Khuvsgul Lake Tour
It is our most recommended tour in Central Mongolia. Plenty of sites and attractions have included in the tour such as Mongolian wild horses, Ancient capital Kharakhorum, Mogoit Hot Spa, Tuvkhun Monastery, and Beautiful waterfall.
Enjoy nomadic family & Nomadic lifestyle, Experience local people's lifestyle, Visit of Kharkhorum, the Ancient Mongolian Capital, Erdenezuu Monastery, Chinggis Khaan’s legendary imperial city, Observation of the wild Prjewalski horses, Hot bath in Mogoit hot spa, Horseride to Tuvkhun Monastery.
Duration: 8 days/ 7 nights
Distance traveled: Approx 1200 kms
Regions: Bulgan, Tov, Uverkhangai Province /Khustai Nuruu National Park, Khugnu Tarna Natural Reserve, Orkhon Valley World Heritage Site/
Period: April to October
- 1 night in a local family
- 1 nights in a ger (yurt) camp
- 5 nights in tent camping
B: Breakfast L: Lunch D: Dinner
Hard Level: ☆☆☆/5 - 4WD
- $ 625 USD per person. for 2 persons
- $ 590 USD per person. for 3 persons
- $ 575 USD per person. for 4 persons
- $ 550 USD per person. for 5 - 10 persons
These prices include domestic transportation in Mongolia but not international flights to and from Mongolia.
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This tour takes to the most popular tour destinations including UNESCO World Heritage Sites, interesting national Park Khustai & Wild horse Park and Karakorum - ruins and museum of ancient Mongolian capital, the oldest and most famous Erdene-Zuu monastery - Mongolian Buddhist culture.
Next destination is Ulaantsutgalan Waterfall located in Khangai range erupted and formed along Orkhon Valley. Also explore Elsen tasarkhai sand dunes unique area combining forest and Gobi sand dunes.
Located 360 km to the south-west from Ulaanbaatar, Kharakhorum is the ancient capital city of Mongolia.
The Great Ruler Chinggis Khaan himself ordered it to be built in 1220 as the capital of the vast Mongol Empire and the construction was completed after his death by the second Great Khaan, Ugudei.
The splendid city with a fountain in the shape of a colossal silver tree designed by the French sculptor Guillaum Bouchier was destroyed by the Chinese Ming army in 1410.
In 1586, Abtai Khaan founded the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia.
Erdene Zuu is next to the site of Kharakhorum ruins. The lively monastery comprised 100 temples, 300 gers and 1000 resident monks enclosed in an immense walled compound with 108 pagodas.
Although ruined during the 1930’s communism purges, today the monastery has been restored and is regaining its former glory.
Also visit one of the Mongolia’s best travel site Mogoit Hot spa Resort. 44-86 gradus hot spa for health and drink.
Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
Arriving in Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to hotel. City tour. Visit to Gandan Monastery and Bogd Khan Palace Museum. Overnight in hotel.
Day 2: Erdenet
Driving to the Erdenet. The drive is approximately 400km and will take about 6 hours. Erdenet is the Second large city of Mongolia. Overnight in Hotel.
Day 3-4: Khuvsgul
Khuvsgul lake and it’s surrounding mountains, Darkhad tribe - Reindeer herders, Shamanism, Darkhad Valley and Khuvsgul Taiga Wilderness attracts most of them. Most famious fishing rivers - Shishged, Tengis, Alag Teel are fly-fishing heaven.
Day 5: Amarbayasgalant
Amarbayasgalant Monastery is one of the most beautiful placesin Mongolia. It was established on the order of Manju emperor King Enkh- Amgalan Khan. It was built between “1727-1736” to give respect to his teacher, Undur Gegeen Zanabazar.
Day 6: Ulaanbaatar
Driving back to Ulaanbaatar. Shopping. Evening cultural performance. Overnight in hotel.
Day 6: Departure
Transfer to Airport. Depart from Ulaanbaatar.
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Nosotros no somos fan de los tour, pero el hecho de haber estado solo se sintió menos como tour y más como haber contratado a un “driver” (si no sabes de lo que estoy hablando, probablemente debas leer nuestro post sobre Cómo recorrer y conocer Mongolia). https://filiyginoenviaje.wordpress.com/2017/06/17/nuestro-itinerario-en-mongolia/
The sceneries were simply breathtaking! Its really back to basics but I love every minute of it. I will visit again if I can.