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The Zaisan Memorial is a memorial in the southern area of the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that honors allied Mongolian and Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. Located on a hill in the southern part of the city, the memorial features a circular memorial painting that depicts scenes of friendship between the people of the USSR and Mongolia. The mural depicts scenes such as Soviet support for Mongolia’s independence declaration in 1921, the defeat of the Japanese Kwantung Army by the Soviets at Khalhkin Gol on the Mongolian border in 1939, victory over Nazi Germany and peacetime achievements such as Soviet space flights including the flight of Soyuz 39 which carried the first Mongolian into space, Jugderdemidiin Gurragchaa.



  • Drive to the tallest horseman statue in the world, dedicated to legendary Mongolian emperor – Chinggis or Genghis Khan, and see as far-sighted Chinggis Khaan holds a golden whip in his right hand.


• Terelj area/Terelj National Park located north-east of Ulaanbaatar, has been a holiday resort for a long time. In 1993 it became a national park which covers 293,168 hectares. Terelj resort, lying in the Valley of terelj River, 80 km from Ulaanbaatar, is the most visited area in Mongolia thanks to its magnificent scenery and proximity to Ulaanbaatar city. The area is famous for its beautiful natural scenery, spectacular rock formations and the rich flora and fauna. The naturally created Turtle Rock, the Ariyapala meditation centre on a mountainside and lifestyle of its nomads are the key attractions.

• Visit Kazak nomadic family. 1-hour horse ride trail and hiking. You’ll explore the extraordinary formation of rocks and stones; some of them look quite similar to turtles and visit one of the small Buddhist temples in Terelj national park.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Accommodations
  • Transportation
  • Korean speaking guide
  • Horse riding fee
  • Horse riding guide
  • Non alcoholic drinks
  • Sim card for mobile data

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Airfare
  • Visa fee
  • Travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages

Frequently asked Questions

How fit do I need to be to do this trek?

Annapurna Base Camp is a Grade B or a moderately difficult trekking route. So any fit person can do this trek, even if you do not have any previous experience. You should be aware of what to expect and mentally prepare for it. Then, as long as you will to, you can.

How long do we walk every day when doing Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

On average, you walk about 4 to 6 hours per day. One or two days can be as less as 3hrs and one or two days can be as long as 7hrs.

What is the highest altitude reached in this trek?

The highest altitude reached is 4190m. This is the elevation of Annapurna Base Camp. ABC is the highest we will climb in this trek.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

Yes, you can charge batteries en route. Charger should be brought. There are hot shower facilities as well. You may have to pay certain amount for both ($1-$2). Negotiate. Also, hot water facility could be free at lower elevation.

Are there ATMs on the way to Annapurna Base Camp?

No. There are no ATMs on this trek route. You will have to draw enough cash in Pokhara or Kathmandu. There are a number of ATMs in these cities. Everything is paid in Nepali rupees. So money should be exchanged before the start of the trek.

What about internet access?

Yes. Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. Internet in Nepal is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection.

Is it necessary to hire Guides/trekking agency for Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

Not really. It depends on you. If you want, ABC trekking can be done independently. You could hire a guide and a porter by yourself instead of going through an agency or not hire a guide at all. Although, not having a guide can be a little problematic during off season.

It really depends on you. Is it your first time in Nepal? How confident are you of being able to find your way around? How pressed on time are you? If you go through an agency, it will be costlier but everything will be planned. You will only have to come, trek and return.

How much do guides and porters cost?

For Annapurna region, pay for guides range from $20 to $30 per day and porters take $15 to $25 per day.

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One day of Mongolia
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