-Travel to the Flaming Cliffs, where explorer Roy Chapman Andrews discovered the first nest of dinosaur eggs
-Hike through Yoliin Am valley in Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park, home of gorge and rich bird and plant life
-Feel Mongolian traditional nomadic life, stay in ger/Mongolian Traditional Dwelling/
-Spend 2-4 hours a day camel trekking to Sand Dunes
Day1. Yoliin Am Valley in “Gobi Gurvan Saikhan” National Park
Flight to Dalanzadgad which is capital of South Gobi. Drive to”Three beauty mountains” National Park. The mountains are most easterly points of the Altai mountain complex and the highest peak is 2815 meter above sea level. A number of rare plants and animals are found in the park, including the elusive snow leopard, wild goat/ibex/, wild sheep/argali/. We will explore Yoliin Am (Vulture Valley). You will visit local museum and walk to end of valley. It is wonderfully picturesque place with ice even in summer, and surrounded by sheer rocky walls, forming incredible canyons.
Day 2. Khongor sand dunes
In the morning drive to “Khongor” sand dunes. The shifting dunes is 180 km long, 400 m high, 20 km wide. The dunes surrounded by higher mountains and bordered lush green vegetation. Local people named “Singing dune” When the wind blows over the dunes it makes strange sound like high pitched tone of an air plane. You will ride a camel to sand dunes.
Day 3. Bayanzag-Flaming Cliffs
In the morning drive to Bayan Zag. It means “rich in saxaul shrubs” is more common known as the Flaming Cliffs. It was formed 60-70 million years ago. The area is most famous for the first discovery of dinosaur eggs. Flaming Cliffs was discovered in 1922 by the explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, who visited in Mongolia.
Day 4. Ulaanbaatar
After breakfast drive to Dalanzadgad. Flight to Ulaanbaatar. Stay at Top Hostel
Extension to the magnificent Altai Mountains in Western Mongolia
Extension to Native land of Great king Chinggis
Accommodation during the trip
Driver + 4WD vehicle + Petrol
English Speaking guide
Three meals (B,L,D)
Bottled water supply for 1.5 l pp for every day
Entrance fees for National Parks and Museums
Optional activity costs