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Welcome to western Mongolia, the land of gorgeous Altai mountains and nomadic eagle hunter's. We are local "Travel Agency" who mostly concentrate to organize tours in Altai Tavan Bogd National Park and western Mongolia. The local experienced team...more
Bayan-Olgii Province | Olgii city, Olgiy 83120, Mongolia
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We trekked to the base of Mount Malchin where many glaciers can be seen . We climbed MT Malchin which is 4050 mtrs high approx. The views up top were stunning. The way down was slippery on the loose shale so be careful ..This area...More
Absolutely gorgeous. Malchin Peak gets steep very quickly so a solid set of mid/high neck boots and trekking poles is recommended. I loved hiking here and the images I saw will stay with me for a long time.
6 of us chose the Golden Eagle and Snow Leopard tour in the Blue Goat range of the Altai with Blue Wolf Tours. We stared in Hovd and ended in Olygi. We had an enjoyable time despite a couple of administrative hitches. For some reason...More
We, 2 girls, planed to travel Altai Mountains and booked a 6-day tour with Dauren. He also helped us check flight schedule and called us in the middle of the night before we fly to Ulgii. He's really nice.
He came to pick us once...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Dauren S, Manager at Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 8 August 2018
Thank you for coming. That was my pleasure!
And thank you for sending pictures from our trip, i showed them to cook and driver they are happy.
We all will miss you! Hope to see you again!
We booked with Dauron Travel. Very good operation with experienced and knowledgeable guide and driver. They even had all camping gear required, so if you're looking to travel lighter this helps! Slept by glacier, hiked, explored Khoton lake and nearby waterfall, even enjoyed stay with...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Western Mongoli... E, General Manager at Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Hello Guys! Thank you for your review! It was our pleasure!
Hope you review will help tourists who are looking for come to western Mongolia!
In case you want to enjoy nature, like to climb (such as Malchin Peak), see stunning landscapes with snow topped mountain ranges then Altai Tavan Bogd NP is the place to go in Mongolia! We used Kazakh Tour (see other TripAdvisor entry) for our tour...More
Largely untouched national park..awesome to hike here with our group. Must have a permit and local guide..which ensures high quality hikes and keeps out the many "budget travelers" that roam through central Asia.
Anytime between june and September is good. You don't have to professional horse rider to have a horse ride tours. There will be a horse guide to help you with everything. If you go in Late September, you will also be able... More
Anytime between june and September is good. You don't have to professional horse rider to have a horse ride tours. There will be a horse guide to help you with everything. If you go in Late September, you will also be able to watch the golden eagle festival organized by blue wolf travel. It is one thing to be excited about :)
Response from Erlan_Shakhabai | Reviewed this property |
July is the best time to visit this nat park, but of course this area is high which means you have to be ready for any weather conditions, frequent change of the weather which will never stay for long time if it... More
July is the best time to visit this nat park, but of course this area is high which means you have to be ready for any weather conditions, frequent change of the weather which will never stay for long time if it does it will stay for one day but first two weeks of July is the most predicted rain then it's fine. Water proof clothes is insisted with extra underwear, wearing shorts fine when you are far from the locals but I suggest you to wear light trousers, if you do trekking or hiking, or horse riding the trousers would be best idea.
have good trip