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  • 1. Spiritual tour of the Mongolia In this tour ,you will be exploring spiritual knowledge of Mongolia and experiencing beautiful scenery of countryside. Day 1 .Travel to Amarbayasgalant Monastery Pick youup from your hotel and travel to Amarbayasgalant monastery. Stay overnight in a ger camp./ Lunch , Dinner/ Day 2 . Visit nomad family Travel to Bulgantown , the center of Bulgan province. On the way we will pass through Erdenet , the second biggest city in Mongolia and we will be visiting nomad family . Stay overnight in a ger camp./ Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 3. Travel to Ogii Lake Travel to Ogii Lake.Stay in a ger camp. /Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 4 . Travel to Kharakhorum Drive to Kharakhorum city and visiting Erdenezuu Monastery&Kharakhorummuseum. Stay overnight in a ger camp. /Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 5 . Travel to Zaya Gegeenii Khuree Heading to Tsetserleg town , the center of Arkhangai province and visit Zaya Gegeenii khuree. Stay overnight in a ger camp. /Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 6 . Travel to Tsenkhe rHot Spa Drive toTsenkher.You will be enjoyed having hot spa bath and relax. Stay overnight in a ger camp. /Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 7. Travel to Tuvkhun temple Drive to Tuvkhun temple . Stay overnight in a ger camp. /Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 8 . Travel to Ongii monastery Drive to Ongi monastery and you will be visiting old ruins of monastery. Stay overnight in a ger camp./ Breakfast , Lunch Dinner/ Day 9 . Travel to Bag GazriinChuluu
  • 2. Driving to Baga Gazariin Chuluu. On the way we will visit to Dambadarjaalan temple in the Erdenedalai soum. Stay overnight in a ger camp. / Braekfast , Lunch Dinner/ Day 10 Visit to Manzushir monastery Travel to Manzushir monastery. Stay overnight in a ger camp./Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner/ Day 11 Heading back to Ulaanbaatar Travel back to Ulaanbaatar. You will be arrived the city and transferred to your hotel. End of the service. /Breakfast ,Lunch/ Highlight • Category:Spiritual tour of the Mongolia • Places to visit: Ulaanbaatar – Amarbayasgalant – Ogii Lake – Kharakhorum&ErdeneZuu monastery – Tsetserleg – Tsenkher Spa – Tuvkhun – UurtiinTokhoi – Ongi – BagaGazriinChuluu – Manzushir – Ulaanbaatar •Various activities: Visit to nomads, camel and horse riding, trekking • Duration: 10nights / 11days • Total length of distance: 2000kms; • Possible group: Min-2, max-6 • Pleasant season: May – September Price: USD 1890 /2-3pax/ USD 1590 /4-5pax/ USD 1490 /6pax/ All activities will be included in the itinerary and followed on the below: • Stay at tourist ger camp /10 nights/ • Experienced guide service /English speaking / • Entrance fees for protected natural areas • Sightseeing cost • Mineral /bottled/ water-1.5litre per person a day. • Transportation • Horse and camel riding fee
  • 3. • All food /Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner / Excluded: International transportation to and from Mongolia, hotel stay in Ulaanbaatar, travel insurance and alcoholic drinks, tips and gratuities, laundry and items of a personal nature. Following items on below wont' be included in the itinerary. • International transportation to and from Mongolia • Stay at hotel in Ulaanbaatar • Travel insurance • Personal expenses /alcoholic drinking beverages ,telephone calls, etc.,,,/ • Tips and gratitude for your guide and driver /discretionary/ Note It is our pleasure to arrange your hotel and transfers in Ulaanbaatar. • International and domestic flight and train tickets would be arranged due to the clients’ requests and wishes with our pleasures. • We are happy to arrange your international & domestic flight and train tickets as your requests. • Various city tours are available depend on your interest. • Private departures are available on request. Tour information During the trip, you will be travelling for 4-8 hours from one to another destination. Every couple of hours, we will have short break for photographs, toilets, stretching etc,,, . On the tour we serve you by 4WD vehicles, mostly Russian and Japanese vehicles. The minivan has capacity of maximum 6 people with luggage and the Japanese jeep has maximum of 3 people with luggage. We always make sure all our vehicles are inspected and well prepared before departure. Overnight mostly we stay at tourist camp and they provide the guest’s accommodation as a ger which is very comfortable and cozy to stay there. Tourist ger camp is able to provide you all the modern facilities including restaurant/bar ,hot shower, western style toilet,etc.,,, You will be served mostly delicious western style and Mongolian traditional food.
