Хонгконг, Макоа. Бээжин
naadam012 Гол үзэх зүйлүүд Үнэ:
• Морь унах
• Ууланд гарах
• Natural hot spa
• Wonderful nature
• Wild life
• Nomad family stay
1200 .000₮
Хугацаа: 11 өдөр
10 шөнө
Аялах боломжтой сарууд 10аас - 5 сар хүртэл
Аялалын тогтсон хуваарь
10аас - 5 сар хүртэл
Naadam festival with Gobi and Orkhon Valley tour

This special tour is designed to bring you into the colorful event of the year letting you to discover a lifestyle, arts and music that reflect the true national identity and culture of Mongolian people. While touring in the Mongolia‘s heartland - a classic landscape of rolling hills, steppe, grasslands and mountain forests, you will enjoy the uniqueness of the nature and the peaceful lifestyle of nomads.

Held annually between July 11-13, the great Naadam festival is thrilling three-day sporting event that has been happening for centuries since Chingis Khaan time. Now it formally commemorates the 1921 revolution when Mongolia declared itself a free country. The festival highlights Mongolia’s “three manly sports”- horseracing, wrestling and archery. Naadam festival brings together country’s sporting men and women from the remotest regions to compete at the national level in capital city. It is also celebration of common people- herders who ride into town and urbanities who leave their flats and offices to watch the games- gathering where they have opportunity to participate in the events, to barter, mix, sing and enjoy life to the full.



Day 1. (July 3) Arrival. Transfer to the hotel. City sightseeing with visits to Gandan monastery and Bogd Khaan winter Palace museum. Hotel.

Day 2. (July 4) Drive to Amarbaysgalant monastery. The Amarbayasgalant Monastery, the monastery of Tranguil Felicity, is located 360km north of Ulaanbaatar and is one of the favorite destinations for visitors.

Built between 1727 and 1736, it is once of the very few monastery to have partly escaped the destruction of 1937, affer which only the buildings of the central section remained.The monastery was originaly built to house the remains of Zanabazar. On the western and eastern side of this courtyard were two identical halls, the Bell and Drum Towers, and to the north stood the Hall of the Heavenly Kings, the guardians of the four directions. Past that, one came to second gourtyard with the Tsogchin Dugan, the main hall, set on a terrace, and flanked on either side by hexagonal pavilions, called the Halls of History. Tourist ger camp.

Day 3. (July 5) Overnight at the basins of Orkhon river. Visit Nomad family. Family stay.

Day 4. (July 6) Arrive at the Ogii lake – a lake of 27 sq.m of area. The lake offers charming view extending for a far horizons. The lake abounds various types of fish and birds, which creates a wonderful natural beauty, a place of complete tranquility. Tourist ger camp.

Day 5. (July 7) Tsetserleg town – center of Arkhangai province which is one of the most beautiful Mongolia’s provinces, with mountains, cliffs, fast-flowing rivers and lush green forests. Peaks of the Khangai mountain range are seen in the south and Bulgan mountain rises sharply to the north. Visit local museum Zayiin khuree temple museum for interesting local exhibits and buddhist art works. Arrive at the Tsenkher hot -spa late afteroon and have relax hours at the resort. Tourist ger camp.

Day 6. (July 8) Arrive at the Kharkhorin – the ancient capital and one of the important sites of Mongolian history and culture. From here the Chinggis khan and his sons ruled the Great Mongolian Empire during XIII century, and it was a political and trade center through which passed legendary Silk Road, the main commerce network of whole Eurasia. Visit to Erdene Zuu monastery built on the ruins of Kharkhorin city in XVI century. Drop local market of traditional artworks and antique items. Tourist camp.

Day 7. (July 9) Bayangobi - lovely area presenting the contrast of Mongolian nature - small sand dunes, open valleys, green hills and extending mountain ranges which are seen in far horizons. Walking in the vicinity areas. Tourist ger camp.

Day 8. (July 10) We will head back to Ulaanbaatar and have overnight stay at the Hustai National Park - unique landscape that features mountain steppeland. The one and only species of wild horse, the Takhi (Prjewalski horse), which was discovered at the end of the XIX century, is being reintroduced to Mongolia in Hustai Park during last 10 years. Now the number of Takhi horses has reached up about 200. We will have an opportunity to watch Takhi wild horses at the pasture site and other wildlife within this magnificient natural park. Tourist ger camp.

Day 9-10. (July 11-12) NAADAM FESTIVALS DAYS
Early morning depart to Ulaanbaatar for colorful ceremony of Naadam festival opening in the central stadium. Attend festival activities: horse race, archery and traditional wrestling competition. We will go for a amazing performance of traditional folk song and dance. Have a visit to State department store for a beautiful souvenirs and mongolian natural products. Farewell dinner. Hotel.

