Naadam festival tour

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Nomadic of Blue Sky
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Jul 10 - 17, 2020
Group size: 2 - 16
Naadam festival tour
Mongolia

Nomadic of Blue Sky
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$2499
Deposit: $750
Jul 10 - 17, 2020
Group size: 2 - 16

About this trip

 Start and end in Ulaanbaatar! With the festival of lights tour Naadam festival tour, you have a 8 day tour package taking you through Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and 6 other destinations in Mongolia. Naadam festival tour includes accommodation as well as flights, an expert guide, meals, transport. 

What’s included

  • Meals during trip
  • All entrance fee
  • Sightseeing as per iti
  • Naadam festival
  • Shuttle service
  • Tour guide
    English speaking / other language guide on request
  • Water
    Daily supply of bottled water
  • Ger camps
  • Hotels
  • Travel insurance
  • Beverages
  • Extra activity cost
  • Excess baggage charge
  • Single room supplement
  • International airfare
  • Other
    Any other things which are not mentioned above

Itinerary

Day 1: Meeting day
arrival

 Day 1 (July 10): Arrive in Ulaanbaatar
We  will meet you at airport upon your arrival in Ulaanbaatar city/capital of Mongolia/ and take you to the hotel you choose. After breakfast at the Hotel nine, We will visit to Gandan Monastery, Central square, Bogd khan's palace museum, Zaisan memorial hill.The rest of day is for you to get rid of fatigue.

Overnight: 4 star Hotel 

Your Organizer


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Nomadic of Blue Sky
“Nomadic of Blue Sky” is Mongolian tour operator developed by a team of local Mongolian tour guide, travel manager, experienced driver who have thorough and in depth knowledge about Mongolian culture, climate, hotels and all destinations for tours in Mongolia. We invite you to visit the homeland of the Chinggis Khan / Genghis Khan/, who UNESCO has titled “Man of the millennium” and offer budget, comfort and luxury tour programs covering all highlights of the country's nature and culture, made to fit both short and long stays in Mongolia