Trekking in Mongolia
Mongolia, especially the Altai mountains area, is truly one of the most beautiful countries on earth, and if you would like to check it out yourself well, here are a few good reasons to consider jetting off to Mongolia on your next hiking adventure.
Tramping and trekking in Mongolia are becoming increasingly popular and for good reason.
Only the best of western Mongolia
A tour itinerary for “Trekking in Mongolia”
Day – 1
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar
Day – 2
Take a flight to Ulgii & Sightseeing in Ulgii town
Day – 3
Drive to the gate of AltaTavan Bogd national park
Day – 4
Trekking to the Potaninii glacier & Hike on the glacier
Day – 5
Hiking up to the Malchin peak
Day – 6
Trekking back to the gate of National park & Visit Tuvan family
Day – 7
Trekking to Khar salaa valley
Day – 8
Trekking to Bear valley
Day – 9
Trekking to Aq su valley
Day – 10
Drive back to Ulgii town
Day – 11
Take a flight to Ulaanbaatar
Day – 12
Drive to Terelj national park
Day – 13
Chinggis Khan’s statue complex
Day – 14
Drive to the international airport
What do I expect to see during this trekking tour in Mongolia?
Why we are the best among other tour agencies?
There are only good reasons why you must choose our Mongolian Travel agency. It’s because we’re constantly looking for ways to make your vacation in Mongolia as unforgettable as possible, from the way we plan the trip to the authentic experiences you’ll enjoy while away. Those added touches include several that no Mongolia-based travel agency offers. We pride ourselves on our original thinking.
The best time for trekking tours in Mongolia
The best time for trekking in Mongolia is during the summer season, which spans from June to September. During this period, the weather is at its most favorable with pleasant temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). The summer months also bring lush greenery, making it an ideal time to explore the remarkable landscapes of Mongolia’s mountains and steppes.
Weather condition for trekking in Mongolia
It’s worth noting that Mongolia experiences significant temperature fluctuations, so be prepared for cooler nights even in the summer. Additionally, exactly this this trekking experience you must be prepared from beginning of July to beginning of September.
Contact us before planning your Mongolian trekking adventure
Remember to check the weather forecast and consult with local tour operators before planning your trekking adventure to ensure the best possible experience in Mongolia.
The exact part of Mongolia you will do trekking
Specifically, Altai Tavan Bogd National Park is situated around the Altai Mountains’ highest peaks, including Tavan Bogd, or “Five Saints.” These stunning mountains straddle the borders of Mongolia, China, and Russia, creating a truly unique and picturesque landscape.
The accommodation during the trekking experiences in Mongolia
Camping is a great option. Western Mongolia offers incredible camping opportunities amidst its stunning landscapes. Guided trekking tour provides camping equipment. Campsites are often set up near water sources and provide scenic views of the mountains and pristine nature.