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Morning : Ulaanbaatar city. Depart to hotel Chingiss from airport.
Breakfast at the hotel
Afternoon: City tour:
– Gandan Monastery
– Sukhbaatar Square
– National Historical Museum
– Lunch at restaurant
– Natural Historical Museum
Evening : Dinner at Mongolian restaurant. Overnight at hotel
Morning : Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport and fly to Moron city.
Afternoon : Lunch at the restaurant in Moron city. Move to Camp Toilogt beside the Hovsgol Lake also you can take pictures of Ancient Deer Stone on the way
Evening : Special Dinner at the camp restaurant . Overnight at the Ger (Mongolian Traditional Yurt)
Morning : Breakfast at camp restaurant. Move to Islands named “Modon Khuis” and “Khadan Khuis” to take pictures and enjoying surround of the Island environment. Lunch on the Island.
Afternoon : Kayaking , (During the Kayaking it is more possible to take good pictures)
Evening : Dinner at restaurant
Morning : Breakfast at restaurant . Short time horseback riding around the Lakeshore which will be exciting.
Afternoon: Lunch at restaurant . Today we are going to have special show such as how Mongolians train their horses and how to catch them and we will make a little contest between our horse guys, you can see how Mongolians are so brave, strong and skillful from here. The winner will get some prize.
Evening : Dinner at restaurant .
Morning : Breakfast at restaurant . Today we are going to see a real Nomadic Hostel of Mongolia and they will show you how to produce their traditional food such as milk products. It will be very interesting. After that we’ll have a lunch in Mongolian family.
Afternoon: Move to another family which is Shaman and herds some Reindeers and who’ll represent us who is shaman and what do they use for it.
Evening: Dinner at restaurant.
Morning: Breakfast at restaurant. Hiking around the lake to see the scenery .
Afternoon: Lunch on picnic. Show How to slaughter a sheep and how to make a Mongolia Traditional food Khorkhog.
Evening: Dinner at restaurant . Mongolian traditional Musical concert.
Morning: Breakfast at restaurant. Prepare to depart to Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to Moron and fly to Ulaanbaatar.
Afternoon: Lunch on the way to UB . Transfer to Terelj National park from the airport straight.
Evening: Staying in a National park, camp and Dinner at restaurant and overnight in ger.
Morning: Breakfast at restaurant. Go to the 13th Century Park. …..
Afternoon: Lunch at 13th Century Park. Move to see the Great Khans Statue. Return to camp in national parks.
Evening: Dinner at restaurant in camp. Overnight at the camp.
Morning: Breakfast at camp restaurant. Transfer to hotel in Ulaanbaatar.
Afternoon. Lunch at restaurant. Go for shopping to buy some souvenir and cashmere.
Evening: Mongolian Professional Traditional Culture Assemble. Dinner at restaurant.
Morning : Breakfast at restaurant . Flight back.
The Gandantegchinlen Monastery (short name: Gandan), is a Tibetan-style monastery in the Mongolian capital ofUlaanbaatar that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the “Great Place of Complete Joy.” It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Migjid Janraisig, a Buddhist bodhisattva also known as Avalokitesvara. It came under state protection in 1994. The monastery was established in 1835 by the Fifth Jebtsundamba, then Mongolia‘s highest reincarnated lama. It became the principal center of Buddhist learning in Mongolia.
Sukhbaatar Square, in the government district, is the center of Ulan Bator. The square is 31,068 square meters in size. In the middle of Sükhbaatar Square, there is a statue of Damdin Sükhbaatar on horseback. The spot was chosen because that was where Sukhbaatar’s horse had urinated (a good omen) on July 8, 1921 during a gathering of the Red Army. On the north side of Sükhbaatar Square is the Mongolian Parliament building, featuring a large statue of Chinggis Khan at the top of the front steps. Peace Avenue (Enkh Taivny Urgon Chuloo), the main thoroughfare through town, runs along the south side of the square.
The modern National Museum of Mongolian History was established after the merger of historical, archeological and ethnographical departments of the State Central Museum and the Museum of the Revolution in 1991. It is now located in the facility built for the Museum of the Revolution, which was founded in 1971. The National Museum of Mongolia is currently recognized as one of the leading museums in Mongolia. A significant responsibility for preserving Mongolian cultural heritage therefore lies with the museum. It is also responsible for developing museological guidelines for museums in the nation.
This is one of the oldest museums which was founded in 1924 as the National Central Museum. In 1956 it was renamed the State Central Museum and in 1997 it became the Museum of Natural History, Today there are departments of Geography, Geology, Flora and Fauna, and Paleontology in the museum. Displays of stuffed and embalmed animals including the rare Gobi bear and wild camel, birds and fish will give you a good idea about the rich fauna of Mongolia . Most impressive is the Paleontology section. There are petrified eggs and bones of many dinosaurs that lived in the Gobi desert 60-70 million years ago and two complete skeletons of the flesh-eating giant Tarbosaurus and ihe duck-billed Saurolophus. Petrified bones of 5 kinds of dinosaurs out of 7 that are known today have been discovered in Mongolia.
Ulan Bator or Ulaanbaatar is the capital and largest city of Mongolia. An independent municipality, the city is not part of any province, and its population as of 2008 is over one million.Located in north central Mongolia, the city lies at an elevation of about 1,310 metres (4,300 ft) in a valley on the Tuul River. It is the cultural, industrial, and financial heart of the country. It is the center of Mongolia’s road network, and is connected by rail to both the Trans-Siberian Railway in Russia and the Chinese railway system.
