Mongolia is an off the beaten path type of destination that can be a challenge to get to. Sometimes the Trans-Mongolian railway is the closest people get to 'seeing' Mongolia. Some people report being on the Trans-Mongolian for less than 10 hours, and immediately begin to wonder why they decided to spend 7 days on a train. Visiting Mongolia by itself though, is an experience in itself, and our standalone Mongolia Tour will have you exploring all the best things to see in Mongolia as well as its incredible Naadam Festival, a celebration of Mongolian culture.
Join us for our inaugural trip to the little-known Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan! Sandwiched between India and China, Bhutan has maintained an utterly unique culture from most of the rest of the world, having firmly resisted aspects of modernisation for decades and paying particular attention to cultural heritage and natural preservation. Being an absolute monarchy (led by the ‘Dragon King’ no less), Bhutan has found it comparatively easy to maintain a culture some might see as ‘archaic’, but that is slowly changing.
There are two Mongolia’s, the independent Republic of Mongolia and the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia, technically part of China. Their histories and cultures have diverged in some drastically different ways, so it hardly seems fair to only visit one on our (hyperlink to the other Mongolia tour). We’re giving you the chance to visit both back-to-back, or even just this one as a standalone adventure!
This epic summer adventure is 18 days in duration and takes in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. For those wishing to add a two day extension to Everest Basecamp please let us know.
Join us for our Tibet Tour with an (optional) Everest Base Camp extension. This tour will take place in the magical city of Lhasa. It also features of the world’s most remarkable scenery with an added adventure to Namba Villages and Namtso Lake.