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  • What is included?
    Airport pick up & drop off service Private transportation & fuel Domestic flights Professional driver & tour guide Accommodations Three meals per day (B/L/D) All taxes & entrance fees Sightseeing costs Horse & Camel riding
  • What is not included?
    International transportation Travel and medical insurance Alcoholic drink Tip Meals in UB
  • What is the accommodation like?
    We offer our tourists 3-5 star hotels in Ulaanbaatar city center, however if you want to book your hotel by yourself, of course, you can. Also, we recommend 3 different accommodation options while traveling in rural areas outside the city. If you are looking for comfort, we offer you a tourist camp. If you're interested in a more authentic nomadic experience, we offer nomadic family homestays, and for younger travelers on a tight budget, we also offer homestays and tented tours. It is also possible to spend the night alternately with a tourist camp and a nomadic family. Staying at a tourist camp can be more expensive than staying at a nomadic family. So please let me know what kind of accommodation you want.
  • What is the tourist ger camp?
    Ger camps, featuring the traditional roundhouses of nomadic life, are the main accommodation in the countryside during the tours. The ger camps are located close to the main attractions or in scenic areas in the appropriate day’s driving distance from one another. Mongolian camp has approximately 15-40 gers, a large ger restaurant or a house restaurant serves European and Mongolian meals. Some ger camps have game rooms and open playgrounds. Flush toilets and showers are located in separate blocks from the ger accommodations. There are several ger camps featuring attached private bathroom gers and those gers are considered ensuite. If you wish to stay at the ensuite gers, please inform us in advance and we will gladly arrange the ensuite gers for an additional fee. The ger camp staff work hard to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay for their guests. Some of the ger camp staff speak basic English while others speak English and other languages fluently.
  • What is a nomadic family's ger camp?
    We believe in comfort and welcoming accommodation for guests to enjoy this trip as much as possible. The main type of shelter that's offered is a traditional Mongolian ger which is located next to the nomadic family in the countryside. When you stay in the nomadic ger camp you will have a great opportunity to explore the nomadic lifestyle but the facilities that you can have been limited compared to the tourist ger camp. The toilet is a simple outhouse and there is no shower. Staying in the nomadic family's ger camp can be an authentic and once-in-a-lifetime experience however if you prefer coziness then we advise you to choose a tourist camp.
  • What is food?
    In Ulaanbaatar, you will be dining at fine European and Asian cuisine restaurants. Mutton, beef, rice, and noodles form the basis of the Mongolian diet, so your meals will be based around this. However, the trail rations may include vegetables, eggs, peanut butter, cheese and sometimes yak! On some days there will be lunchboxes from tourist camps as there are no camps or eating places on the journey. It is good food and our experience has been that guests are happy with it.
  • What should I bring with me?
    Warm thin layers of clothing, waterproof jacket, good walking boots and sandals, a hat and headscarf to protect you from the sun and winds. insect repellent, sun cream, lip-gloss, water purifying tablets and first aid kit (medicine for headache, cold, diarrhea, runny nose; bandages; any medicine prescribed for you) all your camera equipment and binoculars, and perhaps some snacks to eat between meal times.
  • Is there any discount?
    Prices for children aged 2-11 get discounted. Infants travel free with their equipment.
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