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Nomadic Discovery Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
About Nomadic Discovery Mongolia
Nomadic Discovery day tour include exploration of Historical Places Cultural Experiences in Mongolia. Nomadic Discovery Tours always offer flexible tour itineraries to meet the requirements of each and every single client. Our philosophy is to serve our customers with the opportunity to gain a fascinating and unforgettable time in Mongolia whilst treating visitors with respect and professionalism.
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Half Day Mongolia Nomadic Discovery Tour of Chinggis Khan Statue

Take a half-day private tour from Ulaanbaatar to see the world’s largest tribute to equestrianism, the Chinggis Khan Statue. The drive to the national park takes about two hours, during which you can sit back and enjoy the views. Once at the monument, you’ll have time to explore the area and take photographs of the statue. You will also have the opportunity to try on traditional Mongolian garb and take souvenir photos (available for purchase) before returning to Ulaanbaatar.
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5 hours
from $75.90

Central Mongolia Tour 3 Days

Get picked up from designated location, visit super market and depart Ulaanbaatar. After 2 hours on the road visit Khustai National park to see the Takhi or the wild horses, here you can spot Red Deers especially during months of Oct-Apr. After lunch at the park depart to Elsen Tasarkhai for family visit and stay overnight. Elsen tasarkhai is a small gobi for those who can not visit the real gobi. On day 2 camel ride is scheduled after breakfast and depart to city of Kharkhorin, visit the Erdenezuu Monastery, have lunch at Kharkhorin and hike up to the Kings Tower overlooking city of Kharkhorin. Arrive back at Elsen tasarkhai and stay overnight with the family. On day 3 relax after breakfast and depart to UB and arrive in around 5pm
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3 days
from $456.42
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JONATHAN S wrote a review Nov 2019
13 contributions3 helpful votes
The original listing I used for Nomadic Discovery Mongolia only had a full day tour, but I wanted to do a shorter version and contacted them on facebook to see if that was possible. They were quick and efficient with accommodating me and gave me a fair price to just go to the statue and come back. The statue was quite impressive and the drive through the countryside was beautiful. At the beginning of the day, I realized I had forgotten to exchange money at the airport that morning, and my driver was happy to stop at a bank and help me exchange money there. The only drawback was that my driver was not a tour guide, just a driver. He could communicate in English somewhat, but there was very minimal exchange of information about what I was seeing. (Possibly because I had negotiated for a shorter tour, maybe the full tour gets a full guide.) Still extremely worth it though! Very easy company to work with!
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Date of experience: July 2019
Alexander Myers wrote a review May 2019
Lake Tahoe (California), California6 contributions
Booked our fishing in Mongolia through the Nomadic Discovery of Mongolia in September 2018 for 9 days. Greeted with Munkh at the airport and took us to our hotel. Early the next morning we flew to Moron [Murun], Khuvsgul, where it all happened. We spent the whole day trying to cover 200 km with nothing more than gravel and mud, all of this is part of the plan - then you understand why not so many people come here. Toyota Land Cruiser Rocks! Goes everywhere! We stayed in the wooden cabins owned by Munkh - it is a luxury to stay in such a log cabin in this part of the world, even the ger camp where we stayed on the lake Khuvsgul cannot compete with it. Bathroom and common area are clean. In total we were fishing for 5 full days in the Shisged Tengis basin and biggest Taimen caught was 30 inches long. Not only our guide is fun and talented his outdoor skills are broad; great horseback rider, good fisher and makes juicy tender Mongolian BBQ. Before we knew it, it was time to return on the dirt road leading to civilization. Spend the night in a camp on the lake Khuvsgul and flew to Ulaanbaatar the next morning. Overall, 5 out of 5 for the Munkh's hospitality and for this wonderful trip. His English breakfast is literally “bomb” a must try. Definitely recommended service!
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Date of experience: September 2018
Yan Wei Song wrote a review Sep 2018
4 contributions6 helpful votes
we arrived in mongolia without any concrete plans and were lucky to have met munkh who arranged a last minute 10 days trip that sets out the very next morning. he got gears ready for the 2 of us that was needed. munkh speaks fluent english and our driver, binba was able to communicate in mandarin with us. accommodation arranged for us was fairly comfortable and binba is an excellent cook. he prepares delicious, simple fare when food was not available at our accommodations. mongolia is an exceptionally beautiful country and the people we met along the way were all warm, friendly and hospitable.
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Date of experience: September 2018
2 Helpful votes
alexanderwebber3 wrote a review May 2018
San Jose, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
Thank you Nomadic Discovery Mongolia team an amazing itinerary in Mongolia!!! My family, friends and I loved it very much!!! You guys did a great job of arranging every last detail of our overland SUV for 18-day tour to Mongolia for 9 of us. Unfortunately Mr.Munkh was not available to take us but it felt he was there all the way along - he had always been in contact regularly even though he was in Europe. The local guide and driver were knowledgeable and flexible, accommodating our interests whenever possible. We explored the major sights in Kharkhorin, Orkhon Valley, Gobi Three Beauty and Reindeer stays; throughout we stayed mostly in true Mongolian style yurts in except in Khuvsgul where we stayed in Tee-Pees with reindeer tribe. Mongolia is a truly unique and last untouched place on this planet and it is truly vast; I did not know that there could be so many different types of lifestyle and culture can exist in one country from Camel herders in the south, horseman in the Central and shamanic reindeer herders in the North. So many good memories and monstrous portioned true Mongolian lamb BBQ. After an initial research, I had doubt in this tour company but I was wrong. With harsh weather condition and lack of infrastructure It is difficult to accommodate to everyone's needs - surely it is not for the faint hearted!!! We will back in 2019 autumn for the Golden Eagle Festival Thank you again!!!
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Date of experience: May 2018
1 Helpful vote
Kacie01 wrote a review Oct 2017
Barstow, California114 contributions48 helpful votes
Overall - Amazing trip! I initially chose to go with Nomadic Discovery, over other tour agencies, due to how quickly the owner (Munkh) responded to my emails and how flexible he was with planning our trip details (we booked only about 2-3 weeks before our trip). A family of five (grandmother, two adults, and two children ages 4 and 5); we had our own guide, driver, and vehicle for the duration of our 8-day trip. Both guide (Bugii) and driver were excellent. They were especially helpful with the two kids, which had been a pre-trip concern, but was ultimately not an issue. We did not have any issues with accommodations along the way - ger/camp owners were always expecting us and were gracious. Highlights of the trip were the natural hot springs and of course the Orkhon valley waterfall. Hike to the temple was also a treat. On the last day, Munkh hosted a picnic at a beautiful spot for some authentic Mongolian BBQ. The only reason I give 4 (versus 5) stars is because of the information available prior to the trip -- while Nomadic Discovery was more responsive, some of the other tour providers sent nice (electronic) brochures with pictures of prospective locations, accommodations, recommended packing lists, and instructions for international travelers (such as if/when visas are required). Certainly not a show-stopper, but it would be helpful to have more information, particularly about packing list and itinerary. (We packed way too much! Recommend just one backpack each, plus a "Camel back," because otherwise you'll be spilling water on yourself while drinking to drink in the back of the van on a bumpy road! ;) )
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Date of experience: June 2017