Mongolia: Land of the Great Khan

Group Tour

Overview

On this epic trip across Mongolia we will experience the incredible diversity of scenery in which this country abounds. From the flaming cliffs at Bayanzag and the towering sand dunes at Khongoryn Els we’ll make for the remote western stretches of the Gobi before heading north, crossing mountain ranges and pine and lark forests, to finally reach the grasslands and wild horses for which the country is so rightly famed.

Wherever we travel we’ll be sure to encounter scattered families of Mongolians ...

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At a glance

MEALS

14 x Breakfasts
14 x Lunches
14 x Dinners

TRANSPORT

On this tour we will use sturdy UAZ 4WD minibuses for the whole of the journey.

GROUP SIZE

Maximum: 12

EXPERT TEAM

The full services of a Wild Frontiers Tour Leader with local guides where appropriate

ACCOMMODATION

2 nights x Premium
8 nights x Superior
4 nights x Simple

ENTRANCE FEES

All entrance fees for sights mentioned in the itinerary

FITNESS RATING

Low / Moderate

BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE

Flexible booking conditions regarding transfers and cancellations

ACCOMMODATION

As an overall ethos, wherever possible we aim to use characterful accommodation that enhances the overall travel experience, not just offers a bed for the night. This can obviously vary dramatically from country to country and from trip to trip.

On this particular trip we will be in hotels for three nights (in Ulaanbaatar & Bayankhongor) and in ger camps for the rest of the trip. Whilst staying in the ger camps you will sleep in a native Mongolian dwelling which Russians call yurts. Although not luxurious, they are clean, comfortable and cosy. Each ger is equipped with a bed, linen, stove and usually a small wash stand. Whilst most of the camps do have electricity 24/7 there are some that are run through a generator and electricity is only available during certain times. The majority of the camps used on this tour will have a shared western-style flush loo and shower facilities in separate blocks. All meals eaten at the ger camps are served in a central ger restaurant.

FITNESS RATING

LOW: You should be comfortable walking around towns and cultural sites. May include some optional walks (typically 1-2hrs).

LOW/MODERATE: May be of a long duration and/or involve numerous border-crossings. May include easy/moderate day walks (up to 2-3hrs/day). You should be relatively fit and lead a generally active lifestyle.

MODERATE: May include several easy/moderate day walks (up to 2-5hrs/day) possibly at altitude. You should be relatively fit and lead a generally active lifestyle. Previous experience of similar trips helpful.

MODERATE/HIGH: May involve several days of moderate hiking (up to 3-6 hrs/day) possibly at altitude. You must be a fit and active traveller with appropriate trekking experience.

HIGH: May involve several days of moderate/strenuous trekking (up to 4-7 hrs/day) possibly at altitude. You must be a very fit and active traveller with appropriate trekking experience.

Book With Confidence

We understand that flexibility is now a key factor when booking a holiday, and we believe our Covid Promise and Covid Viable Test provide that.

We believe these terms and conditions for making a booking are amongst the most generous in the travel industry right now, and we hope they will give you the confidence, when you feel ready, to go ahead and book your next adventure.

Positive Impact of this Trip

Tree
Ten trees are planted per passenger on this trip
Community
Supports Wild Frontiers Foundation community projects
Wind Turbine
A contribution to renewable energy projects

Map & Itinerary

Individual departures may vary so please refer to the information in the tour specific links in the Dates and Prices section below

Mongolia: Land of the Great Khan
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COLLAPSE ALL ITINERARY DAYS

DAY 1: TOUR STARTS IN ULAANBAATAR

DAY 1: TOUR STARTS IN ULAANBAATAR

Starting this morning, we’ll have an introductory meeting at the hotel before paying a visit to Gandan Monastery, the largest and most important in Mongolia. Wander around this fascinating site as you explore the different temples, including that of the Mijig Janraisig with its huge golden buddha statue. In the old temple complex we can listen to the chanting ceremonies which happen mid-morning. This afternoon we then take a walk across the expansive Sukhbaatar Square to the National History Museum which is a great introduction to the country's past. In the early evening, we enjoy a music and dance performance by the Tumen Ekh Ensemble. The hour-long performance shows us traditional Mongolian dance, singing and music with various instruments including the horse fiddle and singers along with traditional throat singers.

Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel or similar
Lunch, Dinner

DAY 2: ULAANBAATAR – MANDALGOBI – TSAGAAN SUVARGA

DAY 2: ULAANBAATAR – MANDALGOBI – TSAGAAN SUVARGA

Today we start our journey down to the desert plains of the South - quite a long day to tonight's destination but only the last hour and a half is off-road. After leaving UB we'll drive to Mandalgobi where we will get the chance to learn how to make traditional Mongolian dumplings and sample our hard work over lunch. From here we continue on to the impressive rock formations of Tsagaan Suvarga. These beautiful formations can be explored on foot, and provide great photographic opportunities. After reaching our ger camp we can hike to see the nearby caves, before settling in for the night.
Driving distance: Approx. 6hrs

Tsagaan Suvarga Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 3: TSAGAAN SUVARGA - DALANZADGAD - BAYANZAG

DAY 3: TSAGAAN SUVARGA - DALANZADGAD - BAYANZAG

After breakfast we drive down to Dalanzadgad, the provincial capital of Omnogobi. Here we can head into town to visit the interesting and recently renovated South Gobi Museum, stroll around the local market where we'll catch a glimpse of everyday life, and have lunch. This afternoon we then will get to spend some time with a nomadic family - step inside their ger and experience traditional local hospitality, including milk tea, before watching a demonstration of the nomadic skill of 'breaking in' horses. Later in the afternoon we head to Bayanzag for an exploratory walk around the spectacular sandstone formations, known as the Flaming Cliffs due to their deep red hue. Here we can soak up the sunset views before hopping back in the vehicles and back to our camp for dinner.
Driving distance: Approx. 5hrs

Gobi Mirage Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4: BAYANZAG - YOLYN AM - KHONGOYRN ELS

DAY 4: BAYANZAG - YOLYN AM - KHONGOYRN ELS

It’s an early start today as we explore Yolyn Am Canyon, known as the Vulture's Gorge. This gorge is nestled deep within the hills and is a haven from the desert heat. Some areas of the valley are continually sheltered from the hot sun and house huge blocks of ice that gradually melt away during the summer. This is a perfect area for hiking and if you are lucky enough you might spot ibex and wild sheep grazing high on the rocky walls of the mountains. Continuing on through the desert, we'll then take a road that winds its way through the rocky mountains and past herds of grazing goats and camels. Our ger camp for this evening is located close to the impressive Khongoryn Els Dunes and an early evening climb to the top affords stunning views out across the rippling sands towards the desert beyond as the sun sets.
Driving distance: Approx. 5hrs

Gobi Erdene ger camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 5: KHONGORYN ELS

DAY 5: KHONGORYN ELS

We have the day to explore this fascinating area. For those early risers we can do a dawn climb of the dunes when it is quiet and the light is magical (weather dependent!). After breakfast, we then head off to one of the herder families that spend their summers near the water springs close to the dunes. Here we’ll be invited into their ger and can try some camel milk and other Mongolian treats. Afterwards we then take a ride along the dunes on a two-humped Bactrian camel. Around 30% of the world's camels are found in Mongolia, mostly in the Gobi Desert, and today we will get an insight into why these animals are so vital to nomadic communities. We return to the ger camp for lunch and in the afternoon either relax at camp or there is the option of a desert drive across the arid landscape to a local oasis of saxsaul trees - one of the native species of shrub-like trees which grow in these inhospitable conditions and whose root systems aid against desertification. As we drive, look out for herds of white-tailed gazelles and demoiselle or white-naped cranes.

