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Mongolia has long evoked vast, icy, empty plains and fearsome warlords such as Genghis Khan, but this stunning country has beautiful parks, monasteries and plenty of outdoor activities that would be a pity to miss. The monasteries that were destroyed during Stalin’s reign have mostly been restored and are worth a visit, but the 18th century Amarbayasgalant Monastery survived the purge and shouldn’t be missed. Horse riding is popular and you can go on day rides or a week-long camping trek that will take you deep into the steppes where you can pitch your tent in one of the National Parks or share a nomad family’s yurt. Go bird watching, fishing and take a trip into the Gobi Desert where you can hunt for dinosaur fossils and ride a camel alongside the glacier in Yolyn Am Gorge.
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"Discovery Gobi" Adventure Tour
Mongolia- there is so much to explore and so many adventure to enjoy.

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USD 1200 - 2500 / Per person
Camel Riding
Duration: 13 - 15 days
Season: June - September

Into the wilderness -mountain bike tour
Mongolia - there is so much to explore and so many adventures to enjoy. Come and join with us experience into the wilderness.

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USD 1500 - 2700 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Cultural Journey
Duration: 15 - 18 days
Season: June - September

Mongolia River Outfitters
Mongolia River Outfitters: Guided fly fishing and rafting adventures in wild Mongolia.

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USD 200 - 350 / Per day
Fishing lodges

Agaatov Byambatseren 10% off.
Experienced tour guide service in Mongolia. I'm cooperating " Lundaa Ganzaga" tour operator company.

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USD 35 - 180 / Per person
Tour Guide
Season: January - December
Ulan Bator

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Mongolia Travel Stories
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