Wonderful Fishing tour in MongoliaMongolia is one of the world's great remaining freshwater fisheries.
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. There are more than 70 species of fish in Mongolia. They include taimen, grayling, lennock, sturgeon, pike and perch. Taimen often reach 30 kilos.
During the fishing also have a great photographic opportunities are afforded by the beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. Our friendly, experienced fishing guides will take you to the hottest fishing spots and share their extensive knowledge.
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and transfer to hotel. After check-in hotel, we will do short city tour including Sukhbaatar Square, Chinggis Khaan Monument, Gandan Monastery and Zaisan Hill for panoramic view of the city. Before dinner, we will enjoy Mongolian traditional folklore concert. Have a dinner. Overnight at hotel.
Drive to Ugii Lake. Full day of fishing. The Ugii lake is the biggest lake of central Mongolia, settled in legendary Orlhon Valley and is 1.387 meters above sea level. It engages 27 square types of fish and birds, which create an incredible natural beauty. Overnight at Mongolian GER camp.
Drive to Kharkhorum. Kharkhorum - is a small village and one of the country's major tourist destinations and historically known as Karakorum city.
The most prominent historical site in Orkhon Valley is Kharkhorum, ancient capital of Mongol empire. Kharkhorum, founded in 1220 by Chinghis khan, was not only the capital of the vast Mongolian Empire, but the epic center of trade along Silk Road, and a cultural melting pot bridging east and west. Kharkhorum only one temple holds religious activity and the rest remained as a museum. Stay the night at Mongolian Ger Camp.
Drive to the Orkhon river. Full day of fishing. The Orkhon river is a point where meet 3 biggest rivers of Mongolia. Orkhon river has numerous species of fish such as Pike, Mirror Carp, Baikal Sturgeon, Taimen, Sig, River Perch, Siberian Umber, Roach, Ide, Bull Ide, Golden Carp, Amur Catfish and Burbot. Picnic. Overnight in tents.
Drive to Chuluut River . Full day of fishing. The Chuluut River canyon is a suitable spot for taïmen fishing. Overnight in tents.
Drive to White lake (Terkhiin tsagaan nuur). Full day of fishing. White lake was formed by lava flows many millennia ago. This astonishingly beautiful crystal clear lake is renowned for its fish and birdlife. The lake supports Pike and other fish. Overnight in tents.
Khorgo Volcano was responsible for creating White lake thousands years ago and is now extinct. The crater is accessible by foot or on horseback, providing excellent views of the lake and surrounding basalt-covered countryside. Local wildlife is also abundant and the area is a heaven for birdwatchers. Stay the night at Mongolian Ger Camp.
Drive to Khustai National park. The Mongolian Government declared Khustai National Park as a Specially Protected Area in 1993, one year after the initiation of the reintroduction of the last species of wild horse project. The Wild horse became extinct in the wild and was last seen in the Gobi in the late 1960s. It survived only in zoos and private parks around the world. The reintroduction program began in 1992. We will see the wild horses, you can also see many wild animals including wild sheep Argali, wolf and red deer.
Drive to Ulaanbaatar In the afternoon we will have some free time for shopping and for relaxing. Have a farewell dinner. Stay the night at the hotel.
Check out from the hotel. Drive to the airport and depart from Ulaanbaatar.
- Full-time guiding and interpreting service
- Sightseeing and entrance fees according to the itinerary
- Accommodation in Mongolian Ger camp
- Private transfers
- Good tourist camps
- Camel riding fees
- Horse riding fees
Not Included in the Service\
International Airfare/train ticket Accommodation in Ulaanbaatar Travel insurance Personal equipments Optional activity costs Tips for your guide and driver Alcoholic drinks