4 DAYS TO DISCOVER MINI GOBI, MONASTERY COMPLEX & WILD HORSE
DAY 1. TO AMARBAYASGALANT MONASTERY
Travel to Amart Monastery, situated in the base of Burenkhan mount, Yeven river valley. On the way we will stop for lunch, we’ll visit Amart (1726), a monastery studded with 28 temples rich in wood carving and religious art. It was the one of the largest and most important monasteries in Mongolia, included about fifty datsans and many temples, housed a community of around 6000 monks. Its architecture is a perfect blend of Mongolian, Tibetan and Buddhist shills. Since 1943 the monastery stands under state protection, was restored and revitalized. It was also inscribed on the List of World Heritage in 1996.
Stay overnight in nomadic family additional ger+ BLD
DAY 2. TO UGII LAKE
Drive to Lake Ugii, a famous for its bird life and about 150 types of aquatic birds gather at Lake Ugii including scarce birds like a cape barren goose, a spoonbill, a Dalmatian pelican cranes and ducks. Here you will come across water bird research station. This bluish lake has an ait, where endangered migrating birds breed. Ramsar Convention has registered Ogii lake in the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance for being important breeding and staging area for a variety of waterfowl.
Overnight in yak herding nomadic family additional ger +BLD
DAY 3. TO KHUGNU TARNA NATURE RESERVE/SMALL GOBI OASIS/
Head to the west to visit Khugnu Tarna Nature Reserve, protects some endangered species of birds and wolves. Four different nature zones are combined together in one place and covers 49600hectars and on the way the Nature Reserve, we will visit Hustai National Park to see Takhi wild horse and its biodiversity. When we reach to Khugnu Tarna NR we will ride a Mongolian two humped camel and horse.
Overnight in nomadic family additional ger +BLD
DAY 4. BACK TO ULAANBAATOR CITY VIA HUSTAI NATIONAL PARK
On the way back to UB, We will visit Hustai National Park where takhi wild horses were reintroduced from Netherland since 1992. When reaching the destination, have a brief introduction of the takhi horse and biodiversity of Hustai National Park and continue the driving to the habitat of the last surviving subspecies of wild horse “Takhi” to explore. +BL
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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.