The Thirteenth century complex theme park is located 96km from Ulaanbaatar city and the Chinggis Khan statue is located 56km. This tour is for people who want to truly experience lifestyle of the 13th century and live in it for one whole day.
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In the morning we will depart from modern Ulaanbaatar city. Our first stop is the Grand Chinggis Khan’s majestic statue complex that is considered as the world’s tallest horseman statue of 40-meters. Inside the complex you will visit mini museum of history, souvenir shops, see the Guinness world record holding 9m tall boot and golden whip. Furthermore, we will elevate onto the horses saddle and observe the surrounding, take close up selfies with the Chinggis Khan. Then we will take the dirt road trip to do time travel into the 13th century zone where you will visit six different camps : the Herder’s camp, Shaman’s camp, Craftsman camp and the King’s palace to closely observe their ways of living.
[ Driving distance – 185 km, Driving duration – 4 hours, Meals – Lunch ]
It is the main attraction point of the XIII Century Theme Park. There are 24 tribes’ flags which symbolizes the history about the unification of 24 tribes and establishing the Great Mongolian Empire. You will learn about the statecraft of XIII Century of Mongolians. All the state affairs such as declaring laws, holding a great forum are carried out at the camp. In the King’s Palace, there will be different programs and receptions while you sit back and enjoy the traditional food, we have more choices of traditional programs on request upon reservation. One of popular choices by our guests is King’s Great Feast where you will experience and devour the traditional way of feast just like our Chinggis Khan did.
The blacksmiths and craftsmen works of XIII century Mongolia is popular in the world. In the craftsmen camp you will enjoy observing the craftsmen artwork such as horse hold utensils, women’s ornaments, jewelry, arms and tools etc. Throughout the complex, pay attention to all interior and exterior decorations as they are all handmade. You will also see the handmade felt decorations, carpets and ornaments made by these talented people.
By visiting this camp you will have an opportunity to learn the unique culture of the literacy, traditional ways of educating their successors and the young. Furthermore, guests will learn the history of Mongolian scripts and have the chance of practicing Mongolian calligraphy and other scripts
The everyday life of herders including pastoral culture, livestock breeding, tasting various dairy products, horse training and catching using lasso pole, processing leather straps, can be observed from this camp. You may also ride horses, yaks and camels