Mongolia Impact Tours

Our Mongolia Impact Tours are the result of our Climate Action Plan. Choose from our Wild Tracks series of road trips, our Nature Journeys or our Slow Paced Homestays. Each of our Mongolia Impact Tours can be adapted to suit you and your travel plans.

All of our Mongolia Impact Tours combine adventure with culture and community-based tourism as you are hosted by families that we work in long-term local community partnership with. In addition, you’ll learn from inspiring local champions and projects who have a measurable positive impact while responding to challenges unique to Mongolia. The projects that our Mongolia Impact Journeys focus on are effective contributors to positive change in Mongolia – whether associated with environmental protection, the preservation of natural and cultural heritage, or in response to social challenges.

Wild Tracks

Each of the Wild Tracks road trips we offer promotes staying longer and exploring deeper, thereby making the most of your international flight. In addition, each Wild Tracks experience includes Mongolian-based projects that create a measurable positive impact while responding to challenges unique to Mongolia.

Gobi, Steppe and Khangai
23 Days
Can be adapted

Gobi Desert | Culture of the Khangai Mountains |  Homestays with herding families we work in long-term local community partnership with  | Free city walking tour Ulaanbaatar | Khovsgol Nuur National Park | EcoSoum NGO |

Central Heartland & West
23 Days
Can be adapted

Kharkhorin & Orkhon River Valley | Cooperative Homestay | Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park | Zavkhan Aimag | Kazakh eagle hunter homestay | Altai Tavan Bogd National Park | Free city walking tour Ulaanbaatar | Calligraphy lesson at a non-profit tradtional Mongolian arts centre

Eastern Steppe & Gobi Desert
23 Days
Can be adapted

the wildlife of Gun Galuut Nature Reserve | Sunrise from sacred Shiliin Bogd Mountain | the history of Chinggis Khan in Khentii Aimag | Gobi Oasis Tree Planting Project | granite rock formations of Ikh Nart and Ikh Gazriin Chuluu  | Free city walking tour Ulaanbaatar

Gobi and West
23 Days
Can be adapted

The sandstone formations of Khermen Tsav in Mongolia's southern Gobi Desert

North and West
23 Days
Can be adapted

Sacred ovoo at Khovsgol Nuur National Park

Nature Journeys

Our Nature Journeys focus on the work of some of Mongolia’s smaller, more grassroots NGOs working to help conserve and protect Mongolia’s wildlife as well as promoting environmental and ecological education.

Gobi Conservation & Research Expedition
June 11th 2023 – 12 Days
In partnership with Association Goviin Khulan NGO

Khustain Nuruu National Park | Gobi Desert | Grassroots Wildlife Conservation | 6-Days Research With Association Goviin Khulan

Gun Galuut In Depth
3 Days
Can be adapted
In partnership with Gun Galuut Nature Conservation Centre

Gun Galuut In Depth

Gun Galuut Nature Reserve | Gobi Desert | Grassroots wildlife conservation | Gun Galuut Nature Conservation Centre | Homestay with herding family supported by conservation centre | Wildlife observation | Chinggis Khan Equestrian Statue

Khustain & Conservation
2 Days
Can be adapted
In partnership with Association Goviin Khulan NGO

Khustain Nuruu National Park | Wildlife observation | Takhi horses | Homestay with Bayansonginot Herders Cooperative

Slow Paced Homestays

On our Slow Paced Homestays, you’ll travel either by public bus or a short transfer by one of our drivers and then enjoy a homestay with families we work in long-term local community partnership. You’ll be accompanied by one of our female Mongolian guides to help with logistics and translation.

Orkhon & Kharkhorin | Ovorkhangai Aimag | 5 Days | Adaptable

In partnership with Tumee & Jargaa herding family

Erdenedalai | Middle Gobi | Dundgobi Aimag | 4 Days | Adaptable

In partnership with Nergui herding family

Gorkhi Terelj National Park | Tuv Aimag | 3 Days | Adaptable

In partnership with Naraa and Bujee herding family

Tolbo Nuur | Bayan Ulgii Aimag | 5 Days | Adaptable

In partnership with the Bashakhan Kazakh herding family


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