Aguu Nuudelchid Co., Ltd
Building 28, 17th khoroo, Bayangol district, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Phone: (976)-99873696
Fax: (976)-70113585

Office hours: 09:00-18:00
Monday – Friday

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We are a member of:

Ministry of Environment and Tourism

Mongolian Tourism Association

Mongolian Tourism Board

Western Mongolia

Altai Mountain Range

Altai Mountain Range is located in the west and southwestern part of Mongolia stretching through the territories of 5 provinces. This majestic mountain range consists of two huge separate mountain ranges, Mongol Altai Mountain Range that stretches for 900 km and Gobi Altai Mountain Range that extends for about 700 km. The ranges have heights of 3500 – 4374 meters above sea level. The highest peaks, many over 4000 meters, are permanently covered with glaciers and snow while the valleys have green pastures, that support millions of livestock as well as diverse species of wild animals like wild Argali sheep, Siberian ibex, snow leopard, saiga antelope, gazelle, white and black tailed antelope, wolf, fox, and marmot. These valleys are dotted with small communities of nomadic families and there are hundreds of astonishingly freshwater lakes and streams. Mountain climbing, hiking, relaxing in untouched nature and exploring the variety of nomadic cultural heritages are great activities to be enjoyed in western Mongolia.

Altai 5 Bogd National Park

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Called “The Roof of Mongolia”, Altai Tavan Bogd National Park is in the far west of Mongolia near the borders of Russia and China. The park has an area of 636200 hectares and the highest point is the peak of Khuiten Uul reaching 4374 meters above sea level. Altai Tavan Bogd means Five Holy Peaks of Altai, Khuiten, Naran, Ulgii, Burged and Malchin. The park includes Mongolia’s highest peaks, perpetually snow-capped with beautiful glaciers including the 20 km long Potanin Glacier, the longest in Mongolia. The stunning freshwater lakes of Khoton, Khurgan and Dayan are there in the park. Fauna includes Argali sheep, ibex, maral (Asiatic red deer), stone marten, deer, elk, Altai snow cock and eagles. There are many archeological sites with many balbal - Turkic stone figures, deer stone monuments, burial mounds and petroglyphs.

Kharkhiraa Turgen Mountain Range

The mountains of Kharkhiraa Uul and Turgen Uul are perpetually snowcapped. Kharkhiraa Mountain reaches 4038 meters above sea level and Turgen Mountain reaches 3965 meters. Here there are many kinds of rare plants and animals such as snow leopard and wild Argali sheep. The mountain range is a great place for hiking.

Ethnic groups of Mongolia

Ethnic Groups

Western Mongolia is Mongolia’s most heterogeneous area with a Khalkh majority and minorities of Kazakh, Bayad, Durvud, Uriankhai, Zakhchin, Myangad, Oold, Torguud, Khoton, Tuvan ethnic groups.

Kazakh hunter with his eagle

Kazakh – Eagle Hunters

About 90% of Bayan-Ulgii Province population is Kazakh and almost all of them are Muslim. They speak both Kazakh and Mongolian languages. The Kazakh is a minority that has a different culture from the Mongols, herding goats and hunting with trained eagles. Kazakh people hunt with specially trained eagles, the real pride of the Kazakhs. In Bayan-Ulgii you may visit Kazakh eagle hunter’s family and learn about the Kazakh people’s unique lifestyle, traditions and how they train the eagles for hunting.

Gurvan Tsenkher Cave

Gurvan Tsenkher Cave

This cave is 25 km west of the center of Mankhan Sum in Khovd Province. The cave is about 220 meters long and 20 meters high. Inside are ancient rock paintings drawn 40,000 – 12,000 years ago in the Paleolithic Era. The paint pigment is composed of red and brown earths. Soot from smoke also covers the walls and roof of the cave. Among the paintings are mountain goats, buffalo and birds that appear to be ostriches and elephant, both long extinct in Mongolia. The cave became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Bird watching in Mongolia

Uvs Lake Basin Strictly Protected Area

This strictly protected area consists of Uvs Lake, Turgen Mountain, Torkhlog River, Tes River, Tsagaan Shuvuut Mountain and the Golden Sand Dunes that covers an area of 7125 square km. The protected area contains everything from desert sand dunes to snowfields and marsh to mountain forest. This area has enjoyed state protection since 1993 and was designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Site in 1997.

Beautiful Uvs Lake Uvs Nuur is the largest lake in Mongolia. The lake surface covers 3351 square km and is 80 km wide and 80 km long. The surrounding area of the lake becomes the coldest part of Mongolia in winter time. Ornithologists have documented over 220 species of birds around Uvs Lake including osprey, white-tailed eagle, black stork, swan goose, bar-headed goose, Eurasian spoonbill, great white heron, whopper swan, great black-headed gull, white-headed gull and cranes.
Lake Kyargas - paradise

Khyargas Nuur National Park

Khyargas Nuur is one of the Mongolia’s largest lakes, covering 1406 square kilometres. It is 75 km long, 31 km wide and 80 m deep. The lake surface is at 1028 m above sea level.

Khyargas Nuur, a salt lake amid desert and scrub grass, provides an attractive summer home for birds. The Zavkhan river feeds lake Airag Nuur, which is connected to Khyargas Nuur by a channel. The water is brackish and has rare fish such as Mongolian Grayling.

The lake is one of the essential fantastic part of this tour. There you will feel a kind of relaxing paradise.

Wonderful joint of Khar Lake & Sand Dunes

Khar Lake

Khar Lake or Khar Nuur was not a common destination in Mongolian tourism until last few years because of its hidden remote location. But it is now a truly worthy natural attraction for Western Mongolian travelers. The lake is surrounded by massive extensive sand dunes and among sand dunes the looks like an Azure Lopez. Visiting the joint part of sand dunes and lake is an unforgettably wonderful experience. Do not see it in your dream, see this wonder in reality with us!

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