- Limits plastic use
- Actively reduces consumption
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Eternal Landscapes doesn’t follow the typical stereotypes of a tour company – they have nothing to do with ‘big groups’, ‘must-sees’ or ‘all-inclusive packages’. Instead, the vast ‘eternal landscapes’ of Mongolia and the broader context within which Mongolians live their lives within those landscapes runs deep through everything they do. If you’re looking to experience the real Mongolia as the locals live it then welcome to the community that is Eternal Landscapes. True, Mongolia can challenge as much as it beguiles so be prepared to face the same irritations and frustrations as the locals do. But if you do, you’ll fall in love with the immensity that is Mongolia.
Eternal Landscapes offer Mongolia experiences rather than tours and provide you with freedom and flexibility as well as a genuine and personal introduction to the real Mongolia – a Mongolia that they live and are based in. Eternal Landscapes are proudly independent and on all of their range of Mongolia tours and experiences they do all our own research, drive the distances, speak to the local communities, build the contacts, design and then run the experience. They do not source itineraries from other agents. There are no ‘big groups’, ‘must-sees’ or ‘all-inclusive packages.’ Nor is there tight schedules, highlights or tick it off the list travel. Rather they focus on slow travel – on making connections with people, places and the culture. Because of the way they work no two trips are ever the same. Rather than a standard itinerary, you’ll get an original insider experience.
A small (150 bookings per year) Mongolian registered company driven by a set of ethics and values including making a difference through tourism that doesn’t harm the liveability of Mongolia. As part of their philosophy, they don’t outsource the logistics of our trips to those already working the tourism circuit. Instead, they invest – nurturing their own local operations and providing long-term employment opportunities to those often overlooked by other companies and supporting them in their aim to be the best they can be. This includes a free training programme for Mongolian women who want the opportunity to work in tourism – all of Eternal Landscape's guides are Mongolian women.
Every trip helps to fund our work and is researched and put together by Eternal Landscapes – designed to promote and encourage the skills and development of the team as well as to provide long-term support to a range of Mongolian people and families that they work in long-term local community partnership with as well as projects that focus on improving life in Mongolia. They work side by side with each and our experiences are put together in a way that benefits and support each family or project, rather than disrupting their lives or work. These partnerships represent all spectrums of society and help break down the typical tourism stereotypes and clichés of Mongolia.