Eternal Landscapes

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We are a joint Mongolian-English team of four and our passion is Mongolia.

We invite you to travel with us for a true insight and a true adventure. Our aim is to ensure you leave Mongolia feeling that you have had a truly refreshing and individual experience and an inspiring journey.

We are not a large profit driven company - we choose to keep our tour company small as this allows us to concentrate on the quality of the experiences we provide. Our tours are designed to deliver adventure, discovery and exploration mixed with a feeling of freedom and a sense of independence.
Member since: 05 Jan 2012

How the minimum criteria of the responsible travel standard was met...

Economic responsibility

We employ only Mongolians (only Jess - the founder - is from the UK). Our trip assistants (guides) are all Mongolian women and we provide a free low season training programme to Mongolian women that want to work in tourism but that don't have the skills, qualifications or experience to do so.

Environmental responsibility

We provide a tote fabric bag to each of our clients - made by a local NGO based in Mongolia was established to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged and unemployed women in Mongolia. We also finance our own two-day rubbish collection at Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park in Mongolia. Arranged through the local community and protected area rangers, we have been organising this annual event since 2014. We train our trip assistants to give what we call the 'toilet talk' on the first travel day. Basically, we ask our guests that they do not leave and/or do not bury ‘wet wipes’ or sanitary items. It also mentions this in our Pre Departure Guidelines as well.

Social responsibility

Each of the experiences we offer puts support back into the local communities through which we travel through the long-term local community partnerships that we form. We look at ways we can integrate local knowledge and skills into each of our itineraries - such as on our extended horse treks we allow herders to bring their teenage children as part of an apprenticeship.

Founder Jess says Mongolia 'has made a home in her heart' - and along with her local team (they call themselves 'manaikhan' - ours/our people), she creates a home in Mongolia for those who travel here with her Ulaanbaatar-based company. She's kept it small so she can oversee the small details that make her trips so special.

Founder Jess says Mongolia 'made a home in her heart' - and along with her local team, she creates a home in Mongolia for those who travel here with her UB-based company. She's kept it small so she can oversee the small details that make her trips so special.
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