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                Tsaatan people and Khuvsgul Tour  /Horse-riding Tour

Day 1 Amarbayasgalant monastery

Amarbayasgalant monastery one of the three largest Buddhist centers in Mongolia, is located near the Selenge River in the Iven Valley at the foot of Buren Khan Mountain. It was built between 1727-1736, without the use of a single nail.





 Day 2: Uran togoo Uul and Tulga Crater

The Uran Togoo - Tulga Uul Natural Monument  is a national protected area in the Bulgan Province of Mongolia. It is located about 60 km directly west of Bulgan city around the extinct volcanoes Uran Togoo, Tulga, Togoo, and Jalavch Uul.
All four mountain names allude to their volcanic past with designations borrowed from around the fireplace. The Uran Togoo and Togoo mountains are named for their bowl shape, the Tulga mountain named for its three mounds reminding of the traditional iron tripod kettle support. Jalavch is a term for a small pot. Uran crater  is 500-600 meters wide and 50 meters deep. Hiking to the craters. Overnight in a ger.



Day 3.   Pass Murun city take permit stay in natural

We will eat lunch in Murun,take permit ,visit Murun local market.








Day 4. Darkhad Depression and Khug village ( stay in horse guide's family)


Will  prepare  horses for horse back riding and meet with  local horse guide and their family. The culture and lifestyle of Darkhad people is quite different from the majority of ethnic groups in Mongolia. Interact with the local family, try their food and tradional costumes.










Day 5-8. Start horse riding to Tsaatan people

Saddle up the horses for an unforgettable horseback riding adventure!
The main objectives on horse pack trips: riding horse and having fun.
We altogether will aim to experience the true life of  nomads  and specially Tsaatan family and their culture and hospitality.The horse riding trip is inclusive with guides, all equipments, meals and lodging in tent camps along the way.





 Day 9-10.  Lake Khuvsgul

Lake Khuvsgul, 136km long and 36km wide at 1645m above sea level. It is second largest lake in Mongolia as well as the deepest. It is  known as the Blue pearl of Mongolia, because of its crystal clear water. It flows in to the Eg and finally reaches reindeer herders  who are few ethnic groups of Mongolia.






Day 11. Shine-Ider village

Camp in the nature





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Day 12. Terkhiin tsagaan nuur-White Lake

 we will drive to the National park Khorgo-Terkh. Khorgo volcano is a dead volcano covered with basalt lying to the east of the Lake Terkhiin Tsagaan (White of Terkh), has volcanic origins, in Tariat sum (sub-province) of Arkhangai aimag (province). The Volcano erupted in the Quaternary Period and its lave closed the water stream of River Suman and result of this meeting has created a truly incredible landscape which is matched by the fascinating extinct volcano craters which have produced a number of rock formations and huge gorges with fast flowing rivers and cascades. Something that is easy to figure out by the trail of solidified lava formations leading from the Lake to nearby the Volcano.




Day 13.  Hot spring (Hot spa)
The sulphur springs of Tsenkher which emerge from the ground at 86C. The hot spring is especially good for skin allergy.We will relax in Hot spa for the whole day. It is a good treatment after a long horse-riding trip. Overnight in a ger camp.
 

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Day 14. Semi- Gobi and Khugnu Khaan National Reserve

Drive to Semi-Gobi.  Imagine a picture that consists of rocky mountains in the back, sand dunes extending on the right sand of the dunes, green trees in and aside the dunes, a river flowing along the dunes. That is what Semi-Gobi looks like. Relax in Semi-Gobi. Trekking to the mountains. Camel riding or horse riding is possible on your request. Stay in a ger camp


Day 15. Driving back to UB