Deer stones (also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer. There are many theories to the reasons behind their existence and the people who made them.Deer stones are usually constructed from granite or greenstone depending on which is the most abundant in the surrounding area. They have varying heights; most are over 3 feet tall,but some reach a height of 15 feet. The tops of the stones can be flat, round or smashed, suggesting that
perhaps the original top had been deliberately destroyed. The stones are usually oriented with the decorated face to the east.
Khadan huis island is a one of the most attractive island of the Khovsgol lake also which is the real paradise of bird.
Khovsgol lake is located in the northwest of Mongolia near the border to Russia at the foot of the Eastern Sayan Mountains. It is 1,645 m above sea level, 136 km long and 262 m deep. It is the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia, and holds almost 70% of Mongolia’s fresh water and 0.4% of all the fresh water in the world. The town of Khatgal is at the southern end of the lake. Khövsgöl is one of the seventeen ancient lakes worldwide more than 2 million years old and the most pristine (apart from Lake Vostok). And is the most significant drinking water reserve of Mongolia. Its water is potable without any treatment. Hovsgol is an ultraoligotrophic lake with low levels of nutrients and primary productivity and high water clarity (secchi depths > 18 m are common).The Lake area is a National Park bigger than Yellowstone and strictly protected as a transition zone between Central Asian Steppe and Siberian Taiga. The Park is home to a variety of wildlife such as ibex, argali ,elk , wolf, wolverine, musk deer, brown bear , Siberian moose and sable The name Khövsgöl is derived from Tuvan language words for “Blue Water Lake”
The Mongol horse is the native horse breed of Mongolia. The breed is purported to be largely unchanged since the time of Genghis Khan. Nomads living in the traditional Mongol fashion still hold more than 3 million animals, which outnumber the country’s human population. Despite their small size, they are horses, not ponies. In Mongolia, the horses live outdoors all year (at 30°C in summer down to -40°C in winter) and search for food on their own. The mare’s milk is processed into the national beverage airag, and some animals are slaughtered for meat. Other than that, they serve as riding animals, both for the daily work of the nomads and in horse racing. In the history Mongolians used to train their horses themselves until nowadays the men who train their horses are the bravest and strongest ones. Now you’ve got a chance to see how Mongolians train their horses.
REINDEER. For thousands of years, reindeer herders have roamed the taiga of northern Mongolia, a hauntingly beautiful wilderness of mountains, forest, rock and ice which straddles the country’s border with Siberia. The herders, known as the Tsaschin, or Dukha, rely on their animals for transportation, and for the staples of their diet: milk, cheese, yogurt and dried milk curds. But disease and inbreeding have reduced the Tsachin’s herds from more than 2,000 in the 1970s to less than one-third of that today. And that, in turn, has threatened the Tsachin’s way of life. The reindeer is well known in folklore due to Santa Claus‘s sleigh being pulled by flying reindeer, a popular element of Christmas.
Khorkhog is a barbeque dish in Mongolian Cuisine . Khorkhog is made by cooking pieces of meat inside a container which also contains hot stones and water, and is often also heated from the outside. To make khorkhog, Mongolians take lamb (goat meat can be substituted) and cut it into pieces of convenient size, leaving the bone. Then the cook puts ten to twenty fist-sized rocks in a fire. When the rocks are hot enough, the rocks and the meat are placed in the chosen cooking container. Metal milk jugs are a traditional choice, although any container sturdy enough to hold the hot rocks will serve.
Mongolia has a very old musical tradition. Key traditional elements are throat-singing, the Morin Khuur (horse head fiddle) and other string instruments, and several types of songs. Mongolian melodies are typically characterized by pentatonic harmonies and long end notes. In the 20th century, western style classical music has been introduced, and mixed with traditional elements by some composers. Later on the full palette of Pop and Rock music has also been adopted by younger musicians.
Gorkhi-Terelj National Park (Mongolian : Горхи-Тэрэлж, creek-rhododendron) is one of the national parks of Mongolia. The Terelj tourist zone has a number of “tourist camps” . It is connected with Ulanbator by a paved road (main road to the East #A0501 Baganuur-Undurkhaan , 37 km from Ulanbator city center, left turn to the branch #A24, 5 km later road crosses the Tuul river and the National park territory begins). The road comes to the Gorkhiin Davaa pass. Most of the tourist camps and tourist attractions are before this pass. The road then ends in Terelj settlement, which features small shops and restaurants. Terelj settlement is located in the Terel gol river dale, approximately 66 km from Ulanbator city center.
The 13th Century Park, located 96 km east of Ulaanbaatar in Erdene soum of Central province, has become one of the favorite attractions for both domestic and foreign tourists. The park is often referred as a « live museum» as the people residing in the park live the authentic lifestyle of the Mongols in the 13th century, without any use of modern items.
The visit to the park will evoke the true spirit and time of Chingis Khaan and will give you an opportunity to experience the authentic feeling of this historically famous period. The park comprises several camps and tribes each practicing different activities. The camps include King’s palace, shaman camp, herder’s camp, craftsmen camp, education camp and so on. All camps are open to you. You will enjoy traditional meals in the comfort of the King’s palace while watching folk art performances. In herder’s camp, you will see the daily activities of ancient herders, and ride a horse and a camel. In craftsmen’s camp, you will watch how the craftsmen make swords and brigantines of Chingis Khaan’s warriors. You will even have your name written in the old Mongolian script by visiting the education camp.
Office: 976-11-311846, 976-77110088
Mobile: 99136772, 99191761
Camp: 98116772, 88770326
Address: 41, Ulaanbaatar-210524, Mongolia