  • 4. Amarbayasgalant monastery Amarbayasgalant Monastery was built during 1727-1736, in the honor of Under Gegeen Zanabazar, the first Bogd of Mongolia. It is situated in a deep valley near Burenkhan Mountain. The valley is well-watered by the Evin River and has long been renown for its rich vegetation in north central Asia. Originally, Amarbayasgalant monastery consisted of over 40 temples on the special terrace, surrounded by a wall, measuring 207x175 m. Only 28 temples are remained now and they have been under State protection since 1944. The monastery has a symmetrical construction. The size of its Tsogchin (Main) temple is 32x32 m. Its construction expresses the planning features of the Mongolian national architecture and engineering solutions are very original. One of the interesting solution is routing of roof water through the inside of four columns, under the floor, through stone grooves and away from the Tsogchin temple. It is located 360 km to the north of Ulaanbaatar and considered to be one of the most famous cultural site.
  • 5. Erdenet city Erdenet is the second-largest city in Mongolia and the capital of the Orkhonprovince . Located in the northern part of the country, it lies in a valley between the Selenge and Orkhon rivers.Erdenet, one of the youngest settlements in Mongolia, was founded in 1974 in an area where large deposits of copper had been discovered in the 1950s. The city has the fourth largest copper mining factory in the world. Erdenet mining factory is capable of 22.23 million tons of ore per year, producing 126,700 tons of copper and 1,954 tons of molybdenum. About 8,000 people are employed in the mining factory.
  • 6. Ogii Lake Ogii Lake is one of the biggest lakes in Mongolia and located in the Arkhangai province. It has 25.7 km squire area, average depth is 6.64m, in some sections 15.3 m and coastal length is 24.7 km. It is very stunning place for bird watching, fishing and swimming. There are 150 sorts of extremely rare and protected species birds of passage come to settle down on the "Ogii" lake. Also the "Ogii" lake has 14 sorts of fish belonged to the North Atlantic ocean area .
  • 7. Present Kharakhorum town Kharakhorum is one of the most important attractions of Mongolia. The town is located about 370 km in the west of Ulaanbaatar, at the river Orkhon. The Kharakhorum was founded in 1220 by Genghis Khan and had been the capital of the Mongolian empire for 32 years.
  • 8. Erdene Zuu monastery Erdene Zuu monastery is the most ancient Buddhist monastery inthe Mongolia. It is located in the Uvurkhangai Province. It is part of the World Heritage Site entitled Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The monastery was built in 1585 by Abtai Sain Khan, upon the introduction of Buddhism into Mongolia as the state religion. Stones and ruins of the Kharakhorum had been used to the construction. It is surrounded by a wall featuring 108 stupas, 108 being a sacred number in Buddhism, and the number of beads in a Buddhist rosary. The monastery was damaged by warfare in the 1680s, but it was rebuilt in the 18th century.
  • 9. Zaya Gegeenii Khuree monastery Zaya Gegeenii Khuree is a large old Buddhist monastery, remarkably intact , preserved as a museum including an active community of monks. Most of the monastery now houses the Museum of Arkhangai province. The displays are magnificent , housing many treasures , clothes , games ,masks and memorabilia.
