MONGOLIA TRAVEL NEWS MONGOLIAN TOP 3 TOUR DESTINATIONS FOR NATURE LOVERS

If you are one of those who is Nature Lover or Active Traveler, Mongolia is the best place to escape civilization and enjoy natural beauties. 
It is said to be that the whole Mongolia is the “Natural Museum”. Mongolian landscapes are diverse; you will explore Gobi desert in the south- rich in rare flora and fauna, wilderness dense forest in the north-rich in pristine water and fish species, endless ecologically-balanced steppes-rich in rare birds and plants and ragged beautiful mountains in the west-also rich in rare wildlife. 
We suggest the following tours for you

 

1. A TRUE NOMADIC ADVENTURE TOUR

Mongolia horse riding and trekking tour

 

More than 60 million of livestock (5 different cattles): goat, sheep, cow, horse and camel; nomads riding horses and meadows dotted with white gers…welcome to Mongolia! A trip smoothly begin in the steppe by the Ugii Lake, you walks by the lake and also learn how to learn Mongolian semi-wild horse.

We go to the Orkhon Valley and visit Karakorum, ancient capital city of Great Mongolian Empire. After, during four days, we go to the Khuisiin Naiman Lake by a real traveling trekking with horses of packsaddle. Naiman Nuur with its exceptional configuration is surrounded by the beautiful nature of the middle part of the Khangai Mountain Region.

 

Mongolian beautyful

 

These lakes with fresh water and interconnected by ground water channels such as Shireet, Khaliut, Bugat, Khaya, Khuis, Onon, Doroo, Bayan-Uul are called Khuisiin Naiman Nuur known as Eight Lakes.  

A True Nomadic Adventure Tour - 12 days  

 

 

2. PIONEERING IN KHUVSGUL TAIGA WILDERNESS TREKKING TOUR

Mongolia top tours

 

It requires moderate level of trekking as it goes through wild areas of remote Taiga -the northernmost region. The beauty and the wilderness of the environment are amazing. The area is not much visited by common visitors, just adventure travelers go there. Trekking adventure starts from the minute you step into a legendary Khuvsgul lake. The taiga surrounding the lake is inhabited by moose, reindeer, brown bear, red deer etc. As long as we forward farther the nature will present amazing untouched beauty and only horse or reindeer riding is reachable to this area. Wild flowers are spread between the rocks, while meadow flowers include edelweiss and many kind of herbs which are used for medical purpose by the locals.

Tsagaan nuur and Darkhad valley is a low lying area with more than 200 lakes, the largest is the Tsagaan nuur lake. The area is surrounded by extensive marshland, mountains and forested hills, the natural home of Tsaatan minority reindeer people.

Pioneering in Khuvsgul Taiga Wilderness trekking tour - 14 days 

 

 

3. DISCOVERY TO THE FAR WEST MONGOLIA TOUR

Zavkhan aimag trekking tour

 

Perfect jeep over landing discovery tour, the route is drawn down to the south from the middle of the program and it ends in Ulgii town of Bayan-Ulgii province. The tour program is for time limited adventurers. In general, people know that the landscape elevation rises up towards the west part of Mongolia comprising high mountain ranges of Altai and Khangai. Along this trip you have an opportunity to discover all those beauties in a very peaceful way. You will constantly meet local people of different Mongolian ethnic groups, which are as different as you go further to the west. This is a very rewarding trip in a part of Mongolia rarely visited by foreigners yet. 

Discovery to the far west Mongolia tour - 16 days 

 


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