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Two day tour (Xilamuren Grassland or Huitengxile Grassland or Gegentala Grassland and city tour in Hohhot)

D1: Go to Xilamuren (huitengxile/ gegentala) grassland by Bus after breakfast (1.5 hours’ drive). Arrived at the Finger-mutton for lunch. After lunch, try the horse-riding (at one’s own expense) on the grassland, visit the herdmen’s family and taste the dairy products. Watch the three arts of Mongolian men: Horse racing, wrestling and archery. Mongolian toast ceremony at dinner. Watch the Mongolia songs and dances performance at the bonfire party in the evening. Stay over night in Mongolian yurts.

D2: After breakfat, visting Zhaojun tomb, Dazhao Lamasery, Inner mongolia Museum and Mengliang National commodities factory.


Day 1
Xilamuren grassland:Situated in the southeast part of Damao Banner, the Xilamuren Grassland scenic spot is about 100 km away from Hohhot. Xilamuren, Mongolian for “yellow river”, is also called Zhaohe, because there is a lamasery (named ’Puhui Temple’) on the bank of the Xilamren River.
The lamasery used to be the Summer Palace for the Sixth living Buddha of the Xilitu Lamasery in Hohhot. It was built in 1769, the 34th year of the Qianlong Age during the Qing Dynasty. The lamasery, consisting of three halls which were magnificent and gorgeous. Every summer, visitors can watch camel and horse riding performances here, or go hunting and fishing. If you try these activities you will be pleasantly.

Day 2
Hohhot: Means “green city” in Mongolian, is the capital of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and one of the most colorful cities in China, with unique local architecture including the Five-Pagoda Temple, the center of Mongolian culture. The city was founded in 1581 by the Mongol Prince Altan Khan. It became a military and religious center in the later Ming (late 16th century) and Qing dynasties. Now is the political, cultural, and industrial center of Inner Mongolia, Hohhot is a center for wool and leather products, building materials, iron and steel production, and fertilizer plants. The most interest to tourists is the Mongol summer festival called Naadam, usually held around mid-August. The festival features traditional Mongolian sports such as wrestling, horse racing, camel racing, and archery, mostly based on nomadic military skills.

The Tomb of Wang Zhaojun: The tomb located at the bank of Dahei River which 9 km south of Hohhot City, is the mausoleum of Wang Zhaojun, an imperial concubine during the Han Dynasty (206 BC 220 AD). The body of the tomb is an artificially rammed earth hillock, 33 meters tall. In 33 AD, Wang Zhaojun, a maid in the imperial palace of Han Dynasty volunteered a marriage to Huhanye Khan, chief of the Hun tribe in the north. Since their married, Han and Hun had co-existed peacefully for 60 years. The legend goes that in late autumn, all plants and grass in the north wither. But the tomb of Wang Zhaojun is an exception, still covered with fresh and green grass.

Dazhao Lamasery: Located at the Dazhao Qianjie in Yuquan District, Hohhot, the Lamasery was built in 1579 under the reign of Aratan Khan, chief of the Tumd Tribe. As the temple enshrines a 2.5-meter-tall statue of Buddha made completely of silver, it is also called "Silver Buddha Temple." The Third Dalai Lama from Tibet visited Dazhao to chair the "opening-the-light" Buddhist ceremony. The Lamasery boasts a large collection of religious relics, of which the silver statue of Buddha, dragon sculpture and frescos are the best known. During the reign of Emperor Kang Xi of Qing Dynasty, the main hall of the Lamasery also enshrined a gold plate with written words: Long Live Emperor, and the roof was improved with yellow glazed tiles. It therefore became an "imperial temple." Dazhao is the earliest lamasery established in the Inner Mongolian during the Ming and Qing dynasties.


Quotation (only for reference ):


Xilamuren Grassland

Huitengxile Grassland

Gegentala Grassland

For one person

RMB 1450

RMB 1490

RMB 1720

For 2-3 person

RMB 1020

RMB 1080

RMB 1190

For 4-5 person

RMB 800

RMB 860

RMB 940

For 6-9 person

RMB 720

RMB 800

RMB 820

Price includes: meals, guide service , transportation and service in Grassland, stay at Mongolian yurts for one night and insurance fees
Price excludes: Personal expenses, like Horse riding, camel riding, sand sliding.
Any meals not indicated in the itinerary

The quotation will be adjusted seasonally by the Tour Service.


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