Gobi Erdene ger camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6: KHONGORYN ELS – GURVAN TES – KHERMEN TSAV

DAY 6: KHONGORYN ELS – GURVAN TES – KHERMEN TSAV

Today we have a long day of driving as we make our way towards Gurvan Saikhan Mountain. Arriving at Gurvan Tes soum (district) in time for lunch and to get some supplies, we then head for our ger camp where we will be spending the next two nights. Before dinner we will have the opportunity to visit the Narandaats rock formation which is located nearby.
Driving distance: Approx. 7-8hrs

Bataariin Ulgii Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 7: KHERMEN TSAV

DAY 7: KHERMEN TSAV

We spend today exploring Khermen Tsav Canyon north of Gurvan Tes soum and hike amongst the rock formations and the Zulganai, a river that forms a beautiful oasis around it where forests of cane and willow grow. American scholar and palaeontologist Roy Chapman Andrews named this place "The End of the World." Khermen Tsav is known not only for its natural beauty but also by its treasure trove of dinosaur fossils; the first full skeleton of a dinosaur was found here and even nowadays, one can still find fossilized dinosaur bones and eggs lying on the surface of sandy land. The beauty of the cliffs is accentuated by small groves of native Gobi Saxaul trees, and the whole area is a wonderful place to spend a day exploring.

Bataariin Ulgii Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8: KHERMEN TSAV - BAYANGOBI

DAY 8: KHERMEN TSAV - BAYANGOBI

We continue our journey north back into the heart of Mongolia today, with another long journey but as always very scenic. We eventually reach Bayangobi, a village just south of Ikh Bogd Mountain, where we stay in a local ger camp.
Driving distance: Approx. 7hrs

Goviin Temee ger camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 9: BAYANGOBI – IKH BOGD – WHITE CAVE – BAYANKHONGOR

DAY 9: BAYANGOBI – IKH BOGD – WHITE CAVE – BAYANKHONGOR

The first of today’s highlights will be a stop to admire Ikh Bogd or ‘Great Saint’, the highest of the Gobi-Altai mountains standing at 3,957m. The mountain spans 50km and has a network of 10 caves which historians believe was inhabited by people 700,000 years ago. The largest of the caves is the historical Tsagaan Agui (White Cave) at 38km long, 5m wide and 10m high at its core. Here we can marvel at its prehistoric petroglyphs and pictographs (c. the late bronze age), after which we head north to reach Bayankhongor, the biggest soum in the province, where we’re staying a hotel and can enjoy a well-earned hot shower and dinner.
Driving distance: Approx. 7hrs

Bayankhongor Hotel or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10: BAYANKHONGOR - KHUJIRT - UURTIN TOKHOI CANYON - ORKHON VALLEY

DAY 10: BAYANKHONGOR - KHUJIRT - UURTIN TOKHOI CANYON - ORKHON VALLEY

As we continue driving north we will see the flat, open plains give way to greener undulating, countryside dotted with rural family homes and livestock. There’ll be a pit stop for supplies and maybe some lunch as we pass through the village of Khujirt. The journey covers around 250 kilometres, taking around six hours, and after arriving at the ger camp by around 3pm, there will be an opportunity to go for a walk to see the Uurtiin Tokhoi Canyon and visit Temeen Chuluu – the ancient bronze age burial stones.
Driving distance: Approx. 5hrs

Talbiun Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11: ORKHON VALLEY

DAY 11: ORKHON VALLEY

The Orkhon Valley holds a very special place in both the hearts of the Mongolians and in the culture of the world. Inscribed in 1992 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, it is said to be the 'cradle of nomadic civilisation of the steppes' and held the seat of imperial power. It is easy to imagine such an empire unfolding beneath you as you stand on the edge overlooking the elbow of the Orkhon River. Hidden away on a hillside, surrounded by pine forests, lies the tiny and peaceful Tovkhon Khiid Monastery. After a leisurely morning we head north for a hike up to this stunning hilltop monastery which offers great views of the surrounding Arkhangai Hills as well as some interesting hilltop temple architecture. After lunch back at the camp, there will be a number of activities available, from more hiking to a spot of archery with our handmade bow and arrow set.

