Mongolia is an uncommonly beautiful destination. Home to a plateau, mountains, deserts, steppes, lakes and basins, this country is one of the few left in the world in which nomadic traditions are still a way of life.
On a group journey to Mongolia, you will get to witness nomadic herders on the move across the country, along with many other fascinating local and cultural traditions.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
May - October
Group Mongolia Tours
On our Mongolia expeditions, our group sizes range from 4-14. Traveling with a small group provides many advantages. You can conserve travel budget because the cost is spread throughout the group. Travelers will also make lifelong friendships. Traveling is, in itself, a richly rewarding experience, and in the company of other likeminded adventurers you increase your opportunities for learning as you travel and sharing in the journey
Highlights of Group Mongolia Expeditions
Our group Mongolia tours target some specific experiences, such as the Naadam Festival and the Golden Eagle Festival, but they all include certain Mongolian must-sees, such as the breathtaking scenery.
While on a group tour of Mongolia, you will stay in a traditional ger, similar to a yurt. Gers are made of latticework and covered with felt and white canvas. On your luxury Mongolia tour, your ger will be furnished with a bed and other comforts of home. About half of the population of Mongolia live in gers, which help keep inhabitants warm in winter and cool in summer.
On your chosen tour, you may ride a camel across sand dunes in the Gobi Desert or a horse across the plateau as part of your pre-planned trek—experiencing life as the Mongolian nomads live—moving to ideal grazing lands of pastures, meadows and grasslands with herds of sheep, goats, horses, camels and cattle.
Group Mongolia Tours
Mongolia’s Naadam Festival
Dating back more than 2,000 years, the khans of Mongolia kept their soldiers in shape during times of peace by having them compete in games that replicated aspects of war. Join the celebrations surrou..
Classic Mongolian Odyssey
Join Nomadic Expeditions on this classic journey which offers a fascinating introduction to Mongolia’s diverse landscapes, its people, and culture. Explore the mountains, forests, and meadows of Hov..
From verdant fields dusted with wildflowers to forested mountains bordering alpine lakes and sandstone cliffs towering above the sands of the Gobi, the wild beauty of Mongolia is awe-inspiring. Experi..
Dinosaurs of the Gobi
Long before the days of Chinggis Khan, the Tarbosaurus ruled Mongolia. During the Cretaceous period, the Gobi was densely forested and sodden with lakes and streams. Yet for millions of years thereaft..
The Golden Eagle Festival
When it snows in the Altai Mountains, Mongolia’s Kazakh falconers trek on horseback into the challenging winter terrain with their golden eagles. Here bird and hunter work together to catch fox and ..
In Search of Dragons & Eagles
Tour the major cultural centers of Mongolia’s blossoming capital Ulaanbaatar before venturing west to the Altai Mountains and witnessing the annual two-day Golden Eagle Festival, a showcase of the K..
From the Altai to the Gobi
Undertake an adventure spanning two of Mongolia’s most dramatic destinations: the Altai Mountains to the West, and the Gobi Desert to the south. High in the Altai, you will meet local Kazakh familie..
Best Mongolia Tour Operator
When you choose an exotic destination such as Mongolia to travel to, you want a proven, experienced tour operator you can trust. Nomadic Expeditions has been running luxury Mongolia tours since 1992 and has won many awards from top travel corporations and publications.
We are known as the best Mongolia tour operator in the U.S., not only because of the amazing experiences we provide to travelers, but also because of our commitment to sustainable tourism. We put every effort into not impacting the environment in any way on our Mongolia tours, and we provide a reliable and valuable source of income for the locals via jobs and training.
Start planning your Mongolia tour with Nomadic Expeditions today.