Tours

You'll feel ecstatic and elated by treading across flamming cliffs famous for the discovery of dinosaur fossils, visiting a camel breeder's family or by being served by hospitable Gobi nomads. Our adventure tours will provide you with companionship, learning, breathtaking landscapes, exquisite food, and a chance to become acquainted with a country of insurmountable scenic and cultural beauty.

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Welcome to Mongolia

The vast expanses of the steppes, the untouched pristine nature, the beauty and wonder of the Mongolian scenery coupled with the Mongolian nomadic lifestyle and renowned hospitality have been the major attractions for all to our country.

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About Us

Idre Hostel has been working in ecotourism since 1996 and it was one of the first to provide budget accommodation and package tours for independent travelers in Mongolia.

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This wonderful overland driving trip takes you to natural and cultural wonders in the Central Mongolia: the hidden pristine lake Terkh and the stunning Khorgo volcano, the legendary capital city Kharkhorin, Khogno Khaan & Khustai National Park and amazing Terelj National Park.
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This fantastic trip will take you to the historic sites from the Great Mongolian Empire in the heart of the world.
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Lake Khovsgol is known as Dark Blue Pearl among beautiful mountains.
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Gobi Desert is a land of dinosaurs and it is the home for camel breeders rich with wildlife and vegetation. Dinosaur skeletons and their petrified eggs have been preserved here to the present day.
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Western Mongolia holds some of Asia's most beautiful and unspoiled wilderness, where the snow-capped Altai Mountains tower above remote forests, lakes, and rivers.
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Our short tour itineraries are great for people who stop over Mongolia just for few days. But these itineraries still let you discover nomadic life style and landscape outside of Ulaanbaatar.
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Do you want to hire a vehicle for your trip in Mongolia and to create your own adventure? Then Idre Tour offers you great selection of vehicles /from economy to luxury/ with experienced drivers to make your tour safe and pleasant.
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This combined destination is great for people who eager to experience typical nomadic life style and enjoy the wonderful landscape in Mongolia.
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Are you looking for unique adventure in Mongolia? And you want to feel what a real nomadic is?
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Flights to/from Mongolia

Nowadays getting to Mongolia from different parts of the world is becoming easier and easier thanks to the Mongolian and other Foreign Airlines like Air China, Korean Air.

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Trains to/from Mongolia

Trans Mongolian Route - is not arguably the most interesting route. Journey takes 5 days to get from to Ulaanbaatar, capital of Mongolia. (Trans -Siberian Train)

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Applying for a visa

This page tells you more information about Mongolian visa or visas of Mongolia. Mongolian visa is not required by every tourist visiting the country, as due to some mutual

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Getting around Mongolia

A vast, sparsely populated country with little infrastructure, Mongolia relies on air transport. There are a few airlines that have flights to some provinces.

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Medical Info

This is a partial list of medical services available in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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Climate of Mongolia

Mongolia has an extreme continental climate with long, cold winters and short summers. There are 257 cloudless sunny days a year and is known to the world as a country of

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Food & Drinks

Mongolian food is particular which depends on the country`s harsh climate and old aged nomadic culture. And have specific method to prepare food.

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The Lunar New Year Celebration

The festival of the lunar New Year, Tsagaan Sar, is celebrated in or around February depending on the Mongolian lunar calendar. Tsagaan Sar, meaning White Month or Moon, is one of the main two big public annual events, next to the Nadaam. It marks the end of Winter and the beginning of spring and the new year´s cycle.

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Nomads Winter Events

Each March Mongolians celebrate the Ice Festival around the lake Khuvsgul, legendary Eagle Festival and the Thousand Camel Festival in the Gobi desert. The festivals involve a variety of activities and competitions. The Ice festival is also a shamanistic ceremony offering fascinating insight into reindeer people's way of life. Historically, nomadic Kazakhs depended on Golden Eagles for hunting. The Thousand Camel Festival includes a camel race, a polo competition and folklore.

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