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In a Vantage Adventures small group, we have greater access to people and places, which means you’ll enjoy more intimate glimpses and a more rewarding journey. Here are some Vantage Adventures highlights handpicked by our adventure specialists, each one based on their intimate knowledge of their destinations.
Experience the grandeur of the Naadam Festival as you celebrate Mongolia’s traditional culture and sport with the locals
Listen to the remarkable “singing sands” of Khongoryn Els, where miles of desert dunes emit sound as they shift in the wind
Be entertained and enthralled by a Mongolian folk song and dance performance — and witness the magic of throat singing — during your Farewell Dinner
Discover the dramatic landscapes of Yolyn Am: a gorge lined with rocky canyons, unique wildlife, and a river of ice known as the Gobi Glacier
Visit the “Flaming Cliffs” of Bayanzag, where the first dinosaur eggs were discovered, and luxuriate in the view with a sunset picnic
Take a peek at North Korea and the infamous Joint Security Area, straddling the border between North and South
Ascend the world’s largest (131-feet high) equestrian statue and tour its museum halls to learn about the Mongol Empire
Wander the grounds of this 600-year-old UNESCO-listed complex, designed to blend harmoniously into its natural hillside surroundings
Step back in time along the alleys of Seoul’s oldest traditional village, where residents still live in tiled-roof houses, known as hanok
Discover Mongolia’s little-known history when you visit the statue of revolutionary leader Damdin Sükhbaatar, and a monument to Genghis Khan at Ulaanbaatar’s central square
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Life in the desert was typically centered on survival — but on this adventure you’ll simply enjoy the ride. A camel ride, that is. Here are a few other ways you’ll stay active on this sojourn across Mongolia:
Be mesmerized by the costumes, dances, and hypnotic harmonies of Mongolian throat singers during a spectacular Farewell Dinner and show. You will never forget the remarkable vocal feats of the Tumen Ekh singers, who perform an ancient style of overtone singing, which is variously called Tuvan throat singing, or Khoomei. It is a technique that enables an individual singer to produce a single fundamental pitch, and simultaneously emit one or more tones over that. The technique was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009.
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