Old school CULTURE and adventures that focus on “GOOD TOURISM” are what we are about ACROSS Mongolia!
OVER A DECADE OF PUBLISHED and AWARDED SOLO/SMALL GROUP HOMESTAYS and ADVENTURES!
At GER to GER we fuse modern luxuries (good 4×4 vehicles, rural accommodations, etc.) with classically “Mongolia” expedition experiences – rustic geographic terrains, nomadic cultures, rural lifestyles, etc… We try to provide that “definitively unique and true” Mongolia experience. As Mongolia is a vast country – there are literally countless cross-country expedition experiences that await avid adventurers, photographers, influencers and even those looking to expand upon their past experiences and/or step into the world of overland jeep expeditions!
GER to GER was established by both its Alaskan (USA) Founder in partnership with its Mongolian Co-Founder to creatively design ‘tailor-made’ travel packages across Mongolia that encompasses active adventures (horseback, trekking, overland expeditions, etc.), incredible landscapes, in-depth cultural experiences, historical sites and more. By doing so, GER to GER finances its community based tourism homestay initiatives “Live Like A Local Nomad Experiences” that assist nomadic families and their communities across Mongolia to earn ethical incomes via responsible/community based tourism – it’s AWESOME being good humans!
MONGOLIA NOMADIC CULTURE TOURS
SMALL GROUP JEEP TOURS THAT FOCUS ON UP-CLOSE NOMADIC CULTURAL EXPERIENCES AND CLASSIC CROSS COUNTRY GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORATIONS
JEEP TOURS TO GOBI DESERT, KHUVSGAL LAKE, TAVAN BOGD, ZAVKHAN'S OTGONTENGER, ETC., NATIONAL PARKS ACROSS MONGOLIA
IT'S HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO COMBINE ONE OUR OUR MONGOLIA JEEP TOURS WITH SPECIALIZED ULAANBAATAR CITY TOURS AND A FEW NIGHTS LIVING LIKE A LOCAL NOMAD FOR THAT EPIC MONGOLIA ADVENTURE!
15+ YEARS OF HELPING LOCALS
Mongolia’s PREMIERE community based tourism agency and tour operator
FIRST WASHINGTON D.C. HQ CERTIFIED NATGEO GEOTOURISM AMBASSADOR TO MONGOLIA
Geotourism is defined as tourism that sustains or enhances the distinctive geographical character of a place—its environment, heritage, aesthetics, culture, and the well-being of its residents.
Mr. Zanjan Fromer of GER to GER has been a National Geographic Society CERTIFIED GEOtourism Ambassador since 2010 (also listed with the Destination Stewardship Center) and was AWARDED the Ministry’s Medal of Honor for Leadership in 2015. We are a Social Enterprise, Community Based Homestay and local Tour Operator in Mongolia that does “Good Tourism” via our Adventurous Nomad Homestays and Fully Packaged Expeditions Across Mongolia.
“nomadic families commonly use their tourism incomes towards children’s education, clothing, healthcare for their families, etc., which they typically can not afford.”
OVER TWO DECADES
Rapid Expeditionary Development (RED) & SPECIAL PROJECTS
GER to GER GEOtourism – OFFICIAL AMAZING RACE REPRESENTATIVE
GER to GER (MONGOLIA) is both FEATURED in, as well as, is THE OFFICIAL COUNTRY FACILITATORS/FIXERS/PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT of both
The 2006 Amazing Race USA (EMMY/DGA Awarded) & The 2019 Amazing Race Australia…
(ACTIVE FACEBOOK – LINKED VIDEO)
THE AMAZING RACE AUSTRALIA
MONGOLIA QUOTED AS THE
“BEST EPISODE YET!”
LEARN FROM GOOD HUMANS
GER to GER Client Testimonials & Links
“KEEPING GEOTOURISM 100% LOCALLY REAL”
REAL.adventures, REAL.cultural explorations, REAL.lifestyles, REAL.people, REAL.experiences, etc.
“If you want to get an idea of what traditional life in Mongolia is like while also staying off the beaten track, this is the place to book a tour. I did a three day tour in the Middle Gobi region and a 6-day tour in Bulgan Province. I stayed in Mongolia near the end of april, which is a good time temperature-wise. Both tours greatly exceeded my expectations, as did the service provided by GerToGer…”
“…I thoroughly enjoyed staying with these people and want to thank GerToGer. These tours were the best combination of feeling safe (knowing you can always call them in case of emergency) and experiencing something real and unique. Definitely a highlight of my travels, you can’t miss this if you are visiting Mongolia!”