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Fly Fishing Tour

Pristine, clear lakes, stunning surroundings, and some very large fish!          The Khoton and Khurgan Lakes are second largest and clearest of all lakes in Mongolia. The average depth is 26 meters, the maximum depth is approximately 58 meters. The landscape around the lakes is stunning: with forests and the snow-capped Altai Mountains. Khoton and Khurgan Lakes are...

Nomad Home Stay Tour

Stay with traditional nomadic families, share and learn about their special lifestyle This special tour takes you to discover a different world, Bayan-Ulgii is the only Kazakh province in Mongolia. In about 1750 a large group of Kazakhs moved from Kazakhstan to China, then 1844 the Kazakh leaders, Kobesh and Jilhishi, lead 500 families from China to a new home in...

Altai TavanBogd Mountain Climbing Tour

Join us as we climb one of Mongolia’s highest peaks, Mount Khuiten which simultaneously borders Russia, China and Kazakhstan. Mount Khuiten is one of the highest peaks of the Altai Mountains and the highest point of Mongolia at 4374 m. The Kuithen Peak simultaneously borders Russia, China and Kazakhstan and is close to other beautiful peaks: Malchin, Niaramdal...

Altai TavanBogd National Park Short Trek

The Altai region is a mountainous area located on the territory of Mongolia, Eastern Siberia, Kazakhstan and China. The mountain peak at Altai TavanBogd is located at an altitude of 4374 meters, and it is the highest point above sea level in Mongolia and is called Khuiten. Most scientists believe that the mountain name comes from the word “mountain with gold.” The...

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Located at the western most point of Mongolia, this park on the border of both Russia and China has views of Kazakhstan from the highest peak of Tavan Bogd Mountains (“Five Sacred” in Mongolian). At the northwest end of this 630,000 hectare park, the Tavan Bogd Mountains contains the 5 highest mountain peaks in Mongolia, with the highest, Khuiten Uul (“Cold Peak’) at...

Tsambagarav National Park

The sacred, snow covered Tsambagarav Mountain at 4208 M (13,737 ft) on the border of Bayan-Olgii and Hovd Aimags towers over the 110,960 hectares of Tsambagarav National Park. The park is known for its stunning vistas and diverse wildlife. The park contains many glaciers, rocky gorges, glacial lakes, and a 7 meter waterfall, in addition to deer stones , balbal...