School Trips to Mongolia

Stretching across vast terrains, Mongolia harmoniously merges timeless nomadic practices with the dynamic energy of modern city life.  Its diverse landscapes—from steppes to deserts—are a living classroom for learning about history, culture, and nature. Meeting nomadic herders, experiencing shamanic traditions, and exploring stunning landscapes offer an unforgettable educational adventure for school groups.

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The Land of the Dinosaurs

This classic school trip to Mongolia invites exploration into the geological, historical, and prehistoric facets of one of the world’s most challenging terrains—the Gobi Desert. Guided by some of the world’s leading experts in paleontology we unearth petroglyphs, dinosaur fossils, encounter ancient creatures and delve into the enduring human cultures that have withstood the test of time in the challenging Gobi environment. This meticulously crafted itinerary extends beyond the realms of natural exploration, encompassing immersive hands-on studies of Mongolia’s cultural treasures and arts.

Emperors of the 13th Century

This program transports students to the era of the Great Khan, Chingis Khan, allowing them to gain a profound insight into 13th-century Mongolia, once the premier empire of its time. Students will explore various aspects of Mongol society, delving into military strategies that facilitated the empire’s expansion from Asia to Europe. Furthermore. The program also provides an in-depth exploration of Buddhism and Mongolian spirituality, shedding light on the intricate connection between traditional Mongolian culture and the natural world.

The Call of the Wild

The bond between traditional Mongolian culture and animal conservation is inseparable. Students will journey to northern Mongolia, encountering the Tsaatan (reindeer) people, and shamans practicing Mongolia’s ancient indigenous religion, Tengrism. Additionally, the group will visit and explore one of the remotest locations around the picturesque Khuvsgul Lake, Mongolia’s largest freshwater lake. Here, they will follow and observe park rangers in action, gaining a deeper understanding of the region’s unique and rich biodiversity and gain an understanding of the conservation practices implemented to safeguard this natural wealth.

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The Wildlife of Mongolia

This distinctive program seamlessly blends components from all of our programs, culminating in a transformative experience for your students. Commencing in the vibrant capital of Ulaanbaatar, participants will be fully immersed in nomadic life, delve into initiatives aimed at reintroducing wild horses to the steppe, gain insights into Mongolian Buddhism, and venture into a national park teeming with diverse wildlife, from majestic wolves to elusive lynxes.