Adiyabold

Adiyabold
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I studied tourism in Mongolian Tourism Institute in 2000. I have been doing tour guiding and tour business for 18 years. I love to travel and so far I have traveled to over 30 countries and visited all the 21 provinces of Mongolia. I did volunteer work in Russia for 2 years as well.

One of my “biggest” customers was a group of Smithsonian scientists from the USA who came to study Deer Stones in Mongolia for 10 years once per summer. Based on my personal experience and observing the clients' I decided to choose work with special interest visitors as private groups including a professional photographer, filmmaker, history and culture lovers.

Also, my intention turned to eco-friendly and community-based tours such as hiking, horseback riding, camel riding, media and art projects with nomadic culture experiencing trips. It does not have to be a rural tourism or sacrificing your comfort. I like to provide safety and comfortable stay to our clients while experiencing cultural trips all over Mongolia. So, we organize:

  • Private cultural tours explore Mongolian local nomadic life with beautiful and famous landscapes
  • Multi-Activity tours of small groups or families that include cycling, hiking, and horse trekking
  • Wildlife observing, fly fishing in mountain streams for catch and release
  • Visit local festivals including Naadam and Eagle Festival and many other

He believes in his strength of experiences to do more and better services to make customers stay happy.

We have a great network in most of the Mongolian provinces as local families and local authorities and tour guides we share our knowledge and experience and enjoy working with them. I love my county and love to share our tradition, culture, knowledge and history with foreign people.

My skills, interests, and hobbies: Skills: Tour guide, teaching, teamwork, managing, organizing, computer, English and Russian speaking Interests: Travel and tourism, art and culture, volunteering, and history Hobbies: Reading, soccer, swimming, movies, pop and classical music, and sketching

Country: Mongolia

Services in: Mongolia

Role: Registered Tour company

Years of experience: 15

9 open listings

11 received reviews (100% positive, 11/11)

Missing Marc

Adiya was extremely knowledgable, engaging and spoke excellent English. He was quite accommodating and eager to make our tour a wonderful experience. Highly recommend and will seek him out next time we return to UB.

Missing Louis

This was an amazing tour. One of the best in my life. My guide, Adiyabold, was a great part of the reason why. He organized absolutely everything, was responsive to pre-tour questions, and proved to be the perfect host to this remarkable country. The itinerary was exactly what I wanted, and it was clear he was happy to modify it according to your interests. On top of all that, he arranged for our host family to make vegetarian versions of their otherwise meat-heavy cuisine.

Missing Susan

Adiya did a wonderful job of putting together a private tour in and around Ulaanbaatar. He had no problem revamping the itinerary, when a couple of the stops were duplicated on the longer tour that brought me to Mongolia. He was a very knowledgable guide and very entertaining. I would rebook with Adiya if my travels bring be back to Ulannbaatar.

Missing Paul

Adiya (best pronounced as Idea) proved to be a very accomplished local guide, by organising the day's plan to fit in with our requirements and the restrictions created by the vehicle restrictions in the city. This meant a long but very interesting day. Adiya explained every aspect of our experiences and made us feel very much at home in his country. Thank you, Idiya.

Missing Sharon

Adiya provided a wonderful two-day tour to my adult son and me. He is very professional, but also funny and fun to be with. He speaks English fluently. He is quite knowledgeable about Mongolia, and really seemed to enjoy showing us around. He was also very responsive to my emails in advance of the trip. I recommend him very highly and without reservation.

Missing Harry

A great guide. Set up an individual tour for me according to my wishes. Speaks good English. Provided good transportation. Fulfilled special desires for things done in Ulaan Baatar. Got me a special invitation to a mini-Naadam festival which was unexpected and very worthwhile. Made sure I was lodged in a luxury ger camp with ensuite bathroom, a bit hard to find in Outer Mongolia. Persuaded me to ride the famous Mongolian pony. Made arrangements for me to see cultural folklife show.

Missing Steve

A very well planned and organised tour. We visited the awe inspiring Chinggis Khan equestrian statue, various types of gers, stayed overnight in a ger at the Red Rock resort in the stunning countryside, climbed turtle rock, visited the nearby meditation monastery and then trekked on a Mongolian horse - all in just 2 days. Adiyabold had a great knowledge of Mongolian history as well as the recent social and political changes in Mongolia over the last century - his strong English made it fascinating.

Missing Jordan

I spent an amazing time with Adiyabold for two days, visiting the statue of Genghis Khan, then the 13th century national park, and finally the telrej national park. We stayed with a nomadic family, sharing their customs and their home, and Adiya was so good, translating everything for me, including me in the conversation, as well as giving so much information on past and current customs of Mongolian people, so that I could immerse myself into the country. It was truly and exciting experience.

Missing Steven

Adiyabold is knowledgable, courteous, interesting and is willing to go the extra mile. He immediately figured out what I wanted to see and adjusted the tour accordingly. Wish I could give him 6 stars

Missing Helen

On July 12th, we were picked up in UB and taken out to the races for the Nadaam Festival by Adiyabold. He was so kind, articulate, knowledgeable and helped us have an amazing day. 5/5

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Winter Life of Mongolian Nomads and Hunting Season
  When we drove off to the west from Ulaanbaatar the weather was like a giant blue sky, snow-covered white hills and...

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Ishanie
Travel month: Jul 01, 2016, Request open until Jul, 2016, 69 views, 3 answers
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