Ulan-bator to South Gobi

Travel Agenda /6 Day 5 night /

On this trip, you will have the opportunity to not only experience the nomadic lifestyle of the Gobi region, located in the southernmost part of Mongolia but also explore remarkable destinations such as Yol mouth, Moltsog sand, Bayan Zag (a protected reserve of Mongolia), the Gobi province center, and the “Gobi Nature and History Museum.”

Travel fee

  • A small group of individuals ranging from two to five people   1380$
  • A group of individuals ranging from six to ten people   1200$
  • Up to 10 people   1080$
  • Air tickets from Ulaanbaatar to Umnugobi

Arrival to hotel

The great Chingis Khan Museum

The museum proudly houses an impressive collection of over 10,000 original exhibits spanning a wide range of historical periods. These exhibits cover the rich heritage of Mongolia, starting from the era of the Hunnu Empire, the first nomadic state, up until the early 20th century. Visitors can explore the fascinating activities and lives of Mongolian kings, nobles, and the various states throughout history. The museum showcases a diverse array of artifacts, including objects used by these historical figures, as well as important relics from major events. With the aid of modern advanced technology, the museum presents captivating displays of paintings, hand paintings, sculptures, blacksmithing, sewing, embroidery, and intricate models.


Gandan Monastery

Gandan Monastery, located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, serves as the central Buddhist monastery of Mongolia. Its establishment dates back to 1809 when it was founded as the Yellow Temple on Dalkh Terrace. The architectural structures of the monastery exhibit a blend of Mongolian, Mongolian-Chinese, and Sino-Tibetan styles, constructed using materials such as wood, stone, brick, and ornamental blue-glazed pottery.


Zaisan Hill

Zaisan Tolgoi is situated in front of Ulaanbaatar city and holds a special place as a popular tourist destination. At the summit of Zaisan Hill, there stands a memorial complex dedicated to Soviet soldiers. Constructed in 1971, the complex serves as a tribute to the courageous Soviet soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of Khalkh River.

The mouth of Yol

The Mouth of the Yol is a profound canyon situated in the Gobi Gurvansaikhan Natural Park of South Gobi Province, Mongolia. This area is a designated protected zone, earning its name “The Mouth of the Yol” due to the presence of the rare majestic Yol bird. The canyon offers a unique experience as it contains several cool areas with perpetual shade, shielded from the direct sunlight. As a result, a refreshing cool breeze permeates through the canyon. Additionally, some of the canyon walls tower up to 200 meters in height.

Noyon Town, Mirror Rock, and Saran Valley

 Those are among the remarkable locations in Khaniin Khetsiin. Saran Valley stands out as one of the most stunning places. This valley is known for its open water sources, attracting rare wild animals like argali, ibex, and leopards. The rocky walls of the valley are characterized by numerous holes and depressions, which serve as hiding spots for many animals seeking shelter from the summer heat.

Hermen Tsav

Embark on a captivating full-day tour of Hermen Tsav, a place that will transport you to a Mars-like landscape. This unique location, encompassing scrublands, forests, and desert vegetation, is renowned for the abundance of dinosaur fossils discovered here.

Hermen Tsav stretches across a striking red canyon that spans 15-20 kilometers in length. Remarkably, this canyon was once the ocean floor of the Hermen tsav, dating back 65-250 million years. Over time, wind and water erosion sculpted this extraordinary canyon, resembling the surface of the moon.

Apart from its breathtaking natural beauty, Hermen Tsav is famous for its wealth of dinosaur eggs and fossils. In fact, the first complete dinosaur skeleton was unearthed in this area, signifying its significance in paleontological research. Many more dinosaur fossils have been discovered within the diverse landscape of scrublands, forests, and desert vegetation.

-20 公里长的红色峡谷。在 65-2.5 亿年前,Hermenian 裂缝是海底。干涸后,多年的风蚀和水蚀造就了这个看起来像月球表面的惊人峡谷。该地区不仅以其自然美景而闻名,还以其恐龙蛋和化石而闻名。在这里发现了第一具完整的恐龙骨架。在灌木丛、森林和沙漠植被中也发现了许多恐龙化石。

Hongor sand

Located in the Sevrey and Bayandalai sub-districts of South Gobi province, Hongor Sands is an expansive sand dune stretching across approximately 180 kilometers. Ascending to the top of the sand dunes offers a breathtaking panoramic view of hundreds of dunes.

