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Discover True Mongolia tour 2024

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16days/15nights

Tour grade: Easy

From: US$ 2,950

Style: Traveller

  • Explore Karakorum, the historic capital of the formidable Mongolian Empire under Genghis Khan's rule.
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Orkhon Valley, steeped in cultural and historical significance.
  • Embark on an adventure in the enigmatic Gobi Desert, home to unique endemic flora and fauna.
  • Discover the pristine beauty of Khuvsgul Lake and the enchanting Khoridol Saridag Mountains.
  • Experience an unforgettable camel ride atop two-humped Bactrian camels amidst the rolling sand dunes.
  • Uncover the secrets of the Flaming Cliffs, renowned as the ancient birthplace of dinosaurs.
  • Explore UNESCO tentative listed sites Jargalantyn Am and Uushgiin Uvur, both remarkable bronze age complexes with deer stones.
  • Immerse yourself in genuine cultural exchanges with local nomadic families.
  • Enjoy the comfort of staying in Mongolian Traditional Ger/Yurt accommodations.

Tour Overview

Embark on an extraordinary journey that takes you through the highlights of Southern Mongolia. Explore the towering sand dunes of Khongoriin Els, venture into the breathtaking Yolyn Am glacial canyon, also knows as the Lammergeier Gorge, and marvel at the crimson cliffs of Bayanzag, home to the world’s richest trove of dinosaur fossils.

 

Your expedition will lead you across diverse landscapes, from the vast central Mongolian steppe to the lush northern alpine forests. Discover the tranquility of kayaking on Lake Khuvsgul, Asia’s second-largest freshwater lake. Along the way, forge connections with the Reindeer people, nomadic Gobi camel herders, and central Mongolian nomads, immersing yourself in their unique ways of life.

 

Each day promises new experience and adventures, from serene hikes in the wilderness to intimate encounters with local nomadic families. Feel the exhilaration of riding horses across the expansive steppe and camels in the vast expanse of the Gobi Desert as you journey deeper into the heart of Mongolia.

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Brief itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, dealing with jet lag
  • Day 2: Tsagaan Suvarga
  • Day 3: Yolyn Am gorge, Gurvan Saikhan National Park
  • Day 4: Day trip to Khongor sand dunes, Camel ride
  • Day 5: Khavtsgait Petroglyph and Bayanzag, The Flaming Cliffs
  • Day 6: Ongi Monastery
  • Day 7: Karakorum
  • Day 8: Taikhar Rock via Tsetserleg
  • Day 9: Jargalantyn Am Natural Deer stone museum
  • Day 10: Day in Khorgo Terkh National Park
  • Day 11: Tumurbulag, Khuvsgul
  • Day 12: Lake Khuvsgul
  • Day 13: Leisure Day in Lake Huvsgul
  • Day 14: Murun- Ulaanbaatar
  • Day 15: City tour of Ulaanbaatar
  • Day 16: Departure from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
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Tour images

Gandan Monastery in Ulaanbaatar
Erdenezuu Monastery in Karakorum
Khongor Sand dunes in Gobi desert
Bayanzag - The Flaming Cliffs
Giant Genghis Statue
Camel riding experience

Full Itinerary

Day 1:

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, dealing with jet lag

Upon your arrival in Ulaanbaatar, our team will greet you at the airport after you’ve completed the necessary customs formalities. You’ll then be transported to your hotel for check-in. The remainder of the day is dedicated to allowing you to recover from any jet lag and to enjoy a well-deserved rest in preparation for your exciting journey through Mongolia. Later in the evening, at 7 pm, we’ll convene in the downtown area for a delightful welcome dinner at a local restaurant. During this gathering, your guide will provide you with a comprehensive tour briefing, ensuring that you’re fully prepared and informed for the adventures that lie ahead.

