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Fishing in pristine nature with horse

Fishing in pristine nature with horse
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Tour description
Tour name
:      Fishing in pristine nature by horse

Start:                UB-back UB
Destinatoin:    Amarbaysgalant monastery, Erdenet city, Beautiful Uran Togoo Mountain,  Bulgan City, Famous Hanui Spring Wells,  a visit Nomadic Famliy and experience of fishing.
Goal:               to have deep experience of fishing in Mongoplia riding horse through remote and unique areas
Duration:         12days, 11 night
Price:               1 person – 3060$, 2-3 person  –3839$, 4-6 person  –  5995$ 

 

 

Why do we love this trip

 

  • Learn unique Mongolian Culture
  • Discover Nomadic lifstyle
  • Spot Wild and Domestic animals
  • Visit and meet real Nomads    
  • Feel real silence and wild nature
  • Enjoy fresh and clean air

    If you feel you wanna have a unforgetable memory of fishing, riding in beautiful local areas camping in unique spots, this trip we're offering is the best.
    Mongolia is a quite big county -It is important to appreciate the landscape for it's vastness.  Rugged Mongolia is an adventure destination where travellers can see the tradition of the past still practised today by hardy nomads dwelling on the country's vast steppe and deserts. 
     

Day 0:  We  will meet you at airport upon your arrival in Ulaanbaatar city/capital of Mongolia/ and take you to the hotel you choose. The rest of day is for you to get rid of fatique and enjoy a free day. Prepare yourself, on the most of days of this tour, we'll spend a several hours on the road. Note: fishing equipment,  the camera with full battery, torch, and other stuffs/suitable clothing for horse/camel riding/. 
Overnight: at the confortable hotel

Day-1: In the morning our experienced guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel you stayed, then we'll start our wonderful trip  visiting to the Gandan Monastery to have blessing. We'll drive to Amarbaysgalant Khiid.
 

First site- Gandan monestary

Gandan is one of the largest monastery in Mongolia and of the biggest touristic attraction. It was built in 1838 by fourth Bogd Gegeen. This is the only monastery that could survive from religious purge of 19th-century and continue its original function.
The full name is Gandantegchinlen, can be translated as 'the great place of eternal joy'. Inside is main Buddha statue , 26m high and made of copper with a gild gold covering. It contains inside 25 tonnes of medicinal herbs, 334 sutra, and two million bundles of mantras.

The original statue was destroyed in 1920 during the communist purge, and actual one was rebuilt with donation of Mongolian people as symbol of Buddhist revival in the mid 1920's.


Amarbaysgalant Khiid
The monastery is located in province of Selenge positioning in the front of Burenkhan mountain. It is considered on of the top three Buddhist institution in Mongolia one of the few monastery in Mongolia that could survive from the purge of the 1930. Amarbaysgalant Khiid was built between 1727 and 1737 in Manchu style, by the Manchu emperor Yongzhen and dedicated to the great Mongolian Buddhist and sculptor Zanabazar, Whose mummified body was moved here in 1779.  
Overnight in Ger camp.

Day-2: After breakfast, we leave Amarbaysgalant heading to Uran-togoo /extinct volcano/ well-known for its beauty of the appearance.
Uran Togoo 
Uran Togoo Uul is located in Khutag-Undur soum of Bulgan province 80 km from Bulgan. Uran Togoo is the most beautiful extinct volcano for its outside appearance, containing lake on it and a complet crater. Altitude is 1686m , the rim of crater 500-600m and  50-60m deep. Now It is strictly protected area.

