If you’re looking for historical and cultural travel experience out in Mongolia’s pristine nature, this is the trip for you! Imagine yourself transported back to the 12th and 13th centuries to the birthplace of Temujin, where he grew up and became Chinggis Khan in 1206 after uniting various warring nomadic tribes of the eastern Eurasian steppe on the Mongolian plateau before founding the largest contiguous land empire in the world. This is a pivotal time in world history that would change the face of Earth for hundreds of years to come. During the Mongol Empire’s peak, there was a period historians refer to as “Pax Mongolica” when there was relative peace amongst conquered nations under one rule, facilitating trade and exchange of ideas across the Silk Road between eastern and western cultures. You will also get a chance to see how Mongolian nomads are living today with their large herds of livestock. The tradition of animal husbandry and pastoral nomadic lifestyle has not changed much since the time of Chinggis Khan.

Chinggis Khan's Historical Trail
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Departing: 01-06-2024

Finishing: 30-09-2024

Status: Open

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Single ger and hotel room extra:
  • 2 overnights at 4* hotel in UB (twin)
  • 3 overnights at the Ger camp (twin/triple)
  • 1 overnight at the local hotel (twin)
  • All indicated meals  ( B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner )
  • Drinking water
  • All visits, NP fee and sightseeing fees
  • Comfortable 4x4 van including gasoline with experienced driver
  • English speaking guide
  • All airport transfers
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional activities
  • Meals not indicated
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Visa to Mongolia
  • International flights &Travels
  • Hotel early check-in and late check-out
  • Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
Travel information:
  • Visit Chinggis Khan statue complex
  • Visit Khukh Lake (Blue Lake) where Temujin was enthroned as “Khan” of united nomadic tribes of Mongolia
  • Visit Jargalant deer stone
  • Visit the historical birthplace of Temujin (Chinggis Khan)
Day 1 Arrival in Mongolia

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the bustling capital of Mongolia. Our representative will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to a centrally located hotel. After settling into your room, meet your guide in the lobby for a walking city tour to the main square and nearby museums. Then attend an evening show of traditional performances followed by a welcome dinner.

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  • Hotel
Day 2 Drive to the Khukh Lake via Chinggis Khan statue

Drive 54 km east from Ulaanbaatar, the capital, to the Chinggis Khan statue complex. It is a 40-meter (130 ft) tall, stainless-steel statue of mounted Chinggis Khan and the world’s largest equestrian statue. Once you go inside, there is a souvenir shop, restaurant, and small museum. A lift takes you to a flight of stairs leading up to back of the horse’s head where you can get a panoramic view of the surrounding steppe. Afterwards, drive further east to the Khukh Lake (Blue Lake) where Temujin was enthroned as “Khan” of united nomadic tribes of Mongolia and given the title “Chinggis Khan” in 1189.

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  • Ger camp
  • Drive: 225 km
Day 3 Drive to Binder town via Jargalant deer stone

We will drive towards Binder town, stopping over at Jargalant deer stone on the way. Deer stones are monuments found across Mongolia dating back to the Bronze Age, inscribed with stylized imagery usually of deer and other designs.

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  • Ger camp
  • Drive: 220 km
Day 4 Legendary birthplace of Chinggis Khan

Dadal region of Khentii province is regarded as the historical birthplace of Temujin. As written in the “Secret History of the Mongols”, Temujin was born at the junction of Onon and Balj rivers near Deluun Boldog in 1162. Dadal region is a gorgeous area with pristine rivers, lakes, and forest. Here stands a monument erected in 1962 dedicated for the 800th anniversary of Temujin’s birth.

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  • Ger camp
  • Drive: 170 km
Day 5 Drive to Chinggis town

Drive to Chinggis town, capital of Khentii province. Undurkhan was the name of the town until it was changed to Chinggis city in 2013, honoring the founder of the Mongol Empire who was born and possibly buried within this same province.

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  • Local hotel
  • Drive: 255 km
Day 6 Return to Ulaanbaatar

Drive to Ulaanbaatar. Have lunch on the way. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and rest until farewell dinner.


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  • Hotel
  • Drive: 340 km
Day 7 Departure

Pick up from the hotel and transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

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