 

Accommodation: Hotel booked by clients

Meals:

Dinner

Day 2:

Tsagaan Suvarga

Today’s expedition leads us to Tsagaan Suvarga, a remarkable sedimentary formation that harks back to an ancient seabed. Our journey spans approximately 6-7 hours, punctuated by a refreshing lunch break in Mandagovi town. Upon our afternoon arrival at the camp, you’ll check in and settle in for a rewarding adventure. We’ll embark on an excursion to the Tsagaan Suvarga scarps, where you can revel in a captivating hike amidst the vibrant cliffs, ascending toward the summit for breathtaking views. After this invigorating exploration, we’ll return to the ger camp to savor a delicious dinner and spend the night in comfort. 

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Lunch

Dinner

Day 3:

Yolyn Am gorge, Gurvan Saikhan National Park

Today, we embark on a picturesque journey to Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park, a drive that spans approximately four to five hours, allowing us ample opportunities for scenic photography stops. Our expedition includes a pit stop in Dalanzadgad, a charming Gobi town, where we’ll explore the newly constructed Umnugovi province museum and savor a delightful lunch. Following our visit to Dalanzadgad, we’ll embark on a brief drive to reach the enchanting Yolyn Am gorge. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to partake in a one-hour hike from our parking spot, immersing yourself in the breathtaking natural beauty. Eventually, we’ll transfer to the Gobi Mirage camp, where we’ll spend the next three nights, ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 4:

Day trip to Khongor sand dunes, Camel ride

Rise and shine at 5 am as we set off on an unforgettable journey to the Khongor sand dunes. Witness the mesmerizing sunrise in the heart of the wilderness while savoring a picnic breakfast paired with freshly brewed coffee. Our expedition continues as we make our way to the Khongor sand dunes, renowned as Mongolia's longest dunes. The drive to reach these dunes will span approximately 3 to 4 hours, traversing vast desert badlands that stretch as far as the eye can see. Along the way, remote mountains silhouette the horizon, and solitary gers dot the landscape as nomads travel on camelback or horseback, creating surreal mirages. The desert floor itself is adorned with an array of colorful rocks and rare minerals. It's the Gobi at its most rugged and striking, offering countless opportunities to pause and capture the stunning landscapes and the people who call this place home. Upon arrival, we'll explore the magnificent sand dunes nestled alongside the Khongor river, gracefully flowing through the sands. You'll even have the chance to enjoy a one-hour camel ride amidst this breathtaking desert backdrop. A sumptuous lunch awaits you at our ger camp, and in the afternoon, we'll return to our base at the Gobi Mirage camp. As the day ends, settle in for a cozy dinner and a peaceful overnight stay.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 5:

Khavtsgait Petroglyph and Bayanzag, The Flaming Cliffs

The morning is yours to enjoy at your leisure, with no scheduled activities. After a satisfying lunch at the ger camp, our journey takes us to the Khavtsgait Petroglyph, nestled within the Dund Saikhan Mountain. Here, we embark on a trek to the mountain, where a captivating natural gallery of rock paintings from the Bronze Age awaits. Continuing our northern journey, we head towards the renowned Bayanzag, also known as the Flaming Cliffs. Upon arrival, we'll visit the information center, which features informative exhibits and a brief documentary to enhance your understanding of the area. Then, immerse yourself in the wilderness and explore the unique natural formations as you hike along a designated trail. As the day draws to a close, we'll return to our camp in the evening, where a delicious dinner awaits, followed by a comfortable overnight stay.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 6:

Ongi Monastery

After enjoying breakfast, we embark on a northbound journey towards the Ongi Monastery ruins, situated by the scenic Ongi River. This picturesque drive spans approximately 4-5 hours, traversing the expansive and breathtaking Ongi steppe. Upon arrival at our ger camp, we gather for a satisfying lunch. In the afternoon, we explore the remnants of the historic Ongi Monastery, which dates to the 18th century. This excursion includes some brief hiking adventures amidst the ancient ruins. Later, we return to the ger camp to unwind and relax. For those interested, there's the option to indulge in a rejuvenating sauna or a soothing massage. As the day comes to a close, we come together for a delightful dinner at the ger camp, followed by a restful overnight stay in this tranquil setting.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 7:

