We are very happy to announce that one of our tours – Classsic Mongolia Cycling Tour –  has been named as the Unordinary Trip of the Month by InfoHub.com, the largest travel portal on the internet promoting the out-of-ordinary trips, from bicycle tours to spa vacations.  Mongolia Trekking and Tours has been a leader in adventure travel in Mongolia, showcasing its unspoiled nature, authentic culture and sincere people to the worldwide travelers who have ventured into this beau...

The Blue Pearl of Mongolia, Khuvsgul Lake is the largest fresh water lake in Mongolia located in the northernmost province. Considered a younger sister of Lake Baikal, the largest fresh water lake by volume in the world located in southern Siberia, Khuvsgul Lake has small tributaries and only a single river flows out from the southern tip, Egiin Gol, which connects to the Selenge River that ultimately empties into Lake Baikal. Each of these lakes belongs in the world’s sevent...

Only about 100 kilometers west of the capital city, Ulaanbaatar, brings you to Khustai National Park. A perfect short escape for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life and has a day or two to spare. The park was founded as a means to re-introduce last of the world’s wild horses into their natural habitat. Przewalski’s horses (Takhi in Mongolian), named after Russian geographer and explorer, are ancestors or distant cousins of modern day horses....

“Tavan Bogd” literally meaning “The Five Holy” is a series of snow capped mountains, highest in Mongolia and which belong to the greater mountain range known as Altai. Geographically, it is the remotest part of Mongolia with truly pristine nature, abundant wildlife and interesting cultural heritage. Views here are dominated by vast glaciers, fast mountain rivers and lush alpine pastures where large flocks of yaks, goats and sheep graze. The culture of local nomads is authenti...

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