Google Translate Widget by Infofru

Author Site Reviewresults


Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, transfer to Hotel for check-in, Ulaanbaatar is a large city of pulsating commerce, noisy traffic and buzzing urban life and in between islands of serenity – quiet monastery courtyards and public squares with calming fountains. During the afternoon sightseeing tour we see Genghis Khan Square at the heart of the city and the surrounding buildings: Parliament House, State Opera &Ballet Theater, Cultural Palace and the House of City Council. Moreover, we visit the National Museum of Mongolian History, which features Mongolian history from pre-historic time to present days and the Gandan Monastery, the largest functioning Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. Later evening dinner and overnight stay in UlaanBaatar.



After breakfast proceed to the beautiful landscapes of steppe, river valleys and rolling hills we drive westwards to Kharkhorin (375 km), the ancient capital of the Great Mongolian Empire. The city founded in the valley of the Orkhon River in 1220 was the capital of the Great Mongolian Empire until Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan, moved the capital to Beijing during the Yuan Dynasty. Nearby Erdenezuu Monastery is the oldest surviving Buddhist monastery inMongolia and was founded on the ruins of ancient Kharkhorin in 1586. We visit the monastery’s magnificent exhibits, which include an extraordinary collection of Buddhist paintings, special costumes for religious dances andsuperb Buddhist iconography in true Mongolian and Tibetan style. Check-in at atKharkhoriinAnar Ger Camp(standard).later evening  dinner and overnight stay in Kharkhorin.



After breakfast proceed to leave Kharkhorin and continue south to the Ongi Monastery (250 km), located in Saihan-Ovoo in the MiddleGobi land. En route, we enjoy a traditional Mongolian BBQ lunch with a nomadic family. We visit the ruins of the Ongi Monastery, which was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temple complexes on the North and South of the River. At its heyday, Ongi Monastery housed around 30 temples, four large Buddhist universities and over1000 monks at a time. Check-in at the OngiinNuuts Ger Camp (standard). Later evening dinner and overnight stay in Middle Gobi



After breakfast proceed to continue into the Gobi Desert to explore the Bayanzag Cliffs (250 km). The Gobi Desert is a large desert or brushland region in East Asia. It covers parts of Northern and Northeastern China and of Southern Mongolia. The desert basins of the Gobi are bounded by the Altai Mountains and the grasslands and steppes of Mongolia on the north, by the Taklamakan Desert to the west, by the Hexi Corridor and Tibetan Plateau to the southwest and by the North China Plain to the southeast. The Gobi is notable in history as the location of several important cities along the Silk RoadIn the early afternoon we arriveatthe ancient red rock creation, Bayanzag, formed 60-70 million years ago. The striking red Bayanzag Cliffs containsvast amounts of dinosaur fossils, eggs and bones and are neighboured by Saxaul tree forests. We will trek aroundthe surrounding areas. Check-in at the GoviinNaran Ger Camp (superior) and later evening dinner and overnight stay in Gobi.



After breakfast proceed  to explore the majestic Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park (100 km), the largest national park in Mongolia stretching 380 km from east to west and 80 km from north to south. We visit the incredible Yol Valley, an unusual narrow canyon of a river flowing through the ZuunSaikhan Mountains to admire the scenery of a frozen river in the middle of the hot Gobi desert. We visit the local Fauna and Flora Museum and enjoy a picnic lunch. Return to the GoviinNaran Ger Camp.The valley is located within Gobi gurvan saikhan park Later evening  Dinner  and overnight stay in the Gobi.



After breakfast proceed to our scenic drive to the north through the BagaGarziinChuluu Basalt and Granite Mountains (200km). We reach Ulaanbaatar at noon and check-in at Hotel Bayangol. The afternoon offers an optional guided shopping tour to cashmere and antique shops and to the Central Department Store. we enjoy later evening dinner traditional Mongolian cuisine. And overnight stay in Ulaan baatar .



After breakfast proceed to Ulaanbaatar International airport with a wonderful memories 


About us

logo grey

Bharath Veda Tours is one of the experienced and professional travel agencies in Italy. Our mission is an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction that leads to a mutually beneficial lifelong relationship. We seek to provide demonstrable value for customer satisfaction.

Bharath Veda Tours Srl
Via Emanuele Filiberto 211,
00185 Rome, Italy


Our Services

  • Package Tours
  • Ticketing
  • Hotel Booking
  • Car Rentals
  • Houseboats
  • Health Tourism
  • Forex
  • Spiritual Tourism
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa Assistance
  • Cruise Packages
  • Trucking Packages
  • Incentive & Events
  • Budget Packages
©2024 Bharath Veda Tours Srl. All Rights Reserved. Designed By Design & Digital Galaxy LLP