Western Mongolia 21 days - The Great Mongolian Adventures

Western Mongolia 21 days

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Beautiful places of Khangai mountains to the Altai Tavan Bogd mountains and it's highlighted locations, through the amazing lakes of the Great Lakes depression with the Gobi touches are the most magnificent and unforgettable journey one can take in Mongolia. 

The most carefully planned itinerary for western Mongolia will leave you speechless after finishing this epic journey. 
This trip is for travellers who wanted to see all Mongolia. It is still not all but covers the 60% of all Mongolia.  
We have chosen the best attractions and the most hassle-free routes. 

Many different ethnic groups of Mongolian people, with their welcoming attitude and great cultures, will create a new you.

The well-preserved wildlife and untouched landscapes will make your jaw dropped for these 21 days. 

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Day 1.
Ulaanbaatar to Khugnu Khan N.P. via Khustain Nuruu N.P.

Distance: 350 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Khustain Nuruu National Park:
Tuv province, in between Altanbulag, Argalant and Bayankhangai soums area incredibly beautiful landscape and wild horses called Takhi the Przewalski horse’s only living place on earth. On an average 1500-1700m. a.s.l. The highest peak is Khushuut mountain 1842m tall. The lowest point is 1190m Tariatiin Bulag. It’s Khentii mountains south-west wing. At the mountaintop to the north slope, there is 2080 hectare of birch forest. Park has 450 species of plants almost all of them are medicinal plants, red deers, antelopes, wild boars, many species of rodents and 260 species of birds live here.
Explore it with well educated Khustai National Park’s guide

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Trekking, Wildlife observation and Sightseeing

Khugnu Khan National Park:
Bulgan province’s Rashaant soum area Incredibly beautiful sacred mountain full of exotic animals and medicinal plants. There are Uvgun, and Zaluu 2 Khalkha monasteries ruins are there to tell the tale. Here we can hike around the Mountain see the beautiful view of  Elsen Tasarkhai the Sand dune. There are 17 very rare species of plants and combined 399 species of plants. 100 of them are medicinal plants.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Trekking, Wildlife observation and Sightseeing
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 2.
Khugnu Khan Mountain to Kharkhorin town via Elsen Tasarkhai

Distance: 100 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Elsen Tasarkhai:
Elsen Tasarkhai is a part of the Mongol Els sand dunes, which stretch from the Tuv, Uvurkhangai, and Bulgan provinces all the way west to become part of the Khugnu Khan mountain range. The sand dunes are 80 km long total. Dividing the southern part of the sand dunes with the so-called northern Mongolian sand, Khugnu Tarna is the main road. River Tarnat flows in the western part of the sand dunes, it is sodden under its surfaces, so shrubberies such as willow, elm, dogwood, shrubbery grow there. In the south lies Ikh Mongol which defines the central point of Mongolia and is surrounded by the Elsen Tasarkhai. The widest section of the sand dune is located in the Ikh Mongol mountain area and covers an area of 9-10 km. Half of the Ikh Mongol sand is covered by plants, so its mostly not loose sand. Camel riding on the sand dune and local foods are highlights of this place.

Activities: Hiking, Photograph, Camel tour, Horse tour

Kharkhorin town:
Founded by Chinggis Khaan in 1200, became Mongol empire’s capital in 1220 by Ugudei Khaan son of Chinggis Khaan. Every religion in the world existed together for centuries in the Karakorum. Historically and archaeologically important place in the world. Kharkhorin is UNESCO world heritage site. Here is the famous Erdenezuu the Buddhist monastery is open to the public. Surrounding 108 stupas creates one magnificent big fence, inside there are 3 remaining ancient monastery buildings which are now a big Buddhist museum. Museum staffs are famous for their good education on the details of the Buddhist exhibits. Next to the museum actual working monasteries are open to the public. Famous Karakorum’s Turtle rock and Phallic rock are located near Erdenezuu monastery.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Archeological tours, Museum, Monastery visit
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 3.
Kharkhorin to Taikhar rock via Tsetserleg town