When you gaze upon the entirety of Hongor Sands, you’ll notice a captivating landscape. In the foreground lies a rocky mountain, followed by a vast expanse of sand dunes where vegetation struggles to grow. Lastly, on the north side, you’ll be greeted by a vibrant oasis with a flowing river. Behind Hongor Sands, there are several tourist camps that serve as starting points for horse and camel rides, providing an immersive experience of the dunes.

Folk art performance

During your visit, you have the opportunity to explore the Fiddle Museum, where you can immerse yourself in the world of traditional Mongolian music. The museum showcases a collection of folk-art fiddles, harmonicas, and other musical instruments. Additionally, you can enjoy performances of long songs, traditional dances, contortion, and other captivating cultural displays.

To delve deeper into the craftsmanship of these musical instruments, you can also visit the Fiddle Factory, where you can witness the skilled artisans at work as they craft these beautiful instruments.

Bogd khan museum

The Bogd Khan Museum is a museum complex housed within the Green Palace of Bogd Javzandamba, the final king of Mongolia. It stands as the oldest and one of the most esteemed museums in the country, showcasing a wealth of historical, cultural, and artistic artifacts. The museum boasts an impressive collection that includes religious offerings, ethnographic pieces, and an array of stuffed animals.

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The weather

the weather and climate of Mongolia are characterized by its unique geographical location and topography. As you mentioned, Mongolia is situated in the center of the Eurasian continent, far from any coastal influences. The country is surrounded by high mountains, such as the Altai, Khangai, and Khentii ranges, which further contribute to its climatic patterns.

Mongolia experiences an extreme and harsh continental climate with distinct four seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Let’s take a closer look at each season:

Spring (March to May): Spring in Mongolia is characterized by a gradual transition from cold winter to warmer temperatures. However, the weather can still be quite unpredictable, with occasional snowfall and temperature fluctuations.

Summer (June to August): The summer season in Mongolia is relatively short but can be hot and dry. Average temperatures can range from comfortable to high, with some areas experiencing temperatures above 30°C (86°F). It is the season with the most rainfall, although rainfall amounts can still be relatively low.

Autumn (September to November): Autumn brings cooler temperatures, especially towards the latter part of the season. It is known for its vibrant colors as the vegetation changes, with golden and red hues covering the landscapes. The weather is generally pleasant, with clear skies and mild temperatures during the day.

Winter (December to February): Winter in Mongolia is long, cold, and snowy. Temperatures can drop well below freezing, with averages ranging from -20°C (-4°F) to -40°C (-40°F) in some areas. The country experiences strong winds and occasional snowstorms, making it a challenging season for travel.

It’s important to note that Mongolia’s climate can vary significantly across its vast territory due to its size and diverse geographical features. The southern regions tend to be drier and hotter, while the northern parts are colder and receive more precipitation.

Mongolia’s extreme continental climate poses challenges for its inhabitants, but it also contributes to the country’s unique natural landscapes and nomadic way of life.

Summer season June, July, August, air temperature is 10-30C and it is hot with rain.

Autumn season: September, October, November, air temperature is 3°…-10°C with a cool breeze

The winter season is December, January, and February, the temperature is -10°…-35°C, and there is snow.

Spring season March, April, May has a cool wind of 5°…15°C


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Professional guide

Our organization provides friendly guides and translators who are well-recognized in the field of tourism in Mongolia, offering extensive knowledge and expertise.

Outstanding Location

We introduce our customers to the unspoiled and breathtaking nature of Mongolia, along with the unique lifestyle and rich heritage of its nomadic people. Additionally, we specialize in organizing safe and eco-friendly tours. It is indeed possible to explore the border regions of Mongolia within a short timeframe, allowing you to experience the diverse beauty of the country.


Mongolia offers a rich array of historical monuments to explore, including Ulaanbaatar, the vibrant capital city; the revered birthplace of Genghis Khan, a legendary figure in Mongolian history; the vast and awe-inspiring Gobi region, renowned for its abundance of dinosaur fossils; and the breathtakingly beautiful Altai Five Bogd mountains , where pristine snowy landscapes captivate visitors throughout the year.

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In addition to standard tours, our company also specializes in organizing cross-border tours, children's tours, and customized special program tours tailored to meet the unique preferences and suggestions of our customers.