OCEAN EYES TOUR BEST 0F 15 DAYS TOUR
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The lakes in Mongolia are distributed unevenly across the country.
Many, including some of the largest, can be found in the Great Lakes Depression between the Altai, Khangai and Tannu-Ola mountain ranges in the west. A second group can be found in mountain valleys throughout the country.
Lake Khövsgöl in a rift valley south of the Russian Sayan Mountains has the largest volume because of its great depth. The remaining lakes found in the steppe areas and in the Gobi desert are usually smaller and shallow. The total area of the lakes is 16,003 km². The 83.7% of the total lakes number are the small lakes with surface area less than 0.1 km² (5.6% of the total area).
There are 3,060 lakes with surface area 0.1 km² and more
Duration: 15 Days, 14 Nights
Accommodation: Family ger camp, Town ger hostel, Camping possible
Number of people: 2-6 people / 6+
Transportation: Russian van or jeep
Day 1- Elsentasarkhai
In the morning you will be transferred by vehicle to the Elsentasarkhai (Mini Gobi). Elsen Tasarkhai is a part of the Mongol Els sand dunes, that continues 80 km long 5 km wide across Burd, Bulgan and Gurvanbulag soums of Uvurkhangai province. It is located 280 km west of Ulaanbaatar.
Day 2 - Kharkhorum "Erdenezuu Monastery"
“Now you will know about our culture and history. Erdene-Zuu is the oldest Buddhist Monastery in Mongolia. The history of Erdene Zuu is a mix of invasions, religious purges, political shifts, and outright murder. Damaged and dismantled in 1688 during a conflict between Dzungars (a confederation of Mongolian tribes) and Khalkha Mongols (historically ruled by the Khans), what remained of the monastery was reassembled in the 18th century. Again, in 1939, the order suffered a blow at the hands of Khorloogiin balsan, the Communist leader of Mongolia, who ordered the destruction of scores of temples and the slaughter of thousands of monks throughout the country. All that remained of Erdene Zuu were three temples and small order, with nearly one hundred structures destroyed and an estimated one thousand members either murdered or imprisoned. ”
Day 3 - Ulaan Tsutgalan
After a strong rain this magnificent seasonal waterfall, also called Ulaan Tsutgalan (Улаан Цутгалан), is one of the best sights in central Mongolia. About 25m downstream from the waterfall, you can climb down to the bottom of the gorge; it’s 22m deep and ted with pine trees.
Day 4 - Tsenkher Hot Spa
Arkhangai province is famous for its many ancient volcanoes. These volcanoes and the accompanying tectonic activity are responsible for the numerous water springs and natural hot water that flows year long from an elevation of 1860 meters (1.16 mile) above sea level. Mongolia’s most famous hot spring, Tsenkher natural hot spring, is located in Tsenkher soum. Situated between forested hills and breathtaking mountains, this hot spring is surrounded by cliffs and rapid rivers. Water from this geological spectacle emerges from the ground at 85.5°C (185.9°F). It is said that the Tsenkher hot springs have healing properties that assist in treating particular diseases and nervous system diseases. The water that flows into and from the hot spring is composed of hydrogen sulfide, sodium carbonate, hydro-carbonate, sulfate, and fluorite. The Tsenkher hot springs provide a place for visitors to relax in naturally heated water-pools that are artfully nestled in a lush mountain valley. This health spa offers indoor and outdoor baths.
Day 5 - Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake
Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake (Terkh White Lake ) is the freshwater lake, located near the Khorgo volcano crater in Tariat soum in Arkhangai province. Freshwater and volcanogenic Terkh White Lake, is 16 km long from west to east and 6km wide from north to south. Khorgo dormant volcano, Terkhiin Tsagaan river, and Khuduu river have been protected as a National Park since 1995. This lake was created as a result of a 4050 cm thick basaltic blockage of Terkhiin River, following the eruption of Khorgo volcano and some other volcanoes.
Day 6 - Ulaagchchin khar Lake
Ulaagchnii Khar Lake has been protected as Strictly Protected Area since 2010. Ulaagchnii Khar lake is located in the northeast of Erdenemandal soum in western plateau of Khangai Mountain Range. This lake is the freshwater lake and one of the most beautiful lakes of the country. We can see amazing sand dunes in the southern and northern parts of the lake. The lake is 23.9m long and 3.5m wide on average. The depth of the lake is 47m in the west 23-30m in the east and the deepest point is 57m near the Gatsaa. There is 2 big and small island called “Small and Big Avgash” in the middle of the lake.
Day 7 - Mukhart River
The Mukhart River, whose name means no-through road, is a small river flowing on twenty kilometers (12,43 miles) along the Bor Khyar Dunes, forming a lovely oasis in which poplars and sea buckthorns grow. The source of this river is really magical because it literally gushes from the huge and lovely Bor Dune. As it spontaneously springs, it also spontaneously disappears afterward in the dunes.
Day 8 - Hyargas Lake
Khyargas lake located 220 km from Ulaangom city. Lying at an altitude of 1028 meters above sea level, it is a salt lake, which is 75 km in length and 31 km in width. One of the deepest lake in the Great Lakes Basin, the maximum depth is 80 meters. The way to the Khyargas lake is desert steppe landscape and there is Khar Termis spring near the lake. The spring is very effective for internal organs and many Mongolians aiming to drink it. Khetsuu khad rock is the most attractive natural formation in this area, the lake waves are very strong and it seems like an ocean beach resort of Mongolia.
Day 9 - Telmen Lake
Telmen Lake is a saltwater lake in Zavkhan, Mongolia. Three islands are located in the lake, which is a gathering point for migratory birds. The water salinity is 6.49-7.61‰. Average temperature ranges from -32 oC in January to 12 of in July. From 6,210 to 3,960 years ago, as determined by radiocarbon dating, Lake Telmen was between 15 and 20m shallower than it is at present.
Day 10 - Tunamal Lake
Day 11, 12 - Khuvsgul Lake
Khuvgul Lake, freshest and deepest lake in Central Asia, is positioned in a North-South direction with an oval shape. Its length is 133.4 km from north to south while widest is 39.5 km from west to east. This lake has a volume of 380 km3 and it is second in Asia and 14th largest in the world. Khuvsgul Lake contains 93.6 % of total surface fresh water of Mongolia and 1% of world fresh water.
Day 13 - Uran Togoo
Uran is an extinct volcano in the western side of Uran-Togoo Tulga Uul Natural Monument in Bulgan province, 80 km west of Bulgan town. Uran means “Artistic”, Mongols named it so because its ridge of the crater is one of many examples of circles that arise in nature resembled a nice creature of a craftsman.
Day 14 Amart Monastery
Amart Monastery, whose name means ”monastery of the quiet felicity”, is located near the Selenge River, at the foot of Mount Burenkhan. It’s one of the three largest monasteries of Mongolia. The Manchu emperor Enkh Amgalan Khan built the monastery in the 18th century, in memory of the first Bogd Gegeen, Zanabazar, in order to keep and preserve his mortal remains. The construction began in 1727 and completed in 1737. 1200 langs (= 3730 kilograms or 8223 pounds) of silver coming from the state coffers were used to build this sumptuous monastery.
Day 15 - Back To Ulaanbaatar
Today your trip ends in Ulaanbaatar after unforgettable days in Mongolia.
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Cancellations can be made free of charge up to 30 days prior to the beginning of the booked service. The deposit (10%) is only refundable if the booking is canceled at least 30 days in advance.