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WHAT WE DO
WHERE WE GO
I’m Jess, the founder of Eternal Landscapes. Together with Turuu and our entirely
Mongolian team, we provide local trips of discovery and exploration through Mongolia.
What makes us different?
Our size. We’re small. We offer freedom and flexibility and bring a touch of individuality toour trips. Our belief in sustainable travel makes us different too -
It won’t all go according to plan. It can’t. It’s Mongolia. A country the size of western
Europe with a basic infrastructure. It’s challenging for the locals and will challenge you as well. But. Bring your spirit of adventure. Ditch your watch. Be prepared to face irritations and frustrations. Embrace the weather.
Come and experience the vast ‘eternal’ landscapes, the way the locals make their life in this harsh terrain, and the impact all of this has on your daily life. It will restore your sense of the earth’s immensity and your place in it. Mongolia is a fabulous country to explore.
'We got to experience Mongolian life and not just see Mongolia from the "comfort" of our car. Camping in the wild, horse trekking, staying with families and sharing in the Mongolian barbecue made us feel as though we weren't so much tourists but rather more like we were friends of friends.
Maria Seele, 2015
'This was by far the best we have experienced. Jess, Turuu, and the whole team are committed to offering a real taste of Mongolia, in a responsible and environmentally-
Viv McWaters, 2015
'Authentic. Poignant. Challenging but very genuine.'
Aiko Michot, 2015
'Would recommend without hesitation. The values of the company. The staff. The product. The care. The itineraries. All excellent.'
Jane McNab, 2015
It is very impressive that you maintain your core values and love for Mongolia over $$.
Tammy Ruddick, 2015
'From the very start I was impressed with the honesty. It was very clear what this travel experience would not be and what it would try to be (without guarantees and thus false promises). It felt very personal.'
'The approach to travelling was refreshing and I really appreciated it: showing the 'real' side of Mongolia, without any pretence.'
Sophie Van Het Erve, 2015
'I have been an independent traveller for more than 40 years but would have wanted nothing different on this trip.'
Naomi Luck, 2015
‘Thank you Jess, for Eternal Landscapes! Your vision and mission sets an example for all other tour companies.'
Peter Lai, 2015
'Someone commented to me, 'Jess makes a difference in the lives of many people in Mongolia.' I could see that.'
Hulda and Kenneth Bridgeman, 2015
' The opportunities to meet local people we met were very important in getting to know about Mongolia.
Everything was a revelation. The scenery of Mongolia is stunning and driving through it was so enjoyable.
Visiting the monasteries and seeing the creativity in the landscape'
I really like that EL is a small company and the people in charge are still really connected with what's happening on the ground.’
Responsible, sustainable or ethical travel -
This is about our responsibility to Mongolia. Travel can, and should be, a positive experience for both you, the visitor, and for Mongolia – its natural environment, people, culture and traditions. I believe that travel has to be beneficial to all concerned. That for me is responsible travel.
We operate all aspects of the business ourselves -
2016 Special Offer
Look at our special offers page for more specific details on individual tours.
April 2016 Newsletter
Everything from reindeer herders to community tree planting
No tight schedules. No ‘tick it off the list’ travel. Just freedom to explore and discover.
Image by our guest Egon Filter, Untamed Mongolia small group adventure
Be one of few rather than one of many. My small groups are a maximum of six.
Image by our guest John Holman, Bayandalai Naadam in the southern Gobi.
Image by our guest Frank Jones, 2014
In 21st Century Mongolia a combination of Shamanistic and Buddhist belief remains as an easy and unselfconscious part of Mongolian life.
Image of sacred ovoos. By Jess. Day hike at Khovsgol Nuur National Park
Mongolia is a country of spectacular raw natural beauty and sublime space that inspires adventure and exploration.
Image by our guest Zeynep Ozbek. Khoridol Saridag Mountains. Wilderness Trails trekking itinerary.
No contrived experiences. We are working toward a long-
Batbold and Jargaa at Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur . Image by our guest Susan Macleod.
'While your horse is strong travel to see places' -
Image by our guest Hui Li. Darkhad Depression. Taiga Landscapes tailor made exploration.
'We stood on the threshold of the wide plateau at the entrance of the land of the nomads...we felt as though born into a new life...' -
Gain a fresh perspective. Image by our guest Mick Egan, 2014
‘It is the home of Buddhist hunters and Muslims who toast their guests with vodka. I can't get enough of it, and probably never will.' Eagle Dreams, Stephen J Bodio
Image by our guest John Holman. Bayan Ulgii Eagle Festival.
Leave small footsteps in a big county. We’re serious about responsible travel. Travel has to benefit all.
The spectacular Khar Nuur in Zavkhan Province. Image by our guest John Holman.
Come with us. We look forward to welcoming you. Please get in touch or explore our website for inspiration.