Distance: 120 km
Driving duration: 3 hours

Tsetserleg town:
Is the capital of Arkhangai province. North side of the town there is the famous Bulgan mountain with Zaya Bandida the one of the 4 state’s saint’s monastery which is now a Museum of Arkhangai just next to it the Zaya Bandida’s actual working monastery is open to the public. At the Bulgan mountain there is a big Buddha statue complex and throughout the mountain, there are numbers of drawings of gods it is a fascinating place to climb up to the mountain.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Museum, Trekking, Sightseeing and Religious tour

Taikhar rock:
On a bank of Khoid Tamir River in Ikh Tamir Soum, Arkhangai province. Taikhar Chuluu is the 18m-high cliff of granite. Which has lots of myths and challenges to be found. Over 150 inscriptions in various scripts including Turkic, Uyghur, Mongolian, Tibetan, Manchu and Chinese were engraved on the rock. The surrounding area is all about the beautiful scenery.

Activities: Horseback riding, Yak riding, Photography, Sightseeing
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 4.
Taikhar rock to Khorgo volcano & Terkhiin Tsagaan nuur (White Lake) via Chuluut  canyon

Distance: 170 km
Driving duration: 3 hours

Chuluut canyon:
Chuluut canyon is located in Tariat and Undur-Ulaan soum’s area, Arkhangai province. Surrounded by huge canyon depth reaches 200 m from the river at some point. On the bank of the river, there is a famous Mother tree which is a local worshipping tree.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Climbing and Sightseeing

Khorgo volcano:
Khorgo volcano crater is 200 m wide and 80 m deep situated at an altitude of 2,210 m. a.s.l. Erupted around 8,000 years ago. Near the crater, there are dozens of small caverns with stalactites hanging from their ceiling and walls. Because of a volcanic eruption, interesting Ger shaped caves formed. One of them is a deep ground cave with ice inside, which is called "Yellow dog's hell". The ice is at present even on the hottest summer days. Some of 13 stone shelters reach 1.7 m high. Plenty to see and explore this volcano.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Trekking, Climbing and Sightseeing

Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur (White Lake):

As known as the White Lake is located in Tariat soum, Arkhangai province.
Very beautiful lake with a variety of birds, nomadic families and sand beaches this is one of the most heavenly places that you can visit on your planet.
Khorgo Terkhi national park is considered one of the Mongolian Seven Wonders. It is UNESCO world heritage site.
Terkhiin Tsagaan is 16 km long. 6 km wide, 20m deep and 61 sqkm pure water lake.

Activities: Photography, Hiking, Horseback riding, Swimming and Sightseeing
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 5.
Terkhiin Tsagaan to Telmen lake via Tosontsengel town

Distance: 280 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Tosontsengel town:
Tosontsengel is a soum of Zavkhan province, in western Mongolia. It is the largest soum and soum centre in Zavkhan province after its capital.

Telmen lake:
This salt lake is at an altitude of 1789 meters above sea level and covers an area of 194 square km. Three islands are located in the lake, which is a gathering point for migratory birds. The water salinity is 6.49-7.61%.

Activities: Swimming, Hiking, Horse riding, Photography and sightseeing
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 6.
Telmen Lake to Ulaagchin Khar Lake Bioreserve via Mukhart river and Senjit Crag

Distance: 200 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Mukhart river:
Magnificent Mukhart small river flowing for twenty kilometres (12,43 miles) along the Bor Khyar Dunes, forming a lovely oasis where poplars and sea buckthorns grow. The source of this river is really magical because it literally gushes from the huge and lovely Bor Dune. As it spontaneously springs, it also spontaneously disappears afterwards into the dunes.

Senjit Crag:
On the 2,773 metres a.s.l. High sand dune mountaintop, 10 m tall  6-8 m wide granite nature’s door like uniquely shaped arch rock surrounded by beautiful landscapes.

Ulaagchiin Khar Lake Bioreserve:
Ulaagchiin Khar lake is located in Erdenekhairkhan soum, Zavkhan province. North side of the lake beautiful sand dunes and to the south surrounded by reed it is an unbelievably heavenly landscape. Around the lake, you can observe the mighty Tovkhosh mountain.
Khar Lake is 48 metres deep, 30 km long, and 5-10 km wide. In the middle of the lake 2,500m a.s.l. 3 tall islands become 13 different species of migratory birds’ home every summer.

