Remote Mongolia


As it would take too long to ride to this area, a local flight is the best option, taking you to the northern border with Russia. In addition to nomads, this area is home to the last of the Turkic speaking Dukha people who are reindeer herders. At present this area is not visited by many people and provides one of best chances for a visitor to access an area of significant natural and ethnological interest.

Flight to/from Muron every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Day 1 Arrive Ulan Baatar. Meet and transferred to your hotel. (B)

Day 2 Fly to the town of Muron. Transfer to a Ger camp located on the shoreline of Lake Khuvsgul (140km). Overnight in Ger. (BLD)

Day 3 Explore the local area by horse or foot. Overnight in Ger. (BLD)

Day 4 Visit ‘reindeer’ tribe, return to camp. (BLD)

Day 5 Trekking in the area. Overnight in Ger.

Day 6 A day of horse riding around the local area. Overnight in Ger (BLD)

Day 7 Early morning drive to Muron. Fly to Ulan Baatar where you are transferred to your hotel.

Day 8 Free day in Ulan Baatar. Overnight in hotel. (B)

Day 9 Services end after breakfast. Departure.

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How to get to Ulaan Baatar
Train #23 from Beijing This train operates twice a week during the summer season and once a week in winter. Train #3 is also once a week. There is also a regular train from Irkutsk. NBoth routes are overnight sleepers There are daily flights from Beijing and regular flights from Seoul, Berlin, Moscow, Tokyo and Irkutsk.

Departing Ulaan Baatar
There are regular departures to Irkutsk and train #24 departs to Beijing twice a week during summer and once a week in the winter. Train #4 is also once a week. There are daily flights to Beijing and regular flights to Seoul, Berlin, Moscow, Tokyo and Irkutsk.

This package is based upon using a budget (we can customise to any leverl) hotel in UB with Tourist Gers and tents as per the itineraries. However, should you prefer homestay accommodation in UB please ask.

Australia/UK/New Zealand passport holders require a visa for Mongolia. US passport holders do not require a visa and all other nationalities should check with Passport Travel, their travel agent or the nearest Mongolian Consulate.