Eight hundred years of culture might be difficult to absorb on your tour through Mongolia, dating back to the mongol empire of Genghis Khan ! A land of nomads awaits your wilderness adventure, camping out at night and trekking through the day. There’s river rafting, mountain bike and motorcycle riding on tough offroad trails, and camel trekking through the Gobi Desert. And monasteries and ancient ruins to explore - all under a cobalt blue sky.
"This was an excellent experience that I thoroughly recommend. Firstly, the train itself is a very unique experience - amazing landscapes and scenery, interesting Russian people and the train itself all make it a very different trip. Then there are the guides provided that are very friendly and infor..."
reviewed 7 Sep
"Hi Pam, Mike and Robyn... it's great to hear from you all... Just had our Russian visas approved and now in the hands of the Mongolian embassy... And this weeks tasks for us is to arrange US cash and a US cash passport.. looking forward to the trip.. not long now :)... Bea "
commented 23 Jul
"I went with my husband who is blind. We are both in our 60s. We had no trouble, taking our gear in backpacks so we could hold hands for moving on and off trains and other tranportation. There are showers available at every station with a stop of 30 minutes or more. The scenery was great. Our tour gu..."
reviewed 10 Aug
"I travelled with Will and Karen - our guide and driver - but also the company owners. The trip goes through 28 amazing countries and you see the highlights on a speedy trip of 45,000 miles. We had amazing food, which you get involved in cooking. Half was camping and half was hostels. The accommo..."
reviewed 21 Feb
"“Great experience - very good tour!!”
My wife and I recently traveled to Mongolia and as part of our travel itinerary, booked a 6 day trip, "Mongolia Gobi Desert Discovery Tour" with Amicus Travel Mongolia. And what a wonderful trip it was!
Jamaa at Amicus, was quick to respond and help with qu..."
reviewed 7 Nov
My partner Steven and I are taking the Trans Mongolian Express, departing Beijing 21/4. I understand that there are 10 of us brave souls..from UK, Australia and Canada. We fly on to England after our tour.
It would be great to say hello to the other members of our group. Cheers from Terri"
commented 25 Mar
"I took the Vodkatrain trip in August 2009 at the beginning of a long trip away. I would thoroughly recommend the trip to anyone. It was exactly what I was after in terms of a pre booked trip. The 'Honchos' give you the advice and guidance you need, without being a tour group leader. There is no "be ..."
reviewed 8 Aug
"If you’re visiting Xi’an then the Xiangzimen International Youth Hostel is a good place to relax, get a meal and use the internet. I’d also recommend the Summer Palace in Beijing, you can easily spend a day there. In my experience tours usually go to Tiananmen and the Forbidden City. Happy Eas..."
commented 29 Mar