Essence of Northern Inner Mongolia Tour

Suggested Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Haila’er; Flight not Included

After your flight lands, meet your local tour guide at the arrival hall. Transfer to hotel by private vehicle and free time for the rest of the day.

Day 2: Haila'er: Hulun Buir Grassland
The Hulun Buir Grassland

Hulun Buir Grassland is one of China’s best preserved grasslands, with green grass, beautiful flowers, zigzag rivers, crystal-clear lakes, sheep and cows. The area is home to minority people, and you will be welcomed by receiving a Hada as a greeting gift. There are many optional activities on the grassland for you to try, like horse riding, wrestling performance, and roasted lamb banquet.

Day 3: Ewenki Museum, Alshan Hot Spring Museum; Haila’er to Alshan

Ewenki Minority lives in northern Inner Mongolia, mostly on the grasslands surrounding Hailaer. Through the exhibitions of this museum including household artifacts, clothing and artwork, you can get a glimpse of the Ewenki culture and history.

Drive to Alshan, which takes about 6 hours. Visit Alshan Hot Spring Museum. 48 vaults of natural hot springs produce water that claims to have a noticeable effect on skin diseases and rheumatism.

Day 4: Alshan National Forest Park

Alshan National Forest Park is located at the foot of the Greater Khingan Range in Inner Mongolia. It is an ideal summer resort due to its cool weather, fresh air, dense forests, clear rivers and hot springs. Its well-maintained ecological environment makes it a prime habitat for a number of plant and animal species.

Day 5: Alshan to Manzhouli; the War of "Nuomenhan" Museum and Manzhouli City Sightseeing
taowa square

Drive from Alshan to Manzhouli, which is about 9 hours’ ride. Visit the War of "Nuomenhan" Museum, built to memorize a war between Japan and the former Soviet Union during World War II. Manzhouli is a very unique city with mixed charms, sharing border with Mongolia and Russia.

Day 6: Manzhouli to Haila’er, Hulun Lake; Depart Haila’er, Flight not Included
hulun lake

Drive from Manzhouli to Haila’er, which is about 3 hours’ ride. Hulun Lake is one of the five largest freshwater lakes in China.It is nestled among the vast and beautiful Hulunbuir Plain, one of the top three grasslands of the world. The area is home to a large number of bird and plant species, and medicinal herbs. It is considered a good summer destination for its cool climate, fresh air and breathtaking scenery, and a popular place for birdwatchers.

As your tour ends, transfer to Haila’er Airport for your flight to next destination.
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