Private Tour and Depart everyday.
Tips: The best time to visit Inner Mongolia is from June to October
Day1: Lunch & Dinner
In the morning, meet you and take you to Xilamuren grassland. After crossing the Yinshan main veins-Daqingshan , passing old revolutionary bases-Wuchuan County, we will arrived. For lunch, you can taste Mongolian flavor-grasping meat. Both mongolian girls and boys present you with the whith hada. In the afternoon, visit the herdsmen's family and you can understanding the sedentary lifestyle. Enjoy the mongolian flavor milk, milk food. visit the Mongolian festival shrines-Aobao Hill.
-Xilamuren grassland: Xilamuren, meaning "yellow river" in Mongolian, is located 100 kilometers north of Hohhot. Xilamuren Prairie, commonly known as Taihe, got its name from the Puhui Temple, a Lama temple built in the Qing Dynasty near the Xilamuren River. Constructed in 1769 during the reign of Emperor Qianlong, Puhui Temple was initially a resort of the Sixth Panchen Lama of Xilitu of Huhhot. With engraved beams and pictured purlins, the temple appears quite splendid.Xilamuren Prairie, a typical example on the plateau, is covered by green grass and fresh flowers every summer and autumn. Due to the continual investment of the local government, reception service is growing better and better. Thus, Xilamuren has become a popular scenic spot in Inner Mongolia.
-Ao Bao: The most common and grand sacrificial activity of the Mongolians is the sacrificing of Aobao. Aobao means heaps of stones. Aobao is normally set up in hills and mountains, it is a cone-shaped solid tower made of stone.A long pole is inserted on the top, fur or animal skin and cloth ribbons are tied on the pole end, rocks for incense are placedaround.Sacrificing of Aobao is mostly held in each June, July and August. When sacrificing, the worshipper will take Hadas,mutton, fermented milk and dairy food to the Aobao. Hadas and sacrifices will be presented firstly and Lamas will chant Buddhist scriptures and the other people will worship on bended knees. Then, they will addstone or wicker to the Aobao and colorful silk strips and Sutra streamers. After the sacrifice, such activities as horse races, wrestling and archery will be held, the event later will develop into a Nadamu meeting.
Day 2: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Get up in the early morning for the breath-taking sun-rising on the grassland, walking around the great grassland and enjoy the blue sky, crystal lakes, unnamed flower, drive to the Kubuqi Desert for the mysterious Resonant Sand Gorge, where you could enjoy sand-sliding, and camel-riding and the sun-set on the desert, drive back to Hohhot.
-The Kubuqi desert: It is one of China's eight largest deserts. Its rainfall reaches no more than around 250mm. Strong wind and spreading sand along with sparse vegetation make it an incurable cancer of the earth.Engebei means peace, luck in Mongol. It's located in the middle stretch of the Kubuqi desert. It's where the Mongol people had lived in the time past one generation after another, where green grass thrived, livestock fed in herds, and incense from temples hung around. However, human activities such as aggressive reclamation, overuse of land for grazing , plus historical wars, were later inflicted on this weak ecosystem and eventually turned it into a sand land. People living on it were forced to migrate.
Day 3: Breakfast / Lunch
After breakfast, we will visit the "Lord" Genghis Khan Mausoleum (160KM about 2.5 hours). You can understand the lifetime of the world famous Mongolian army leader. Then return to Hohhot. Have a trip to the largest ethnic handicrafts production base---Meng - liang handicrafts factory. You can see the production process of handicrafts. End pleasant journey!
-Genghis Khan Mausoleum: The Mausoleum of Genghis Khan is located along a river in Kandehuo Enclosure, Xinjie Town, Ejen Khoruu Banner, Ordos Prefecture Level City (formerly Yeke Juu league) , Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China. The Mausoleum is not the real burial place of the Khan, which has never been discovered; it is a cenotaph, where the coffin contains no body, but only headdresses and accessories. It was built between 1954 to 1956 by the government of the PRC and not in the traditional Mongol style. The coordinates for the mausoleum are 39:22:16N 109:46:46E. It is 115 kilometers (62 miles) north of Yulin, and 55 kilometers (30 miles) south of Dongsheng. There is a new interchange (39:20:10N 109:50:23E) on highway 210 leading directly to the site.
Mongolia Yurt: (two kinds yurt in 2014, one is with air-condition and another one is without air-condition)
Deluxe Mongolia Yurt: 2 persons share one yurt with private toilet
Vehichle mode: private car or MPV van(click for picture)
How to Book?
1. You can book online or by email, tell us your arrival flight infos to pick you up, then receive our confirmation email.
2. When you arrive in Huhhot, our tour guide will call you the night before the tour, if you are not in hotel room, we will leave a message in your room, to inform the time to pick you up in the next morning.