- Star-gaze at Altai Tavan Bogd National Park
- Climb one of the five peaks of the Tavan Bogd Mountains
- Meet Mongolian eagle hunters
- Spend the night in a traditional gert camp
|Day 1||Ulaanbaatar to Bayan-Ulgii||Altai Tavan Bogd|
|Day 2||Hike to Tavan Bogd Base||Altai Tavan Bogd|
|Day 3||Climb Malchin Peak||Altai Tavan Bogd|
|Day 4||Hike to White Water River Valley||Ulgii|
|Day 5||Fly to Ulaanbaatar||Ulaanbaatar city|
Day 1: Ulaanbaatar to Bayan-Ulgii
Get ready for a unique cultural adventure into the heart of western Mongolia! On the first day of your trip, a driver will take you to the airport and help you board a domestic flight from Ulaanbaatar to Bayan Ulgii.
After arrival, you will spend most of the rest of the day traveling by 4-wheeler to your camp in the heart of Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. Your guide and driver will set up camp as you settle down for the night under the immense starry night sky.
Day 2: Hike to Tavan Bogd Base
Rise bright and early for a full day of hiking. You'll approach the magnificent Tavan Bogd Mountains on foot. Set on the border of China and Russia, these mountains are considered one of Mongolia's natural treasures. Rising at 14,350ft (4,374m), their Khuiten Peak is the country's highest point.
Once you have reached the base, you will set up camp and enjoy another night at the natural park.
Chat with a local specialist who can help organize your trip.
Day 3: Climbing to Malchin Peak
Malchin (herders) Mountain is perhaps the most exciting peak in Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. It is the only peak of the Tavan Bogd Mountains that is accessible without technical equipment, so even hikers with little experience can enjoy it in all its wonder. Weather-permitting, you will hike to the peak for a breathtaking panoramic view of the Mongolian landscape. Once you've taken in the scenery, you can walk back down with your guide, arriving back to camp in the evening for a hearty supper.
Day 4: Hike to White Water River Valley
Spend your final day in the beautiful national park on a short but sweet hike to Tsagaan Gol (White River). Take in the gorgeous views as much as you can before beginning the journey back to Ulgii. On the way back, you'll stop in an eagle hunters’ village to learn about this nomadic group's unique way of life. You'll spend the night in a local ger camp, the traditional tents Mongolian nomads have used for centuries.
Day 5: Fly Back to Ulaanbaatar
This morning, you'll board an early flight back to Ulaanbaatar.
If you are spending more time in the city, a driver will meet you and take you to your accommodation. Otherwise, we wish you safe travels on your next adventure!