Talbiun Ger Camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 12: ORKHON VALLEY - SEA BUCKTHORN FARM & ERDENESIIN KHUREE - KHARKORIN

DAY 12: ORKHON VALLEY - SEA BUCKTHORN FARM & ERDENESIIN KHUREE - KHARKORIN

After breakfast we continue through the high passes to Kharkhorin, built on the site of Karakorum, briefly the capital of the Mongol Empire during the 16th century. Here we can visit the local market, the small but interesting museum, the Monument of the 3 Kings overlooking the Orkhon River, and the fertility stone on the edge of town. We shall also plan a visit to Purevnambar's family, who grow sea buckthorn and blueberries on a small commercial scale. We’ll have the chance to walk around their plantation and sample the superfood berry in one of its many formats - most common is to have it as a hot reviving beverage. Purev is also an artist renowned for Buddha painting, sculpture and felt making. Depending on timing, we'll plan for a traditional homecooked lunch at the family's homestead. In the afternoon, we visit the Erdenesiin Khuree Mongolian script and calligraphy centre and art exhibition gers before settling into our camp nearby.

Monkh Tenger ger camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 13: KHARKHORIN - ERDENE ZUU MONASTERY – KHOGNO KHAAN – UVGUN KHIID - ELSEN TASARKHAI

DAY 13: KHARKHORIN - ERDENE ZUU MONASTERY – KHOGNO KHAAN – UVGUN KHIID - ELSEN TASARKHAI

After breakfast, we drive the short distance to Erdene Zuu Monastery in time to hear the monks’ mid-morning chanting. We’ll then have a guided tour around the main temples and the grounds. There is also the possibility to drive one hour north to see the Orkhon monuments known as Khoshoo Tsaidam; early 8th century Turkic memorials to Bilge Khan and Kul Tigin. In the afternoon, we head to the beautiful nature reserve of Khogno Khaan to visit Uvgun Khiid’s lower complex where we can see the reconstructed temples, prayer-wheel and look around the ruins. A 1.5-hour round-trip hike up to the older, ruined, upper temple complex in the hills is recommended for those that have the energy, the scenery is refreshing and littered with wildflowers. Heading back down to the valley floor the journey to our eco-camp near the dunes at Elsen Tasarkhai continues. On arrival at the camp we can take a walk around the small nearby lake that attracts birdlife, or simply relax – or another a spot of archery! Driving distance: Approx 4 -5 hours

Sweet Gobi ger camp or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 14: ELSEN TASARKHAI - ULAANBAATAR

DAY 14: ELSEN TASARKHAI - ULAANBAATAR

We head back to Ulaanbaatar this morning and transfer to our hotel. Time permitting we should be able to visit Khustai National Park enroute. In the afternoon there will be an opportunity for some free time to wander around the city, or head to the main street for some shopping before our farewell dinner.
Driving distance: Approx. 5hrs

Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel or similar
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 15: TOUR ENDS IN ULAANBAATAR

DAY 15: TOUR ENDS IN ULAANBAATAR

The tour officially ends after breakfast those on the suggested group flights will have an early breakfast and will then be transferred to the airport.

Breakfast

ACCOMMODATION USED ON THIS TOUR

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Hotel Rating

Ultra
The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Premium
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Superior
Good quality service and overall comfort
Simple
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Accommodation displayed here should be taken as a guide only. *Please refer to the Detailed Itinerary of your individual departure for more information.

PRIVATE HOLIDAYS: DATES DON’T FIT?

All group tours can be taken on a private basis.

