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The Great Mongolian Adventures is a leading Mongolian tour operator, primarily focused on small group tours. We offer a variety of tour packages that can also be customized based on your specific requests, which will take you to the most exotic parts of Mongolia.

We only have one sole purpose, which is to ensure that each and every one of our travelers is treated with the utmost respect, feels at home at all times during their trip in Mongolia and leave with lots of energy and happiness.

To achieve this purpose, we provide A-Z services ranging from airport pick-up to see-off so all you have to do is come to Mongolia. We will have everything ready for you prior to your arrival, including the best local accommodation and transportation.

As constant adventure seekers, we are always searching for new ways that would leave everlasting memories for our travelers so that no matter how many times you come to Mongolia each time you will have completely different experience.

By booking a tour with us, we assure you that you will have your once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with the most mind-blowing adventures of your lives.

Join us and experience the magnificent Mongolia!


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2-10 employees


Ulaanbaatar, Tuv




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Trips abroad take off for holiday

An Egyptian dancer takes photos with Chinese tourists at Cairo International Airport on Jan 20. During the Spring Festival holiday, Egypt has once again welcomed Chinese tourists. [Photo/Xinhua]

Chinese tourists boost overseas travel recovery during weeklong Spring Festival

Chinese tourists have shown a strong enthusiasm for traveling abroad during this year”s Spring Festival break, following China’s quarantine-free cross-border travel since Jan 8 after nearly three years, with Southeast Asia being the big winner during the holiday.

The weeklong Spring Festival served as the first long holiday after the government optimized COVID-19 control measures. The most popular overseas destinations for Chinese tourists include Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Manila in the Philippines and Bali in Indonesia, according to, China’s largest online travel agency.

During Spring Festival, the volume of outbound travel orders surged 640 percent year-on-year. The number of orders for overseas hotels and international flights booked by Chinese mainland tourists both increased by more than four times the figure from the last Spring Festival, found.

“The outbound travel market is expected to see a more apparent boom during the May Day holiday with the gradual increase of international flights and improved travel convenience. This year’s travel market is set to see a remarkable recovery,” said Shen Jiani, a senior researcher at

Meanwhile, starting Feb 6, China will resume outbound group tours to 20 selected countries, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Those countries are Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Laos, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Kenya, South Africa, Russia, Switzerland, Hungary, New Zealand, Fiji, Cuba and Argentina.

After announcing the notice in late January, the number of searches for overseas group tours surged on various online travel platforms. The search for group tours

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