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Xilamuren Grassland Xiangshawan at Kubuqi Desert Naadam Festival wrestling Genghis Khan Mausoleum
  • Xilamuren Grassland
  • Xiangshawan at Kubuqi Desert
  • Naadam Festival wrestling
  • Genghis Khan Mausoleum

Hohhot Two Days Tour

1. Enjoy incredible view of vast grassland and desert.  

2. Get close to local life of Mongolian people with activities like bonfire party, family visit and watching their traditional performances.

3. Relax with many interesting outdoor activities like horse riding, camel riding, sand surfing, etc.

Tour Code : CT-HH-01

Destinations : Hohhot,

Duration :2 days

Travel Style :Private Tour ( Performance/ Grassland/ Desert/ )


Detail Itinerary

Day 1 Hohhot to Xilamuren Grassland

Guide will pick you up at your hotel after breakfast and drive two hours also to arrive at Xilamuren Grassland, the closest grassland to Hohhot. Followed by a welcoming ceremony are visits to Hermends' home, taste Mongolian foods and flavors, walk to the "Aobao" where local people pray for harvest and good fortune. After dinner, the day ends with a happy bonfire party that the local Mongolian sing and dance.  Stay overnight at Yurts.
Optional activity: horse riding is not included in. Wear casual clothes and follow the instructions to ride. Safety is the first.

Day 2 Xilamuren – Genghis Khan – Xiangshawan - Hohhot

After breakfast, drive southwards for 4 hours to Genghis khan Mausoleum. Genghis Khan is a Mongolian hero who reunified the Inner-Mongolia Prairie and made great contribution to the powerful Yuan Dynasty. The visit takes 1.5 hours, then we move to Xiangshawan in the Kubuqi Desert. A cable line offers a magnificent panoramic view. Many optional activities on your interests: Camel riding, sand surfing driving, beach motor driving, railed bike riding etc.
Drive back to Hohhot and arrive 2.5 hours later. Recharge yourself tonight.

Price Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Price Inclusions

    a)  All sightseeing as indicated in the itinerary.

    b)  Ground transfers with air-conditioned vehicle (car, minibus or coach depending on the size of your group).

    c)  2 Lunches & 2 dinners at local restaurants.

    d)  1 night Yurt accommodation with breakfast (based on double occupancy).

    e)  Local English-speaking guide accompany you throughout the sightseeing.

    f)  Accident insurance during your travel.

  • Price Exclusions

    a)  Chinese visa.

    b)  Flight/train to and from Hohhot.

    c)  Tips to driver and tour guide.

    d)  Personal expenses.

Additional Info

1. The best time to visit is from May to October if you expect grassy lands and comfortable weather.

2. Many outdoor activities are available on grassland and desert. Enjoy the adventure and keep safety is the first thing.

Change and Cancellation Policy

  1. 15 days before commencement of services: 100% refund.

  2. 7 to 14 days before commencement of services: charge 10% of the tour price.

  3. 2 to 6 days before commencement of services: charge 50% of the tour price.

  4. Within 2 days of commencement of services or no-show travelers: charge 100% of the tour price.

  5. After the trip has commenced, we are unable to refund any amount for unused services due to your willingness, early departure, late arrival, or missed days on tours.

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  • Our trip began in Hohhot where we were greeted by our fabulous guide David and driver Mr Fan, who was friendly and funny, taking pictures and encouraging car pool karaoke! We visited the grasslands, desert, Genghis Khan’s Mausoleum and a volcano. David was very knowledgeable about Mongolian and Chinese history along with all the local traditions and experiences! He was also very friendly with excellent English and a good sense of humour. We ate like Khans over the three days in local restaurants where David ensured our vegetarian requirements were met much to the dismay of the restaurant staff who could not believe there was no mutton on the menu (they tell me Mongolian mutton is delicious!) The yurt we stayed in was concrete when we were expecting a tent however this did not diminish the whole Mongolian experience. The site is in a beautiful location and definitely worth the view on horseback. Without a doubt one of our lasting memories of this trip will be the fusion of modern dance music and Mongolian throat singing that we all enjoyed raving to! Inner Mongolia autonomous region is definitely a ‘must’ destination for any discerning traveler.