Additional Details

Responsible Travel

With local people, culture and eco-systems in mind, responsible travel and sustainable tourism are at the core of Wild Frontiers. We believe that a successful trip not only delivers a unique and unsurpassable journey for our travellers but also benefits the people and places we visit.

When designing our tours, we actively seek out experiences that have a positive impact on the communities and precious environments we visit - from supporting social enterprises; resting our heads in rural homestays; and eating at locally owned restaurants; to helping fund conservation projects that protect wildlife and their habitats. 

Visit the Responsible Travel area of our website to read more, including the work of the Wild Frontiers Foundation through which we fundraise to aid community empowerment and education projects.

Getting There

If you would like us to send you a quote for the suggested tour flights or on any alternative flight that may suit you better, please let us know, noting that for our US clients, we will most likely refer you to one of our preferred partners. For this trip our suggested flights from the UK (subject to change) are shown below.

If you wish to arrange your own flights you are completely free to do so and in this case we can arrange any transfers or supplementary accommodation that you may require. However please note that if you are planning on making your own flight arrangements, we recommend that you first check with us to see if the trip is guaranteed. We then suggest that you purchase flights that are flexible and ideally refundable as due to the nature of adventure travel, itineraries and destination accessibility can change at any time. For more information, please refer to our booking conditions.
 

Flight Code Departing Arriving
TK 1988 London Heathrow (LHR) 06:45 Istanbul (IST) 12:35
TK 236 Istanbul (IST) 18:10 Ulaanbaatar Airport (UBN) 07:15
TK 237 Ulaanbaatar Airport (UBN) 08:45 Istanbul (IST) 13:05
TK 1971 Istanbul (IST) 15:00 London Heathrow (LHR) 16:55

Visas

Visas are necessary for many of the destinations we travel to and while we aim to provide you with the most up-to-date information, requirements frequently change and as such for the latest advice we advise that you check with the relevant embassies or contact a reputable visa agency. More details can be found here - www.wildfrontierstravel.com/visa

For this tour UK & US passport holders staying for 30 days or less no longer require a visa to enter Mongolia.
Non-UK passport holders or non-UK residents should contact the relevant embassies for individual requirements.

Further details will be sent out to you on booking, however ensuring that correct and valid visas are obtained remains the sole responsibility of the client.

Extensions

If you have more time available, why not arrive early to adjust to a new time zone or just to get a feel for the country before your tour starts? Or alternatively you might choose to allow a few extra days after the tour to relax or to undertake some further exploration.

The choice is completely yours and we can usually arrange anything from simply additional accommodation and transfers to full tailor-made itineraries.

Below is just a small sample of what you could do. Please contact the office for more details and to discuss your individual requirements.

Terelj, Genghis Khan statue & Gun Galut

Terelj, Genghis Khan statue & Gun Galut

Only a few hours to the east of the capital you’ll find the ever popular Terelj National Park with its stunning scenery, the world’s largest statue of Genghis Khan and the Gun Galut Nature Reserve which is great for walking and kayaking. Allow 3-4 days.

Governmental Travel Advice

Many governments issue advice which highlights potential hazards their citizens might experience when travelling abroad. We strongly suggest you refer to your country’s particular advisory site before booking and contact us if you have any queries or concerns. Click to follow links to the advice of the British Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) or the US State Department.

Non-UK citizens should consult the travel advice of their respective governments.

Key Information

CLIMATE

Although it boasts over 260 sunny days a year and is known as the "Land of the Blue Sky", Mongolia's climate is extreme with fierce summers and bitterly cold winters. Late May through to August is typically a good time for travelling with cooler temperatures and occasionally rain, which fills the rivers and brings fresh grass to the steppes.

IS THIS TRIP FOR ME?

It may sound obvious but Wild Frontiers tours are not always for everyone and it is important to us that the tour you choose is the most suitable. All our tours have a fitness rating as a guideline but you should check the day-by-day itinerary carefully. In certain instances we may ask you to complete a travel questionnaire before confirming your booking in order to ensure your suitability. Should you have any concerns about your ability to partake in any aspect of the tour then please contact the office.