Karakorum

Today, our journey takes us further north into central Mongolia. We'll embark on a scenic 4-5 hour drive, crossing the vast Gobi steppes before reaching the central Mongolian steppe. Along the way, we'll pause for lunch along the main highway leading to the western province. Afterward, we'll continue for another 1-2 hours, possibly making a stop to visit a nomadic family, before reaching Karakorum. In Karakorum, we'll explore the Museum of Karakorum, offering insights into Central Mongolia's history and introducing us to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Orkhon River Valley. Upon arrival at our ger camp, we'll check in and prepare for a satisfying dinner. The evening will conclude with a comfortable overnight stay, immersed in the rich cultural and historical heritage of this region.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 8:

Taikhar Rock via Tsetserleg

Following breakfast, our day begins with a visit to the renowned Erdene Zuu Monastery, a historic landmark founded in 1586 and Central Mongolia's very first Buddhist monastery. From there, we proceed on our journey to Tsetserleg town, the heart of Arkhangai province, boasting over 300 years of history dating back to the establishment of Zayiin Gegeen Monastery in 1680s. Upon reaching Tsetserleg, we'll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, our exploration continues with a visit to Zayiin Gegeen Monastery, including its Guden Temple, home to the mummified body of First Zaya Bandita, a founding figure of the monastery. Afterward, we'll explore the town's bustling Bazaar, a gathering place for both residents and nomads stocking up on supplies. Our journey then takes us to the Tamir River valley, where we'll find our next tourist ger camp, situated near the historic Taikhar Rock. Here, you'll even have the opportunity to try yak riding. The day concludes with a hearty dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the camp.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 9:

Jargalantyn Am Natural Deer stone museum

Today, we kick off our northbound expedition with an early start. Our route will take us across a distance of just over 200 kilometers, primarily on well-paved roads. One of the highlights of our journey will be a visit to the Jargalantyn Am Natural Deer Stone complex, also known as the Natural Museum. This incredible site dates back to the early Bronze Age period, offering a captivating glimpse into ancient history. It's worth noting that the Jargalantyn Am deer stone complex has been listed on UNESCO's cultural heritage list. On our route to the park, we'll take a brief break near the Chuluut River Canyon to capture some stunning photographs. Our day's travels will eventually lead us to our camp, situated beside the serene Terkiin Tsagaan Lake. Here, we'll enjoy a delectable dinner and settle in for a peaceful overnight stay, surrounded by the natural beauty and historical wonders of this region.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 10:

Day in Khorgo Terkh National Park

In the morning, our day begins with an invigorating hike around the volcanic landscape that encircles Lake Terkhiin Tsagaan, often referred to as the 'Great White Lake'. This tranquil lake rests serenely within the embrace of towering hills, boasting remarkably clear water and expansive stretches of sandy beaches. Our route follows a winding road along the lake's shoreline, passing by eerie Shamanic formations of black lava, before veering slightly inland toward the Khorgo Volcano. Standing at an impressive altitude of around 10,000 feet, this volcano is now dormant but remains deeply revered by the nomadic communities of the region. A brief walk will lead us to the rim of the volcano's crater, where crimson-stained rock descends into a profound chasm, surrounded by sacred Ovoo mounds. As you gaze back towards Lake Terkh Tsagaan, you'll be treated to a splendid view of the lake framed by a small hill pass. The afternoon offers free time for relaxation or the opportunity to engage in optional activities such as boating or fishing. As evening falls, we gather for a delicious dinner at the ger camp located along the lake's tranquil shore, where we'll spend a restful night.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 11:

