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J1. Jeep/Mini van/Bus overland

Duration: 7n/8d
Transport: Bus/Mini van/Jeep
Large group: 8 people plus
Small group: 3 – 7  people
Individual: 1 – 2  people
Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar.  Accommodation in hotel. City sightseeing. National folk and dance concert.
Day 2: Depart for Karakorum. The city was established in 1220. Karakorum was the capital of Mongolia for 140 years and the capital of the Mongol Empire for 32 years. Box lunch. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 3: Drive to Erdene Zuu monastery. Look around this historical place. Erdene Zuu monastery is the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It was built at the initiative of the most influential Khalkha lord Abtai Khan, in 1586 on the spot  where Karakorum, the famous capital of the Mongolian Empire of the 13th century. The territory of the monastery occupies an area of 400 square meters and is surrounded by a stone wall with 108 stupas. The stone columns, blocks and sculptures excavated from the ruins of the city show that various building materials were used in the construction of this monastery, which began in the 16th century  and continued until the 19th century. Erdene Zuu monastery was severally damaged at the end of the XVII century and the beginning of the XVIII centuries at the time of the struggle of the Mongolians against the Manchu invaders. It was restored several times, in 1760-1796 and in 1808-1814. Visit a nomadic family. Observe a nomadic way of life and the technology of making milk products. Taste airag (mare’s milk). Horse riding. Overnight in Ger hotel.
Day 4: Drive to Turkic Inscribed Monument of the Turkic State (6th to 8th Centuries A.D.). The inscription was written by the grandson of Kulitegin and devoted to the Bilge Khan of Turkish origin and his old brother Kulitegin in 732. It is noteworthy that the Orkhon inscription has both a historical and scientific significance. Continue drive to Lake of Ugii Nuur beautiful lake with fish and birds. Lunch on Lake Side & traditional Mongolian dish meat processed hermetically with hot stones. Drive back to a camp for overnight. Overnight in Ger hotel.
Day 5: Visit Shankh temple. Shankh temple is one of the ancient monasteries of Mongolia, which  used to keep the Chinggis Khan’s military black banner. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 6: Visit Orkhon  Khar Balgas. Orkhon Khar Balgas was the capital of  the Uigur State (9th century) and stands on the east bank of the Orkhon river. Following collapse of the Turkic State arose the Uigur State. Orkhon Khar Balgas was founded as the capital city in 751 AD by Bayanchur Kagan and covered 25 square kilometers, surrounded by a wall of umber brick and with a water canal around the perimeter. The city buildings covered 5 hectares. Archeological studies demonstrate areas of  the city were allotted for trade and handicrafts, in the center of the city were palaces, monastery and temples. The palace had castle walls around it and two main gates in the north and south plus watch towers. There are also archeological finds of quarters used by translators of books. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 7: Drive back to Ulaanbaatar. Free time, shopping. Overnight in hotel.
Day 8: Departure.

