Adventure Kids Tour in Orkhon valley

10 days from $1448

Discover Mongolia and its unique cultures with this kid's friendly Family tour. It’s a quality time and another feeling of the magic of foreign cultures and once in a lifetime experiences that you will never forget. We encourage you to explore a new destination with your family in mind, focusing on the interests of you and your children. We are always happy to invite families to Mongolia and we can provide a wonderful adventure and unforgettable holiday. Don’t miss this great chance to explore the natural beauty and nomadic lifestyle of Mongolia. Why not your children try to ride horse and camel and easy trekking in the beautiful scenery that contains forested steppe, huge rolling mountains, and wide picturesque landscape? You will experience traditional Mongolian hospitality and spend time with a nomadic family.



  •  Easy treking 
  •  Horse and camel riding
  •  Discovery of different landscapes of Mongolia.

Key Info

Physical level: Moderate Physical level: Moderate
Hiking & Trekking Hiking & Trekking

Tour Itinerary


Day 1.

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to the hotel and relax. City tour including the Gandan Monastery, the National Museum of Mongolia, which represents Mongolian Culture starting from the Stone Age to the 21st century, and Buddhism, Sukhbaatar Square (also known as Chingis Khaan Square). In Gandan Monastery, you can take local prayers, monks, the biggest standing indoor Buddha statue, and temples' own figure. (L/D)

in the hotel

Day 2.

Lake Ugii

Head to Ugii Lake. The road is smoothly paved, and for the last 90 km, we drive on a dirt road, which leads to the lake. Ugii Lake is a wonderful place to have to relax after long driving. The lake has an abundant birdlife of more than 150 bird species. Bird watching, fishing is parts of the available entertainment. We will visit a local family, exploring their nomadic lifestyle and livestock farming. Overnight in ger camp. (B/L/D)

in the camp

Day 3.

Visit Nomadic Family

Walk by side of the lake and ride horses (Mongolian horses are small and docile; children begin to ride when they are very young). On the way, we will visit a nomadic family and meet their real nomad life and we have a chance to taste home-made milk products. (B/L/D)

in the camp 2 hours

Day 4.

Erdene Zuu Monastery in Kharkhorin

Drive to Kharkhorin, the ancient capital of Mongolia at the time of the Mongol Empire. There’s almost nothing left from this great capital of the world, but in 1586, under the rule of King Avtai Sain, the Erdene-Zuu Monastery was built at the site of the ruins of ancient Kharkhorin. The Erdene-Zuu – means Hundred of Treasures was again destroyed during the Stalinist purges of the 1930s, but there are still various Buddhist statues, works of art, religious instruments, and even Tsam religious dance masks at the monastery. There are an amazing 108 stupas surrounding the monastery. (B/L/D)

in the camp

Day 5.

Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall

We continue our trip by car to the Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall (also known as Orkhon Waterfall) which is one of the biggest waterfalls in Mongolia. (B/L/D)

in the camp 2 hours

Day 6.

Tuvkhun Monastery

Drive to the Tuvkhun monastery, which is settled on the Shiveet mountain top. This is the place where Zanabazar, the head and founder of Mongolian Buddhism, was creating his famous artworks such as the national script “soyombo” in the XVI century. Now, the temple has been accepted as “the world's precious heritage” by UNESCO. We can see the symbolic rock formations named “Mother womb”, stone script, and caves in the surroundings. (B/L/D)

in the camp 4 hours

Day 7.

Elsen Tasarkhai Sand Dunes

Drive to Elsen Tasarkhai Sand Dunes in the Khugnu Khan National Park, just like a gateway of the Gobi Desert. It is a magnificent place to create portraits of wildlife landscape Photography. Due to Sand dunes picturesque combination of Gobi Desert, green land, and rocky mountain filled with wildlife. On the camelback, we go for a ride in a landscape of sandy dunes. (B/L/D)

in the tent 1 hours

Day 8.

Hustai National Park

Drive to Khustai National Park - 90 000 hectares reserved area to the west of Ulaanbaatar is a wild horse sanctuary that offers an unexpected encounter with wild horses of Przewalski or Takhi, the world's only naturally surviving wild horses, recently re-introduced to the region. (B/L/D) 

hustai national park mongolia

in the camp

Day 9.

Back to Ulaanbaatar

Head back to Ulaanbaatar and lunch at a roadside restaurant on the way. When we arrive in the city, have a farewell dinner together. (B/L/D)

in the hotel

Day 10.

Departure Day

Transfer to Chingis Khaan International Airport or Train station and depart Mongolia. (B)

Prices & Inclusions

Prices & Inclusions
Group size Price/Per person
2 PAX 1898$
3-4 pax 1698$
5-8 PAX 1548$
9-12 PAX 1448$


Accommodation: Hotel****,* ger camp, nomadic stay
Guiding and interpreting service
Full board meals
Transport: 4x4 vehicle or minivan
Entrance fees to protected areas and national parks
Museums and cultural performance
Horseback riding
Camel riding

Not Includes

International airfare 
Personal equipment
Optional activity cost 
Excess baggage charges
Single room supplement 
Alcoholic drinks 
Travel Insurance
The extra cost for photography in museums
Tip for a tour guide, driver, etc


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