This trip is one of the most attractive trips we offer for our customers. During this trip, you will experience the Western and the Lake Khuvsgul/Northern Mongolia as well as visiting Mongolian families for experiencing their lifestyle. Will stay with the nomads most of the nights.Will have unique adventure trekking to the Malchin peak of Western Altai Mountains and visiting to the Eagle hunter's family during tour in Western Mongolia.

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This trip is one of the most attractive trips we offer for our customers. During this trip, you will experience the highlights of Western and Northern Mongolia all in one only in 15 days.Will explore unique experiences of Cultural/Natural in all.

Budget Prices

We offer you reasonable cheaper price, but at the same time we focus on the highest quality of the tour that you want!

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Our team will be with you when you enter the Mongolian border and until you leave Mongolia. We pre-plan your tour well. We will remain in contact with your guide and driver during your trip to ensure that they are taking good care.

  • Route: Ulaan Baatar, Altai mountains,Western Mongolia,Northern Mongolia,Ulaan Baatar city. 
  • Duration: 15  Days, 14 Nights
  • Transportation: Adventure off road 4*4 wd
  • Accommodation: Family local ger camp (...  nights), Tourist ger camp (..  night) ,camping possible
  • Number of people:  /2-6 people & Group more than 6 people/
  • Meals include: 

    Breakfast 14

    Lunch 15

    Dinner 14

The tour price includes the following services:

  • Accommodation during the trip 
  • Driver + 4WD vehicle + Petrol
  • English speaking tour guide/cook assistant
  • All meals as displayed in the itinerary
  • Bottled water supply for 1.5 l pp for every day
  • Entrance fees for National Parks and Museums
  • Horseback &Camel riding with local guides on mentioned in itinerary
  • Local horses guides for every 4 pax
  • Special border permission from Local authority for Altai Tavan Bogd National park

  • Possible to include Local guide from Altai mountains or Ulgii for trekking to Malchin peak

  • Visa support official letter from Company with stamp after would book this tour with us

The tour price does not include the following services:

  • International Airfare
  • Personal items
  • Optional activity costs
  • Alcoholic drinks 
  • Travel insurance
  • Hand gifts for Nomads
  • Accomodations/Hotel in Ulaanbaatar city
  • Gratuity for Service team /Driver & Tour guide/
  • NOTE: /+Cook assistant/ possible to have, if would more than 6 person in tour except TOUR GUIDE./


“Take only memories, leave only footprints.”

– Chief Seattle



We will start with a full day trip out to the Western Mongolia. Stay overnight at camping nearby Bayankhongor province.  Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: L, D


Area : 116,000㎢

Location: It is located at the central Mongolia, 630km away from Ulaanbaatar City.

Climate : Average annual temperature is 0.7 degrees below zero and it is 18.4 degrees in January. and 15 degrees in July. Its average annual rainfall is 200~300㎖. The average atmospheric pressure is 812㎜hg and 808.5mmhg in January. And July respectively. The average annual wind velocity is 3.1m/s, and highest in May by 3.9m/s.


Population : 85,100 (2010)

Major events

Naadam Festival (July 11 ~ 13,Every years)


After having breakfast in the morning, we  will start driving to drive to the campsite we will stay there for tonight nearby. Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: L, D

Area : 142,200㎢

Location: Govi-Altai Aimag is located at western part of Mongolia. It borders the Zavhan Aimag to the north, Bayankhongor Aimag to the east, Khovd Aimag to the west and China to the south. The height is 1940m high above sea level.

Climate : The climate is capricious and the average annual temperature is 3.7 degrees January which is the coldest month, and the average temperature is 20~30 degrees below the zero, even reaches down to 50. Jul. is the hottest month, and the average temperature is 20~24 degrees, even reaches up to 40.


Population : 58,400(2010)

Major events

Naadam Festival (July 11 ~ 13)

Tourist Attractions

Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area, Khasagt Khairkhan Strictly Protected Area


After having breakfast in the morning, we  will start driving to drive to the campsite we will stay there for tonight nearby Khovd province. Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: L, D


Area : 76,000㎢

Location:  It borders China to the west, Bayan Ulgii Aimag to the northwest, Zavkhan Aimag to the east and northeast, and Govi-Altai Aimag to the South.

Climate: The average annual rainfall is 120~140mm. The average temperature is 17~25.5 degrees below zero in January, and 16.5 degrees at July. The wind velocity is 1m/sec, and the length of spring and fall is relatively long at 120~160 days.

