luggage etc. will be happy with some loose changes but it's not obligation.

Photography

Photography is prohibited inside the monasteries and museums. There will be signs posted or your guide will let you know when photography is not allowed. Some monasteries charges fee for the camera which is not included in the trip cost. If you do not plan to take pictures, you can just put your camera inside the backpack when you enter the monuments. We do not encourage you to do so but those who are taking pictures inside are rarely asked if they have permit or not. Camera fee is also charged at the culture program house but you are least likely to be checked if you had paid the fee for the camera.

Communication

The Mongolian telephone system is in the process of being modernized but still lacks many of the services we rely on elsewhere. Dialing Mongolia is relatively simple although may take several attempts. Mongolia's national code is '976'. Making international telephone calls from Ulaanbaatar is relatively easy. Most hotels have International Direct Dial Facilities. Alternatively, calls can be made from various telephone exchanges around the city. The 'Central Post' Building located on the southwest corner of Chinggis Khan Square is the largest telephone exchange.

Cheaper calls are available if calling from other telephones in the city, i.e. offices & hotels, especially between 22.00 and 07.00 weekdays, 17.00 and 07.00 Saturdays and all day Sunday. The large telephone exchange on Chinggis Khan Square has the facilities for you to send faxes and emails.

Your hotels in Ulaanbaatar also have Wi-Fi in the room and common areas. If you bring a quad band GSM unlocked phone, you are able to buy a local sim and use it while you are in Ulaanbaatar but once you are away from the city, the phones are not reliable.

Vaccinations and Health Concerns

There are no particular immunizations required unless you are coming from a yellow fever infected area. It is very important that you consult with your physician for appropriate vaccination you want to take. Other than the updated routine vaccinations, CDC recommends Hepatitis A and typhoid which you can get through contaminated food or drinks while you are in Mongolia. Some travelers consider taking Hep B which you get through sexual contact or contaminated needles. You may also want to consider rabies as stray dogs are common and you may come in contact with other animals.

In Asia, untreated water should be avoided; visitors can buy bottled water or purify on their own. Stomach upsets are likely to be the most common cause of illness in travelers. Your trips meals, if included will be arranged in good tourist standard restaurants or hotel with highest level of hygiene and when you are to buy your own meal, please select a good restaurant. You can ask your guide for recommendation. Drinks or salads can contain ice or have ingredients washed in unsafe water. Standard of care in hospitals varies, but there are traveler’s clinics in Ulaanbaatar. Medical insurance is essential. For traveler’s health advice, visit the websites:

Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Traveler's Health Info.
http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/tmp-pmv/

Travel Health, Public Health Agency of Canada.
 http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/tmp-pmv/

Electricity, plugs and sockets

In Mongolia the standard voltage is 230 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C / E.

Please, check the label in your appliance if it can be used in Mongolia. If it does not, you will need a voltage converter. Also bring a set of International adapter.

Language

The Mongolian language is the official language of Mongolia and best-known member of the Mongolic language family. The number of speakers across all its dialects may be 5.7 million, including the vast majority of the residents of Mongolia and many of the Mongolian residents of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Except the Travel trade professionals, tour guides, hotel front desk staffs, others do not speak English. So some basic knowledge of Mongolian Language will be helpful. Here is a resource on learning some basic Mongolian language.
https://www.youtube.com/user/MongolHel

Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)

We also suggest you enroll US government's SMART program to get updated about the travel conditions of the countries you are traveling.

http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/go/step.html

Travel Insurance

While we plan and do our best that your trip goes smoothly as planned but there are always chances of unforeseen events and conditions such as illness, accident, inclement weather conditions, and flight cancellation or missed connection or loss of baggage etc. that may cause interruption or delay or total cancellation of your trip putting your hard earned travel investment in jeopardy. It's also possible that you may need medical assistance, emergency evacuation or medical transportation when you get ill or involve in an accident when you are traveling in remote areas. Far & High's tour cost does not cover any of these expenses or losses and so we strongly recommend you that you should protect yourself and your travel investment against those unfavorable conditions.

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