Charter Flight


The Gobi Desert, highest elevated and coldest and driest most inhabitat and fifth largest its size in the world. Most of all in world at its desert landscape. You will amaze its most characteristics. Gobi has everything it has to offer: Sand dunes, fortified clay cliffs, rocky mountain ranges, foot hills and crops, desert vegetation, wild species, nomad homes residents and with its herding animals, oasis, underground water recourse, flat steppe, mirage, precious stone. Come to witness yourself!




Day 1.

Explore the cultural city of Ulaanbaatar, visiting iconic landmarks and the rich history, traditions of the country.

Accommodation: Shangri La Ulaanbaatar 

Meals: Dinner   

Day 2.

Nalaikh district on a captivating journey to the colossal Chinggis Khan Statue. (13th Century theme park) Erdene soum Travel back in time at the 13th Century Theme Park to experience Genghis Khan's Mongolia, plus the Shaman camp. Lunch is Mongolian barbeque and back to resort

Accommodation: Bayangol Resort Hotel  

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner      

Day 3.

Fly to the Gobi Desert to explore this vast and diverse hinterland sprawling from the Siberian wilderness to the Tibetan Plateau. Traverse the dunes of the Gobi’s Moltsog Els by Bactrian (two-humped) camel, taking in a sweeping desert-scape witnessed by few outsiders. Continue on to a deluxe ger camp frequented by archaeologists, filmmakers, and other intrepid travelers. In the evening, stargaze and glamp from your stylish ger.

Accommodation: Three Camel Lodge  

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 4.

Devote your day to exploring locations associated with the region's rich connection to paleontology. Begin by visiting an escarpment of white sandstone that once encased the famous “Fighting Dinosaurs,” the fossils of a protoceratops and a velociraptor locked in combat position. Discovered in the 1970s, Tugrugiin Shiree helped further Mongolia’s standing as one of the world’s most important countries for paleontology. In the evening, explore the mysteries of the fossil-rich Flaming Cliffs as you learn about a groundbreaking wealth of paleontological discoveries, including the first dinosaur eggs revealed to modern science.

Accommodation: Three Camel Lodge  

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5.

Fly back to Ulaanbaatar for a closer look at the capital’s iconic landmarks. Begin at Gandan Khiid Monastery, a beloved cornerstone of the resurgent Buddhist community. Having survived the Stalinist purges of the 1930s, today the structure houses a 75-foot copper and gold statue of the Buddha. Next, tour the Chinggis Khaan Museum, the largest museum in Mongolia, with over 10,000 artifacts on display and stroll Sukhbaatar Square, home to the Great Khan’s Memorial. Finally, take in a traditional Mongolian cultural performance featuring dancers and khoomi throat singers.

Accommodation: Shangri La Ulaanbaatar 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 6.

After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport for your departure. 

Meals: Breakfast 


Service included

  • Shangri La hotel ***** in Ulaanbaatar
  • Bayangol Hotel Resort and Three Camel Lodge in countryside (private ensuite bathroom)
  • English-speaking language tour guide service
  • All meals mentioned in the itinerary
  • All transportation (Toyota jeep 4x4)
  • All entrance fees and taxes and tickets
  • Horse & camel ride
  • Travel drinking 1L bottled water per day

Service not included

  • Helicopter rental (Ulaanbaatar – Dalanzadgad –Ulaanbaatar)
  • International transportation
  • Personal travel equipment
  • Extra activity, alcoholic beverages
  • Single supplement occupancies
  • International travel insurance
  • Camera taxes in the museum and monastery and entertainment



  • Three Camel Lodge
  • Terelj Luxury Hotel
  • Shangri la Hotel

Tour price

  • 2PAX USD 5300 per person
  • 4PAX USD 4800 per person
  • Business class ticket (2 way) USD 2500 per person

Tour schedule:

  • 14 - 19 OCTOBER, 2024