Activities: Hiking, Trekking, Photograph, Horse riding, Fishing, Bird watching
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 7.
Ulaagchiin Khar Lake to Khyargas lake (Khetsuu Khad)

Distance: 220 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Khyargas Lake:
Khyrgas lake is salt lake located on south side of Khan Khukhii ridge, Mongolian Great lakes depression, Uvs province. Lake covers 1407 sq km, length is 75 km, width is 31 km, the average length is 19 km, the water surface is 1028 metres a.s.l. On the north shore of famous spa called Khar Termes and it’s mud is used for healing. 

Khetsuu Khad:
East side of the lake 5 - 7 km long cliff stretches underwater is called Khetsuu Khad. Some of the peaks of this cliff surfaced like islands. Waterbirds made their nest on those islands and lay their eggs. It is a heaven for the birds. In the lake there are plenty of Big Mouth Altai Osman, ruff, Yellowfish etc, they become waterbirds main food source.  

Activities: Swimming, Hiking, Bird watching, Fishing, Photograph
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 8.
Khetsuu Khad to Achit Lake

Distance: 300 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Achit Lake:
Achit Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Uvs province. At an elevation of 1,435 m above sea level, it covers an area of 290 km². It is 28 km long, 16 km wide, and 10 metres deep. The coast is covered with steppes, mostly hilly but swampy on the northwest and northeast. Several rivers also flow into the lake.

Activities: Swimming, Hiking, Bird watching, Fishing, Photograph
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 9.
Achit Lake to Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Distance: 180km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park:
Located at the westernmost point of Mongolia, this park on the border of both Russia and China has views of Kazakhstan from the highest peak of Tavan Bogd Mountains (“Five Sacred” in Mongolian). At the northwest end of this 630,000-hectare park, the Tavan Bogd Mountains contains the 5 highest mountain peaks in Mongolia, with the highest, Khuiten Uul (“Cold Peak’) at 4374 M (14,201 ft). The mountains are considered sacred to local Tuvans and Kazakhs. In the shadows of the Tavan Bogd are the Potanin Glacier (covering 23 square kilometres) and 34 other smaller glaciers, plus several large lakes and a 10 M waterfall to the south and many archaeological sites, which form the Petroglyph Complexes of the Mongolian Altai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park contains the full spectrum of archaeology in Bayan-Olgii with petroglyphs, standing stones, burial mounds, and ancient cemeteries. This biggest concentration of petroglyphs with over 10,000, which is the Tsagaan Sala site, is situated along a 15 km river valley. Another popular region of the park is the lakes region, which is renowned for its natural beauty making it much visited the area by tourists and nomadic herders alike. Many eagle hunters live inside the park to hunt the plentiful wildlife during the winter months like Corsac foxes and rabbits. There are many endangered species inside the park including argali sheep, ibex, grey wolves, red deer, black vulture, elk, snow leopards, Altai snowcock, golden eagles, and many others.

Activities: Hiking, Sightseeing, Photograph
Accommodation: Tent Stay

Day 10.
Altai Tavan Bogd (Malchin peak)

Malchin Peak:
Malchin Peak (or Herder Peak) is the one of five peaks of the Tavan Bogd mountain on the Mongolia - Russian border. The Peak towers at the elevation of 4,050 m (13,287 ft). It is the only one of the five peaks of Tavan Bogd that can be climbed without specialized mountain climbing equipment.

Activities: Hiking, Sightseeing, Photograph
Accommodation: Tent Stay

Day 11.
Malchin Peak to Khoton and Khurgan lake

Distance: 150 km
Driving duration: 5 hours

Khoton and Khurgan lake:
Khoton and Khurgan lake are located in Mongol Altai range in Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. 2 km long river valley connects these 2 lakes. Surrounding area of these 2 lakes is famous for their natural beauty. Khoton and Khurgan lakes are pure water lakes. They originated from glaciations.
Khurgan lake is 71 sq km, 23.1 km long and 6 km wide.
Khoton lake is 50 sq km, 22km long, 4 km wide.

