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Big Dunes Ever, Unforgettable experience !

It worth a visit. 1. One of biggest in the world ! 2. The views, day & night 3. Camel experience 4... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2018
HaimDorinPrivado
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Jerusalem, Israel
Hang on tight!

There are few things that I relish more than a challenging hike, and khongor sand dunes certsinly... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2018
TravelAngler725
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Seoul, South Korea
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing sand dunes. They are so perfect they appear fake. The blue sky above the lines of the sand dunes is spectacular. Arrived at sunset but it was rather cold and windy so went back the next morning and climbed the huge dune in the...More

Thank CristinaSoares63
Reviewed 22 August 2018

It worth a visit. 1. One of biggest in the world ! 2. The views, day & night 3. Camel experience 4. and most important, try hard, very hard to climb the dune !

Thank HaimDorinPrivado
Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

There are few things that I relish more than a challenging hike, and khongor sand dunes certsinly represented that for me, albeit an unconventional one! For starters, you are hiking up barefoot or only with socks up 800 feet on the finest sand you will...More

Thank TravelAngler725
Reviewed 10 July 2018

The dunes were awesome. Bit of a climb on the highest ones but beautiful view from the top, marvelling at the vast expanses of the Gobi.

Thank Jo_Aberdeen_UK
Reviewed 25 April 2018

These are really impressive sand dunes reaching a height of 800 metres, 20 km wide and about 100 km long, of course they are always moving and changing. They are also known as the "singing dunes" as when it is windy the grains of sand...More

Thank 118val
Reviewed 5 January 2018

A drive to the sand dune will take you through endless open praire. Sand dune is quite high, an hour hike to summit. Especially beautiful in sunrise or sunset. Our guide surprised us with a bottle of wine on top of the dune.

Thank Artur L
Reviewed 15 October 2017

We stayed here two nights with a local family in a Ger. The dunes are great. They sing! The area itself is magnificent too, very stretched, skies with millions of stars, a small river...

Thank Akxsel
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

It's interesting to see the dunes from a distance and daunting when you get up close. For those coming from sea level, manage your expectations regarding an easy climb to the top, as it is quite challenging. For those who make it to the top...More

1  Thank Trevor1223
Reviewed 3 September 2017

This morning, after breakfast, we grabbed a small bag for one night at the Khongoryn Els sand dunes. It was about a three hour drive, so our caravan set off again, across the desert. We finally arrived at the Gobi Erdene, the only ger camp...More

1  Thank Sa-i44
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Climbing a sand dune sounds like a walk in the park. It isn't. I'm in my mid-fifties and reasonably active; I ended up clinging to what felt like a sheer wall of sand moving ten paces at a time and exhausted. Bear in mind that...More

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Response from Celestial G |
Sorry I posted my question before proofing. I meant I do not plan to stay that long in Mongolia. I would like to limit it to 8 days or less but be able to see the important sights. Thank you.
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