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Golden eagle hunting festival and hiking trip through Ancient Glaciers and Petroglyphic Complexes of the Mongolian Altai

Golden eagle hunting festival and hiking trip through Ancient Glaciers and Petroglyphic Complexes of the Mongolian Altai

€3415 per person

“Altai Mountains are one of the best walks in Mongolia and even one of the best in the entire world.”

Traveling through this spectacular landscape gives you the opportunity to interact with local nomadic families and experience their unique culture that has been preserved in this remarkable and isolated part of the world.

This trip will bring you to the magnificent Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. This region is home to snow-capped mountains, glacial valleys, forests, rivers, petroglyph sites, and lakes, where they create a majestic setting.

 

Altai Tavan Bogd (Holy Five Peaks)

The name “Altai” means “Golden Mountain’ in Mongolian. It is one of the last untouched wildernesses on Earth. This large mountain system is located in the extreme southwest of Mongolia has borders with China and Russia. Altai Tavan Bogd (Holy Five Peaks) has five high

peaks, the highest peak at 4374 meters, that are connected with each other by three large glaciers. The largest glacier is the Potanin

Glacier, which is 17 km long.

 

The Biluut Petroglyph Complex

Between the high peaks of the Mongolian Altai, you can find the Ancient Glaciers and Petroglyph sites. These unique rock paintings are inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list. There are three sites, where these ancient rock paintings can be found. One of the sites is Tsagaan Salaa’s rock paintings which are cover 15 square kilometers. We can see about 10000 paintings on the rocks that scatter the southern part of the white river, ”Tsagaan Gol”. This important collection ofpictograms dates back to a large period going from the Paleolithic to Bronze Age.

Details:

Included:

  • An invitation for a visa to Mongolia.
  • Transfers during the trip
  • 2-night hotel (for before we go to the Altai and come back from the Altai)
  • Food during the trip
  • Accommodation (yurts, bed, mosquito net, shower, flushing toilet)

Excluded:

  • International flights
  • Visa to Mongolia (€ 50 – € 80).

Food:

  • Only vegetarian food will be offered, but for those who would like to have gluten-free or meat can be arranged.
07 till 17 September 2024 / 11 days - 10 nights
16+ Age
  • Departure
    UB
  • Dress Code
    Hiking
  • Included
    Accommodation
    Airport Transfers
    Bottled waters
    Domestic flight tickets
    Entry Fees
    Fees for Tumen Ekh Ensemble and Gandan visit
    Meals as indicated
    Only vegetarian meals
    Visa invitation
  • Not Included
    Extra activities at the Ger camps
    International airfares
    Personal expenses
    Tipping (optional)
    Travel insurance
    Visa application
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Day 1

Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
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Day 2

Flight to Ulgii City and drive to the Altai 5 Bogd National Park
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Day 3

Hiking, exploring through the Biluut-iin semi-desert of White River
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Day 4

resting, journaling and exploring the nomadic life, herding yaks.
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Day 5

hiking and reaching to the Altai 5 Peak, ritual take the place
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Day 6

resting, journaling and exploring the nomadic life, herding yaks.
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Day 7

Drive to Withe Salaa Vallei
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Day 8

Hiking through the semi-desert of White Salaa Vallei
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Day 9

resting, journaling and exploring the nomadic life, herding yaks.
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Day 10

Drive back to Ulgii City and flight back to Ulaanbaatar City
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Day 11

Departure

Location

Altai Tavan Bogd

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