Naadam festival Naadam, the national holiday of Mongolia, held annually July; great Naadam festival is a thrilling three-day sporting event that has been happening for centuries and features the ‘’three sport games of men’’, horse racing, archery and wrestling. In Chinggis Khaan’s time it happened at different times of the year, particularly in summer. Since 1922, when Sukhbaatar ordered a naadam to mark the first anniversary of the revolution on July 11 it has been held annually –from July 11-13.

Horse racing: The most impressive spectacle is surely the horse racing. The horses cover different distances according to their age. Azarga (stallions) 28km, Ikh nas (horses more than 5 years old) 30km, Soyolon(5-year olds) 25km, Khyazaalan (4-year olds) 22km, Shudlen (3-year olds) 20km and Daaga (colts to 2 years old) 15km. There are no limits on the number of horses participating; usually 200-600 horses in each race. The five winning horses are honored with a cup of mare’s milk (airag) on their neck, a khadag (respectful blue scarf) and a medal. Horses that finishes last of each race is given the title ‘’Bayan khodood’’ (full stomach), in the hope that it may be more successful next year.

Wrestling: The 512 wrestlers fight in the stadium, for the prestigious title “State Titan”. Both the “Titan” himself and the trainers, have the opportunity to choose partners during the first few rounds, thus reducing the number of less experienced wrestlers early on and creating more excitement for the final matches at the second day. The rules are very simple: The wrestling area is unrestricted; there are no weight-classes and the one who touches the ground the any part of the body, other than the feet, has lost. The winner continues to the next round. A wrestler, who defeats 5 partners, is given the title “Nachin” (means Falcon); after next one more wins, he is promoted to “Khartsaga” (means Hawk); next round’s wins called to “Zaan” (means Elephant) and after one more wins is given the title “Garid” (means Garuda). The ultimate winner of the competition is the “Arslan” (means Lion); and a wrestler who wins the national Naadam more than once, is called “Awarga” (means Titan). At the beginning of the third, fifth and seventh rounds of the match, the trainers sing praises to the wrestlers of their group, and of the titles that they have previously won. The winning wrestler imitated the flight of an eagle, swinging his arms around and touches the muscles of his legs with his hands. The loser has to stand under the wings of the proud winner. The wrestlers wear tight pants and a small vest with arms across the shoulders, which barely cover their well-trained bodies. An old legend says that a woman once won the fight.

Archery: Mongols are almost born with the archery skills, an integral part of nomads lifestyle. From the very childhood such qualities as perfect eyesight, measurement, patience and strength are nourished to develop a good archer. Mongolian bows are very tight ones, so that it requires a pure strength to stretch it out. As a rule, several teams of archers compete. Each team of 5-7 archers should hit 33 leather cylinders from a distance of 75 meters. The team, beating out first all cylinders qualifies for the next round with the number of targets sharply reduced. The last round involves only three cylinders. During the tournament, judges stand in two sides next to the target. Each time, an archer prepares for a shot, they would start slowly the so called Uukhai song. As soon as the arrow hits the target, the song's melody changes and an experienced archer immediately learns about how many cylinders were hit.

Day 11. (July 13) Transfer to the Airport and Depart Ulaanbaatar.

Ulaanbaatar-Amarbayasgalant monastery- Ogii lake-Tsetserleg, Arkhangai province- Kharkhorin Erdenezuu monastery-Bayan gobi- Khustai national park-Ulaanbaatar
Гол үзэх зүйлүүд
• Naadam festival
• Ancient monasteries
• Natural hot spa
• Wonderful nature
• Wild life
• Nomad family stay
Аялалын үнэ

Group size

Price / Per Person

3-5 pax 1350 eu
6-10 pax 1280 eu
11-15 pax 1200 eu
Үргэлжлэн хугацаа

11 days/10 nights:

• 3 nights in hotel
• 6 night in tourist camp
• 1 nights in nomad family

 Газрын зураг
 Аялалын үнэнд орсон
• Accommodation: Hotel***,* ger camp, camp
• Guiding and interpreting service
• Full board meals
• omestic flight
• Transport: vehicle 4x4 or minivan
• Entrance fees to protected areas and national parks
• Museums and cultural performance
 Аялалын үнэнд ороогүй
• Accommodation: Hotel***,* ger camp, camp
• Guiding and interpreting service
• Full board meals
• omestic flight
• Transport: vehicle 4x4 or minivan
• Entrance fees to protected areas and national parks
• Museums and cultural performance
 Аялагчын сэтгэгдэл

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