  • 10. Tsenkher Hot Spa Tsenkher Hot Spa is a natural hot spring flows out whole year from the ground at 85 Celsius degree, country's second hottest, in mountainous Central Mongolia. It is located 28 km south of Tsetserleg town in Arkhangai province and 22 km south west Tsenkher village. The spring comes out from far deep part of the ground and its water is not mixed with soil waters because it is hot. Also the spring is kept in high pressure under the ground flow rate is high, 10 liters per seconds. The water has high mineral content and containing everything from simple calcium, sodium to sulphuric. Folklore claimed medical value some of this springs have, they are often popular tourist destinations for Mongolian people. The spring produce water that is good for health reasons and water is effect for joints, nerve system and considered good for many other diseases.
  • 11. Tuvkhun monastery Tuvkhun monastery was built in 1653. The Tuvkhun monastey was built at ShireetUlaan, the most beautiful scenery in Khangai Mountains. Tuvkhun monastery is located in the densely forested and picturesque mountain Shivee at an elevation of 2000m above sea level. Tuvkhen monastery consists of a stupa, prayer wheels and 14 temples and originally had about 20 lamas.
  • 12. Orkhon valley The Orkhon valley covering an area of 1,220 square kilometers is one of the most important cultural regions in the world and recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage as a cultural landscape in 2004. The extensive area encompasses the pastureland on both banks of the Orkhonriver and includes numerous archaeological sites dating back to the 6th century. The Orkhon valley Cultural Landscape includes sites such Kharakhorin, the 13th century capital of Chinggis Khaan’s Empire.
  • 13. Ongi monastery Ongi monastery is formerly one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia .Ongi monastery was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temple complexes on the north and south banks of the Ongi River. The older southern complex consisted of various administrative buildings as well as 11 temples. The northern complex built in the 18th century, consisted of 17 temples-among them one of the largest temples in all Mongolia. The Ongi monastery grounds also 4 religious universities and could accommodate over one thousand monks at a time. But during 1930s the monastery was completely destroyed and over 200 monks were killed by the communists. After democracy of Mongolia in 1990, monks returned to Ongi monastery where they had begun their Buddhist education as young children some 60 years prior. These monks started laying new foundation upon the old ruins, with a vision to restore Ongi monastery and revitalize Buddhism in Mongolia. Ongi River is one of the longest river in Mongolia has 435 km length and flows into UlaanNuur. A river takes source from the Khangai Mountain range in Ovorkhangai Aimag.
  • 14. Baga Gazriin Chuluu Baga Gazriin Chuluu is located at Mongolian granite rock zone in the Dund Gobi province. Chuluu means stone .Baga Gazriin Chuluu, is a 15km long and 10 km wide stone massif, and it is located 30 km far from south east of Adaatsag soum. This stone massif is also part of the Mongolian granite stone zone. The highest point is Tahilgat Mountain /1758 m/ in the Northwest part of the stone massif.This place is popular at inhabiting the wild sheep, ibex and marmots. Surtiin am is one of many beautiful places in Baga Gazriin Chuluu. This is a narrow canyon with asp, birch, white whicker and elm tree, as well the ruin of a stone temple and the site of 2 yurts where monks lived and meditated since the seventieth century. There is a 20 m long cave near to the Surtiin Am. Crystals can be found around the cave. Life size paintings of deer are painted on a granite stone and another yurt shaped stone called Ger chuluu. According to scientists, 64 tombs and tumuli dated back to Khugnu tribe have been found around Baga Gagriin Chuluu .Also, there is a spring water which comes from under source is good for eye illness.
  • 15. Manzushir monastery Manzushir moastery is located in the luxuriant valley of the Bogd Khaan mountain National Park. It was established in 1733 with 20 temples and 300 monks. Destroyed in 1932, the only remaining temple has been restored and a museum at the site tells the story of the monastery. At the top, the views are even more beautiful, and you’ll find yourself in the midst of a lovely pine forest.