• Stepping Into the 13th Century: A Land of Warriors

  • Destination: Central Mongolia, Tuv, Bayangobi, Kharkhorin
    Highlights: 13th century National Park, Terelj National Park
    Lengths: 3 nights/4 days
    Adventure level: Soft
    Total driving km: 600 km
    Transportation: drive, (mini van and bus)
    Season: April 15 – October 15
  • Temujin, the founder of Mongolian Empire, the largest contiguous empire in world history, was born in 1162. He came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast Asia. After founding the Mongol Empire and being proclaimed “Chinggis Khaan”, he started the Mongol invasions and raids of tribes in the east such as Khar Khidan, Caucasus, Khwarezmid Empire, Western Xia and Jin Dynasty. Before Chinggis Khaan died in 1227, he assigned Ugudei Khan as his successor. His descendents went on to stretch the Mongol Empire across most of Euroasia by conquering modern day China, Korea, Caucasus, Central Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

  • Day 1.

    Nation’s Capital - Ulaanbaatar. A professional Gucci World Tours team will meet you at the “Chinggis Khan” international airport and transfer to the hotel. City tour from Sukhbaatar square in Ulaanbaatar, the nation’s capital. This square is spirit of the capital and famous for its surroundings including Parliament House, National Opera Theatre and Cultural Palace. Our next stop is Zaisan Hill; the small hill provides wide open view of the Ulaanbaatar. We will visit the National History Museum; famous for its excellent exhibitions beginning with Stone Age until modern day Mongolia. Gandan Monastery a heart of Mongolian yellow sect Buddhism and experience the sense of Buddhism in Mongolia and outstanding and impressive 24m golden plated statue of Buddha; Megjid Janraiseg. This monastery is the largest and most important monastery of Mongolia with 500 monks. Overnight in the hotel.

    Day 2.

    13th century National Park. We will drive to the 13the century national park. This park’s authentic environment is much better than watching it via media. The park aims to provide you escapism of urban life and metropolitan hectic schedule to a fresh and peaceful environment. You will visit to the mini empire reflecting the 13th century, Mongol’s most powerful era, everyday lifestyle and cultures of nomads who lived in that era. The park has the largest horse riding statue of Chinggis Khaan with 40m high. The statue is established at a beautiful location called Tsonjin Boldog situated 54kms from Ulaanbaatar city. Overnight in the ger camp.

    Day 3.

    Terelj National Park. We will drive to the Gorkhi Terelj National Park. Terelj was founded as a national park in 1994 and is located on the edge of Khan Khentii mountain range. Terelj is the name of a plant (Latin ledum) which is very abundant in the area and which flowers at the end of the spring. Edelweiss is also very common here. The rock formations of the park are fascinating, while more than 250 bird species make it an enchanting place to relax. Buddhist meditation centre called Aryabala Temple. Nestled in hills, Aryabala offers a unique and wonderful view of the Terelj area. Some of the rock formations resemble the bodies of prehistoric animals. Visit in the gigantic Turtle Rock. Overnight in the ger camp.

    Day 4.

    SponsorAds. We end our unforgettable riding journey by transferring to the “Chinggis Khaan” International Airport.

    Tour includes. 1 nights in 4 star hotel, 3 nights in ger camps, 3 meals per day, English, French, Italian, German, Japanese speaking guides, Domestic transportation, Local entry fees
    Tour excludes. Personal use, International travel, Travel insurance, Alcoholic drinks
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