This tour gives us to change to visit Northern Mongolian the most beautiful and historical sides such as Khuvsgul Lake National Park and many big rivers and lakes - a true heaven for fishing anglers, the Reindeer herder-Darkhad Ethnic Tribe, many historical sites and burial monuments, breathtaking scenery of wild nature.
Khuvsgul lake is one of teen ancient lakes in the world and the freshest and deepest lake in Central Asia. The lake surrounded by beautiful high mountains covered by thick pine trees, dead volcanoes, rich species of birds. That outstanding wild nature will give you endless opportunities for photography not possible anywhere else in the world.
Therefore, we are going to explore Amar Monastery and Uran-togoo volcano, etc.There are lots of adventure waiting for us.
Tour destinations and Highlights
- Experience nomadic life
- Mongolian Traditional Folk Concert
- Chances to take plenty of pictures
- City tour
- Gandan-Tegchlen Monastery
- Mongolian National History Museum
- Zaisan Hill memorial
- Horse and Camel riding for 1 hour each
- Khuvsgul lake
- Urangtogoo volcano
- Amarbayasgaln Monastery
- Eat Mongolian traditional BBQ
Day 1. Arrival Day & City (L/D)
This day we will pick you up from the Airport and transfer to the hotel***.
If you want, you can take a rest for a while and then we will have lunch afterward we will do a city tour.
We will visit
- Zaisan hill from the hill you will be able to see the whole city.
- Gandan-Tegchlen Monastery
- Mongolian National History Museum and we will have dinner afterward, we are going to drop you off our hotel.
Day 2. Drive to Amarbayasagalan Monastery (B/L/D)
This morning after having breakfast, we are going to drive to Amar monastery. its 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. Today you can see 28 constructions, notably a two-stored temple covering an area of 32 square meters (344 square feet) and open for the ceremonies.
This remarkable 300-years old construction proudly stands. Stay in tourist ger camp.
Day 3. Drive to Uran- Togoo National Park (B/L/D)
Today, after having breakfast, we will drive to Uran- Togoo National Park which is located in the sum of Khutag-Öndör in the aimag of Bulgan,
Uran Uul is an extinct volcano whose crater reaches 1686 meters (1,05 mile) above the ground, has 500 meters (0,31 mile) in diameter and 50 meters (164,04 feet) in depth.
Day 4. Drive to Khuvsgul National Park (B/L/D)
Today we will drive to Khuvsgul Lake, the deepest and purest lake in Mongolia. Known as the Blue Pearl of Mongolia, it borders Siberia and has magnificent landscape views. We will also embark on a trek to the lakeside and mountains for photo-taking sessions, exploring and enjoying the wildlife, flora, and fauna of Khuvsgul Lake area. Stay in ger camp. Today we will drive to 230 km approximately.
Day 5. Leisure day in Khuvgul lake(B/L/D)
This morning we will relax Khuvsgul Lake area and walk around the lake and ride a horse for one hour. Maybe we will get a chance to see reindeer, taking a memorable picture of an unforgettable experience. Stay in ger camp.
Day 6. Flight to Ulan-Bator city (B/L/D)
This morning we will drive to Murun airport and fly back to the city and we will be able to do some shopping after that we are going to see Mongolian traditional folk concert and will have farewell dinner. Overnight at the hotel***.
Day 7. Departure (B)
This morning after breakfast, we will drive back to the international airport / Departure.
For a confirmed booking, a deposit of (10%) is required. Deposit is paid by credit card (secure payment via Stripe, no credit card fees). The remaining balance can be paid in cash upon start of the trip - unless Host & Traveler agree on different payment methods.
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.