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Mongolia is truly one of the last undiscovered countries in the world. Mongolians are the last nomads on the earth. This tour offers you to experience the beautiful central Mongolia. 11 percent of Mongolian area is forest. Much of it is in central part. Green grassland, Khangai mountain range, deer stone monuments and beautiful valleys are all in central Mongolia. Also the most stunning area in central Mongolia is Eight lakes which are formed by the volcanic eruption and located on the top of the mountain. We will explore these areas by horseback riding.
In the morning
Khugnu Khan natural reserve covers 46,990 hectares of land and located in Rashaant soum of Bulgan province. The park is a splendid mountain and situated at the border of three provinces. In the natural reserve, there are extraordinary sand dunes about 80 kilometers. The scenery is spectacular combination of desert, picturesque mountain, river and green grassland. There are two monasteries in this national park.
Orkhon Valley is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Central Mongolia. It is formed by the unique combination of volcanic eruption and earthquake. The height of waterfall is 22m. The waterfall is located in beautiful Orkhon river valley with volcanic rocks which listed in the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES for its historical value related to Great Mongolian Empire . There is opportunity to experience nomadic way of life, their culture and traditions. We will start horse riding around Orkhon valley.
Prior to we start our horse riding we need to pack our stuff on the horse them we begin our horse riding from Ulaantsutgalan waterfall and ride horses until the entrance of eight lakes. We’ll follow our path across the steppes scattered with edelweiss, then we’ll ride along the forests of larches and pine trees, before stopping for the night at Buurug, on the edge of the forest.
We start our horse trekking from Buurug and we will explore Duruu, Bayan and Khuis lakes. Once we ride over the Shuvuun Shil Mountain the scenery changes a lot. The green infinite steppes give way to much more diversified landscapes forests of larches and pines, wild roses and wild flowers, junipers, gooseberries, and wild onions.
we will ride horses among the Shireet, Khaliut, Bugat, Haya and Khuis lakes. The Shireet is the biggest and deepest lake among the eight lakes. Only it has fish as well. All these eight lakes were formed by the volcanic eruption so you are able to see huge pile of pumice everywhere.
Today we ride back to Orkhon Valley. On the way we will see deer stone monuments.
The 86℃ hot spring water is supposed to have curative properties for arthritic joints and other ailments. Also spring is kept in high pressure under the ground flow rate is high, 10 litres per second. The water has mineral content and containing everything from simple calcium, sodium to sulphuric. The hot spring helps you to keep your skin softly and naturally. During the daytime you can have sunbath and when it gets dark you can enjoy the starts while you are sitting in the hot spring.
Karakorum was one of the most important cities in the history of the Silk Road. Although founded by Genghis Khan in 1220, Karakorum’s development as capital of the Mongol Empire occurred in the 1230s under his son Ogudei. The Mongols had a profound impact on the history of trade across Central Asia, as their vast empire connected east and west, and trade and exchange were facilitated by the PAX MONGOLIA, enforcing, as far as possible, peace and degree of stability across the vast territories under Mongol rule.
After the memorable trip we will head back to Ulaanbaatar