KEY ASPECTS TO CONSIDER

Anyone in a reasonable state of health, with an open mind and a sense of adventure should be perfectly able to cope with this tour, as all the walks are optional. 

There are some long drives to be taken but that is part of the Mongolian experience, and there will always be time for walks, photos and local encounters. Some of the areas visited are remote and see few foreign visitors so be prepared for the unexpected and be aware that changes to local conditions can dramatically affect envisaged timings and exact routings.

Please be advised that on this trip vegetarians can be catered for but the selection and variety may be very limited, therefore we recommend packing a few extra bits to fill the gaps!

THE NATURE OF ADVENTURE TRAVEL

We feel that it’s worth pointing out that while we will always strive to stick as close to the stated itinerary as possible, it may be necessary from time to time to make changes to our itineraries or services (due to weather, political and religious influences etc.) and this can happen with little or no notice. This unpredictability can be one of the most exciting aspects of adventure travel and for many of our clients often leads to unexpected highlights as the tour-leader necessarily adapts the tour to the changing conditions. However we are aware that this lack of assuredness may not suit everyone. As such, with the greatest respect, if you are someone who needs to know that everything will happen exactly as planned, we would kindly suggest that perhaps our tours are not for you. Adventure travel can be infectious and once you’ve caught the bug, it is likely to never leave you, but especially if this is your first such tour we would strongly urge you to give us a call if you have any concerns whatsoever about your suitability for this trip.

TRAVELLING SOLO AND SINGLE SUPPLEMENTS

As a company approximately 70% of our clients are solo travellers, so it’s very unlikely you’ll be alone!

Our prices are typically based on twin-share accommodation but single supplements are not compulsory for any Wild Frontiers tour. If you prefer not to pay a single supplement we’ll pair you with someone else of the same sex for you to share with throughout the trip. On this trip, if you do opt to pay for a single supplement then please note that it will cover you for all nights of the tour including all nights in the ger camps.

Please note that paying a single supplement entitles you to lone occupancy of a single room. In many cases these rooms will be of the same size as a double/twin room, but in some cases they may be smaller.

INSURANCE

Insurance that provides cover for emergency repatriation in case of a medical emergency is compulsory for all tours. You should be aware that due to some of the geographical areas visited and some of the activities included on certain of our trips some standard insurance policies may not always provide adequate cover. As such we strongly recommend that you purchase a policy that adequately covers your trip. Please see the Insurance section for more details.

General Information

TOUR PRICE

All our tours are priced on a land-only basis, giving you maximum flexibility when deciding how to get to and from your tour.

DEPOSIT

A £200 (or equivalent) deposit is required to confirm your booking.

PROTECTION FOR YOUR MONEY

For further details please see our travelling with peace of mind page

WILD MILES

This tour will earn you 8690 Wild Miles

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

We believe in a completely transparent approach to pricing with no hidden extras. As such, please note that the following are not included in the cost of the tour.

Visas & Travel Insurance: Visas will always be tour/nationality dependent but travel insurance is mandatory
Tips: Always optional but some guidance will be given in the pre-departure information documents
International Flights: Please ask us for an obligation-free quote for flights which originate in the UK
Airport Transfers: We include complimentary transfers if arriving/departing on the suggested group flights
Beverages & any costs of a personal nature: This will include items such as laundry and souvenirs

WILD FRONTIERS COMMUNITY

If you’re still not sure if this trip is right or just want to see get some different perspectives, then why not have a look at the wide variety of resources we have on our website? Browse our community section to read our blogs, watch videos and find out about our events. 

WHY WILD FRONTIERS?

We are frequently asked what makes Wild Frontiers different from other tour operators. Visit our Why Wild Frontiers page to find out.