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Mongolia In 3 Days

Mongolia In 3 Days

By Rara Avis Travel
RM 5,329.73
per adult (price varies by group size)
Lowest price guaranteeFree cancellation

Ages 0-99, max of 15 per group
Duration: 3 days
Start time: Check availability
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  • Dinner
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Breakfast
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • All activities
  • Entry/Admission - Hustai National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Erdene Zuu Monastery
  • Entry/Admission - Kharakhorum Museum
What's not included
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Travel Insurance (available to purchase)

Departure details
  • Traveller pickup is offered.
  • Please provide us your hotel information. We will pick you up at 9:00AM from your hotel lobby.
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Infant seats available
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 32191P25

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
  • Not recommended for pregnant travellers
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Which attractions will I visit with Mongolia In 3 Days?
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How much is Mongolia In 3 Days?
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What is the Mongolia In 3 Days cancellation policy?
Mongolia In 3 Days cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book Mongolia In 3 Days on Tripadvisor
Which company provides Mongolia In 3 Days?
Mongolia In 3 Days is hosted by Rara Avis Travel. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Rara Avis Travel on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Mongolia In 3 Days on Tripadvisor

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 32191P25

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About the operator
Rara Avis Travel
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Joined in April 2016

#16 of 228 Outdoor Activities in Ulaanbaatar
  • Dvoe5
    Fantastic Day Tour with great guide
    We did a day tour yesterday and it was fantastic! We visited Terelj National Park, turtle rock, a monastery with chanting monks, went to a great lookout over the city, the Ghengus Khan Statue and museum and has a tasty lunch with a nomadic family in their ger, complete with an ox drawn carriage ride across the snow. It was a really cold day and snowing in the morning, but the minivan was warm inside and the driver was very good and safe. Our guide was very friendly, knowledgeable and had perfect english. Everything went to plan and our 12 and 14 year old children really enjoyed the day as much as we did! We would highly recommend this day tour.
  • simonpinkney
    Day tour on a cold winter day
    The Rara Avis team picked us up from our hotel and we started our day tour with temps at -27c. Bitterly cold. we visited the Gandantegchinlen Monastery and looked in on the young Buddhists who were going through their morning recitals. Then we departed for the Chinngis Khan memorial. Stunning views with the cold temps bringing very clear skies. From there we left for the Gorkhi-Tereij park. We stopped for lunch in a local Ger. Our host meet us with a cart drawn by an ox and took us to his Ger, crossing over the frozen river on the way. Lunch was excellent and eating in a distinctly local environment was a pleasure. Our driver leant my son his heavy coat to go over the one he already had on as the temperatures continued to fall. From there we took a drive through the park and visited the Turtle rock. Then back to the city where our guide took us to a couple of shops that we'd asked for. The team then dropped us off at our hotel. All in all an excellent day. The Rara Avis team were excellent, our guide had very good English and gave us a running commentary on the history of Mongolia. I'd fully recommend this trip to anyone. Families would especially benefit from taking a tour with Rara.
    Just GREAT!
    My tour guide Yogi was excellent. His English is a step above other tour non-native English speaking guides I've worked with. He was friendly, enthusiastic, and willing to adjust the tour to my personal interests. The itinerary was efficient, we hit on all the major spots I wanted to see. The stop at the monastery was informative for someone who knows very little about Buddhism (and Mongolia's history with it). The black market was really interesting and we spent the perfect amount of time exploring it. Highlight locations were the city lookout point and the museum. (Most skippable was the winter palace. Not entirely uninteresting, but not the most engaging.) The real highlight though was the opportunity to have in depth conversations in English with someone born and raised in Mongolia about every topic from politics to history to what life is like for the average Mongolian. Can't recommend Yogi enough! All around fantastic experience, perfect comprehensive introduction to this fascinating country!
  • Michigan48158
    Tour was worth it for both Cultural reasons and logistical reasons
    The tour was very good for the reasons you would expect: Transportation to important and interesting sites The guide provide interesting additional information of the area The "normal day" lunch in a Ger (Yurt) was fun and the food good. You guide can help you with simple things (that maybe are so simple like buying a hand made hat at a roadside stop and then finding an ATM that will accept your card. Other helpful shopping hints (Cashmere is VERY affordable in Mongolia) But the most important reason for the tour is a plus/minus thing: Unfortunately, the traffic in Ulaanbaatar is, simply put, terrible. Almost unbearable traffic jams and difficult driving. The plus is having a skilled local driver is a big BIG plus to the tour.
  • tropring
    Private tour not really private
    The tour was great the guide and the driver were perfect, we appreciated all what was done during this tour, the visit of Genghis Kahn statue, the Terelj National Park with a local lunch in a Yurt and the visit of the Turtle Rock and the Aryapala temple. All was perfectly organized and we had a lot of time to appreciate the different activities but we had ordered a private tour for two clicking on “Private & Custom Tours” and a third person participated to the tour (at least she was very nice). We paid more than 240 USD for this tour for two while we should have paid less than 160 USD for a tour with 3 people. I would like to understand from TripAdvisor and from the tour organiser why this has happened?
  • PHR67
    Splendid day on horseback
