Our “Snug” tours are what we do best, tailor-made to fit you perfectly. Whoever you are; group, couple, or individual, we can design your perfect itinerary and match your budget.
Have a look at our popular tours to get some ideas, then contact us with your own dreams and plans. Leave the rest to us! Summer, autumn, winter or spring: plan your adventure with us.
Explore by Destination
Terelj National Park and Khan Khentii
For excursions on the doorstep of Ulaanbaatar, Terelj National Park offers rivers, mountains, forest and steppe filled with the potential for adventure. Horse trekking, hiking, kayaking, dog sledding in a stunning location.
Discover the singing sand dunes, dinosaur fossils and hidden green valleys deep in the desert. The Gobi is one of Mongolia’s most popular and interesting regions.
Hovsgol Lake and Northern Mongolia
Known as the Pearl of Mongolia, Hovsgol Lake is a crisp and beautiful fresh water lake surrounded by mountains and forest. The ideal location for relaxing or horse trekking.
Western Mongolia and the Altai Mountains
For the truly intrepid explorers, Western Mongolia is the wild frontier where eagle hunters reign and the Altai Mountains dominate the landscape. For mountain climbing, wilderness exploring and visiting the Eagle Hunters, this is the place to visit.
Explore by Season
From mid March to June the temperatures start to warm up and there is a buzz in the air. Nomadic families are busy and the herders are more lively. Now is the time to visit for homestays and discovering about the Mongolian nomadic lifestyle.
Mid June to mid September are the prime months for travelling in Mongolia. This is the best time to see the Gobi Desert and Hovsgol Lake and to try kayaking and horse trekking.
Mid September to mid October are the best months to visit Western Mongolia as this is the start of the Eagle Hunting Season. Terelj is also beautiful at this time of year, with the forests changing from green to gold.
Don’t let the cold deter you; winter is a great time to have an adventure. From horse trekking to dog sledding there is plenty to do, followed by a night in a cozy ger and a glass of mulled wine. Perfection!