Overnight in a Ger Camp or Tent

Day-3: In the morning after breakfast, we'll head to the destination where we'll be fishing, practicing nomadic life and experiencing civilization at the nomad land. 
Mongolian nomads, their origins and native land
In the first volume of the History of Mongolian People's Republic, the main historical writing of Mongolia, it is mentioned that in ancient historical writing about existence of a number of tribes of nomadic pastoralist in central Asia dates back to 3000 BC or Neolithic age. In fact, Central Mongolia is the native land of Mongolian Nomadism as the heart of origin of ancient human beings and animals. 
Mongolians chose nomadic pastoralism and developed pastoral animal husbandry in associotion with specific natural and geographical features of the vast rangelands of Mongolia. Forebears of current herder people were breeding livestock of five types adapting to the natural and climatic condition of Central Mongolia. In othes words native livestock population of five types, including horses, cattle, camels sheep, and goats were being raised and bred in harmony one another and nomadic animal husbandry relied only on natural rangelands. Our herders have created specific skills and knowledge for raising livestock on pasture only for all year around in certain regions of our country.
The true founders of Mongolian srcipt, books, writings, histories, religion, folk literature, musical instrument and three games of man are Mongolian herders.
As compared to other nation worldwide, Mongolian nomads and herder greatly differ in their physical caracteristics, biology, physiological energy, and physiological equilibirium as they have unique senses that enable them to be more connected to the enivronment, specific factors of virgin nature and severe continental climate of Central Mongolia. 
They can distinguish signs expressed by animals, rangelands and vegetations and it is said that they have a special physical connections with blue sky and motrher earth.
The most important quality of foodstuffs consumed by Mongolian nomads is nutritional food with higher fat content and caloric values. They have their own specific traditional methods for slaughtering animals, cutting their carcass, making jerky, and many other meals from viscera and others. Meals from dairy products are a kind of the traditional food and they used to comsume almost all year around. 

Day-4: This days is dedicated to the familiriazing the family and the surrounding areas and personal preparation. Everything should be ready for tomorrow.  The fishing area will be chosen  remote and difficult areas to access, offering pristine and secluded angling in the regions which is popular fishing spots among locals.  We will discuss the direction and distance while we are there. 

Day-5,6,7,8: After packing everything on horse or truck, we'll start our amazing trip.  Every evening we stay in a unique and comfortable stream-side in tent.

Mongolia is home to 76 species of fish. They are in the river of Orkhon, Selenge, Zavhan, Balj, Onon and Engiin which include grayling, roach, lenok, Seberian sturgeon, pike, perch, and enormous taiman. The river is remote and difficult to access, offering pristine and secluded angling.  Fishing by horse is goodway to properly discover the rivers.  We start these trips in the forested mountain headwaters and finish where we start. Carved through limestone and granite, the valley is flanked by spectacular cliffs and rock pinnacles.  

We explore a new stretch of productive river daily, going through the canyons with professional guides without ever having to stuck.  Lunch is served streamside.  Every evening you pitch tent  where the fires are warm, and the food is delicious. 

Day-8: After breakfast, we'll say good buy to a lovely family and drive to Ogii lake.
Ogii Lake.

Ogii lake, located in the centre of Mongolia, is one the prettiest lake of Mongolia and has 27km squire area. Average depth is 6.64m, in some parts 15.3m, coastal length is 24m. The lake makes a nice overnight stop with plenty of camping spots.  This is a wonderful place for the birdlife and also popular for fishing. It is also perfect place for horse treck and to have boat adventure. 

Day-9: After having breakfast, we carry on our trip to the Else-tasarhai visiting through Kharhorin.Kharkhorin

(Karakorum)

In the mid-13th century, Karakorum was a happening place. ChinggisKhaan established a supply base here and his son Ögedei ordered the construction of a proper capital, a decree that attracted traders, dignitaries and skilled workers from across Asia and even Europe.
The good times lasted around 40 years until Kublai moved the capital to Khanbalik
(later called Bĕijīng), a decision that still incites resentment among some Mongolians. Following the move to Bĕijīng and the subsequent collapse of the Mongol empire, Karakorum was abandoned and then destroyed by vengeful Manchurian soldiers in 1388.
Whatever was left of Karakorum was used to help build, in the 16th century,  ErdeneZuu monastery, which itself was badly damaged during the Stalinist purges.
The rather nondescript Soviet-built town of  Kharkhorin was built a couple of kilometres away from ErdeneZuuKhiid, and there is little of interest in the town itself.
 

Elsen Tasarhai.
Elsen Tasarhai is something of an oasis. It is located in Erdenetsogt soum in Province of Overhangai and Bulgan. It happens being crossed by the main Ulaanbaator-Kharhorin highway neighbouring with the Khogno Khan /Nature Reserve/.  These large dunes strech for some 80km and are worth stopping off at for those who are not planning to visit the much more spectacular Khongoryn Els in the Gobi Desert. This is perfect place for camel riding. 

Overnight in a traditional ger

Things included in the tour

Things no included in the tour

All meals during the travel

Travel insurance

All entrance fee

Beverages

Sightseeing as per itinerary

Extra activity cost

Accommodation in hotels

Excess baggage charge

Transportation from airport /to airport

Single room supplement

English speaking guide [other language guide on request]

International airfare

Daily supply of bottled water

Any other things  which are not mentioned above

Ger camps

 

Occasional local /cultural show

 

 

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