Mensaje para cualquier agencia de viajes global en línea y fuera de línea
Como una joven empresa de gestión de destinos (DMC) en Mongolia, siempre estamos buscando socios globales, les gustaría ofrecer viajes exóticos a Mongolia en una asociación B2B con nosotros.
Nuestro equipo de viajes tiene experiencia y también ha acompañado a los delegados durante su viaje a Mongolia. Nuestro equipo habla con fluidez varios idiomas (inglés, alemán, turco y otros) y trabaja muy profesionalmente.
Actualmente tenemos un tour de promoción en oferta por 11 días.
Para la tarifa B2B, contáctenos por correo electrónico.
Por supuesto, también podemos ofrecer tours a medida, especiales para los deseos de los clientes.
Puede encontrar más información sobre nosotros en nuestro sitio web en inglés www.hunnu-mongolia.com
En nuestro video tráiler actual también puede ver cómo un viaje con nosotros sería como https://youtu.be/ZLh7JIP58aA
Si usted es una agencia de viajes y tiene preguntas, háganoslo saber.
Agencia de viajes Hunnu Mongolia
So if you are travelling to Mongolia make sure to spend some days in Ulaanbaatar for the aforementioned particularities and all the other things there are to discover. If you take the winter palace of Bogdh Khaan for example, it is an absolute highlight of ancient architecture directly within the city. Unfortunately not all sights are in the center; nonetheless some of the most beautiful are close to Ulaanbaatar. What you can also find close by are a large number of luxurious ger-camps that give you an impression of life in the 13th century. Of course they are all made to serve as tourist attractions but everything you see is made with a love for detail and for conveying the high quality of Mongolian craftsmanship and in general the old Mongolian way of life. Another must-see here is also the huge Chinggis Khaan Statue surrounded by untouched nature. It is here where I saw an almost extinct Mongolian dog named Arslan (Bankhar, Baatar, Bars, Baavgai) for the first time. Unfortunately I never saw that kind of dog anywhere else in Mongolia as its population has decreased considerably. I was very disappointed that I didn’t manage to take any pictures of the dog.
Unfortunately it is impossible to reach these areas with public transport since the infrastructure still has its way to go. Without a car and a driver you can’t really get anywhere and you should not rely on train or bus as they will not take you far. You could try to rent a car but it might not work as local rental stations unwillingly rent cars to inexperienced tourists wanting to go off road. You would get a vehicle though at the known international car rental stations but you should keep in mind that the navigation system does not depict all streets and it would be a mistake to have the expectation that we have from a European, American or even Chinese navigation system. The reason for this is that there are only a few asphalt roads connecting the towns and no highways at all. But of course Mongolia is not known for that but especially loved for the off-road experiences it has to offer.
You simply have to be willing to engage into an extraordinary adventure that will take you through wide terrains, guide you over lakes, will let you stuck in mud or sand und experience many more unexpected surprises that you would never have thought of. This is Mongolia, a great adventure that you will never forget!
It is not only the continuously growth of the city with new buildings popping up everywhere, but the capital is also transforming to a modern city for young people. One may find numerous cafes, stores, clubs and other attractions for the young as well as entertainment centers and amusement parks for the children. Personally I enjoyed the National Museum of Mongolia where I could admire the ancient findings from the time of the Hunnu (Xiong-nu) and the Ashina-Clan. The Dinosaur museum was also a must see, especially for my daughter, as this museum houses the biggest dinosaur fossil collection in the entire world.
My wife on the other hand was thrilled by the open air shaman center that lies in the heart of the city. It is a spiritual location, a holy mountain from the time of the Hunnes, blessed by shamans from around the world as sacred ground. Here you can spend a lot of time observing shaman rituals. But caution is required as this is a sacred place full of small surprises, so one should better not leave the existing path. We saw a snake there that had just caught itself a mouse. The snake was small but for us tourists it was mere invisible until Khangai pointed it out for us. Unfortunately this place is almost covered these days by the high buildings built around it and the construction companies claiming every free spot in the city. Hence this religious place is hardly viewable from the outside and has become somehow an insider gem that fortunately can still be visited.
