Mongolia Expeditions jeep tours are designed to give you an experience of the cultural essence of Mongolians while traveling across Mongolia’s vast and untouched lands. There is usually no dominating activity but a collection of everything: horse riding, camel riding, hiking, canoeing, driving, meeting people, visiting places etc.

A striking fact about traveling across Mongolia is that you can cover hundreds of miles without seeing anyone. To get to the “middle of nowhere” you do not need to go to a remotest corner of Mongolia. Just outside of the capital Ulaanbaatar you come across a laid-back, patient way of life.

Harsh climate and severe struggle with elements have shaped extremely friendly and tough people whose lifestyle depends on nature and animals.

In the nomadic society there is a set of prohibitions meant to avoid harming the spirits of nature, who provide the very existence of people. You will learn about these and other customs while on our cultural tours..

Across Khangai Mt.Range To Khuvsgul Lake Jeep Tour

12 days jeep tour. Cross the Khangai mountain range and reach the Khuvsgul lake which is 267 meters deep and holds 2% of worlds fresh water reserves. On its shore lives a disappearing tribe of Tsaatan who still worship shamanism and live out of domes...

The Classic Gobi Jeep Tour

11 days jeep tour. Starting off from the capital of Genghis Khan traverse the legendary Gobi desert. Visit its rich dinosaur fossils sites and natural contrasts. Vast open spaces with dancing mirages and herds of camels, green meadows beneath towerin...

Beyond the Explored Gobi Desert Jeep Tour

14 days jeep tour. From the capital of Genghis Khan, drive to unexplored corners of the Gobi desert, follow trails of dinosaur hunters. This remote and inaccessible area is home to wild asses, wild camels and desert gazelles and entertains visitors w...

Sights and Sounds of Mongolia Jeep Tour

13 day overland driving tour. The tour offers an exploration of what Mongolians call "Khangai", the land of forested mountains, clear lakes and streams. It is populated by nomadic herders whose way of life has changed little since many centuries. The...