Activities: fishing, hiking, nomadic family visit, horse riding, bird watching
Accommodation: Tent stay

Day 12. 
Khoton lake to Tsambagarav mountain via Baga Turgen waterfall and Ulgii town

Distance: 280 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Baga Turgen waterfall:
One of the beautiful places of Altai Tavanbogd National Park. Located in the valley of Khoton and Khurgan lakes, Baga Turgen valley. Disgorge from snow covered mountain tops, surrounded by magnificent wild nature makes it a unique waterfall in Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. Waterfall’s height is 15m, and this is the tallest waterfall in Bayan-Ulgii province. Surrounding mountains have plenty of Siberian spruce, larches and Erica. In the spring and summertime pack of Mongolian grayling fish go against Strong river stream and waterfall for spawning.

Activities: Sightseeing, photography, hiking

Ulgii Town:
Ulgii is the capital of Bayan-Ulgii province.

Tsambagarav mountain:
Tsambagarav is a mountain between Khovd Province and Bayan-Olgii Province. It is a mountain of the Altai Mountains range. It has two peaks, its highest peak "Tsast Uul"  has an elevation of 4,195 metres and another peak same named “Tsambagarav". The mountain is the stand-alone eternally snow-capped mountain of the Mongol Altai and the regional sacred mountain in Mongolia. One of the Mongolian ethnic group called Uuld people lived around the Mountain. They were 11 different groups of Uuld people, and each had their own worshipping ovoo and they are still intact. They used to do special rituals and offerings to the mountain on their ovoos.

Activities: Hiking, Sightseeing, wildlife observation

Day 13.
Tsambagarav mountain to Gurvan Senkher cave via Khar Us Lake

Distance: 400 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Khar Us Lake National Park:
One of the biggest lakes in Mongolia. Khar Us Lake covers 1153 sq km, length is 72 km, width is 26 km. In the middle of the lake there are 10 islands, biggest island surfaces 400 qs km, 30 km length, and above water surface 272 m tall.  South side of the lake there is full of bamboos and rushes. Wild boar and lots of rare animals live around the lake. The lake covers very big area but it’s very shallow lake, deepest point is 4.4 m, average depth is 2 metres.

In this park 54 species of animals, 268 species of birds, 455 species of plants, 4 species of fishes, 6 species of creeping animals, 131 species of insects have recorded. Tourists praise this lake the land of heaven.

Activities: Hiking, Swimming, Photograph, Wildlife observation, Fishing.

Gurvan Senkher cave:
Khovd province Mankhan soum area Senkher cave is found by a local herder. It has 40,000 years old arts on the wall.
Originating in the Paleolithic period, Khoit Tsenkher Cave includes symbols and animal forms painted on the walls up to the ceiling. Stags, buffalo, oxen, ibex, lions, Argali sheep, antelopes, camels, elephants, ostriches, and other animal pictorials are present, often forming a palimpsest of overlapping images. The paintings appear brown or red in colour, and are stylistically similar to other Paleolithic rock art from around the world but are unlike any other examples in Mongolia.

Activities: Cave exploring, Hiking
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 14.
Gurvan Senkher Cave to Khasagt Khairkhan National Park via Durgun lake

Distance: 350 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Durgun Lake:
Durgun lake is a saltwater lake in Durvuljin soum Gobi-Altai province. It is a part of the Great Lakes Depression, being one of the remnants of a prehistoric lake. It has a salinity of 4%. By the Janjin rock, naturally formed a pool like beach is the most wonderful place to swim around.

Activities: Swimming, Hiking, Photography

Khasagt Khairkhan National Park:
Khasagt Khairkhan NP is located in Jargalan soum, Gobi-Altai province. Average height is 3000-3500 metres. Highest peak has an elevation of  3578 metres. Beautiful nature and many types of minerals are there to explore.

Activities: Hiking, mountain climbing, Photography
Accommodation: Resort

Day 15.
Khasagt Khairkhan to Taigan Lake via Altai town

Distance: 200 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Altai town:
Altai town is the capital of Gobi-Altai province.

