Mongolia One Day Tours

One day? What can you hope to experience on just a one day tour in Mongolia – a country the size of western Europe? Ditch the guidebook and the recommended highlights and come along and join us on one of our Mongolia one-day tours. All our Mongolia one-day trips are private, flexible and fluid and designed to get you just that little bit closer to daily life and give you a more local perspective.

If your final decision is based on budget then yes, you will find cheaper tours. But, if you’re looking for a genuine experience that puts you in touch with the real 21st Century Mongolia then do consider us.

* If you’re an EL guest then you’ll receive a reduction on the pricing detailed below.

We are aware of the impact that the coronavirus is having on our daily lives including financially as well as on world travel and holiday plans. For more on the impact of the coronavirus on travel to Mongolia and what measures we are putting in place as a team and community see our dedicated coronavirus webpage (link). The same page also has details of our updated (until end of 2021) flexible booking conditions. We are keeping our 2020 prices through 2021. We are also putting in place our ‘Everyone Travels Safely’ strategy which we will publish when ready. Please do get in touch with any questions. We look forward to the day we can remove this note from our website. Jess & the EL team

Ulaanbaatar City Tours

Ulaanbaatar (UB – Red Hero) is surprising mix of east meets west. From its origins in the 18th Century as a nomadic city it as developed into a tough, modern and cosmopolitan city full of contrasts and extremes. UB maintains a strong Mongolian identity of its own and has a ‘frontier’ feel and vibrancy. It is home to roughly 45% of Mongolia’s population and offers a great mix of one-day experiences.

Archery Workshop and Training

Archery Workshop | Naadam Archery Field

UB Urban Explorer

Gandan Monastery | Gesar Sum | Nogoon Nuur Community Project | Zaisan Hill | Dari Ekh

Cookery Class

At the home of Chimgee | Merkury Market

Khustain Nuruu National Park | Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Roughly 17% of Mongolia’s landmass has some form of environmental protection. A short drive of under 100km outside of Ulaanbaatar will give vast landscapes and an opportunity to discover the wild essence of two of Mongolia’s protected areas. Head west to Khustain Nuruu National Park – one of Mongolia’s conservation successes or east to experience Gorkhi-Terelj National Park and the remarkable Chinggis Khan Equestrian Statue. Both are popular Mongolia one day tour options … but we offer each with a twist.

Khustain National Park Horse Trek

Khustain Nuruu National Park | Bayansonginot Herders Cooperative | Flexible length horse trek

In The Footsteps of Chinggis Khan 

Chinggis Khan Equestrian Statue | Home visit to practising shaman | Gorkhi Terelj National Park

Get Creative - Felting and Quilting Options

So. You’re a herder. By nature of your lifestyle, you can’t own too many possessions as you migrate at least once a year. Instead, the possessions you do own you decorate. Traditional skills such as felt making are still prevalent in 21st Century Mongolia and for those interested, we offer a very enjoyable way to spend time here in UB learning the art behind them.

One-Day Felt Making Workshop

One Day Quilting Workshop

We Would Love To Hear From You!

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If you’re in Ulaanbaatar why not pop in to our office. We love receiving guests.
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Just call Tuya to arrange +976 88011476.
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