Amicus Travel Mongolia

As we are Eco-friendly Travel Company, every trip is managed with the greatest respect for the lands we travel through and the local people we meet. Customers who travel with Amicus Mongolia do so with the assurance that the preservation and protection of the ecosystems and cultures we visit is of the utmost importance to us, both as individuals and as a company.
All our team comprises of fully trained and licensed professionals that have many years of experience in organizing a variety of tours in Mongolia. Our faithful guides are professionally trained in the culture, natural features, traditional customs and history of Mongolia and each is expert in the skills necessary for leading rewarding adventure travel.

We work in very close contact with different local communities who are our partners & service providers at each location around the region. We actively support conservation organizations whose work is making a difference in and around wilderness areas.

To maximize the contribution of tourism to the economic prosperity of the host destination, including the proportion of visitor spending that is retained locally. Social Equity: To seek a widespread and fair distribution of economic and social benefits from tourism throughout the recipient community, including improving opportunities, income and services available to the poor.

To engage and empower local communities in planning and decision making about the management and future development of tourism in their area, in consultation with other stakeholders and we support the conservation of natural zones in tourism area using empower local communities. 


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Helen Jennings

Helen has studied at the Universities of Goldsmiths, Kent, Jyvaskyla (Finland) and The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø) where she obtained a MA in Indigenous Studies. She has travelled extensively and has lived and worked in Canada, Scandinavia, and South America. Helen is particularly interested in cultural, indigenous, and spiritual tourism, ideas behind sensible ‘regulation’ and is convinced of the value of ethical and sustainable tourism.

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