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Spiritual Tour

Spiritual Tour Packages
Country: Mongolia
City: Umnugovi
Duration: 15 Day(s) - 14 Night(s)
Tour Category: Yoga Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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The main idea of the spiritual tour is to give you time to relax and meditate at your own pace whilst enjoying the serene quality of the Mongolian sacred areas.

Our spiritual tours are specially designed for people who want to experience rejuvenating and retreat in Mongolia’s natural beautiful sacred lands with mountains, sands, waterfall, and temples and have an experience of a nomadic lifetime.

You will have good opportunities to discover untouched nature, the Gobi desert which is home to dinosaur’s skeleton 80 million years ago, and come across Neolithic stone tools, Bronze Age remnants, Turkic burial platforms, Genghis khan era pottery, and coins.

Each day on your itinerary we will endeavor to show different destinations which are suitable for your rejuvenation. There will be meditation or retreatment sessions each day in the morning and evening connecting with natural basic 5 elements are earth, wind, fire, water, and space.

This tour is personalized and very flexible. We are not only interested in showing you cultural heritages such as temples, monasteries and beautiful surroundings but also want to show you what is really valuable to YOU.

To do that, you need to enjoy what you see, your body needs to breathe fresh air and your mind needs to be calm without worrying about anything you will be in the same vicinity as hundreds of sages and mystics who gained enlightenment. Obviously, we make every effort to make sure the tour member gains a memorable spiritual and rejuvenation experience out of this tour. We know you are going to love starting your spiritual journey on these sacred lands as well.


Gandantegchinlen Monastery

The Gandantegchinlen Monastery is a Mongolian Buddhist monastery in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the "Great Place of Complete Joy". It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Avalokiteśvara. It came under state protection in 1994. The original statue, made of copper, was built after appeals to the Mongolian public; its intent was to restore the sight of the 8th Jebtsundamba, also known as Bogd Khan), who had claimed the title of Emperor of Mongolia.

Amarbayasgalant Monastery

Amarbayasgalant monastery is dedicated to Zanabazar's main tutelary deity, Maitreya. Unlike Erdene Zuu Monastery, which is an ensemble of temple halls of different styles, Amarbayasgalant shows great stylistic unity. The overriding style is Chinese, with some Mongol and Tibetan influence.

The monastery resembles Yongzheng's own palace Yonghegong in Beijing (converted by his son the Qianlong Emperor into a Buddhist monastery). Originally consisting of over 40 temples, the monastery was laid out in a symmetrical pattern, with the main buildings succeeding one another along a north-south axis, while the secondary buildings are laid out on parallel sides.

Amarbayasgalant was one of the very few monasteries to have partly escaped destruction during the Stalinist purges of 1937, after which only the buildings of the central section remained. Many of the monks were executed by the country's Communist regime and the monastery's artifacts, including thangkas, statues, and manuscripts were looted, although some were hidden until more fortunate times.

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