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The Nomad 2020

Days
13
Westbound
Ulaanbatar to Moscow
Countries
Mongolia + Russia
Distance
7,865 km
Code
NDUM

Consider yourself as the ultimate nomad? This is the journey for you. Discover dinosaurs and dunes in the Gobi, contemplate the tranquility of the Orkhon Valley and marvel at the ancient capital of Mongolia at Kharkhorin.  You might even end up speaking Mongolian by the end of this journey. Az jargaltai ayalal! (Happy Travels!)

Itinerary

Dates & prices

Departing
26 March 2020
Finish
07 April 2020
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,130
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Departing
21 May 2020
Finish
02 June 2020
Availability
Guaranteed
Total from USD
$2,165
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Departing
24 June 2020
Finish
06 July 2020
Availability
Guaranteed
Total from USD
$2,215
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Departing
03 September 2020
Finish
15 September 2020
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,130
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Departing
25 March 2021
Finish
06 April 2021
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,215
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Departing
20 May 2021
Finish
01 June 2021
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,215
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Departing
24 June 2021
Finish
06 July 2021
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,215
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Departing
02 September 2021
Finish
14 September 2021
Availability
Available
Total from USD
$2,215
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Inclusions

Group size

12 people maximum. Big enough to form a posse, small enough to give you space.

Accommodation nights

2 hostels (shared), 4 ger camp (shared), 1 Siberian guesthouse (shared), 5 train (4-berth).

Tickets and transfers

All train tickets and included. Once you have joined the group, all arrival transfers are included.

Sightseeing

With no pre-arranged sightseeing, you have complete freedom to roam. Stay with your group or explore on your own.

Expertise

Our friendly bunch of specialist Travel Advisors are hand to support you with all the essentials, such as travel insurance, flights, Visa applications and destination information.

The days on the train were an unexpected highlight. Eating noodles, meeting local people, drinking, playing games and looking at the changing landscapes. Just do it, and do it now!

Raissa Welten, Netherlands

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