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Panoramic Mongolia Family Holiday
(8 days)

Private tours available everyday
Price chevron_right $1410

until May 1, 2017 chevron_right

Take this full of fun experiences, natural and cultural exploration tour on your family vacation in Mongolia. Children and adults of your family spend 7 full days exciting and busy visiting the museum of dinosaur skeletons, ancient monasteries where you will see monks of all ages (including child monks) performing Buddhist rituals, visiting nomads where your children find some playmates, see daily nomadic life, ride horses and camels, sit on yaks, relax and exercise in the pristine nature. What a beautiful holiday to see your kids play, run, jump and scramble at their hearts’ desire on open grounds, drive and walk by countless animals of the nomads as well as play in the outdoor hot spa pool and much more.

Most exciting experiences of the tour
  • Elsentasarkhai, most northern age of the Gobi
  • Enjoy gentle walking of two humped camels
  • Horse riding in fenceless nature and sit on yak
  • Visit as many nomad families as you wish
  • Relax and play at outdoor hot spa pool
  • Kids explore, run, climb and scramble to their heart’s desire on open grounds.
  • Climb and see overview of the beautiful Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan area while standing on Khorgo volcano
  • Visit local market and tour of a remote town
  • Stay traditional dwelling Mongol ger (felt accommodation)
  • Duration: 7 nights/8 days
  • Tour grade: Easy
  • Group size: At your request
  • Available: 15 May to 1 October

Elsentasarkhai (the Gobi area), horse, camel and yak riding, ancient monastery Erdenezuu, Tsenkher hot spa, Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan National Park, a tour of Tsetserleg town and Ugii lake


Dates are flexible and customizable for private departures.

Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, city tour

Our guide and driver will greet your family at the airport/railway station. After a short break at a hotel, your family has a city tour including visits to the Central Squire, Gandantegchlen Monastery which hosts over 26 m gilded statue of a Buddha and the Mongolian Dinosaur Museum followed by a drive to the war memorial on Zaisan Hill to see the panoramic view of Ulaanbaatar. Have a welcome dinner in an excellent Mongolian restaurant.

What’s Included: 3* hotel, airport transfer, city tour
Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Elsentasarkhai known as a mini Gobi, visit a nomad family and camel riding

Elsentasarhai is a unique place representing features of the Gobi desert, mountain steppes, and grasslands in a single area. Visit a nomad family and have an hour camel riding. Next, you walk over sand dunes and play on the sand.

What’s Included: ger camp, camel riding
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Visit Erdenezuu monastery and Tsenkher hot spa

In the Orkhon river valley, the beautiful monastery Erdenezuu coexists with Kharkhorin town. The monastery built on the ruins of ancient Mongolian capital Kharakhorum using old materials of the destroyed city. Erdenezuu is the first and the largest monastery in Mongolia. See some valuable religious items in the temple museum and admire its stunning architecture. Also, seeing some remains of the ancient city while visiting the Kharakhorin Museum is a part of today's program. Continue the tour to Tsenher Hot spa. Spend rest of the day exploring beautiful surrounding of the Tsenkher area, play and relax in the hot spa pool.

What’s Included: ger camp, hot spa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Drive to Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan National Park

The Khorgo volcano became extinct 6000-8000 years ago. It is considered the last of Mongolian over 300 volcanoes to become extinct. The Khorgo is not only the volcano in the area, there are several more, but it is the biggest one. The Terkhiin Tsagaan, a fresh water lake was formed after lava flow from the volcanoes blocked the north and south Terkh Rivers. The area surrounding the volcanoes covered with thick basalt. After lunch, we explore the beautiful national park seeing the Great White Lake and climbing the Khorgo volcano. Accommodation: ger camp.

What’s Included: ger camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Visit yak herding nomads, horse riding and tour to Taikhar Rock

After breakfast, we will visit a yak herding nomad family and see firsthand about their unique life. 1- 2 hours horse riding with the help of a local equestrian. Have a lunch at the ger camp and move heading legendary Taikhar Rock near the rapid current Tamir River. On the way, we will explore some deer stones date back to The Bronze Age. See the Taikhar Rock and discover the Tamir area.

What’s Included: ger camp, horse riding, yak ride
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Tour of Tsetserleg town and Ugii lake

On our way, we will visit the exciting market of Tsetserleg town and visit the Zaya Bandid Ethnic Museum. Have a lunch in the town and continue our journey to sacred Ugii Lake. At the lake, you can watch birds and relax at a ger camp located conveniently on its shore.

What’s Included: ger camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Drive back Ulaanbaatar

Today is the last day you spend in the beautiful countryside of Mongolia. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and free afternoon to discover the city your own and be refreshed from the adventures.

What’s Included: 3* hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 8: Departure

We will transfer you to the airport and end of the tour.

