Trekking adventure through spectacular central Mongolia
From US $1,946 to US $2,835 16 days ex flights
Small group travel:2017: 10 Jun, 5 Aug, 19 Aug, 26 Aug
Pay a us$ 600 deposit on this trip before Jan 31st and receive a 15% discount per person. That's up to us$ 425 off per person. Please do get in touch for further details. We look forward to welcoming you to our Mongolia!
Tailor made:Available between Australia's spring and autumn months. This suggested itinerary can be modified entirely to your personal wishes including departure date, duration, accommodation used and how long you spend in each destination.
Tailor made:These itineraries can be tailormade to suit your individual requirements, interests & budget. Please see departure months below. NB: Group departures also available for Andes Crossing, see details below
Pay a us$ 600 deposit on this trip before Jan 31st and receive a 15% discount per person. That's up to us$ 510 off per person. Please do get in touch for further details. We look forward to welcoming you to our Mongolia!
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
The guides know the families who run the Tea Houses where we stayed ,and on many occasions we were greeted as old friends ! Also by being in a small group the impact on the environment and in the villages we stayed was not as significant as if we'd been in a larger group. (more)Jane Elliott
The western and Nepali guides and porters were great - always smiling and ready to make sure everyone was happy. An excellent trip in all aspects. (more)patricia barber
This trip has some of the most beautiful nature and scenery you will ever see in your life. (more)Albert Assely
The ENTIRE trip was outstanding and amazing... the expertise of the guide, the enthusiasm for the country, the love of the country was thrilling.
The NAADAM festival (which was what enticed me to going on this trip was even MORE than I had imagined
Let Jess (the tour operator) guide you as to what you are most interested in seeing/experiencing. She is just so knowledge I had her plan a trip for my grandson and myself that I felt would be a great introduction... (more)Eve Solomon
The most memorable part was walking over a snow wall and then sliding down an avalanche slope all in tea shirts with the sun blazing down on us, followed by a sighting of a grizzly bear. (more)Ian Halliwell
Rob, Marilyn and Troy were wonderful hosts, as were the whole team. The location is stunning, nestled in the mountains with a river running through the centre of it....We all thoroughly enjoyed our holiday and recommend it to families and couples alike. (more)Susan Brooks
I enjoyed every moment, every story the guides told, every view we climbed to. The Patenaudes are wonderful and knowledgeable hosts, and yet they remain relaxed and easy around their guests (more)Jo Homewood
The extra trek up to the glacier where we had a fab view. Every amazing view of endless mountains. The cultural elements were great too and a brilliant way to acclimatise safely.
Listen to your leader and drink plenty of water to avoid altitude sickness. Don't do too much when you first get to Leh in order to acclimatise properly. Enjoy the views!!!
Local guides were used - we also saw the benefits from the different projects including... (more)Ellie Hawksley
There were too many wonderful experiences to pick out just one as the most memorable or exciting! Some of the many highlights for me included: seeing so many different kinds of lemurs and chameleons; the extraordinary limestone Tsingy...... (more)Catherine Nursaw
Excellent... witnessing the Indri lemurs calling to each other in the trees in front of us and rafting the river rapids were probably my top two memories (more)Kerry Abbiss
Everything, perhaps taking the freight train at 2am alongside mountains of
bananas. From the point of landing to our sad farewells it was an unforgettable
This was an outstanding Trek and an overall wonderful experience...The trekking in Mustang was quite magnificent. It is probably the most amazing mountain scenery we have ever experienced. (more)Michael Cooke
I would rate my trip to the Annapurnas as being one of the best trips I've ever done. My guide & porter were excellent company, they took excellent care of me. (more)Rodney Finlay
The scenery was fantastic and some great days walking/climbing. The optional climb of Diablo Mudo towards the end was tougher than expected but very rewarding - don't miss it!
It gets very cold at night so make sure you have a good down jacket and a very warm sleeping bag.
It was a great adventure trek over the mountains (5000 m at one point!) - absolutely fantastic. (more)Richard Katesmark
We enjoyed it all but mainly the sensation of peace and space in the mountains. (more)Christine Dautheribes
Just seeing the kind of terrain that our horses could cover was one of the most memorable parts of this holiday. The scenery was incredible, as was the attention that we received from one of our guides. (more)Stuart Whitby
Tips?Local benefits?Overall rating?
It was a very good tour. I enjoyed all of it. The only thing is that the tour could have been a few days shorter, and then it would have been easier to be away from the office. It was not necessary with 3 nights in the interior of Guyana, 1 or 2 nights would have been enough. (more)Annie Krefting
The whole experience was really good, I enjoyed the city visits and the jungle trek.
To be aware of the temperature and humidity when trekking in the jungle. I had not really taken into account that the entire trip would be in the jungle and
therefore hot and humid every day. Also if you are not very fit that some training is necessary as it is a challenging trek.
I assume that the use of the jungle camps benefited local people and... (more)Lisa Lawton
Lots. The friendly people who seemed enjoyed to have their photo's taken. The scenery, the hundreds of prayer flags. As we trekked at high altitude, the many people we met driving horses, cows & yaks. But the best experience was caused by a mistake. On one night of the trek we lost our horses & luggage! Our clean socks & toothbrush went one way & we went another. Our guide rescued the situation by arranging us to stay in a yak-herders hut. The family very kindly took... (more)Alan Reimer
The location, hosts and the routes they planned.
The routes / hikes are challenging, the lodge is very comfortable but remote. Very eco-conscious....so be mindful of that. Be ready for all types of weather..from hot sun to snow.
Yes - very much so. (more)Jane Cayley
The varied terrain in the Langtang region & climbing a peak.
This is a wonderful region to trek in, you will see a lot of variety and meet wonderful local people along the way.
I feel it benefited local people as we stayed in lodges owned by local people. Unfortunately has a negative effect on the environment as some lodges are still using fire wood - next time I will not stay in these lodges.
The holiday was a... (more)Cindy Hebert