” Least visited land on earth “

Western Mongolia is home to the largest ethnic minority in Mongolia, the Kazakh people, who have their own language and unique culture. It is also home to other ethnic groupings such as the Uriankhai, Dörvöd, Khalkha, Tuva and Khoshuud. Western Mongolia is a must visit area for any adventurous traveller, boasting spectacular scenery, from pristine lakes and river valleys to the high mountain ranges of the Altai.
Khuiten Peak is the Mongolia’s highest mountain standing at 4374 and is situated in the beautiful and majestic Tavan Bogd National Park, which also boasts Mongolia’s largest glacier, Potanin, some 19km long. Tavan Bogd is only one of four magnificent National Parks in this area, each one offering their own unique charm.    

The Kazakh people, renowned for their maintenance of traditional cultural ways, also practice the ancient art of Eagle Hunting and there are two annual Golden Eagle Festivals held in Sagsai and Ulgii that provide spectacular and colourful entertainment.

Western Mongolia has much to offer for the adventure loving traveller, spectacular and rugged scenery, in an authentic wilderness environment. A rich and vibrant cultural heritage, as well as an abundance of wild life and a profusion of remnant archaeological remains, from Stone- Man, Deer-Stones and ancient burial chambers, are all to be found in this unique enclave of Mongolia;  Western Mongolia is well worth a visit. 

Altai Mountains in Western Mongolia is wild and amazing place that is worth visiting at least once in your life. This beautiful and sacred place is hidden deep in Mongolia, the place that is full of adventure, mystery and dignity. If you make a decision to visit Altai mountains, you will never regret what you have decided. It doesn’t matter what tours you will choose you will experience totally unforgettable moments and fell in love with virgin nature of the Altai Mountains and makes you want to come back here again and again.