Touring “Old Delhi” and a raft trip down the Indus River serve as appetizers while acclimating before five days of trekking constantly rewarded by panoramic mountain vistas in a land bound by two of the world’s highest mountain ranges: Himalaya to the south and Karakoram to the north.
Dinosaurs of the Gobi2020-08-16T13:44:18+00:00
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 thereafter its dryness has pristinely preserved the life that once was.
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. Experience the hospitality of Mongolia’s nomads while exploring the country’s extraordinary contrasts.
From the Altai to the Gobi2020-08-02T13:28:52+00:00
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 families and experience firsthand their traditional songs, customs, and heritage of golden eagle falconry, and visit such astonishing sites as a ancient burial mounds and a prehistoric stone man statue of Turkish origin.
Classic Mongolian Odyssey2020-07-09T13:38:15+00:00
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 Hovsgol National Park, the cliffs and canyons of the Gobi, and take part take part in the celebrations surrounding Naadam, Mongolia’s national games.