This exciting Mongolian journey takes place over just six days but will fill your heart and spirit with a lifetime of memories. 

As part of this exceptional journey, participate in the celebrations surrounding Naadam, Mongolia’s national games. Wrestling, horse racing, and archery are the three age-old competitions traditionally used to measure the courage and strength of nomads and warriors. Contemporary Naadam Games showcase the abilities of local men, women, boys, and girls, and are also a time when family and friends get together to celebrate the short, joyful summer season.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1 | Ulaanbaatar  

Day 2 | Naadam Festival Opening Ceremony

Attend the opening day of the Naadam Festival, observing the colorful parade of the opening ceremony. Enjoy watching competitions in Mongolia’s classic games: Archery, Horseracing, and Wrestling. 

Day 3 | Naadam Festival

Drive to Khui Doloon Hudag, the famous horse racing field, where you will experience a true Mongolian horse race. In the afternoon, return to downtown of Ulaanbaatar to see the semi-finals of wrestling and archery. 

Day 4 | Ulaanbaatar 

Experience an extensive walking tour of the capital city, including stops at many landmarks and museums.

Day 5 | Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Enjoy an excursion to Gorkhi Terelj National Park, visiting Turtle Rock along the way. Explore the park on foot or by horseback. On the way back, we will stop at Chinggis Khan Equestrian Statue in Tsonjin Boldog, where you will marvel at this impressive statue and witness a breathtaking view.

Day 6 | Departure

Trip Dates & Pricing


Jul 9, 2021 - Jul 14, 2021
Jul 9, 2022 - Jul 14, 2022

5 – 9 Travelers:          $3,480 per person
10 – 14 Travelers:     $3,125 per person

Single Supplement: $1,150 per person


5 – 9 Travelers:          $3,595 per person
10 – 14 Travelers:     $3,295 per person

Single Supplement: $1,195 per person

NOTE: Land Price is based on Double Occupancy and
Internal Airfare is subject to change by airlines.

Activity Level

Cultural Journey, Small Group Journey.