"Embark on an Unforgettable Journey: 16-Day Mongolia Travel Adventure Filled with Culture, Landscapes, and Unique Experiences"
16 DAYS: NORTHERN, WESTERN AND CENTRAL MONGOLIA
Enza Tours LLC is pleased to announce the inauguration of our Mongolian tour operator office. Prior to the commencement of our tours, our esteemed guides and drivers will acquaint themselves with our valued guests. It is noteworthy that North Mongolia boasts the famed Lake Khovsgol, often regarded as the smaller sibling of the nearby Lake Baikal situated to the north in Russia. The pristine, crystal blue waters of the lake serve as a perfect mirror to the majestic mountains and skies, all the while encircled by vast green plains. Likewise, Western Mongolia is renowned for being home to numerous ethnic groups of Mongolia and the Kazakh people. This region is considered the least-travelled area of the country, thus making it an exceptional destination for travelers seeking an authentic and unique experience.
Day 1. Amarbayasgalant monastery
We would like to draw your attention to one of Mongolia's most renowned and expansive monasteries. Situated in the scenic Iven Gol River valley, at the base of Burenkhan Mountain in Baruunburen village of Selenge province, this historical site has gained widespread recognition for its impressive art and architectural construction.
We highly recommend spending a night in the comfort of a nomadic family's traditional Ger or in a well-appointed tourist camp. This will allow visitors to fully immerse themselves in the local culture and experience the unparalleled hospitality and warmth of the Mongolian people.
Day 2. Uran Togoo Mountain
We would like to bring your attention to the remarkable Volcano Mountain located in Bulgan province. Our tour itinerary includes a visit to the ancient Uyghur city ruins of Baibalik, situated merely 14km west of the center of Khutag-Under Small town.
Visitors will have the opportunity to marvel at the remnants of this historic site and immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage of Mongolia. We offer the choice of either camping out or staying in a comfortable tourist camp overnight, ensuring a relaxing and memorable experience for all.
Day 3. Khuvsgul Lake
Our tour itinerary includes a picturesque morning drive to the stunning Khuvsgul Lake, the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia. A notable feature of the lake is that it is fed by 99 springs and rivers, while only one river, the Eg River, flows out of it.
Visitors will be captivated by the breathtaking alpine mountains that encircle the lake and the thick taiga forests that adorn them. We recommend spending the night in the comfort of a nomadic family's traditional Ger or in a well-appointed tourist camp, providing guests with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture and hospitality.
Day 4. Khuvsgul Lake
As your Mongolian tour guide, we would like to offer you an exciting opportunity to explore the stunning Khuvsgul Lake. You can choose to either ride a horse or hike along the lake's serene shore, taking in the breathtaking vistas along the way.
As we journey, we will pay a visit to a Tsaatan family, who specialize in breeding reindeer. It is fascinating to observe how some families bring their herds to the shore of Khuvsgul Lake each summer to partake in the burgeoning tourist industry.
We recommend spending the night in a traditional Ger of a hospitable nomadic family or in a well-appointed tourist camp. To round off the experience, we will treat you to a Mongolia traditional barbecue dinner, offering a tantalizing taste of local cuisine.
Day 5. Jugnayn Lake
We are excited to take you on a journey to Jugnayn Lake, located near Tsetseleg village in the beautiful Khovsgol province. This picturesque site boasts a wealth of cultural treasures, including ancient rock drawings and the intriguing Men stone.
Visitors can engage in a variety of outdoor activities such as fishing and hiking, making the most of the breathtaking scenery and pristine natural surroundings. We recommend camping out overnight, providing an authentic Mongolian experience and a chance to connect with nature on a deeper level.
Day 6. Telmen Lake
We will drive to Telmen Lakewhich is a saltwater Lake in Zavkhan, Mongolia. There are three islands in the lake, where many migratory birds gather. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s ger or Tourist camp.
Day 7-8. Khyargas Lake
We will drive to Khyargas Lake, one of the largest lakes in Mongolia and top attractions in western Mongolia. The basic attraction of the Lake is Khetsuu Khad (Hard Rock) an enormous rock sticking out of the water that attracts migratory cormorant birds. The birds arrive in April and hatch their young in large nests built on the rock. Stay overnight in camping out.
Then drive to Buurug del dunes which are direct continues of Gobi Desert and the most northern edge of the desert zone in the world. The dunes and surrounding mountains are designated wilderness; this is a great place to enjoy unspoiled natural beauty in a variety of ways. Here you can climb up to the dunes. Stay overnight in camping out.
Day 9. Senjit had
The rocky formations of Senjit Khad have a very interesting shape. In effects, the often-violent wind coming from Gobi Desert drilled the rock in several places and in the middle of the rock. This rocky formation is located on top of a hill from where You will enjoy an amazing view on the whole area, with its desert-type landscapes typical of Gobi. Stay overnight in camping out.
