Traveling with us you will experience unforgettable adventure at charming snow-capped mountain of Mongolia. Altai Tavan Bogd National Park is situated on the Western most point of Mongolia. The snow-capped the Cold Peak, 4374 m (14,201 ft), is the highest of the five peaks of Tavan Bogd Mountains. It covers an area of 630,000 hectares and is home to three large freshwater lakes and 34 glaciers, plus several waterfalls. Tours offer some of Asia’s most beautiful and unspoiled wilderness, where the snow-capped Altai Mountains tower above remote forests, lakes, and rivers. Teeming with wildlife, including many endangered species at the park including Argali (wild sheep), Beech marten, Ibex, Grey wolves, Red deer, Black Vulture, Elk, Snow Leopards, Altai snow cock, Golden Eagles and many other local wild animals.
Tsagaan Salaa river, Baga Oigor’s mountain art
Excursion by car from city to TsagaanSalaa’s river until 5th century АD. Turkic stone, which is discovered by Russian scientist in 2009. Overview of bronze arm’s art complex. At Altai Tavan Bogd’s smallest subrange Tsagaansalaa’s river valley that is stretches from 15 km wide to 500m you will experience about 10000 cave paintings, ancient cultural remains and artifacts. Overnight in tents
Drive to Mongolia’s largest Potanin Glacier /53.5 square km / and other Alexander, Granegglaciers. You will experience unforgettable excursion to largest Potanin Glacier. It covers 53.5 sq.km and ice river starts from Altai TavanBogd Snow peaks. Riding on horse-back along the river you will have a great opportunity to observe the beautiful wild untouched countryside, fresh air and fresh water.