Our curated series of travel experiences invite you to the very root of the Tengri story. It starts with the Khangai Yak and with the homelands of this magnificent indigenous creature – the steppes of the Khangai mountains.
We have designed once-in-a-lifetime escorted journeys to not only immerse you in the culture of one of Mongolia’s most remote regions, and one of the world’s last unspoilt destinations, but to step in to the world of Tengri, our journey, people, its land and animals.
A truly transformative travel experience is exclusively guided by eco-luxury pioneer and founder of the house of Tengri, Nancy Johnston. You will tread with an inspiring team of experts, from global pioneers to local gurus, incorporating expedition chefs, wildlife trackers and storytellers.
Sourcing sustainable rare fibres for Tengri clothing and interiors takes us to remote corners of Western Mongolia. Our in-depth, first-hand knowledge of the stunning landscape of the Khangai Mountains means we are uniquely positioned to offer fully immersive experiences, beyond the scope of traditional travel companies.
Our seasonal journeys curate ‘wild’ experiences governed by nature, transitioning from spring to winter landscapes, exploring physical and social connections with nature’s patterns. Tengri journeys inspire curiosity and dialogue, redefining life’s ‘luxury’ immersions, authentically connecting people, land and animals.
We invite you to meet and stay with the nomadic herders who have governed the majestic lands of the Khangai, with behind-the-scenes access to the Tengri combing season, gathering the rare fibres of the semi-wild Khangai yak, where our story begins.
Our itineraries incorporate awe-inspiring interactions with wildlife, people and rugged nature, adventures on foot and hoof, and exploration of the region’s remote landscapes, from steppes to sand dunes.
Together with our partners, nomadic herder families, local conservationists, specialist travel providers, local and national government, we offer one-of-a-kind bespoke trips centred around the preservation of indigenous communities and wildlife (read more about Tengri ‘Supporting the United Nations’ below). These exclusive itineraries form part of our wider nature conservancy project in Mongolia and beyond, generating income to support the Wildlife Conservation Society’s work in remote Mongolia.
We invite you to begin your journey with us, to join our discerning community of global citizens taking positive steps for global environmental change.
Supporting the United Nations
According to the United Nations Development Programme, 90 percent of Mongolia is fragile dry-land – desertification threatens wildlife and biodiversity.
Tengri’s social enterprise with nomadic herders helps to address this issue by supporting United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:
Promoting sustainable economic growth,
Ensuring sustainable production patterns,
Protecting and promoting sustainable natural ecosystems use,
Combating desertification through our global partnerships for sustainable development.