Magnificent Mongolia with Golden Eagle Festival - Mudita Adventures
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OCTOBER 2 - 9, 2024

Magnificent Mongolia with Golden Eagle Festival

From: $ 2,899.00

Magnificent Mongolia with Golden Eagle Festival

Big skies, cultural festivities and wide-open adventure is what our Mongolia trip is all about. On this trip, we’l gallop with nomadic families across emerald steppes, look up at the same cerulean skies as the ancient  Genghis Khan’s. We’ll swap stories with eagle hunters over steaming bowls of horse milk tea (yum!). In Mongolia, adventure isn’t found, it’s lived. Join us at one of the world’s wildest festivals, the Golden Eagle Festival, in a truly epic setting.

8 days
Adventure Level
  • Tour Date
    October 2 - 9 , 2024
  • Arrival City
  • Departure City
  • Included
    All National Park Entrance Fees
    All Breakfasts
    Mudita T-Shirt
    Domestic Flights
    Supporting Ger Community
    All Accommodation
    Ground Transportation
    Ulaanbaatar City Tour
    Experienced Guide 24/7
    Eagle Festival Entrance
    Some Lunch & Dinners
    Visit with Eagle Hunters
    Horse Riding with Eagle Hunters (optional)
  • Not Included
    Some Lunch and Dinners
    International Airfare
    Travel Insurance
    Airport Transfers
  • Attend one of the coolest festivals in the world, in a country that most people never get to visit.
  • Make a genuine positive impact with our partnership with a community in Ulaanbaatar.
  • Explore Altai Tavan Bogd National Park and the Altai Mountain range, where Mongolia, China, Russia, and Kazakhstan converge.
  • Spend the night in a traditional but comfortable ger with a local herder family, experiencing authentic Mongolian culture.
  • Uncover the best of Ulaanbaatar with our community based tourism partner and learn about the incredible history of the Khaan dynasty.
Magnificent Mongolia with Golden Eagle Festival As always with our Mudita Adventure trips, where other companies sell the tickets and use all the money as profit, we fund local projects. Here, in Mongolia, we’re working with a local NGO where we’ll be providing running water to a developing community currently living in gers/yurts (modified tents). During our time in Ulaanbaatar, we’ll visit the projects that we’ve funded, hear from the local stakeholders just how your money has helped and witness the results of the work in action. This project is one that Johnny and Josh have been planning for ages!

Day 1

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar anytime. We’ll meet for a briefing at 6pm to explain the trip, the volunteering and the adventure ahead before a group dinner and drinks to get to know your fellow travellers.

Day 2

After brekky, we’ll head on our private bus to our partner community where we’re funding the new running water and toilets.
We’ll have a tour of the real side of Mongolia, that tourists don’t get to visit. And we’ll witness the amazing work our partner NGO is doing here. As well as, of course, seeing the actual projects we’ve funded. Responsible tourism in action. Thank you everyone.

Day 3

After what is often an emotional day at our projects, it’s time to begin to explore Mongolia. First up, is a full day tour of Ulan Bataar.
We’ll start with the majestic Gandantegchinlen Monastery, soak in history at the National Museum of Mongolia, and marvel at the grandeur of Sukhbaatar Square. We’ll have a traditional Mongolian lunch, then explore the Zaisan Memorial for panoramic city views. Ending our day browsing through the State Department Store, a perfect spot for cool handicrafts. A finish up in a local Mongolian bar no doubt!

Day 4

THE MAIN EVENT. A real bucket list day. We hop on a flight to waaaaaay West, to the extreme west of Mongolia, to Olgi. The country’s only Muslim and Kazakh-majority aimag, and just 40km from the Kazakhstan border
Here, we’ll dive into the heart of Mongolian culture with Day 1 of our 2 days at the November Eagle Festival. Our adventure begins with the awe-inspiring opening ceremony, featuring a procession of eagle hunters clad in their finest traditional Kazakh attire, setting the stage for what’s to come.
The first day is packed with competitions showcasing the hunters’ symbiotic relationship with their eagles, highlighting eagle calling and the artistry of hunting techniques against the backdrop of Mongolia’s stunning landscape.


Day 5

The excitement builds on the second day, focusing on the eagles’ agility and speed, as they dive at incredible speeds to catch bait on command.
Between events, we’ll be deep in authentic Kazakh culture through folk music, dance performances, and storytelling sessions. We’ll hit up the nomadic ger tents for a glimpse into traditional living.
The festival concludes with a grand award ceremony, honoring the eagle hunters’ dedication and skill, leaving you with memories of Mongolia’s rich heritage and the majestic beauty of its eagles.

Day 6

We’re not done yet! Now we’re out here in Western Mongolia, we want to make the most of it. So we’re heading to the Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, a national park that almost zero foreigners get to.
Today we will drive to Oigor valley gateway of Altai tavan bogd national park En-route we will have lunch on the way. Today we will stay at local nomad family guest ger. We will visit their home and see how Mongolia’s Kazakh nomadic herders are living nowadays and get a peek into their lifestyle.


Day 7

Drive to Tavan Bogd National Park, named after Mongolia’s highest peaks. Tavan Bogd literally means “Five Saints” and these peaks form part of the Altai Mountain range, where Mongolia, China, Russia, and Kazakhstan converge. Here we can get a panoramic view of these majestic snowcapped peaks. Mongolia’s highest point is the Khuiten summit standing at 4,374 meters above sea level. After visit, we will drive back to Ulgii town


Day 8

 And we’re done! Fly out anytime today