Explore the world-known Mongolian Gobi desert with us, visiting to the most popular attractions of southernmost part of country, including Flaming cliffs known by dinosaur fossils and eggs that are made revolution to the world’s science, Khavtsgait petroglyphs known by rock paintings dates back to the 8000 BC and 3000 BC, Khongor sand dune known as a “Singing dune” and famous Yol valley named after Bearded vulture, the one of the largest birds of prey.


  • 1 pax: 790$
  • 2 pax: 490$ (Per person)
  • 3 pax: 390$ (Per person)
  • 4 pax: 340$ (Per person)
  • 5-6 pax: 320$ (Per person)


  • Bayanzag - Flaming cliff
  • Khavtsgait petroglyphs
  • The largest and most impressive white sand dune - Khongor sand dune
  • Camelback riding to the foothill of sand dunes and hike up to the top
  • Stay overnight in Mongolian ger
  • Walking through Yol (Bearded Vulture) and Dungenee valley


  •  Bus ticket
  •  Car with an experienced driver
  •  Petrol
  •  Tour guide
  •  Breakfast, lunch, dinner
  •  Guest house
  •  Tourist camp
  •  Camelback riding
  •  Tax for National park
  •  Tax for local museum
  •  Bottled water

Not included

  •  Video & photo taxes
  •  Travel insurance
  •  Personal expenses and gratuities

Travel packing list

  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm
  • Vaseline
  • Hand cream
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Dental floss
  • Wet tissue
  • Dry tissue
  • Toilet paper
  • Hiking boots
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Gloves
  • Flashlight
  • Water bottle
  • Sleeping bag
  • Travel pillow
  • Binoculars
  • Raincoat
  • Universal adapter plug


Travel by a local bus to Dalanzadgad city (610 km). Dalanzadgad is the capital of South-Gobi, in the south of the country. It’s located 540 km of Ulaanbaatar, 1470 m high above sea level. Nowadays, due to the mining development in the south of the province, the city is booming. Drive to Bayanzag - Flaming cliff. The flaming cliff is named flaming due to their ochre red color, also this is where a “cemetery of dinosaurs” is located and where the saxual tree grows in the Gobi. Stay overnight in Bayanzag guest house. (By car 100 km)

Drive to Khavtsgait petrography and Khongor sand dunes. These sand dunes are the largest and most impressive white sand dunes in Mongolia. Also, it is known as the Duut manhan (singing dunes), stretching more than 180 km with heights of 15-30 m. The largest dunes are North West of the range up to 800 m high. Traveling with camels to the bottom of the sand dunes and hiking up to the top. From the top, the view of sunset & the surrounding desert is breathtaking. (By car 20 km, by camel 4 km) Stay overnight in a Mongolian nomadic family.

Drive to Yol and Dungenee valley. Hiking in the valleys. The canyon named after the bearded vultures. The vulture flies high and lands only on the top of the high mountain. This canyon wall follows the river, it continues for 8km, 2800 m high above sea level. (By car 180 km) Stay overnight in Gobi discovery tourist camp.

Return to Ulaanbaatar city by bus. (By car 40km, by local bus 610 km)


1st floor, Nomin department store, 3th khoroo, Chingeltei district, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Post box
Central post office box 633, Ulaanbaatar – 15160