Population : 88,400 (2010)

Major events

Naadam Festival(July 11 ~ 13)

Tourist Attractions

Sangiin Kherem(Manchu Ruins), Ard Ayush Square


After having breakfast, we will drive to the Ulgii.

 Area : 47,400㎢

Location : It borders the Shinjan-Uigur of China across the Altai Mountains to the west on 450km, Uuliin Altai of Russia across the Siilhemii Mountains to the north on 225km, Uvs Aimag to the east on 165km, and Uvs Aimag to the east on 165km, and Hovd Aimag to the southeast on 450km.

Climate : It has a continental climate and high temperature difference between day and night because it is located at the Northern Hemisphere of the earth. The annual rainfall is 102.6mm. It is cold because of its high sea level altitude. The annual rainfall of Altai Nuruu surrounded with high mountains reached up to 400~500m. It is located at a desert region while it has also a variety in temperature and ecosystem. The annual average wind velocity is 4~9m/s. The temperature ranges from 32 degrees to 30 degrees below zero.

Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


After setting up, we will drive to nearby Altai Mountains. Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


After breakfast, we will start to trekking to the Malchin peak, Altai mountains.

Stunning Altai Tavan Bogd National Park follows Western Mongolia's border with China and Russia, and is the greatest attraction in Western Mongolia. The Park really does have it all: beautiful valleys, alpine lakes, rivers, glaciers, and the highest peaks in Mongolia. This natural richness gives rise to a host of activities; most visitors will do some hiking or horse riding, but there are fantastic opportunities for the better equipped or ogranised to try fishing, climbing, rafting, or back country skiing. To top it all off, travelers can experience the amazing Kazakh culture and see archeological sights such as petroglyphs and burial mounds. With all these attractions, you would think the place would be crawling with tourists. Fortunately, Altai Tavan Bogd Park is still blessedly peaceful and unvisited; even in peak tourist season, traveling the most popular areas, you'll only see other tourists every few days or so. Get there before it all changes! 


Tavan Bogd, or 'Five Saints', is so named for the five large peaks which lie right on the Western Mongolian border. The tallest of these, Khuiten Uul, is the highest mountain in Mongolia, at 4,369m (about 14,300 feet). It forms the Altai Mountains tri-border between Russia, China and Mongolia. From between these permanently snow-covered peaks tumble two spectacular glaciers. The valleys heading up toward the peaks are completely empty of people and absolutely stunning. Whether you do a day hike up or make a five day hike or horse trek up from the lakes below, you'll find Visiting these peaks to be a highlight of Western Mongolia.

To visit the Altai Tavan Bogd National park peaks by vehicle, there is one access road which heads into the park east from Ulaanhus via Zagastruur. It's a rough but very pretty drive up through the barren, rugged hills and nomad ger camps to reach the park. Also, the road from Ulaanhus contains some of the best petroglyphs (deer stones) in Mongolia, so keep a lookout as you're driving past. If you dont' have a (good!) guide, you may risk driving straight past them. Accommodation: Tents  Meals: BF, L, D


Visit local Eagle Hunter's Family. Get to know the Eagle, learn how the Eagle Hunter trains the Eagle.Camping nearby for tonight. Accommodation: Traditional yurt ger or Tent  Meals: BF, L, D


We will set out early in the morning to drive to Khyargas Lake. The next stop on our trek is Khyargas Lake in Uvs province. It is one of the largest and most beautiful lakes in Mongolia. It covers 1.406 square kilometers and is 75 kilometers long, 31 kilometers wide and 80 meters deep. The water is brackish and has rare fish such as the Mongolian Grayling. We will rest to enjoy the scenery and stay overnight near the lake at a ger camp.

Accommodation: Nomadic family or camp in Tent  Meals: BF, L, D


On today,we will have staying nearby Tsetserleg, Khuvsgul province by camping at beautiful nature on the way to Khuvsgul lake. Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


Khuvsgul Lake is located in the northwest of Mongolia near the border to Russia, at the foot of the eastern Sayan Mountains. It is 1,645 m above sea level, 136 km long and 262 m deep. It is the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia, and holds almost 70% of Mongolia's fresh water and 0.4% of all the fresh water in the world. Its watershed is relatively small, and it only has small tributaries. It gets drained at the south end by the Egiin Gol, which connects to the Selenge and ultimately into Lake Baikal. In between, the water travels a distance of more than 1,000 km, and a height difference of 1,169 m, although the line-of-sight distance is only about 200 km. Its location in northern Mongolia helps form the southern border of the great Siberian taiga forest, of which the dominant tree is the Siberian Larch. The lake is surrounded by several mountain ranges. The highest mountain is the Burenkhaan / Munkh Saridag (3,492 m), which has its peak north of the lake exactly on the Russian-Mongolian border. The surface of the lake freezes over completely in winter. It's inhabited by nine species of fish including the Siberian grayling, sturgeon and lenok and the area is rich with various species of flora and fauna. And the area is home to argali sheep, ibex, bear, sable, moose and wolves. The region hosts three separate, unique peoples: Darkhad, Buriat and Tsaatan. Shamanism, rather than Buddhism, is the religion of choice in these parts.

Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


Today, we will drive to the Uran togoo volcanic mountain, nearby Khutag-Undur. After hiking to the Urantogoo mountain, we will have overnight at Ikh bulag mineral spring by camping.

Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


Amarbayasgalant Monastery, whose name means ”monastery of the quiet felicity”, is located near the Selenge River, at the foot of Mount Burenkhan. It’s one of the three largest monasteries of Mongolia. The Manchu emperor Enkh Amgalan Khan built the monastery in the 18th century, in memory of the first Bogd Gegeen, Zanabazar, in order to keep and preserve his mortal remains. The construction began in 1727 and completed in 1737. 1200 langs (= 3730 kilograms or 8223 pounds) of silver coming from the state coffers were used to build this sumptuous monastery. The emperor personally wrote in four languages (Mongolian, Tibetan, Manchu and Chinese) a message symbolizing his protection and his control. This was written on a sign suspended in the entrance of the main temple. It’s one of the rare monasteries that have partly avoided the destruction of 1937 by the Soviets. The buildings of the main part were spared and the thangkas, the statues and the manuscripts were looted. All the lamas in charge of the place were executed and the monastery has been neglected for 50 years. Since 1998, the lamas have been restoring the monastery and new statues have been ordered in New Delhi, India.

This monastery shows a real archaeological unity. The style is generally Chinese, with Mongolian and Tibetan influences. The place is symmetrical and the main buildings follow each other along a North-South axis ; the other buildings are located on parallel lateral axis.

Today you can see 28 constructions, notably a two-storeyed temple covering an area of 32 square metres (344 square feet) and open for the ceremonies. This remarkable 300-years old construction proudly stands.

Accommodation: Tent or Traditional ger yurt  Meals: BF, L, D


After setting up at the family ger camp, will drive back to Ulaanbaatar. When we arrive to Ulaanbaatar, we will be transferred to a hostel or hotel for tonight. (BF,L)


Adventure photos of Our Customers...


  • Gina Passini

    GREAT tour with Altai Nomadic Expedition!!I did a 5 night/6 day tour with Tamirra, my guide, and Gamba, my driver, and I loved it! Tamirra and Gamba were great company, and I really enjoyed spending time with them and learning about Mongolia from Mongolians. Delicious meals were prepared and had a nice, comfortable car while driving to the White Stupa, Yol Valley, Khongor sand dunes, Flaming Cliffs, and Baga Gazriin Chuluu. I really enjoyed meeting Mongolian families, staying in gers, seeing camels and livestock in their natural environment, and doing some great hikes and seeing beautiful scenery. I LOVED riding a camel in the Gobi Desert and a horse in the Yol Valley.

    Gina Passini USA
  • Alexey Sivakov Farber

    Our family had a week long trip in July 2016 in Central Mongolia with Tamiraa as our guide and Nyamaa as our driver. Tamiraa is very professional, friendly and helpful person. She provided us with unique experience of beautiful Mongolia and nomadic life. The driver Nyamaa is highly professional too and is very responsible person. Safety and comport of passengers is his top priority.Our children enjoyed the trip very much too. I highly recommend to travel with this Altai Nomadic and especially with Tamiraa and Nyamaa. We will surely come again to Mongolia and choose Tamiraa again as our guide.

    Alexey Sivakov Farber Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Soumya Halder

    Our trip was so perfectly organised and planned by Altai Nomadic. We had no idea what a wonderful trip this would turn out to be. Right from pickup at the airport to drop, we were always helped with a smile which made us feel we were spending time with family in a new and unknown place.Since we were travelling in winter and with the temperatures not familiar to us (being from Calcutta, India where temperatures are never sub zero), Tamiraa made sure we were comfortable at all times. She never rushed us in the trip even when we were taking up too much time at a particular spot. She was also very patient with us being very noisy people.

    Soumya Halder Calcutta, India

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