    This was a fantastic day-trip from Ulaanbaatar. The guide met us on time in the hotel lobby and he spoke excellent English. The first part of the trip was very bumpy due to road construction, but then it got better. We did a quick stop at the impressive Genghis Khan statue, but the main event was the horseback riding in Terelj National Park. We enjoy a full three hours with the horses in magnificent nature, and then we were served lunch by the horse owner’s wife, in a traditional ger. So enjoyable, so well organised, so beautiful. Highly recommended!
  • AlanD-Denver
    Great service and commitment to my satisfaction!
    I became slightly sick part way through a Gobi Desert trip, and Rara Avis completely revised our itinerary. They got me to a pharmacy for some drugs and were willing to get me to a hospital (I declined). We're now staying in a hotel in Ulaanbaatar and venturing out on day trips - a concert, a Husted National Park visit and more.
  • Martin O
    Martin O
    Amazing Service!
    Driver was there at the airport upon arrival with no wait time. The car was very clean and comfortable. Driver was personable,spoke excellent English, a good conversationalist, and pointed out places of interest along the way to the hotel. Since this was my first time in Ulaanbaatar, the driver made suggestions of sites to visit and provided names of some good restaurants close to my hotel. Would definitely recommend use of this service.
  • Exploration761082
    Totally amazing
    This trip was totally amazing. beautiful scenery, wonderful guides, great food and full of lots off active adventures. I don't have enough good things to say about this tour. Well organized, educational and most of all, fun! We don't usually take tours, but this one made us feel like we hit the jackpot. Excellent!”
Orgilbaatar is such a warm personality and highly motivated guide (recommendable!) Orgilbaatar was always ready with his narration of the history of the land and people. He paid such good attention and made sure we were taken care of.
  • H2623SOjackw
    Well worth it
    I'd highly reccomend a tour with Rara Avis. Our guide Yogi was very knowledgable and a genuienly friendly person. We visited the Gengis Khan statue, had traditional Mongolian Food in a Ger and travelled through some beautiful countryside. I really learnt a lot about Mongolian culture and history and some of things I was told were repeated by other Mongolians so the knowledge is definitely factual. The trip lasted the whole day and is a great way to see the amazing Mongolian countryside. If I came back to Mongolia in the future I would definitely consider one of Rara Avis' longer tours.
  • Marija N
    Marija N
    Very interesting place
    Very interesting place to visit. The biggest horse monument in the world, about 40 m high, with museum inside.
  • raymonlo
    Full-day Private Custom-Made Ulaanbaatar Tour
    The tour was really great. The tour guide is very nice and can speak English very well. He helped me plan the trip as exactly what I wanted! He is very knowledgeable and through him I understood the city a lot. Not only this, as my return flight was on the same day but at late night 11pm, after the tour, the tour company arranged me another car to drive me to the airport with a very reasonable price. What I could say about the tour is perfect and professional!
  • Sasha-181818
    Active, historical day tour - good for all ages
    We were picked up early by the bus and our guide (FYI there isn't confirmation, you just trust they will come per the booking lol). Gunj was our guide - he was very funny and informative with awesome English. We went to the Buddhist temple which was a surreal experience, then the Soviet statue with a great overlook of the city. Next we went to the Chinggis Khan status & museum. The statue is so photogenic, and the museum is very informative; dioramas really bring the Mongol empire to life. Next, we went to Gorkhi-Terelj, which takes 1+ hrs and is beautiful. Lunch was served in a ger complete with an ox taxi to the ger campground! Lastly, we saw Turtle Rock before heading home. Overall a great mix of photo opportunities, seeing the landscape, and getting some historical background with Gunj. Would recommend this as a day activity while you're in Ulaanbaatar!
  • ChengHyork
    Good for a tight schedule
    We were on the Trans-Mongolian Railway and made a stop at Ulan Bator for 2 days. We signed up for a 24-hour “Mongolia in 2 days” tour, which included a stop at the Chinggis Khaan Complex, an overnight stay inside a Ger at Terelj National Park, a horse-riding experience and a visit to a monastery. Based on the activities, the price seemed steep, but I’m not sure about the other tour operators and what else they would have offered in a 24-hour itinerary. It was end October (Autumn) and it was low season at the Ger camp that we were brought to. (The 2 of us were probably the only visitors as we didn’t see or hear anyone else in the camp). It was pretty cold for us, and at night the temperature outside dropped to -9 degC. Unfortunately, during the freezing night, the firewood ran out and the fire died inside the Ger. To add on to our misery, we realized the Ger wasn’t a properly insulated one – the cold wind could still enter the Ger (from the sides and from below!). I thought I would be a frozen body the next morning. The next day, we were brought to try out horse-riding. Lunch was traditional Mongolian food at the horseman’s Ger. This was when we realized how a proper Ger should be – well-insulated, comfortable and warm, and that no wind could enter! We wished we would have stayed at a more proper Ger like this one instead. But we were still happy with our guide Gunj. He had been to many countries and could speak really good English, was pretty entertaining and definitely knowledgeable about the places we visited and could answer our questions about the country.
  • tehuelches
    good for a half day trip
    if you have sometime extra in ulaambaatar,you should go to see the statue of the ginghis khan..short bus ride from ulaambaatar,we did it ourselves without a tour,very affordable,although if not a big different if you go with a tour,i mean the cost.
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1 review
Very good

Vancouver, Canada98 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
My friend and I booked a 4-day tour of Mongolia with Rara Avis which included many of the sites in Central Mongolia. We LOVED it! Our driver and our guide, Heidi, were wonderful, helpful and knowledgeable. We never had to drive more then 2 hours at a time and yet covered a ton of ground. The food was pretty good along the way and we stayed at some of the nicest camps. The stay with the family in Semi-Gobi was definitely a highlight and spotting the wild horses in the national park was another. Highly recommend arranging a tour through Rara Avis - they are accommodating and lovely!
Written 10 July 2018
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