The name Mongolia conjures up images of Genghis Khan's army sweeping across the steppes, destroying everything in its wake.
Mongolia's most famous son might do a double take at the modern city of Ulaan Baatar, but he'd recognise much of Mongolia even today. Many locals still live in the traditional circular felt tents called gers (yurt in Russian), and Mongolian children learn to ride almost before they can walk. With a stunning, wide-open landscape, dramatic mountain ranges, the wilderness of the Gobi Desert and beautiful alpine lakes, Mongolia is a fantastic place to experience nature in the raw.
Tour price from GBP 937.5 for 21 days.
It's one of the last unspoiled travel destinations of the world, where nomadic herders still tend to their flocks amongst vast grasslands, gers remain the accommodation of choice and it's still possib...view trip
Tour price from GBP 5920 for 30 days.
The original and classic Great Rail Journey. From the Pacific Coast to the nation’s capital you cross the world's biggest country and largest landmass aboard the world's longest railway, spanning 7 ...view trip
Tour price from GBP 2925 for 21 days.
Visiting: Russia, Mongolia, China
Explore St. Petersburg and Moscow - Russia's two most exciting cities. Wander the magnificent 18th century buildings and palaces of St. Petersburg, then south to Moscow: Red Square, St Basil's Cathedr...view trip
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