Tumurbulag, Khuvsgul

Today, we embark on a northern journey, charting a course that leads us through the breathtaking Khuvsgul Mountains, passing through the majestic Orookh Pass along the way. The Khuvsgul Mountains exhibit a diverse range of landscapes, from rugged outcrops of earth-toned rock to steep, verdant slopes that tower above the winding river valleys and isolated ger encampments. This picturesque drive spans approximately 6-7 hours, and we'll pause for a delightful picnic lunch en route. Our next destination is the Ulziit Khishig camp, nestled within the Tumurbulag soum territory. As we reach our ger camp, we'll have the opportunity to savor a Mongolian culinary delight known as Khorkhog – an authentic barbecue preparation featuring mutton cooked with heated stones. It's a delicious taste of Mongolian tradition that we'll enjoy before coming together for a satisfying dinner and a peaceful overnight stay at the ger camp.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

 

Day 12:

Lake Khuvsgul

After enjoying breakfast, we set out on our journey towards the enchanting Lake Huvsgul. Before reaching the lake, we make a noteworthy stop to explore the Uushig Deer Stones, a UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage Site. Following this intriguing visit, we proceed to Lake Huvsgul, where we'll have our lunch at a cozy ger restaurant. In the afternoon, our path takes us on a picturesque drive from Murun to Lake Huvsgul, covering a distance of just over 150 kilometers. Along the way, we'll traverse a landscape characterized by lush green hills punctuated by rugged rock formations. We'll encounter river valleys with intricate networks of braided channels meandering through the fertile valley floors, while the skies above are graced by the presence of majestic birds of prey. As we approach the settlement of Khatgal and enter the forested terrain surrounding the lake, the road may become a bit uneven.

 

However, our journey will reward us with the breathtaking sight of Lake Huvsgul, with our ger camp conveniently located nearby. The remainder of the day offers leisure time by the serene shores of Lake Huvsgul, allowing you to unwind and take in the natural beauty that surrounds you.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 13:

Leisure Day in Lake Huvsgul

Start your morning with a delightful two-hour horseback ride along the picturesque lakeshore. The remainder of the day is dedicated to leisure and exploration in the captivating surroundings of Lake Huvsgul. There are numerous ways to make the most of your day, including optional boat excursions, leisurely strolls, a visit to a Darkhad family, and an opportunity to meet the Tsaatan nomads, also known as the 'Reindeer People.' In the afternoon, relish a two-hour kayaking adventure on the tranquil waters of the lake, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty and serenity of this remarkable natural landscape.

 

Accommodation: Ger camp

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Day 14:

Murun- Ulaanbaatar

We leave behind the scenic Lake Huvsgul and make our way to Murun town, where we'll board a flight bound for Ulaanbaatar. The flight duration is approximately 1.5 hours. Upon landing at the airport in Ulaanbaatar, you will be smoothly transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to enjoy as you please. You can opt for leisurely relaxation at the hotel or embark on independent exploration of the city, perhaps indulging in some shopping or exploring its various attractions at your own pace.

 

Accommodation: Hotel booked by clients

Meals:

Breakfast

Lunch

 

Day 15:

City tour of Ulaanbaatar

Free morning for leisure or independent exploration. Gather in the hotel lobby at 12:00 PM to meet your English-speaking local guide and kick off your half day city tour. A delectable lunch awaits you at a local restaurant, providing a taste of Mongolian cuisine. From there, you'll proceed to the Genghis Khan monument, an iconic symbol situated on a prominent square. Afterward, you'll have the opportunity to explore Bogd Khaan's Winter Palace Museum, offering insights into the history of Mongolia's monarchy. Following this, a visit to the Evseg cashmere factory will offer a firsthand look at the cashmere manufacturing process, from raw wool to the finished product.

 

If time permits, you can engage in some optional shopping for cashmere and souvenirs. As the day draws to a close, immerse yourself in Mongolia's rich cultural heritage with a traditional folklore concert at the Tumen Ekh ensemble. The day concludes with a heartfelt farewell dinner, a fitting way to celebrate the end of your journey.

 

Accommodation: Hotel booked by clients

Meals:

Lunch

Dinner 

Day 16:

Departure from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Following breakfast, we will arrange your transfer to the airport or train station. This marks the conclusion of our services. Safe travels, and we hope you had a wonderful experience!

