How to Travel to Mongolia for a week with €1000?

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How To Get To Mongolia? 

For intrepid travelers, there may be no greater thrill than having the chance to explore a destination seemingly untouched by tourism. Mongolia is truly an explorer's dream! But at the planning stage they will cross it off the list, just because the flights turn to the most expensive part of their trip. Now traveling to Mongolia is easier than you think. Help is here! 

Book early and fly cheap to Mongolia for a round € 386! 

In the air

Don't miss this special offer from Air China! Fly from Zurich to Ulaanbaatar (round trip) starting at € 386 including luggage! 

The tickets are bookable through the Spanish website, we recommend to use Google Chrome browser for translation. Book your tickets now!

* Hand luggage: up to 5kg (55 x 40 x 20) - Free of charge 
  Luggage: up to 23kg (L + B + H not over 158cm) - Free of charge

Zurich

Air China (winter)
  • 03.01.2018 - 16.01.2018 starting at € 386
  • 24.01.2018 - 06.02.2018 starting at € 386
  • 28.02.2018 - 13.03.2018 starting at € 386
  • 07.03.2018 - 20.03.2018 starting at € 386
  • 14.03.2018 - 27.03.2018 starting at € 386
  • 04.04.2018 - 17.04.2018 starting at € 386

Air China (summer)
  • 25.04.2018 - 08.05.2018 starting at € 386
  • 02.05.2018 - 15.05.2018 starting at € 386
  • 23.05.2018 - 05.06.2018 starting at € 386
  • 06.06.2018 - 19.06.2018 starting at € 386
  • 13.06.2018 - 26.06.2018 starting at € 386

Munich

  • Air China – round trip starting at € 550
  • Turkish Airlines – round trip starting at € 780
  • Aeroflot – round trip starting at € 670
  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 595

Frankfurt

  • Air China – round trip starting at € 590
  • Turkish Airlines – round trip starting at € 790
  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 645

Düsseldorf

  • Turkish Airlines – round trip starting at € 775

Berlin

  • Air China – round trip starting at € 770
  • Turkish Airlines – round trip starting at € 775
  • Aeroflot – round trip starting at € 680
  • MIAT Mongolian Airlines – round trip starting at € 730
  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 645 

Vienna

  • Aeroflot – round trip starting at € 670
  • Air China – round trip starting at € 900
  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 545

Salzburg

  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 745

Innsbruck

  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 645

Moscow

  • S7 with stop over in Irkutsk and Trans-Siberian train or Aero Mongolia flight to Ulaanbaatar - round trip starting at € 415
  • Aeroflot – starting at € 425

*Russian visa is required for transit

  

How to get around in Mongolia?

Take a scenic drive through the breathtaking scenery of wide steppes to feel absolutely silence. Here is your chance of traveling independently through Mongolia to lose yourself and unwind...

Explore Mongolia easier and faster by renting a car for € 280/ week:

ETM offer  

Where to go in Mongolia?

Experience an adventure in the land where Nomadic hospitality is a way of life. Travel as responsibly as possible - helping to protect Mongolia's natural environment and unique nomadic culture. Go on an amazing camping trip in the vast landscapes of Mongolia (budget: € 620):

Option 1: Drive to Karakorum

Approximate fuel costs: € 100

Karakorum 

Option 2: Drive to Khuvsgul

  • Darkhan
  • Erdenet
  • Amarbaysaglan Monastery
  • Khuvsgul lake

Approximate fuel costs: €100

Khuvsgul area 

What to do?

Mongolia is a versatile destination that has everything from cultural to outdoor activities. Its extreme climate and unpredictable weather makes it impossible to mark off one season over the other. Each of them has its unique characteristics and colors. Whether you decide to travel in spring, summer, autumn or winter we would suggest you to try a range of experiences.

For those traveling in July or October, the Naadam and Golden Eagle Festivals are a must. And who said winter can be boring? Not in Mongolia! Tsagaan Sar, the festival of the Lunar New Year is celebrated in or around January or February depending on the Mongolian lunar calendar. It is a time when Mongolians celebrate in the midst of a cold, long winter, looking forward to the spring. It is also a time when tourists learn and enjoy many interesting facets of Mongolian culture.

Dog sledding is one of the best ways to discover Mongolia in winter, to approach wild animals and live an incredible adventure in the heart of Mongolian winter. The most of the trip, is the link you will bound with your dogs. Don’t be shy to cheer them up or even pad them. They’ll give it to you back. Here is an opportunity to meet with the nomads and relax in a warm yurt at night, around a traditional meal.

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Horseback and camel riding can be experienced all over the country during all four seasons. Age and gender do not matter, and do not require any experience. While visiting Hustai National Park there is a chance to  witness world’s one and only wild takhi horses (Przewalski) living in the wild. 

There are a lot of reasons to feel nostalgic during autumn season. The grass rustles under the feet, yesterday's dark green trees turn yellow... If you love fishing (a fishing permit is required), then you'll get excited about Khuvsgul lake. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Ice Festival with traditional games and races over two days in Khuvsgul. Each March, the nomadic reindeer herders, Tsaatan, from the north, join local residents to celebrate this big event.

Hiking, climbing, meditation in the absolutely silence is one of the highlights of your stay in Mongolia. If you want to experience local culture and know more about the history and religion there are a lot of museums, Buddhist temples and monasteries to explore all over the country.  

In summer, spend a night with the nomadic family under the open sky stargazing or catch a glimpse of the sun rising over the sand dunes. Needless to say it will be one of the most gratifying experiences of your trip.  

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