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About Us

Our Story

For 20 plus years Nomadic Journeys is a leading tour operator in Mongolia, focuses on low impact sustainable tourism.  We work with numerous community groups/enterprises and conservation initiatives around Mongolia. Our philosophy is to offer a slow paced low impact travel experience, visiting different places on a horse back, a yak carts, and a camel carts rather than traveling long difficult journeys on a vehicle. In all of our destinations, each of our camps guarantees a 360 degree unbroken view of the Mongolian landscape.

Our company’s history began in 1992 when Enkhtaivan Ravdan who worked as a local guide in state owned and only travel agency at that time, he met a young Swedish tour leader, Jan Wigsten who was organizing a European tour groups to Mongolia. Enkhtaivan and Jan quickly established strong friendship and shared a vision of opening up Mongolia to more foreign visitors. The following year Enkhtaivan and Jan co-founded Nomadic Journeys with a aim to open up a new frontier for the global eco-tourism.

Logistics

Back of every single trip, there is a logistics team working hard. They are responsible for storing and providing all of the equipment’s required for your journey. Trip preparedness is the most important part of the whole operation. Day and night logistics team tirelessly work to make your trip satisfying and enjoyable.

What our guests say

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  • Living the mongolian way

    Great place to stay and experience mongolian way of living, no tv, wifi, phone. Just nature and great company of the staff and livestocks of mongolia. The toilet is a hole in the ground covered by a shed. It is clean, but can be smelly to those used to city life. Not hot water supply, inform the staff that you like to hot water half an hour earlier so that they can boil it over camel dung 🙂

    5 star rating

    joycel
  • Living the mongolian way

    Great place to stay and experience mongolian way of living, no tv, wifi, phone. Just nature and great company of the staff and livestocks of mongolia. The toilet is a hole in the ground covered by a shed. It is clean, but can be smelly to those used to city life. Not hot water supply, inform the staff that you like to hot water half an hour earlier so that they can boil it over camel dung 🙂

    5 star rating

    joycel