 

Date & Price

Tour Dates:

25th June - 10th July, 2024  
23rd July - 7th August, 2024  
   

 

If you wish to take this tour as a private tour, just click the "Customize this tour" button at the bottom of the page and tailor-make the itinerary in anyway you wish. Upon receiving your request, one of our travel advisors will get back to you shortly with a proposal and quote.


 

Tour Price:

Pax 4-12 US$ 2950 per person
Single supplement charge US$ 420
Naadam Festival add - on US$ 330 per person

 

 

 

 

 


Included Services

  • The continuous services of your English-speaking local guide throughout the entire tour
  • All sightseeing activities and entrance fees as specified in the itinerary
  • Private transfers using 4WD Japanese minivans, with experienced drivers. Typically, there will be four passengers sharing one van
  • A flight ticket from Murun to Ulaanbaatar, including taxes (with a baggage allowance of 10 kg for checked luggage and 5 kg for carry-on)
  • Convenient airport transfers
  • Twin share accommodation in traditional Mongolian gers at well-regarded tourist ger camps for a total of 12 nights
  • All meals as indicated (B for breakfast, L for lunch, D for dinner)
  • Fees for a 1-hour camel ride in the Gobi
  • Fees for 2-hour horseback riding experience in the Lake Huvsgul area
  • Fees for 2-hour kayaking adventure in Khuvsgul
  • Three 0.5-liter bottled waters per day
  • Visa support invitation letter where applicable /company invitation letter only; if needs consulate invitation letter, then additional cost shall be covered by the traveller/

Not Included in the Service
  • International Airfare/train tickets + Tax
  • Travel insurance & Visa fees
  • Accommodation in Ulaanbaatar
  • Personal expenses, including but not limited to laundry, beverages, and camera or video fees at various sites
  • Tips for your guide and driver (at your discretion).
  • Optional activities not covered in the package (yak riding, archery etc.)

DISCOUNT CONDITIONS:  
  • Children under 3 years old are allowed to stay in their parents room for free (not including an extra bed).
  • Children aged 4 to 11 years old receive a 40% discount on accommodation per night, inclusive of bed and breakfast.
  • Children 12 and above will be charged as adults.
 

Tour Background

Accommodation info on your Mongolia tours 

Ulaanbaatar: Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, offers a variety of hotels ranging from basic guesthouses to high-end 5* hotel.

Some of our Mongolia tours do not include the hotel stays in Ulaanbaatar in the tour package, where clients can choose a hotel that suits their needs and budget. Please make sure to check your tour program`s Inclusions and Exclusions section to confirm if your hotel stay is included in the package.

If you wish us to book your hotel for you, your travel consultant will be happy to recommend and book an ideal hotel for you. 

 

Here are hotels that are recommended by us:  

  • Springs hotel (3*)
  • Holiday Inn (4*)
  • Best Western Premier (5*)
  • Shangri-La Hotel (5*)

 

Outside Ulaanbaatar: Outside of Ulaanbaatar where there are no hotels, tourist Ger (yurt) camps are the best accommodation for travelers. A Ger is Mongolian traditional dwelling made of felt layers and wooden construction, and the Mongolians have lived in Gers for thousands of years. Tourist Ger camps offer comfortable Gers with 1-3 beds with good bedding (1 Ger equals 1 hotel room), and also offer well-maintained public western style showers and WCs on their grounds. Some Ger camps offer en-suite bathroom facilities at additional charge, please ask your Selena Travel advisor for further details when booking your Mongolia tour. 

 

Food on Selena Travel tours 

In the capital city of Ulaanbaatar, a great variety of restaurants can be found and you will be eating at some of the best restaurants of Ulaanbaatar on your Mongolia tour while in the capital. Once you are outside the capital, Ger restaurants in Ger camps, local cafes in the small towns and sometimes nomadic families will be the places where you will be eating most of your meal. Ger restaurants often offer set continental breakfasts, set menu lunches and dinners consisting of salad or soup, main course and dessert.

