Luxurious Mongolian Journeys

Orkhon Valley
Riding Horses in Mongolia Aaruul Eagle Hunting Ger Camp Hiking in Mongolia Mongolian Folk Music (Tumen Ekh Ensemble) Herding Mongolian Animals Mongolian Nomadic Life
Mongolian Ger

Experiences (Scroll Over the Small Pictures)

Immerse yourself in Mongolian culture, nomadic life, and natural beauty with exclusive experiences offered by Blue Silk Travel.

Riding Horses in Mongolia

Camel and Horse Riding

Few experiences are as iconically Mongolian as horseback and camel riding. We have options for you, whether you're an experienced rider, interested in trying a something new, just looking to for a photo-op, or most comfortable enjoying the view from the ground!

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Aaruul

Dining

Sharing meals with new friends and trying local flavors are highlights for Blue Silk Travel travelers. Mongolia's vibrant culinary scene celebrates organic meat and dairy raised by nomadic herders and organic vegetables grown on vegetable plots and small family farms across the Mongolia.

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Eagle Hunting

Eagle Hunting

For centuries, ethnically Kazakh nomads have captured golden eagles at birth and trained them to hunt foxes, wolves and other animals. This tradition, centered in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia's far west, has gained worldwide attention through teenager Aisholpan, the subject of the 2016 documentary, The Eagle Huntress.

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Ger Camp

Ger Camps

A ger camp is a resort, often in a remote area, with accommodations in gers. On Blue Silk Travel's tours, travelers stay at ger camps throughout Mongolia that provide a welcoming atmosphere with friendly service, clean accommodations and excellent food.

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Hiking in Mongolia

Hiking

Mongolia's vast open spaces offer world-class hiking of all lengths and levels. Lace up and hit the trail on our 2020 Mongolia tours.

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Mongolian Folk Music (Tumen Ekh Ensemble)

Music

Mongolian art reflects the open spaces and independence that are hallmarks of nomadic life. Mongolian music, such as throat singing and long song, fills the emptiness of the steppe.

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Herding Mongolian Animals

Nomadic Life

Mongolia has one of the world's last nomadic cultures. Nomadic life centers around five animals: horses, cattle, camels, sheep and goats. Herders meet all of their needs with these animals: transportation, food, drink, clothing, heating and even shelter.

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Mongolian Nomadic Life

Visiting Nomadic Families

All of our 2020 Mongolia tours include a visit with at least one nomadic family. You will get to know a Mongolian family and immerse yourself in Mongolia's nomadic culture. For deeper immersion, we also organize custom overnight homestays.

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