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My name is Nurlan. I am Qazaq. I was born in Bayan Ulgii City, Western Mongolia.

I am a teacher in high school. In summer organize different kinds of tours. Horse riding, Camel riding, Jeep tour, Hiking, Mountain Climbing, Photographing, Naadam Festival, Eagle Festival, Spring and autumn Migration of Nomadic people, Fishing, Cycling, other adventure tours.

Welcome to Western Mongolia to see the real nomadic life of people.

My skills, interests, and hobbies: Speak English Russian. Interested in sports. Basketball, Volleyball, Table tennis, International Draughts, (Checkers), Chess, Jogging etc Watch historical movies.

Country: Mongolia

Trip Request for: Mongolia

Role: Certified/licensed Guide

Years of experience: 13

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2 received reviews (100% positive, 2/2)

Missing Aleid & Anna

We travelled more than 2 weeks through the Tsambaragav area and the Altai Tavan Bogd with our guide Nurlan.

We had a very good time with him. Nurlan is very kind and funny and we could talk to him about all subjects of Mongolian life. He knows a lot about the different cultures, the history and the nature. If Nurlan is not working as a guide, he is an English teacher. We understood he is also very dedicated to that job.

We walked a lot with Nurlan and sometimes we had to cross difficult rivers. In stead of taking our shoes off to cross, Nurlan carried us across the water. He is amazing strong and we felt like little children who were carried by daddy.....Very funny! Never a dull moment with Nurlan, he has a lot of energy and after a whole day of walking he made already plans what we could do in the evening.

It was not easy to say goodbye at the end of our trip, but who knows, we will come back one day to this beautiful country and meet again!

Aleid and Anna from the Netherlands.

Missing Pepper

Nurlan was one of our guides and English-Kazakh-Mongolian translators on a two-week trip to Olgiy and Altai National Park. He has a quiet, calm, and friendly personality with a very good understanding of English. This made it easier for him to not just be a guide on the trip but a friend as well. I felt like he could take care of any challenge that came along and make it look easy. Nurlan was able to go back and forth between us (a mix of Americans and Europeans) and our large Kazakh/Mongolian crew easily, relating to both groups. He is also physically very strong and tall so he was able to physically assist some of us over a crazy glacial river and up to a waterfall coming off a glacier! If I ever went back to the Altai I would seek Nurlan out, no question - he's awesome!

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