Terelj National Park | Trans-siberian Railway |  Mongolia

Terelj NP & Ger Camp

from   $ 295

Just a short distance from Ulaan Baatar is the beautiful Terelj National Park, a wonderful landscape of pine covered cliffs, grassy steppe and giant granite rocks which have been eroded by the elements into bizarre shapes, such as Turtle Rock. In this scenic setting, where opportunities for outdoor pursuits abound, camp out in a traditional Mongolian ger (a sturdy wood and felt tent) and explore the beautiful surrounds. Upon arrival into Ulaan Baatar transfer to Terelj National Park visiting Turtle Rock en route. Spend 2 nights in a traditional ger camp within the park, visit a local nomadic family and enjoy free time, allowing you to relax, trek or perhaps explore this beautiful region on horseback. The next day transfer back to Ulaan Baatar.

Prices Dates  Price/Person   Single Supp. 
Terelj NP & Ger Camp All Dates $295 $40

Additional Information

Starts/ends: Ulaan Baatar
This add-on is only available on Trans-Siberian journeys which have a stopover in Ulaan Baatar. Your 2 night stay at the ger camp is in place of 2 of the nights spent in Ulaan Baatar, not in addition to
Prices shown are ‘per person’, based on 2 or more persons travelling. If travelling solo, please enquire as others may already be booked on the trip. If not a ‘1-person’ supplement will apply. All prices are indicative and may vary depending on time of travel.
Due to extreme weather, clients undertaking this add-on during the winter can decide upon arrival whether to stay in permanent accommodation or a Mongolian ger

What's Included

2 nights ger camping in Terelj National Park
A visit to a nomadic family and Turtle Rock
Return transfer from Ulaan Bataar to Terelj National Park
Services of a local guide
2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners
Note: Due to train times only 2 lunches included on westbound journeys from Beijing
Available On:
Journeys from Beijing
Journeys from Moscow
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