Mongolia is destination of many activities and adventures. This trip gives you great chance to visit real Mongolian nomadic families and experience their everyday life, custom and tradition.
Many people think that Mongolia is the only nomadic country. But, we did have State, capital city and trade center. Karakorum was the ancient capital of Mongol Empire and main destination of the famous Silk Road.
The Mongolian Altai Mountains, straddling the Russian and Chinese borders, are the tallest of the three major mountain ranges of Mongolia. Riddled with eternally snow-capped peaks and glaciers, they provide some of the most beautiful sights in Mongolia.
Located in the remotest corner of the most pristine and wildest country in the world, Tavan Bogd trek or Trekking in Altai mountains Mongolia 9 days offers a rich cultural experience and brings you through green meadows, icy gorges, clear lakes, rushing streams,
Fishing in Mongolia is wonderful experience. We have over 4000 rivers and more than 30 lakes – all totally unspoilt and unpolluted, and a fabulous place to catch a wide variety of fish.
This fishing adventure allows you to discover the wild rivers of northwestern Mongolia, under the expert guidance of our expedition leader, who will take you to the best fishing spots in Mongolia’s northernmost province, which shares a border with Siberia Russia to the north.
Located in the remotest corner of the most pristine and wildest country in the world, Tavan Bogd trek offers a rich cultural experience and brings you through green meadows, icy gorges, clear lakes, rushing streams, lush alpine pastures, snow capped peaks
Mongolia is home of nomadic culture. Almost half of the populations still remain to live nomadic lifestyle. A very special way to discover the lifestyle and traditions of the Mongolians is to stay a few days with nomadic families.
The rivers and lakes of Bayan-Ulgii province are stocked full of trout, salmon, and other freshwater fish. Fly fishing and ice fishing are especially popular. All of Bayan-Ulgii drains into the Great Lakes depression of Mongolia, and is a self contained watershed.
Riding on horseback beside nomads through the wonderful landscape of the Orkhon Valley, is there a better way to experience the real Mongolia? This camping horse riding tour takes you to the most remote sites of the Valley