Schedule 2018 & 2019
|more than 6 Pax: 2189 USD||4 Pax: 2295 USD|
|3 Pax: 2750 USD||2Pax: 3515 USD|
The first impression photos the visitors to Mongolian Gobi get are pictures of Flaming Cliffs where the dinosaurs’ eggs and bones found at the beginning of the XX century, images of Bactrian camels, sand dunes, amazing sunrises and sunsets, the tough livelihood of Gobi nomads.
However, you’ll get more interesting things to see and do. The reason is the sky over Gobi is 85 per cent is sunny in a year, which means it is clear during nighttime. You can enjoy night skies over the Gobi where stars and constellations are bright. Your palette of pictures to take will be immense including desert pictures, sand, wild life, star dusted sky, nomadic life, sunrises and sunsets – everywhere your curious photographic camera takes to.
We are ready to be next to you in your travel on photographic paradise in Mongolian Gobi. You bring your gear, and we’ll take you to the places.
Why choose this tour
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and city tour
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Take a city tour to Gandan Monastery where you will see huge gold plated Buddha, a symbol of Mongolian national pride and cultural revival. Photograph to Chinggis square and Zaisan Hill with a panoramic view of the whole city. Overnight in the hotel. (L+D)
White stupa - Tsagaan Suvarga
After the breakfast drive to the White stupa - Tsagaan suvarga. Over the thousands of years the wind has created this amazing land. These rocky formations eroded by the wind. They are about 60 meters (196,85 feet) high and 400 meters (1312,34 feet) long. Overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Early breakfast, drive to Dalanzadgad city and then head to Bayanzag - Flaming Cliffs, where you will find the paleontology place, when Roy Andrew Chapman discovered fossilized dinosaurs skeleton and eggs in 1920s. Overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Khongor sand dunes and camels
After breakfast, drive to Khongor sand dunes. These are Mongolia's largest sand dunes, reaching a height of 300 meters in some areas. You will be shooting photo some camel through the Khongor sand dunes. Visit a camel herdsman family to experience their lifestyle, culture and traditions. Overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Discover Gobi wildlife
Drive to Narandaats camp. Then head to Wild Oasis - Zulganali, view is that the golden sand dunes with small lake it's inside are surrounded by bright green meadows, colorful flowers are growing in the meadow, tall bushes are playing with their leaves in the Gobi wind. Overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Khermen Tsav - Mini Grand Canyon
Drive to Khermen Tsav - Canyon, which was made from thousands of year’s erosion of red sand and which stretches for about 30 km in the Gobi Desert. The area has desert plants and trees and many fossilized remains of ancient animals and dinosaurs. We will have time to walk through the canyons and explore the fascinating plant species and rock formations. Overnight in tent. (B+L+D)
Khongor sand dunes
After morning shooting head to Khongor Sand Dunes. Relax and overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Dalanzadgad city and Dungenee canyon
Lunch at the camp, we will drive to Dalanzadgad city. On the way, Dungenee - a wonderfully picturesque place surrounded by sheer rocky walls, forming incredible canyons. Overnight in tourist camp. (B+L+D)
Fly back to Ulaanbaatar and city tour
After breakfast you will have a flight back to Ulaanbaatar. You will be taken to souvenir and cashmere shops before enjoying an evening concert of National Folklore. Overnight at the hotel. (B+L+D)
Land of Dinosaurs Photo
The first impression photos the visitors to Mongolian Gobi get are pictures of Flaming Cliffs where the dinosaurs’ eggs and bones found at the beginning of the XX century, images of Bactrian camels, sand dunes, amazing sunrises and sunsets, the tough livelihood of Gobi nomads.However, you’ll ge...
Mongolia Dinosaur Tour 10 - Days
The red cliffs were on the sea bottom in ancient times, and still have petrified bones and eggs of dinosaurs from 60 million years ago. Of the twelve species of predatory dinosaurs, eight of them were found in Mongolia - the most famous discovery being made by Roy Chapman Andrews in the 1920s who...