Your personal guide will pick you up at the airport to take you to the hotel in a private car
Tiananmen Square has the epic proportions fitting for a site where so many historical events have taken place, and the Forbidden City continues the impressive scale with golden roofed halls and courtyards designed to make people feel small as they proceed towards the emperor. The Hall of Clocks and Watches houses the collection of the last imperial family, set to chime together at certain times a day.
The Hutong Tour is quite a contrast to the splendor of the palace; a rickshaw ride takes you to visit a local family and hear about some of the symbolical meaning of the buildings.Meals:Lunch
Temple of Heaven is perhaps less well known of the imperial sights, but a fascinating insight into the religious life of the emperors. The surrounding park is often filled with locals engaged in their hobbies, such as taichi, as much as an attraction as the building.
The Great Wall in Mutianyu is a memorable experience: the rolling mountains crowned by this colossal testimony to human achievement.
Roasted Duck at Fangzhuang is a culinary experience no visitor to Beijing should miss; we make sure you get a table in this popular restaurant.Meals:Lunch, Dinner
Your guide will take you to the railway station in the morning and make sure you are settled in your carriage before saying goodbye. The train ride takes you through stunning mountains near Beijing, changing to lush green plains dotted with sheep, to seas of sand.
On arrival to Ulan Bator, your local guide will meet you at the airport and take you for lunch. Then you will visit two of the local sights, Gandan Monastery, the most important center for Buddhists in Mongolia, and Fine Art Museum (Zanabazaar Museum), which houses the pride and joy of Mongolians: art created by Zanabazaar, the Michelangelo of Asia.
Afterwards, you will set off in an air-conditioned SUV (4x4) towards Terelji.Meals:Lunch
Gorkhi Terelji National Park is lovely green grassland with a few trees, inhabited mainly by bears and small animals, and accessed only by trekking or by horse. Some of the famous rock formations include Turtle Rock and the Old Man Reading a Book (Praying Lama Rock)Meals:Lunch, Dinner
The driver and guide will escort you back to Ulan Bator, and to see the Natural History Museum and Choijin Lama Museum for a more in depth understanding how the religious and cultural aspects have a deep connection with the nature in this wild land.Meals:Lunch, Dinner
Your guide will accompany you to the airport today and help you with baggage and arrangements.