Nomadic Family Homestay (5 days)
Mongolian meat dumplings.

Nomadic Family Homestay (5 days)

6 Tage
5 Nächte
1 - 11 travelers
May 1st, 2024 - September 30th, 2024


Our dedicated Driver and Guide are eagerly anticipating your arrival at the airport. Our initial destination? The historical gem of Karakorum, Mongolia's ancient capital dating back to the 13th century. Here, the Erdene-Zuu Monastery takes the spotlight – a UNESCO World Heritage site and the oldest Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. Envision a serene stroll through this historical marvel, adorned with intricate stone carvings, 108 stupas, ancient thangka paintings, and Buddhist scriptures – a profound immersion in Mongolia's cultural tapestry.

As the day unfolds in Karakorum, we'll retreat to the Ger Camp, seamlessly nestled against the natural contours of the Mongolian landscape. Offering both comfort and a touch of rustic charm, this camp provides a perfect blend of adventure and relaxation, ensuring your journey is both enriching and rejuvenating.

Now, let's focus on the heartwarming daily life of our local herder family. Picture waking up in their traditional ger, adorned with vibrant nomadic aesthetics. The day kicks off with the melodic sounds of animals and the family preparing for a day intricately woven with nature.

Breakfast unfolds as a delightful celebration of flavors, featuring dairy delights sourced directly from the family's livestock. From Mongolian yogurt to tangy cheese and chewy dried curds, each bite invites you to savor the rich heritage of nomadic culinary traditions.

As the day unfolds, join the herder family in their unhurried routine. Contribute to the herding of sheep, feel the soft wool, and marvel at the vast Mongolian landscape stretching before you. Dive into the essence of nomadic life by engaging with the ger, the family's traditional home, and perhaps even try your hand at crafting souvenirs. These activities offer an intimate connection with Mongolian heritage, one trinket at a time.

Participate in the delicate art of crafting souvenirs, a skill passed down through generations. Whether weaving intricate patterns or fashioning unique trinkets, these activities provide hands-on insight into the cultural legacy of the Mongolian people. Throughout the day, witness the family's unwavering commitment to their animals, ensuring their well-being and embodying the essence of nomadic living.

As the sun gracefully sets on the expansive Mongolian horizon, gather around a crackling fire with the herder family. Share stories, laughter, and perhaps even experience the beauty of a traditional Mongolian song or two. Dinner becomes a heartwarming affair, featuring locally sourced ingredients and recipes handed down through generations.

These intricate details offer a more immersive glimpse into the historical wonders of Karakorum and the authentic daily life of a local herder family. This isn't just a journey; it's a Mongolian adventure where history, culture, and nature converge in a truly captivating manner

Verfügbare Tourdaten

2023-05-16 - 2023-09-20

2024-05-01 - 2024-09-30


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    Day 1 - Arrival

    Drive to Karakorum from the airport Activity: Explore Erdene-Zuu Monastery, the largest in the country, filled with centuries-old Buddhist art. Meal: Lunch, Dinner

    Day 2 - Nomadic Family Stay

    Drive to Local Family Stay Activity: Settle in with a local herder family for a unique three-day experience. Embrace Mongolian hospitality, witness daily life, savor authentic Mongolian cuisine, and connect with the heart of Mongolia. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 3 - Nomadic Family Stay

    Local Family Stay Activity: Start the day with a traditional Mongolian breakfast, featuring dairy delights. Participate in crafting souvenirs and learn the art of making dairy products like Aaruul (Dried Curd), immersing yourself in Mongolian culinary traditions. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 4 - Ulaanbaatar

    Local Family Stay Activity: Live and think like a Nomad, following the family's daily routine. Engage in tasks such as feeding animals, herding sheep, and participating in milking sessions. Experience an authentic nomad's daily life deeply connected to nature and community. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 5 - Departure

    Drive back to Ulaanbaatar from Local Family Stay Activity: Return to Ulaanbaatar, expressing gratitude to the local family for their hospitality. Reflect on the invaluable memories and the deepened understanding of Mongolia and its culture. Meal: Breakfast

Nomadic Family Homestay (5 days)
1Erwachsene, 0 Kinder