Travel Agenda / 6day 5 night /
Join us on this captivating tour where you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of Altai Tavan Bogd. Known as the roof of Mongolia, this extraordinary destination invites you to discover its majestic mountains, breathtaking glaciers, and stunning natural landscapes. Moreover, you will have the privilege to delve into the rich and vibrant Kazakh culture, experiencing its traditions, customs, and warm hospitality. Get ready for an unforgettable journey through the wonders of Altai Tavan Bogd.
- A small group of individuals ranging from two to five people 1380$
- A group of individuals ranging from six to ten people 1200$
- Up to 10 people 1080$
- Air tickets from Ulaanbaatar to Bayan-ulgii
Arrival to hotel
The great Chingis Khan Museum
The museum proudly houses an impressive collection of over 10,000 original exhibits spanning a wide range of historical periods. These exhibits cover the rich heritage of Mongolia, starting from the era of the Hunnu Empire, the first nomadic state, up until the early 20th century. Visitors can explore the fascinating activities and lives of Mongolian kings, nobles, and the various states throughout history. The museum showcases a diverse array of artifacts, including objects used by these historical figures, as well as important relics from major events. With the aid of modern advanced technology, the museum presents captivating displays of paintings, hand paintings, sculptures, blacksmithing, sewing, embroidery, and intricate models. https://chinggismuseum.com/
Gandan Monastery, located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, serves as the central Buddhist monastery of Mongolia. Its establishment dates back to 1809 when it was founded as the Yellow Temple on Dalkh Terrace. The architectural structures of the monastery exhibit a blend of Mongolian, Mongolian-Chinese, and Sino-Tibetan styles, constructed using materials such as wood, stone, brick, and ornamental blue-glazed pottery.
Zaisan Tolgoi is situated in front of Ulaanbaatar city and holds a special place as a popular tourist destination. At the summit of Zaisan Hill, there stands a memorial complex dedicated to Soviet soldiers. Constructed in 1971, the complex serves as a tribute to the courageous Soviet soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of Khalkh River.
Altai Tavan Bogd Mountain
Altai Tavan Bogd Mountain, nestled within the Mongolian Altai Mountains, proudly stands as the highest peak in Mongolia, earning the prestigious title of “the roof of Mongolia.” This awe-inspiring mountain is characterized by its five prominent peaks, each offering a unique and breathtaking sight to behold. Within the realm of Tavan Bogd, you will also encounter three of Mongolia’s largest glaciers: the Potanin Glacier, the Alexander Glacier, and the Grane Glacier. Of these glaciers, the Potanin Glacier reigns as the largest, stretching approximately 14 kilometers in length. Prepare to be enchanted by the grandeur and natural wonders that Altai Tavan Bogd has to offer.
Travel to the Khoton khurgan lakes
Khoton and Khurgan lakes, nestled within the breathtaking Altai Tavan Bogd Natural Park, are remarkable freshwater lakes that owe their existence to ancient glacial activity. Surrounded by the majestic snow-capped peaks of the Altai Tavan Bogd range, these lakes offer a truly awe-inspiring sight.
The two lakes, Khoton and Khurgan, are intricately connected by a narrow channel. This channel, known as Shar Ghatlaga or “Syrgaly” by the local people, provides a unique link between the two bodies of water. You can traverse this channel and witness the seamless blending of the lakes, creating a harmonious natural spectacle.
As you explore the area, take in the serene beauty of the lakes and their surrounding landscapes. Immerse yourself in the tranquility and marvel at the reflection of the mountains on the calm waters. The wooden bridge spanning the channel adds a touch of rustic charm to the scene, providing a picturesque spot for capturing memorable photographs.
Visiting Khoton and Khurgan lakes allows you to witness the pristine beauty of nature and experience the captivating allure of Altai Tavan Bogd Natural Park.
See the Oigor petroglyphs at the Baga sariy waterfall
Nestled amidst the mountainous landscapes, you will discover several magnificent waterfalls, with the grandest of them all being the Baga Ori waterfall. This majestic cascade descends from a towering cliff, boasting a remarkable height of 36 meters. The waterfall flows in a series steps, forming two distinct sections, known as the big and the small waterfalls. Witnessing the spectacle of water tumbling down the cliff is a sight to behold, attracting tourists to this beloved destination.
The surrounding area is a haven of natural beauty, captivating visitors with its scenic vistas. The Baga Ori waterfall is located within the Baga Oygor and Tsagaan Salaa river basins, situated in the Altai five bogs region. This picturesque setting offers a tranquil and serene ambiance, inviting exploration and relaxation.
As you wander through the area, you will also come across an extraordinary collection of petroglyphs. These ancient rock carvings span an impressive 15 kilometers in length and 500 meters in width. With over 10,000 petroglyphs, they offer a glimpse into the region’s rich history, spanning an incredible 8,000 years from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age. Exploring this archaeological wonder allows you to connect with the past and appreciate the cultural heritage of the area.
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey, as you delve into the beauty of the Baga Ori waterfall, immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the surroundings, and discover the fascinating petroglyphs that unveil the stories of ancient civilizations.
We invite you to venture into the captivating Bayan Ulgii province and experience an extraordinary night filled with art performances. Located in the westernmost region of Mongolia, Bayan Ulgii province is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes.
There are very few nations in the world that engage in bird hunting, and one of them is the Cossacks. This unique tradition has been practiced by them for 250 years. In 1875, over 20 families from Xinjiang, Altai, China, made the pioneering move to Mongolia, bringing their rich cultural heritage and bird hunting expertise with them.
Folk art performance
During your visit, you have the opportunity to explore the Fiddle Museum, where you can immerse yourself in the world of traditional Mongolian music. The museum showcases a collection of folk-art fiddles, harmonicas, and other musical instruments. Additionally, you can enjoy performances of long songs, traditional dances, contortion, and other captivating cultural displays.
To delve deeper into the craftsmanship of these musical instruments, you can also visit the Fiddle Factory, where you can witness the skilled artisans at work as they craft these beautiful instruments.
Bogd khan museum
The Bogd Khan Museum is a museum complex housed within the Green Palace of Bogd Javzandamba, the final king of Mongolia. It stands as the oldest and one of the most esteemed museums in the country, showcasing a wealth of historical, cultural, and artistic artifacts. The museum boasts an impressive collection that includes religious offerings, ethnographic pieces, and an array of stuffed animals.
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