Gobi Desert Tours in Mongolia

Gobi Desert Tours in Mongolia is one of the highlights of Mongolian Touristic destination

The Gobi desert tour is the best of Southern Mongolia. It’s been many years since the Gobi desert in Mongolia became one of the top touristic destinations in the world. Its iconic nature formations, dinosaur fossils, wildlife, and animals are always making admires people who visit. Especially in Mongolia, different lifestyle makes this outdoor adventure in the Gobi desert unforgettable. Gobi desert features with its two-humped camels and sand dunes.

The location of the Gobi desert is south of Mongolia to the north of China. Gobi desert is covering 1.29 million square km. The Gobi has one of the world’s most extreme climates, both seasonally and daily. Summer months bring temperatures of up to +50 C whilst in the winter months, temperatures can drop to below -40 C. The elevations of the Gobi’s basin range from roughly 288-1524m above sea level.

Itinerary for Gobi Desert Tour

1st Day

From Ulaanbaatar to Baga Gazariin Chuluu

Start your Gobi Desert Tour from Ulaanbaatar city. After 230km driving to the southwest from Ulaanbaatar city, we will reach Bag Gazariin Chuluu (A stone of little place). This fascinating part of the vast Gobi desert is located in Delgertsogt sum, Dundi-Gobi province. Baga Gazariin Chuluu is surrounded with over 20 different types of medical herbs and you can also find and see ancient Petroglyphs, Jarlant Cave, the ruin of Choir monastery that established by Dava, who is an ancient historical researcher.

1st Day
2nd Day

On your way, you will see Tsagaan Suvarga and will reach Yoliin Am.

Today you will drive towards Yoliin Am canyon, but on your way, you will stop to visit Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa). Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa) is 400 meters long cliff that was formed around 10 million years ago when it was covered by a sea. Over the millennia the sea dried up and the erosion eventually created this distinctive looking structures known as escarpments. The erosion also exposed around different areas on the soil that met with oxygen create the brilliant colors of white, yellow and purple.

2nd Day
3rd Day

Khongor sand dune (Khongoriin else)

Continue your Gobi Desert Tour to “Khongoriin else” sand dunes. These are really impressive sand dunes reaching a height of 800 meters, 20 km wide and about 100 km long, of course, they are always moving and changing. They are also known as the “singing dunes” as when it is windy the grains of sand rub each other making a unique sound.

3rd Day
4th Day

2-nd day on Khongor sand dune

Some of the main activities of the Gobi desert tour you can complete here. You can hike up to enjoy a fantastic view of peaceful nature. You can also ride a camels.

4th Day
5th Day

Bayanzag flaming cliff. Ongi temple.

Locally known as Baynzag “rich in saxaul shrubs”, named for the tree-like shrubs. Like Joshua trees of Mongolia. It named as a flaming cliff by paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews, who arrived in 1922 to excavate the area. The beauty of the surrounding landscape is a good reason to visit. This is the area where was one of the first discovered dinosaur fossils.

5th Day
6th Day

Drive to Karakhorum ancient capital of Mongolia.

Kharakhorum is an ancient capital of the Mongol empire during the Ogedei Khan. After 40 years Khubilai Khan moved the capital to Khanbalikh which is now known as Beijing.

6th Day
7th Day

Drive to Ulaanbaatar and stay at Hotel.

This will be the last day and the end of your Gobi desert Tour in Mongolia.

7th Day
8th Day

Departure day

Departure to Ulaanbaatar 🙂

8th Day
Khongoriin else - Khongor sand dune
Khongoriin else – Khongor sand dune

What do I expect to see?

  • Authentic nomadic lifestyle
  • Hiking
  • Sand dunes & Canyons
  • Camel riding
  • Dinosaur fossils
  • Visit traditional Yurt (Ger)
  • Visit ancient capital

What services do I need?

  • Driver & Van
  • Translator guide
  • Eating at Ger camps
  • Staying at Local Ger camps
  • Staying at the nomadic guesthouses
  • Hire a camel



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