Dugana Khad Tourist Resort
The Dugana Khad (Temple Rock) resort was open in 2000 and awarded 1st degree certification. The Dugana Khad resort is only one tourist camp to the north near from Ulaanbaatar city.
Khankhar Uul Tourist Resort
The Khankhar Uul tourist resort was open in 2006. The resort is located at the front side of famous Khugnu Khaan mountain.
"TESHIG" Fishing Longe
In 2004, AR MONGOL TRAVEL GROUP opened a new hunting and fishing lodge with 100 hectare land, 1st to it's kind in Mongolia, at the bank of Tarvagatai river, which flows into Eg river in the north forest area of Mongolia.
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4 Nights/ 5 Days

Drive to Khogno Khaan mountain (Western 280kms). Enroute: having Box lunch.

4 Nights/ 5 Days

Visit Sand dunes and Bayan zag /80 km one way/, the site of ancient inland sea and the treasure chest of fossilized dinosaur bones, eggs among flaming cliffs,

2 Nights/ 3 Days

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar, meeting with guide and transfer to Dugana Khad resort which is situated in the picturesque mountain valley.

7 Nights/ 8 Days

Morning flight to Gobi desert a cradle of dinosaurs, a basin of evaporated inland sea during natural evolution many years ago.

4 Nights/ 5 Days

After breakfast visit to Gandan Monastery. And drive to airport to fly to Moron town and continue driving to Khuvsgul

7 Nights/ 8 Days
Drive to Hustain Nuruu preserved area where the wild horses live. Trekking around the national park and overnight stay in ger at Hustain Nuruu.
Mongolia is one of the world's great remaining freshwater fisheries. Asia's continental watershed runs through Mongolia, splitting the country's more than 4000 rivers. Our crystal clear rivers host a number of sportfish including the Taimen, the world biggest salmonid. Taimen often reach 30 kilos.


Brief of Mongolia

Official name of the country: Mongolia

Capital city: Ulaanbaatar, founded in 1639, over 1 mln inhabitants (2007)

Territory: 1,566,500

Population: 2.9 mln  (2014)

Location: Northern Asia, between China and Russia (landlocked)

Land boundaries: 8.158 km, with Russia 3,485 km and with China 4,673 km

Average altitude: 1,580 m above sea-level

Terrain: Vast semi-desert and desert plains, mountains in west and south-west, Gobi Desert in south-east

Natural resources: Mongolia has one of Asia's largest freshwater lakes - Hovsgol and river system. 75.1 percent of territory - pasture land and 8.0 percent - forest. Vegetation cover - 2260 species of vascular plants united in 596 genera and 104 families. Fauna - 127 species of mammals, 360 species of birds and 70 species of fishes.

Climate: Sharp continental, marked by four seasons. Average summer temperature +17'C, average winter temperature -26'C, average rainfall 200-220 mm. The cold winter season lasts from November to late April, Spring May through June is cool and windy. Summer from July through to September with occasional rain is the best season for travel and outdoor activities. Autumn months are cool but sunny.

Language: Mongolian

Religion: Buddhism 96% and Muslim 4%

Education: Literacy rate 89.5%. Education system consists of pre-school education (kindergarten), general education (primary school 1-6, incomplete secondary school 1-8, complete secondary school 1-10), and professional education (universities). Pre-school and general education is free.

Culture: The oral tradition of folklore includes myth, fables, legends, sayings and proverbs, song lyrics and poetry, especially the epic, the poetry of praise and good wishes. The history of written literature is now known to date from the XIII century and its first creation was "Mongolyn Nuuts Tovchoo" (Secret History of the Mongols) written in 1240 and published in 1382 main theme of which is the unification of separate Mongol tribes by Chinggis Khaan under the banner of a single state. An invariable lively response is evoked in many countries around the world by Mongolian painting and handicraft, and by performance by Mongolian circus acrobats, singers and dancers.

Political system: Mongolia is a parliamentary republic.

Head of the State: President elected for four years.

Legislature: State Great Hural (Parliament), unicameral with 76 members elected for four years.

Judicial system: Mongolian judicial system consists of Constitutional Court, Supreme Court, aimag and capital city courts, somon and district courts.

State structure: Mongolia is a unitary state. Territory of Mongolia is divided administratively into aimags (23) and the capital city; aimags are subdivided into somons; somons into bags; and the capital city into districts; districts into khoroos.

National currency: Togrog (Tg), Tg 1855 = US$1, (2014.08)

Fiscal year: January 1 - December 31

Main ports: Chingis khaan international airport in Ulaanbaatar city, Sukhbaatar (railway station on Mongolian-Russian border) and Zamyn Uud (railway station on Mongolian-Chinese border)

Air links: Moscow, Irkutsk (Russia), Berlin, Frankfurt (Germany), Paris (France), Istanbul (Turkey), Beijing, Erlian, Huhhot, Hongkong, Shanghai, Hailar (China), Bangkok (Thailand), Seoul (Republic of Korea) and Tokyo & Osaka (Japan).

Rail links: Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk, Moscow (Russia) and Huhhot & Beijing (China)

Sea access: Tianjin/China (1.344 km) and Nakhodka/Russia (4.037 km)

Public holidays: December 31- January 1 - New Year; around January/February - Mongolian New Year (Tsagaan Sar), June 1 - Mother and Child day, July 11-13 - National Holiday (Naadam)

Time: Add 8 hours to Greenwich Mean Time

Working hours: - 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-18.00

Communication: Country code - 976, area code for Ulaanbaatar - 11

Electric current: 220 volts/50 HZ

Weight and measures: Metric System

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