15 days in Mongolia Itinerary

15 days in Mongolia Itinerary

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Ulaanbaatar

— 13 nights
The capital and largest city in the country, Ulaanbaatar stands as Mongolia's transport, cultural, and commercial hub.
Step out of Ulaanbaatar to go to Gorkhi Terelj National Park and see Ariyabal Meditation Temple, which is approximately 1h 35 min away. Spend the 3rd (Sat) exploring nature at Gorkhi-Terelj National Park. categoryPhrases.sentence.On_the_day_spend_an_exhilarating_day_on_the_slopes_at. And it doesn't end there: take an in-depth tour of National History Museum, contemplate the long history of Gandantegchenling Monastery, appreciate the history behind Zaisan Memorial, and examine the collection at Choijin Lama Temple Museum.

For more things to do, ratings, maps, and more tourist information, use the Ulaanbaatar trip planner.

Detroit, USA to Ulaanbaatar is an approximately 24.5-hour flight. You can also fly. You'll lose 13 hours traveling from Detroit to Ulaanbaatar due to the time zone difference. Expect slightly colder temperatures when traveling from Detroit in April; daily highs in Ulaanbaatar reach 50°F and lows reach 26°F. You'll have a few hours on the 15th (Thu) to wrap things up before traveling home.

Things to do in Ulaanbaatar

Outdoors · Tours · Parks · Museums

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Mongolia travel guide

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Monuments · National Parks · History Museums
Land of the Blue Sky
An active outdoor vacation in Mongolia lets you get away from the modern world and explore a lifestyle long forgotten almost everywhere else on the planet. This sprawling "Land of the Blue Sky" extends between Russia and China, with a vast steppe populated by a just few hardy nomadic tribes. Remote and isolated for most of the 20th century, Mongolia now represents one of the world's burgeoning travel destinations, appealing to hikers, campers, and nature lovers of all ages. Used to the nomadic life, locals easily bond with foreign visitors and proudly gush about their country's awe-inspiring landscapes of steppes, mountains, and lakes, all with a wealth of wildlife and exotic plants.