In matters of food you will have no trouble finding a restaurant in Ulaanbaatar suiting your taste. You will find a big variety reaching from traditional Mongolian cuisine, to Korean, Turkish delicacies or Halal food. Fast-food eateries are also becoming a thing and so you can buy döner kebap, pizza and the tourist attraction Mongolian Barbecue almost everywhere. I loved the Mongolian cuisine that resembled western food a lot but had a spectacular taste!
If you are a vegetarian, it is easy to find a restaurant were no meat is being cooked in the capital. When travelling outside of Ulaanbaatar better take some meat-free food with you from the city before leaving. In the worst case you will have to eat a bunch of really sweet pastry sold in the small stores that you can find along the Steppe. Mongols usually eat meat and it is through tourists that they learned that there are people who can’t or don’t want to eat meat. So a vegetarian might be new to them but they will do anything to help you not to starve. If you are a vegan though, it will be hard to find nuts or vegetable in the Steppe to ensure a balanced diet. So if you don’t bring enough food from the city you might have to prepare yourself to a period of fasting. What you could also do, is ask the locals to prepare you dumplings without filling or fry them only with onions – that shouldn’t be a problem.
For years now we have been travelling in central Asia and have gathered many impressions. Ulaanbaatar might not be a very big capital but it was extremely interesting for us as the Mongolian culture and tradition flows into the everyday life of the city’s inhabitants.
Our journey has started in a good way but we still weren’t sure about one thing: how our 8-year old daughter would cope with the trip. First of all it is a really long flight for a child at her age and furthermore we were visiting a country where she would have a language barrier. Good thing is that we have a friend living in Mongolia who used to live in Germany and so we could communicate with Khangai and his family in German and in English. This helped to increase our daughter’s interest in the trip and she could join all activities with curiosity and joy. We sadly noticed that there were no other tourist-children to be seen anywhere even though Mongolia is such a child-friendly country. It might have to do with the quite expensive flight costs that parents decide not to take their children with them. Because besides that there is no other reason not to take your child with you as there might not be another country as tranquil and peaceful as Mongolia. A trip to Mongolia is for a child a cultural enrichment on one hand and a healthy withdrawal from hi-tech and computer games on the other. Parents could give their children the chance to experience and enjoy the solitude in nature. From a visit at a nomadic camp the children would learn how well people can get along with only a minimum of food diversity and technological facilities compared to our overfilled lives. Language barriers are no actual obstacle for children to quickly make friends with the locals. You parents will be surprised to see how creative the children can be together in coming up with games using only a few and simple things given to them in order to have fun.
Ulaanbaatar is a rapidly growing city and it will soon be a metropolis. In my opinion it is good that Mongolia is working its way towards economical independence even if the nomadic life is being inhibited this way. You can see this in the fact that half of the Mongolian people live in the capital and the rest is scattered throughout the land living as nomads. This is one more reason that makes Mongolia such an extraordinary travel destination: the population living all over this vast country hardly reaches the number of people living in Berlin. Here you can be sure that if you are not in the capital or a couple other bigger towns you will not cross path with anyone else on your journey. Thus an exciting time expects you and your travel companion, with indescribable nature, endless horizons and many animals. Concerning animals, Mongolia is a paradise for birds of prey as you can see as many as stray cats in Turkey.
Message for any Global Online and Offline Travel Agency
As a young Destination Management Company (DMC) in Mongolia we are looking always for Global Partners, they would like to offer exotic trips to Mongolia in a B2B partnership with us.
Our travel team is experienced and has also accompanied delegates during their Mongolia trip. Our team fluently speaks several languages (English, German, Turkish and others) and works very professionally.
Currently we have a promotion tour on offer for 11 days.
For the B2B rate, please contact us via email.
Of course we can also provide Tailor made tours, special to the wishes of the customers.
If you are an Travel Agency and have questions, please let us know.
Hunnu Mongolia Travel Agency