Important Information

Mongolia Tour
3 Days
Max Altitude 1000m
Best Season All Season
Activity Per Day
5-6 hrs
Level 2
Group Size
2 - 20 people
Transportation Flight - Jeep

A nomadic family tour is an exciting trip to Mongolia where you experience an authentic nomadic culture by an overnight stay with a host family. Spending your time with local family offers you an opportunity to get close to the nomadic people and observe them more vividly. Staying in a Ger is a completely different experience which only found in Mongolia. The majority of the nomadic families do have spare yurt (Ger) for you to sleep. During this tour, you will also have sightseeing in the capital city, Ulaanbaatar, and other attractions en route to the Terelj National Park.    

Generally, the Nomadic camp moves from one place to another 2-3 times a year. They move to Nomadic herders rear domestic animals like horses, goats, sheep, yaks, and camels. Everyone in the family such as men, women, and even able children is actively participating in different tasks like setting the camp, looking after the cattle, cooking meals, etc.  Are you planning to visit Mongolia? If yes let us know so we can recommend the best tour that suits you. If are looking for a tour that is not mentioned here then please customize your trip for booking Mongolia Tours. Our expert travel advisor will help you to create your tour with no regret at all.

Outline Itinerary ( 3 Days )

Day 1

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar and Drive to Terelj National Park

On your arrival at Chinggis Khaan International Airport, you will assistance by Himalayan Wander Walkers' representative. Our Guide and driver will escort toward Terelj National Park for an overnight stay with a nomadic family.

Overnight accommodation is set with AP Plan at nomadic family yurt (Ger Camp).

Day 2

Exploration in Terelj National Park and drive to Ulaanbaatar

Today, we will visit Turtle rock that is a natural rock formation, and hike to the Ariyabal meditation temple. It takes about 1 km from the gate to the actual temple and the only way to access it is by walking. Enjoy the picturesque view overlooking the Terelj National Park while you on the top. (During Winter)On the same day, it is possible to do horse riding and dog sledding. It cost 10USD per person per hour for horses and about 35USD per person for 20-30minutes Dog sledding.  In the evening you will drive to Ulaanbaatar.

Overnight accommodation is set with MAP Plan at nomadic family yurt (Ger Camp).

Day 3

Final Departure

Our team is saying goodbye as your journey to Mongolia comes to an end today. If you have more time you can do some shopping or sightseeing. Approximately 2 hours before your scheduled flight guide from Himalayan Wander walkers will take you to the airport. On your way home you'll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful countries of Nepal, Bhutan, Mongolia, and Tibet.

Meal: Breakfast.

*AP (American plan) = Meal includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

*BB (Bed and Breakfast) = Meal includes only breakfast.

*MAP (Modified American plan) = Meal includes breakfast and either lunch or dinner.



All transportation listened in the itinerary
Twin-share accommodation: Ger camp for 1 night and hotel*** for 1 night
Meals: 2 Breakfast, 3 lunch, 2 dinners
Services of English speaking guide
All taxes and entrance fees to the protected areas
Airport and train station transfers


International transportation
Travel and medical insurance
Alcoholic drinks
Meals not shown on the program (in Ulaanbaatar)
Horse and camel riding

Important Information

The Price given here is per person based on a minimum of 2 pax. The price will be cheaper with an increase in the number of people.

*If you are looking for a visa process or domestic flight within Mongolia then let us know we can help you to book your flight and issue Visa.

*Single Room Supplement is an extra charge.


The most important consideration for any tour is staying warm and dry, lightweight, breathable, moisture-winking under layers are highly recommended. Insulating layers and jackets are necessary. Comfortable hiking shoes, quality socks (quality socks are recommended), and head covering (insulating caps and brimmed caps designed to block sunlight) are essential. Outer layers should be made of waterproof, wind-blocking material such as Gore-Tex. Sunglasses and sun-block cream, drinking water bottles, torchlight, foot care items such as foot powder and Moleskin, insect repellent, and personal hygiene items are also necessary. 

Useful Information

Facilities can be pretty basic without running water and toilets outside of the yurt so, tolerance, an open mind, and cultural breadth will be needed to afford you a more pleasant and fulfilling experience.  Besides creating amazing stories for your return home, an open mind is a way to disconnect from your daily digital grind and gain the full experience of life as a Nomad in Mongolia.

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