Log In

A 7-Day Journey Limited to Just 16 Travelers

The Eternal Blue SkyFlaming CliffsTumen Ekh EnsembleMongolian IrisGenghis Khan StatueChoijin Lama Temple MuseumYolyn Am CanyonBuilding a GerRiding Horses

Under the Eternal Blue Sky

4 of 5 Departures Available

Experience Mongolia as you explore two of the country's most iconic landscapes: Terelj National Park and the Gobi Desert. Hike, ride horses, and explore nomadic life and culture.

2023 Prices (USD)

Double: $3,450

Single: $3,900

2024 Prices (USD)
Save $500! Book by Aug. 25, 2023

Double: $3,750 $3,250

Single: $4,200 $3,700

Five 2023 & 2024 Departures
  • June 18–24, 2023
  • July 23–29, 2023
  • August 13–19, 2023
  • Sold Out
  • June 16–22, 2024
  • August 4–10, 2024

Detailed Itinerary

Sunday, June 18Arrival

Meet your guide at Ulaanbaatar’s airport and check into the five-star Blue Sky Hotel in the heart of Mongolia’s cosmopolitan capital. (D)

Monday, June 19Ulaanbaatar

Join your tour leader on a walking tour of Mongolia’s capital city. Visit Sukhbaatar Square, walk through the country’s history at the National Museum of Mongolia, and marvel at the splendid art and architecture of the Choijin Lama Temple Museum. (B,L,D)

Tuesday, June 20Oasis in The Gobi Desert

Fly to Dalanzadgad, the capital of South Gobi Province, located in the shadow of the Three Beauties Mountain Range. The mountains provide shelter and sustenance to nomadic herders, their herds and myriad wildlife. Hike through Yolyn Am Canyon. The high rock walls, covered in juniper and wild rhubarb, form an oasis home to Lammergeier bearded vultures and Siberian ibex. Settle into a ger at Dream Gobi Lodge for your two nights in the desert. The lodge is the desert’s premier resort, a community-based oasis of excellent food and service in the stillness of the Gobi. (B,L,D)

Wednesday, June 21Flaming Cliffs

Start the day by meeting a family who raise the Gobi’s most iconic animals: two-humped Bactrian camels. Learn more about these remarkable animals on a camel ride through the gently undulating Molstog Els Sand Dunes. Then, explore the red sandstone Flaming Cliffs. The cliffs, rich in dinosaur fossils, are renowned for the world’s first discovery of dinosaur eggs, uncovered in 1923 by an American Museum of Natural History expedition led by zoologist Roy Chapman Andrews. (B,L,D)

Thursday, June 22Terelj National Park

Fly back to Ulaanbaatar, and travel east to Terelj National Park, a mixed area of steppe, forest and dramatic rock formations. Mount one of Mongolia's famed horses and explore the area on horseback. Spend the night at a ger camp in Terelj. (B,L,D)

Friday, June 23Genghis Khan

From Terelj, visit the towering 131-foot tall Genghis Khan Statue, built in 2006 for the 800th anniversary of the Mongol Empire. Return to the city for a folk music and dance performance by the renowned Tumen Ekh Ensemble, followed by a farewell dinner with your fellow travelers. (B,L,D)

Saturday, June 24International Departure

Return to the airport for your flight home. (B)

Return to Top

What's Included

All-Inclusive in Mongolia

Mongolian Travel Experts
Tour Leader Fluent in English and Mongolian
Experienced Drivers
Personal Travel Planning From U.S.-Based Experts
All-Inclusive Tour
Domestic Flights in Mongolia
Curated Selection of Dining and Restaurants
Best Accommodations in Each Region
Luxurious SUVs
Admission and Participation Fees
Peace of Mind
Come Together
Come Together — Health and Cleanliness
Emergency Medical Evacuation Insurance

Complete terms and conditions will be provided before booking.

Return to Top

Filled CircleFilled CircleEmpty CircleEmpty CircleEmpty Circle
Activity Level

Travelers in good health of all ages have enjoyed traveling with us to Mongolia. This tour has an activity level of two out of five.

Please call us at 1-800-225-0560 before booking to discuss the specific physical requirements for the trip you are considering.

Return to Top