Taigan Lake:
Located in Delger soum Gobi-Altai province. Spending the night by the lake.

Activities: Swimming, Birdwatching
Accommodation: Tent stay

Day 16.
Taigan Lake to Shargaljuut resort via Bayankhongor city

Distance: 360 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Bayankhongor city:
The capital of Bayankhongor province.

Shargaljuut resort:
Shargaljuut is an urban-type settlement geographically located in the Erdenetsogt soum of Bayankhongor Province. Officially Shargaljuut is a bag (commune) under Bayankhongor city jurisdiction but situated 54 km NE from the city on Shargaljuut river in Khangai Mountains at 2136 m elevation.
Shargaljuut's population is the second largest settlement of Bayankhongor Province after Bayankhongor city.
Shargaljuut is a resort with more than 100 hot (up to +95°C) mineral springs, some of them with sulphur mud. Mongolians go there and have treatment all year long.
All of the hot springs erupt from strangely shaped rocks and all the hot springs have their own purposes of healing.

Activities: Spring treatments, natural phenomenon, Photography
Accommodation: Resort

Day 17.
Shargaljuut resort to Khuisiin Naiman Lakes

Distance: 350 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Khuisiin Naiman lakes:
Naiman lakes are located between Khangai mountains, in Uyanga soum, Uvurkhangai province. The average elevation is 2400 metres from sea level. Interconnected 8 lakes are formed by volcanic eruptions. In the area grey wolf, wild boars, royal stag, marmots, bunny and squirrels are easy to spot. And 50 species of birds, Himalayan griffon eagle and Eurasian Griffon eagles are rarely seen.

Activities: Horse riding, Hiking, Wildlife observation
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 18.
Khuisiin Naiman Lakes to Orkhon waterfall via Tuvkhun Monastery

Distance: 300 km
Driving duration: 7 hours

Tuvkhun Monastery:
Located in Khujirt soum, Uvurkhangai province. Located on top of the deep forest and rocky Undur-Ovoot or Shiveet-Ulaan mountain. Founded by Saint Zanabazar in 1648, when he was 14 years old. Saint Zanabazar’s first ever meditating cave is still intact. Most of Zanabazar’s amazing work had done at Tuvkhun monastery. On the mountain 2 minerals erupt from the rocks. Many interesting caves to be explored. Now actual monastery is open to the public.

Activities: Hiking 5km, Horse riding, Monastery visit

Orkhon waterfall:
Orkhon river valley is located in Bat-Ulzii soum, Uvurkhangai province. Orkhon waterfall is 20 metres tall and 10 metres wide. white waves flowing on the black stone, transformed into a rainbow by sunrays make a magical scene.
Orkhon waterfalls formed 20.000 years ago after a unique combination of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. It’s the Ulaan Tsutgalaan River, ”Red Confluence”, which forms these falls by flowing into the Orkhon River.

Activities: Hiking, Swimming, Photography, Horse riding
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 19.
Orkhon waterfall to Ongi Monastery

Distance: 300 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Ongi Monastery:
Dundgobi province, Saikhan-Ovoo soum’s area, Ongi river’s east bank, on Saikhan-Ovoo mountain’s slope there are remains of a Monastic city Ongi, founded in 1660. it was once a town that populated one thousand monks.
Bases of the buildings were built on mini-cliffs. Buildings were the true art of sculptures. It was devastated by the Soviet purges of the 1930s. Only a few traces remain in the mini-museum. Here you can see the remnants of the artistic walls equipment, and reconstructed Ongi Monastery.

Activities: Photograph, Hiking, Paleontology research, swimming
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 20.
Ongi Monastery to Zorgol Khairkhan mountain via Baga Gazriin Chuluu

Distance: 300 km
Driving duration: 6 hours

Baga Gazriin Chuluu:
Dundgobi province, Delgertsogt soum’s area. Surrounded by the vast grassy plains 1768 m a.s.l. Tall granite area, it’s 300 sq km big.
In the mountain passes and valleys, there are a lot of species of plants. Ancient petroglyphs, remains, monuments are there to explore. There are Sudut gorge, Jargalant cave, Eye’s holy water, offering valley, Ger rock, Hun's era burials etc. many interesting places to explore.

