Ulaanbaatar: Private One-Way or Round-Trip Airport Transfer
- Private group
- Pickup available
- Duration options: 1 - 2 hours
Meet your English-speaking guide and driver at your downtown Ulaanbaatar hotel at 9 AM, then drive approximately 95 kilometers (60 miles) west of Ulaanbaatar to Hustai National Park. Travel on asphalt roads in good condition for a couple of hours and see nomadic tents sprawling across the beautiful landscape along the way. Upon arrival at Hustai National Park, take your time to explore extraordinary scenic spots where Asian wild horses graze, a result of the conservation program reintroduced by a group from the Netherlands in the framework of an international project. Later, a simple local lunch will be provided. After lunch at the park, visit a local horseman family and discover their nomadic way of life, their culture, and traditions. Take a horse for a ride yourself, if you want, and experience how traditional Mongolians traveled and how many modern Mongolians still do. Afterward, y...
Start your day with pick up at your hotel in Ulaanbaatar and drive to Karakorum (360 km away), the past capital of Great Mongolian State. Enjoy a half-day Karakorum tour to visit the signature Erdene Zuu Monastery, and Karakorum Museum to learn about its regional history. After a local dinner, spend a night at the traditional ger guesthouse. Marvel at the clear sky filled with stars and spot milky way.
After breakfast, drive to Elsen tasarkhai (70 km away), known as semi-gobi for its similar natural features to the famous Gobi desert. Ride 2-humped camels for the ultimate desert experience over endless sand dunes. Have a local-style lunch and drive to Khustai National Park (270 km away) to visit a nomadic family, experience their daily life, and taste organic dairy products. Spend the night in the nomadic family home after dinner.
After getting picked up in the morning from your hotel in Ulaanbaatar, drive to Elsen Tasarkhai, known as Semi-Gobi because of its resemblance to the famous Gobi Desert. Immerse yourself in the stunning landscape. Discover hundreds of birds, deer, and gazelle that call this mountain home. Take some time to hike around the area and then ride a camel or horse to the small sand dunes. Stop for an authentic lunch at a suitable spot along the way. Later, visit a local nomad family where you will have an opportunity to experience their way of life, their culture and traditions. Take a look at how some Mongolians are still keeping their traditional lifestyles. Get dropped off at your hotel in Ulaanbaatar by 5:00 PM.
Leave the city early in the morning to beat the crowds and arrive at Chonjinboldog area, where the Genghis Khan Monument is located, within an hour. Genghis Khan Statue Complex is the largest equestrian statue in the world. Take an elevator ride up to the horse's neck and relish spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Pay a visit to a small archaeology museum in the base of the statue, stop for a pick-me-up in the restaurant, and shop at the many souvenir shops. You can even try on traditional Mongolian costumes at the museum. Head then to Terelj National Park, the most accessible natural attraction from Ulaanbaatar. The park has many beautiful rock formations including Turtle Rock, Melkhii Khad (meaning "the Old Man Reading a Book"), and Praying Lama Rock. Savor a tasty, traditional lunch at Turtle Rock. After lunch, hike to Aryabal Monastery on a pleasant path and take in th...
Today's is "no-car-day" in Ulaanbaatar, it would be better if it's being communicated in advance, as we have to walk to the pickup point.
See the best of Mongolia's capital city, Ulaanbaatar, within this 8-hour city tour that takes you to all major historic sites of the city. Start your day from a convenient hotel pick-up. The first stop is Chinggis Khan Square, the city’s geographic and social center, with its famous statue of the founder of the Mongolian Empire mounted on his horse. Then, head over to the National History Museum of Mongolia. Learn about the country’s ancient past and storied empire, founded by Chinggis Khan in the year 1206, as well as life during the 20th-century Soviet era. Next, stop at Gandan Monastery, Mongolia's most important Buddhist site, where you may see monks observing ceremonial rituals. Then, wander the grounds of the ornate Bogd Khan Palace, one of Mongolia’s most important architectural monuments. Enjoy a local style lunch with a choice of buuz (dumplings) or khuushuur (beef patties). ...
Your driver and guide will pick you up from your location, from where you will head to the Terelj National Park for dog-sledding in a wild field. Lunch will consist of a picnic lunch next to an open fire, after which you will have free time for hiking and taking photos. As the dog sledding ends, you will drive back to Ulaanbaatar, passing the Chinggis Khaan Statue on the way. At the statue, you can explore the historical evolution museum of Mongolian Ger Dwelling, and can also take an elevator and some stairs to ascend to the top of the statued horse's neck. You will also will see a big booth at the welcome lobby where you can enjoy souvenir shopping and photography services, with traditional clothes available to don. Following that, your tour will end with drop-off to your starting point in Ulaanbaatar at around 6:30PM.
Rise early in the morning and head to Manzushir Monastery, established in 1733 and located in the south of Bogd Khan Uul Mountain, a sacred mountain with UNESCO World Heritage tentative status. Over time, the monastery has grown into a complex of more than 20 temples with over 300 resident monks. Locals love to hike, picnic, and hang out at the monastery site. Learn about the history behind the area while enjoying a walk in the Bogd Khan Uul National Park or a short horseback riding experience. You will love the surrounding nature and beautiful landscapes. In the evening, you will be transferred back to your Ulaanbaatar hotel.
Visit the Mongolian National Folk Song and Dance Ensemble to watch a traditional 90-minute show of various art forms. You can choose the option that includes a convenient pickup from your hotel. Hear the famous Mongolian throat singing, see musicians playing indigenous instruments, and be amazed as contortionists will perform incredible acrobatic movements. Professional dancers in colorful and fancy traditional attires come out to fill the stage while the live orchestra is playing. Please note, during winter the show is only on Thursdays and Sundays.
Whether you have just arrived from a long overnight flight or a short hop between cities, take the stress out of your airport arrival with this private, one-way transfer from Chinggis Khaan International Airport to your destination in Ulaanbaatar. Alternatively, travel hassle-free with a round-trip transfer or a one-way transfer from your hotel in Ulaanbaatar to the airport. Save yourself the hassle and uncertainty of finding a reliable local taxi and transfer in comfort. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, this airport transfer service is the ideal way to get moving. Transfers are available to and from all Ulaanbaatar hotels. Avoid long queues for taxis and simply sit back and relax as you are taken to your chosen destination. Your professional and courteous driver will meet you at the airport with a personalized sign upon your arrival. Drivers are punctual, polite, an...
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I am very satisfied! There were some changes in the context of the coronavirus, but the guide was very kind and finally good friends. It was a good memory. Thank you!
It is quite a long drive due to the traffic in Ulan Bator, but the ride with the camels and the dunes are beautiful, as well as the simple but tasty lunch.
The traveling time of the car was long, but it was fun with a very friendly guide. This time, I would like to go to a hotel instead of a day trip.
Thank‘s a lot to the Guide Bachi, you did a great job. It was a awesome day and you showed me wonderful places around UB.
It’s a very good tour especially Mr.Bachi we are very impression.