What’s Included: airport transfer
Meals: Breakfast

Tour price per person
  • 2 PAX
  • 3-5 PAX
  • Children 0-2 years FREE
  • Children between 3 and 9 years 50% OFF
  • Children between 10 and 11 years 40% OFF
  • Low season discount:
    (May, September)
  • Please contact us for more trip details.
The tour includes:
  • 2 nights in *** hotel
  • 5 nights in ger camps
  • Four wheels driving vehicle
  • Entry fees
  • English speaking guide
  • Camel, horse and yak riding
  • Car safety seats
  • Daily bottled water
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Arrival and departure transfers
The tour excludes:
  • Items for personal use
  • International travel
  • Alcoholic drinks and beverages
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional activities
  • Single supplements.
  • Small gifts for the nomad children (candies)
  • Gratuity for the tour team .
Is this tour suitable for my family?

We suggest this tour for families over three years old kids. Families with small children are always welcome, and we happily customize the tour or tailor one for your family. To let you experience and discover much of our beautiful and unique culture country in a relatively short period, we developed the itinerary to be jam-packed with more outdoor activities and attractions. As well as, some driving between the attractions. Luckily, infrastructure developed more in central Mongolia and more than two third of the travel driving will take place on the paved roads which help us to have more activities, spend more time at the attractions and some free time to play and relax rather than spending most of our time driving on bumpy roads. Approximate day driving will be 2-5 hours. During the tour, you will stay in ger camps in the countryside and a hotel in Ulaanbaatar. The tour has not included any risky or physical activities. The camel, horse and yak riding will be supported by local guides and follow your guides’ guidance is recommended. There will be some hiking and a climb to Khorgo volcano. Another thing people concern a lot is the meals of Mongolia either they travel themselves or with kids. Most of our clients evaluated Mongolian meals better than what they expected while few say the meals were not good because of a lot of meat, dairy products and common vegetables. We agree on it and asking the clients’ dietary is one of our most important questions. Informing us about your kids’ meal preference is critical particularly when you travel with your kids. The ger camps where we stay overnights serves with European and Mongolian meals. Fruits are not abundant in most rural areas. Therefore, you can take some extra provisions such as fresh fruit, snacks, some chocolates or sweets from Ulaanbaatar before depart. The road bumps or rough roads driving may cause motion sickness.

When is the best time to take part the tour?

The most suitable time to travel is between 20 May and 10 September. During this period, the weather will be warm and enjoyable. However, you should not expect warm weather during the trip either you travel in summer or certain times as vast Mongolian territory differentiates in altitude and earth surface. Overall, Mongolia is elevated at least 700 m high above surrounding Siberian plateau and Chinese territory. Therefore, the weather is extreme and fluctuates a lot hourly, daytime and at night. Receiving snowfalls is common in May, end of August and September. Rainfalls turn into snowfalls in high elevated areas either in summer months of June, July and August. Average monthly temperatures are +20°C, highest 27°C daytime in May, first half of June, last half of August and in September. Average +25°C, highest 35-38°C daytime in late June, July and early August. The temperature drops 10-20°C in the evenings and at nights. For your pre-departure preparation and an idea to prepare this inflexible weather condition, you may check our detailed packing list of the discovery tours.


Due to the weather condition, tourism season in Mongolia is short. Mongolian tourism depends highly on the season and seasonal accommodation ger camps are fully open between 20 May and 10 September. During other shoulder months, the ger camps are partially open and closed in winter. For more detailed information about accommodation, please visit our recommended hotels in Mongolia and Mongolia Ger camps


The tour meals included according to the itinerary. In Ulaanbaatar, we choose from finest European and Mongolian restaurants, and in the countryside, ger camps serve some European and Mongolian meals. Meat is included in the meals for lunch and dinner, particularly in the traditional meal recipe. Example menu of the meals is tea, coffee, bread, jam, butter, eggs and sausage for breakfast. There are some cookies, cheese, cereals, pancakes and more will be served at some of the ger camps for breakfast. Some salads, cream/vegetable/ Mongolian soups and main courses (pasta, rice, vegetables, beef/mutton/chicken/fish near lakes/rivers), dessert and tea for lunch. Salad, main course, dessert and tea will be served for dinner. If you are a vegetarian or have dietary etc. please inform us in advance. We will book the meals accordingly. We will supply two bottles of 0.5-liter water per person per day. Putting one big bottle (1.5 liters) water instead of 2 small bottles of water is available upon request.


The majority of our guides are English speaking. We also have some guides who speak German, French, Spanish and Japanese. They are all professionally trained, friendly, helpful, and most of them were born and grown in the countryside. Therefore, they have good knowledge about their motherland’s culture, tradition, history and geography. Our guides have minimum three years and more years of guiding experience. During the horse and camel riding, your guide and local equestrian will support you. Except guiding and interpreting, our guides are kids friendly and will be your best companion to care the kids. A babysitter is available on request at the base of additional payment.


Four wheel driving Japanese vans (have five passenger seats except for a driver) driven by experienced, friendly and good mechanic-drivers will serve you. We put car safety seats in the vehicles according to the number of kids. Different car types are available upon request and you may check the travel vehicle details at Mongolia transportation.

To plan your dream holiday or customize the tour exclusively for you, what to do and see in Mongolia page may help you.

As well as, please check attractions in the Mongolian Gobi, Central Mongolia, and Northern Mongolia.

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