J2. Jeep/Mini van/Bus overland

Duration: 14n/15d
Transport: Bus/Mini van/Jeep
Large group: 8 people plus
Small group: 3 – 7  people
Individual: 1 – 2  people
Day 1: Arrive in Ulaanbaatar.  Accommodation in hotel. City sightseeing. National folk and dance concert.
Day 2: Depart for Karakorum. The city was established in 1220. Karakorum was the capital of Mongolia for 140 years and the capital of the Mongol Empire for 32 years. Box lunch. Overnight tourist camp.
Day 3: Visit Erdene Zuu Monastery. Look around this historical place. Erdene Zuu monastery is the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. It was built at the initiative of the most influential Khalkha lord Abtai Khan in 1586 on the spot where Karakorum, the famous capital of the Mongolian Empire of the 13th century. The territory of the monastery occupies an area of 400 square meters and is surrounded by a stone wall with 108 stupas. Visit a nomad family. Observe a nomadic way of life and the technology of making milk products. Taste airag (mare’s milk). Horse riding. Visit Shankh Temple which is one of the ancient monasteries of Mongolia, which  used to keep the Chinggis Khaan�s military black banner. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 4: Visit Orkhon Khar Balgas. Orkhon Khar Balgas was the capital of the Uigur State (9th century) and stands on the east bank of the Orkhon river. Following collapse of the Turkic State arose the Uigur State. Orkhon Khar Balgas was founded as the capital city in 751 AD by Bayanchur Kagan and covered 25 square kilometers, surrounded by a wall of umber brick and with a water canal around the perimeter. The city buildings covered 5 hectares. Archeological studies demonstrate areas of  the city were allotted for trade and handicrafts, in the center of the city were palaces, monastery and temples. The palace had castle walls around it and two main gates in the north and south plus watch towers. There are also archeological finds of quarters used by translators of books. Overnight in tourist camp. 
Day 5: Drive to Uurtiin Tokhoi waterfall, following Orkhon river upstream. The Uurtiin Tokhoi is a cold spring with carbonic gas, which lies at the sheer sided canyon of the Orkhon river. A small cliff and waterfall are at the mouth of the Khurgan Khurem. The nearby place Temeen Chuluu has interesting sights such as the rectangular tombs of the Bronze Age. The historical place of Uuld Ulan Had, which was visited by  Galdanboshigt, on his way to conquer the Khalkha, can be seen from the northern part of the Orkhon river. Overnight in tents nearby Tuvkhun temple.
Day 6: Visit Tuvkhun temple. On the peak of the Tuvkhun Uul is the monastery of Tuvkhun. Undur Gegeen Zanabazar erected it. Mongolians erected about 10 stone monasteries in the 17th century. Travel to Arkhangai aimag. Overnight in tents nearby river Tamir.
Day 7: See Zaya Gegeen temple museum, situated in the center of  Arkhangai aimag.  Zayan Gegeenii Huree is a large old Buddhist Monastery, remarkably intact, preserved as a museum but with an active community of monks. The first temple was opened in 1586, expanded to 5 temples in 1679. The contents are magnificent, housing many treasures, clothes, seals, games, weapons, ceremonial masks and fine collection of Mongolian musical instruments.  Overnight in tents at the Choidog Borgio waterfall.
Day 8: Trip reaches lake Terkhiin Tsagaan, which is a beautiful lake with crystal clear fresh water. Great Cormorant are common in Summer flying around and nesting on the hill at the lake of Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake. This lake is an astonishingly beautiful lake with crystal clear fresh water.  The lake supports Pike and other fish. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 9: Full day at the lake. Visit Khorgo volcano, which enjoys State protection as a National Park. The volcanic crater of the Togoo Uul is 200 meters wide and 100 m deep. Red deer, Siberian Deer, Wild Boar, Ruddy Shelduck and duck are found here. Overnight in Ger camp.
Day 10: Drive back. Overnight in tents at the edge of river Tamir. Fishing, swimming in the crystal clear and fresh river. Overnight in tents.
Day 11: Arrive in the Ugii Nuur beautiful lake with fish and birds. Lunch on Lakeside traditional Mongolian dish � meat processed hermetically with hot stones. Drive back to a camp for overnight. 
Day 12: Visit the Turkic Inscribed Monument of Kultugen Khan. Khushuu Tsaidam is a Turkic inscribed monument of the Turkic State (6th to 8th century AD). The inscription was written by the grandson of Kulitegin and devoted to the Bilge Khan of Turkish origin and his old brother Kulitigen in 732. It is noteworthy that the “Orkhon inscription” has both a historical and scientific significance. The monument is 3.3 meters high and 1.3 meters wide and the inscription consists of 68 lines. The sides of the monument are in Runic script and the rear side is in Chinese characters. There are more than 40 inscribed monuments of Turkic origin in Mongolia, more than 10 of these in the Orkhon valley. Overnight in tourist camp.
Day 13: Drive back to Ulaanbaatar. On the way you will see the unique natural appearance- Sand dunes among mountains. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, accommodation in hotel. Overnight in hotel.
Day 14: Visit Gandan Monastery and Natural History Museum, shopping, relaxing. Overnight in hotel.
Day 15: Departure.

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