Activities: Photograph, Hiking, Cycling, Rock climbing, Trekking
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Zorgol Khairkhan Mountain:
Zorgol Khairkhan is a sacred mountain, located in the area of Bayan Unjuul soum of Tov province, about 150 km from Ulaanbaatar. The peak is 1686 m ASL. Zorgol Khairkhan Mountain is venerated and revered by the local people, who believe that it is the siege of a great, benevolent spirit. The huge, red granite mountain does indeed have a diverse and beautiful nature to offer. It has many caves and water springs. home of the Argali wild sheep, Ibex and Red deer and many other animals.
There are several burial sites of ancient Mongol soldiers around this mountain. According to shamanic custom, pronouncing the name of the holy mountains while visiting them is forbidden. In history, it is said that Chinggis Khaan used to go for hunting around this mountain.

Activities: Hiking, Mountain climbing, Horse riding, Photography
Accommodation: Tourist camp

Day 21.
Zorgol Khairkhan mountain to Ulaanbaatar

Distance: 150 km
Driving duration: 2 hours

Ulaanbaatar:
We will be leaving in the morning and head back to Ulaanbaatar. Goes back to the hotel and have some refreshment time. City tour with museums and do some cashmere shopping. The traditional folk art Concert with the great Tumen Ekh ensemble. And have a farewell dinner with all the travel crew members.

And until next time, Bayartai.

Activities: Tumen Ekh ensemble concert, Shopping
Museums:  Natural History Museum, Zanabazar fine art museum, Bogd Khaan’s palace museum, Choijin Lama museum
Accommodation: Hotel

Highlights

Khugnu Khan National Park

Khustain Nuruu National Park

The Ancient Karakorum city

Taikhar Rock

Khorgo volcano and White lake National Park

Ulaagchin Khar Lake Bioreserve 

Mukhart river

Khyargas lake - Khetsuu Khad

Achit Lake 

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Khoton and Khurgan lakes

Baga Turgen waterfall

Tsambagarav mountain

Gurvan Senkher Cave

Khar us lake

Durgun Lake 

Khasagt Khairkhan National Park

Shargaljuut resort

Khuisiin Naiman Lakes

Tuvkhun Monastery

Orkhon waterfall

Ongi monastery

Baga Gazriin Chuluu

Zorgol Khairkhan 

Ulaanbaatar city tour

 

What’s included in the Price?

English speaking guide at all times
17 nights accommodations based on twin/double occupancy;
     - 4-5 star hotel in the city – 2 nights
     - Best Ger camps in the countryside – 15 nights
All meals 24 as specified in the itinerary: Breakfast-21, Lunch-21 & Dinner -21
All relevant transfers and transportation + experienced drivers (4-5 pax will share a 4WD minivan or Jeep)
Sightseeing and entrance fees according to the itinerary
National park and Attraction complex tickets
“Wonders of Mongolian Art” performance by “Tumen Ekh” ensemble
Visa invitation letter, if required
Included all taxes

What’s Not included in the Price?

International flights & visa fee
Travel & medical insurance 
Daily personal expenses

Route

  1. Ulan Bator
  2. Khustai Mountains Rd
  3. Khogno Tarna
  4. Kharkhorin
  5. MN
  6. Tsetserleg
  7. Khorgo Mountain
  8. Tosontsengel
  9. Telmen
  10. Ulaagchin Khar Lake
  11. Khyargas Lake
  12. Achit Lake
  13. Altai Tavan Bogd National Park
  14. Khoton Lake
  15. Tsambagarav
  16. Khar-Us Lake
  17. Durgun Lake
  18. Khasagt Khairkhan
  19. Altai
  20. Bayankhongor
  21. Naiman Nuur
  22. Orkhon Waterfall
  23. Khotont
  24. MN
  25. MN
  26. Zorgol Khairkhan Uul
  27. Ulaanbaatar