Day 10. Otgontenger Mountain
Otgontenger means “youngest sky” is the highest peak in the Khangai Mountains in Mongolia. It is 4021m high. The mountain is located in Zavkhan Province and is the only peak in the Khangai range that is capped with a permanent glacier. The south face of Mount Otgontenger is the most extensive granite wall in Mongolia. Since the introduction of Buddhism, traditional Mongolian beliefs have held that wrathful deities inhabit many of Mongolia’s sacred mountains. Ochirvaani is particularly associated with Otgontenger. Stay overnight in camping out.
Day 11. Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park
We will drive to Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park. Extinct volcanic craters, pine-clad lava fields, the occasional herd of grazing yaks and the Great White Lake, as it is known in English, are the natural highlights of the Arkhangai province. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s Ger or Tourist camp.
Day 12. Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park
On this day we will take it easy and rest. Some of the activities which can be done are horse riding and hiking. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s ger or Tourist camp.
Day 13. Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park
Early morning, we will drive to Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park. Here you will stay on the bank of the White Lake and visit some hundred years old Khorgo volcano crater and other natural sites. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s ger or Tourist camp.
Day 13. Tsenkher hot spring
We will drive to the Tsenkher hot springs. It is one of the biggest hot springs in Mongolia with a temperature of 86 degree hot, a high flow rate, high alkalinity and relatively high amounts of fluoride. The hot spring is mostly used for relaxing and restoring your health. Stay overnight in a tourist ger camp.
Day 14. Orkhon valley
We will drive to waterfall “Orkhon”, which is the great place for taking photos and go hiking through the gorge. 1-hour horse ride trail. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s Ger or Tourist camp.
Day 15. Khogno Khan Nature Reserve
We will to drive to Mount Khogno Khan Nature Reserve in the afternoon. On reaching the mountain after a couple of hours you will arrive at a nomadic family ger in front of this beautifully forested rocky mountain. The mountain is home to hundreds of birds, deer, and gazelle. You will be able to go hiking around the area or to the small dunes nearby called “Elsen Tasarkhai”. 1 hour camel ride trail. Stay overnight in a nomadic family’s Ger or Tourist camp.
Day 16. Khustai National Park and Ulaanbaatar
We will see Takhi, the Asian wild horse. If you have a chance, see wolf, argali sheep and deer. Enjoy small hiking and photographing the charming landscape and wildlife. Finally, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar.
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Discounts: 30% off for children under 2-6 years old
Transfers upon arrival and departure
English speaking guide at all times.
In the countryside, all lodging will be in ger camps and nomadic family’s Ger.
All meals are provided as stated in the itinerary.
Ground transportation: in the countryside by driven 4WD van, bus in the city area.
Park entrance fees
Horse and Camel ride
Sightseeing as per itinerary
1.5 litre of drinking water per day per person
Accommodation in a hotel or hostel in Ulaanbaatar
Hotel extras, such as telephone calls, bar bills, and laundry services
Travel insurance, medical insurance
Visa application fees
Personal expenses such as IDD call, the internet, laundry, items of a personal nature
Gratuity to local guides and drivers
Airfare or train ticket
Airport taxes, excess baggage charges (over 44pound / 20kilo)
Changes of arrival/departure flights
Any charges of major force beyond our control (e.g., imposition, quarantine restrictions, etc…)
This is a suggested packing list, which you should feel free to adjust to suit your needs. Please refer to our travel guide for more detailed information.
Backpack or soft bag
Waterproof bag cover
Waterproof hiking boots
Waterproof jacket with hood
Waterproof over pants
Fleece jacket or wool jumper
Long sleeve shirts
Resealing (Ziploc) plastic bags
Watch/ alarm clock
Money belt/ pouch
Insurance confirmation copy
Emergency contact number
Duration: 16 days, 15 nights
Group Size: 1-10
Overall and Tour: Distance 3100 km
Tour Operator: Enza tours LLC
Activities: Horse and camel riding, hiking, visiting the Amarbayasgalant monastery, Khustai National park to see wild horses.
Do you want this tour? Contact us!
Staying In The Nomadic Family
1pax:$270 per person and day
2pax:$175 per person and day
3pax:$155 per person and day
4pax or more:$125 per person and day
You can mix nomadic family and Tourist camps so that prices will decrease
Enkhzaya Ganbold (Enza)
Staying In The Tourist Camp and Tent
1pax:$360 per person and day
2pax:$245 per person and day
3pax:$215 per person and day
4pax or more:$175 per person and day
You can mix nomadic family and Tourist camps so that prices will decrease
Enkhzaya Ganbold (Enza)