Rensina van den Heuvel is a regular traveler to Mongolia, and loves sharing Mongolia with others. Read more of her stories here
2-23 July 2018
All inclusive price $2000USD excluding international airfaires
We will do some walks, experience nomadic life, live together communally, cook together and ‘feel’ the Mongolian steppe.
A couple of nights in the city, we will see a Mongolian Song and Dance Performance, the awesome Mongolian National History Museum, visit the Ghengis Khan Horse Memorial and spend many nights on the steppe and in the countryside, where we can dwell in nature and view some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere on earth.
This is a raw and real experience of Mongolia so will suit naturalists, photographers and people who love the outdoors and appreciate the wildness of this land. I have travelled overland in Mongolia every year for 8 years and have built strong relationships with the local people.
Each year we take quality Childrens and Baby clothes and lots of warm knitted beanies to give as gifts to remote families. Please join me.
This is an Alcohol free Trip. The trip is for women and men.
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