Stand atop the magnificent Great Wall of China.
Spend the night in traditional nomadic accommodation in Mongolia.
Hunt for wild horses out on the Mongolian steppe.
Visit the world's deepest fresh water lake.
Visit the Kremlin in mighty Moscow.
Vast and incredibly scenic, Mongolia offers an atmospheric travel experience, its epic landscapes sparsely populated and utterly tranquil. One of the easiest ways to explore is on board the renowned Trans-Siberian Railway, however, we'd also encourage you to meet and learn about the local people, many of whom maintain a traditional nomadic lifestyle.
Our specialists know the ins and outs of exploring both the magnificent countryside and the buzzing capital Ulaanbaatar and their itinerary ideas aim to act as a starting point when planning your route. Each can be tailored to your interests, preferences and budget to create a bespoke tour of the country.
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Our recommended tours in Mongolia
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Mongolia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
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Russia, Mongolia and China
Russia, China and Mongolia
Explore Beijing's highlights, including the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven and Tiananmen Square.
Witness Mongolian nomadic life and enjoy a traditional Mongolian music performance.
Cross the vast expanses of Siberia.
Soak up the scenery of Lake Baikal.
Visit the Kremlin and learn about Moscow's history on a guided evening tour of the city.
Russia and Mongolia
Explore the vast Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.
Visit Moscow's Kremlin and Red Square.
Travel along Lake Baikal on the Circum Baikal Railway.
Visit Mongolian Nomads around Ulaan Baatar.
Travel through Russia's remote far East.