 

 While on the tour, during your longer driving days you will take packed lunch from Ger camps, often vegetable salad, main course such as fried chicken/noodles/dumplings and a small dessert, while hitting the road. Most of the food restrictions and allergies such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and many others, can be accommodated with easy on your Mongolia adventure.

 

 Luggage allowance on Selena Travel tours 

If you are on an overland only tour across Mongolia, the recommended weight of your luggage is 20kg per person (max). However, kindly note that domestic flight luggage allowance per person is 15 kg (10 kg for the check in luggage and 5 kg for the carry on luggage). It is possible to purchase extra luggage space which costs US$2 - 5 per 1kg.

 

DESTINATION & ATTRACTIONS BRIEF INFO

Lake Khuvsgul - The Blue Pearl of Asia: Lake Huvsgul, the second largest freshwater lake in Asia after the Lake Baikal in Russia, is a popular destination for its pristine water, awesome Alpine-like landscapes, wonderful wildlife and many different ethnic groups living in the area. Lake Huvsgul region is so vast and offers variety of activities and diverse landscape, therefore your entire Mongolia tour could be devoted to this specific part in northern Mongolia.  

 

Khorgo -Terkh National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Mongolia with its crystal clear Terkh Lake and the Khorgo Volcano. With its jaw-dropping natural beauty, the area is a great fit for hiking, horse riding and cultural immersion tours.

 

The city of Karakorum: In 1220, the Great Genghis Khan declared Karakorum as the capital city of his vast Mongol Empire. Today there are many interesting sites left to visit in this historically important area, including the legendary turtle rock sculptures, Buddhist stupas and the ruins of this once great city to name a few. Moreover, Erdenezuu - the 1st Buddhist monastery in Mongolia, was established in 1586 in Karakorum. Today Erdenezuu monastery still shows its glory with collections of many priceless religious objects and incredibly beautiful Mongolian arts. It has a massive square wall, 420 meters in length each side, 108 Stupas & 17 temples.

 

The Gobi Desert is the one the most mysterious and unique places in Mongolia. Known as the cradle of dinosaurs, the region is famous for its dinosaur fossils and its unique natural formations as well as numerous endemic flora and fauna. There are many mesmerizing places of interest in the Gobi desert with main three being the Flaming cliffs, the Singing dunes and Lammergeier Gorge.  

 

Bayanzag (Flaming Cliffs) is internationally famous for its fossilized dinosaur remains and its bright red colored clay formation. This is where world`s first-known complete fossilized dinosaur egg was discover by Roy Chapman Andrews back in 1920s. Visit the Flaming cliffs in early sunrise and one will be reward with a breathtaking view to last for a lifetime. 

 

The Khongoriin Els sand dunes extend along the northern side of Sevrei and Zuulun mountain ranges in Southern Mongolia. These dunes are 180 km long, 15-20 km wide and up to 200m high, and when the wind blows, the dunes makes a spectacular sound similar to humming, hence these dunes are also known as the Singing dunes of the Gobi Desert. The scenery here is simply spectacular with a green oasis at the foot of the dunes and a small stream running through the area, providing much needed water for the fauna and flora of the area.

 

Yoliin Am (Lammergeier Gorge) is a narrow valley located in the Zuun Saikhan Mountain range, with thick pieces of ice almost all year around hidden in its depths. This area is home to rare animals such as the Argali (wild sheep) and Ibex as well as Lammergeier, Vultures and other large raptors.

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Tour Reviews

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Aug 08, 2012.  Gobi & Karakorum customized 11 days tour

Sending you some of our nicer pictures. Some are chosen for their beautiful scenery while the rest are just us happily playing and goofing around. There are a couple of shots of us doing some Mongolian wrestling, as suggested by Oyuna since we missed out on the mini-Naadam festival. She said since we missed it, we might as well organise our own festival by playing some Mongolian games. Haha... We had so much fun playing those games!!! :)OK, I hope you like the pictures we send you. Best regards to everyone at Selena Travel and thank you once again for all your assistance.

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