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Gobi Desert
The Gobi, meaning 'Stoney' Desert living up to its name!; Mongolia

Gobi Desert

Gobi Desert Adventure Holidays

Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads – Eagle Festival

Kazakh eagle hunters

Wild Mongolia – from nomadic culture to eagle hunting


Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads

Mongolian Yurt
13 Days from £ 3,099

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Journey through Mongolia's vast lands dotted by nomadic camps


Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads – Naadam Festival

At the horse race, Mongolia
15 Days from £ 3,699

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Journey through Mongolia's vast open lands dotted by nomadic camps under a massive sky before witnessing the Naadam Festival.

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Mongolia Golden Eagle Festival

Kazakh eagle hunters
17 Days from £ 4,399
£ 4,179

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

From Mongolia's vast steppe to eagle hunting in the Altai Mountains


This was a great trip to Mongolia, somewhere I have wanted to visit for a long time and it didn’t disappoint. The trip encompassed both the steppes and the Gobi, photos of which don’t seem to do the country justice! The Ger camps were great fun, and visiting the nomad families gave a fascinating insight and understanding into a completely different way of life.

Linsey Miller Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads

This is an amazing adventure, from lush green steppe to mountains, sand dunes and Gobi plains. There are temples, excellent museums and the modern city of Ulaanbaatar ,and of course the Naadam festival. One of the best Exodus trips I have done.

Lesley Greenhill Mongolia: Steppes, Deserts & Nomads – Naadam Festival

Fantastic trip. We travelled (admittedly some long drives) through the flat landscapes, dodging large herds of goats and sheep as well as horses and camels. Four visits to various nomad families gave us insights into their ways of life, and we sampled fermented cows’, mares’, and camels’ milk. We watched one family milk the mares, and rode camels near the sand dunes. Visits to Buddhist temples and museums gave us additional insights. The bronze age petroglyphs were a highlight, particularly those of tigers. The best bit was at the end of the trip, when we attended the Golden Eagle Festival. Watching men and women interact with their eagles was amazing, as were the other events, such as the tug-of-war with a goat skin.

Chrys Tremththanmor Mongolia Golden Eagle Festival