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Kharhorin- Hot spring-Sand dune- Waterfall- and Khustai National park
Tsenkher Hot Springs

Tsenkher Hot Springs of Tsenkher Rashaan is located 25 km southwest from Tsenkher soum of Arkhangai province. This spring issues sweltering 65-90C water with stench of hydrogen sulfide. Since early times the spring had been used for medical use, as it is believed to have good influence for articulation, stomach, anemia, over fatigue, skin diseases and diabetes. Hot Spring of Tsenher Rashaan is surrounded by beautiful natural landscape, and it is an interesting tourist site of Arkhangai province.

Kharhorin

Khar Horin, which is the ancient capital city of Mongolia, was founded 1220 in the Orkhon valley, center of the empire for more than 140 years, destroyed in 1391 by Chinese troops. Erdene-Zuu monastery which is the first Buddhist center in Mongolia. Ogodei, son and successor of Chinggis, surrounded it by a rampart measuring approximately 1.7 km by 1 km; it was during this reign that Karakorum became a true urban, diplomatic, and commercial centre.

Erdenezuu Monastery

located North West of the imperial site of Kharkhorum, this monastery was built on the site of the ruins of the ancient Mongol capital which was the main center of Buddhism. At the present, 108 stupas are surrounding the monastery.
Erdenezuu and the vagaries of history: The construction of Erdenezuu began in the 16th century and continued until the middle of the 19th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were more than 600 temple halls and places of worship there, making it the most powerful of the Kalkh monasteries. But the Purges of the 1930s finished most of the temples and today only about 20 remain. What was left of the great monastic complex was turned into a museum in 1965 and Erdenezuu re-opened as a place of worship in 1990.

Orkhon Waterfall

Orkhon Waterfall is the main attraction of this region of Mongolia. Apart from the springs at Khujirt, the main attraction in the area is the Orkhon waterfall. The water fall is situated in the historically significant Orkhon Valley, whose river flows an incredible 1120km to the North before it joins the mighty Selenge Gol, the waterfall was formed by a unique combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes about 20,000 years ago. The fall is naturally most impressive after heavy rain.

Erdenezuu Monastery

located North West of the imperial site of Kharkhorum, this monastery was built on the site of the ruins of the ancient Mongol capital which was the main center of Buddhism. At the present, 108 stupas are surrounding the monastery.
Erdenezuu and the vagaries of history: The construction of Erdenezuu began in the 16th century and continued until the middle of the 19th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were more than 600 temple halls and places of worship there, making it the most powerful of the Kalkh monasteries. But the Purges of the 1930s finished most of the temples and today only about 20 remain. What was left of the great monastic complex was turned into a museum in 1965 and Erdenezuu re-opened as a place of worship in 1990.

Orkhon Waterfall

Orkhon Waterfall is the main attraction of this region of Mongolia. Apart from the springs at Khujirt, the main attraction in the area is the Orkhon waterfall. The water fall is situated in the historically significant Orkhon Valley, whose river flows an incredible 1120km to the North before it joins the mighty Selenge Gol, the waterfall was formed by a unique combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes about 20,000 years ago. The fall is naturally most impressive after heavy rain.

Mongol Sand dune, /Elsen Tasarkhai/

The Mongol Sand dune /middle Gobi/ is located far from UB about 280 km. One of the larger and beautiful Sand dunes in Mongolia.
You can see the good combination of the Gobi and Hangai at the same place, trekking, horse and camel riding and trekking to the Sand dune,

Khustai National park

Khustai National park Located in Central Mongolia, it is home to the rare and endangered Przewalski’s horses–the only species of wild horses in the world–as well as many other internationally-important plants and animals.
He Przewalski’s horse (Equus ferus przewalskii), also known as “takhi” in Mongolian, is considered to be the last and only remaining wild horse species in the world. Once found throughout the steppes of Western Europe and Asia, by the early 1960s, Przewalski’s horses were only found in Mongolia’s Gobi region. By 1969, they were declared extinct in the wild. In the early 1900s, however, 53 Przewalski’s horse foals had been shipped to Europe from the Gobi, where they were kept in zoos and privately-held “parks.” Of those, only 12 produced foals. Nevertheless, by the mid-1980s, the captive population grew to over 1,000.In 1992, reintroduction of Przewalski’s horses was begun in Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan.

Day 1.

Pick up from the airport and drop off at the Hotel.

Day 2.

Drive to Kharhorin visit Erdene zuu monastery.

Day 3.

After lunch, we will drive to the Orkhon waterfall. Horseback ride 1 hour.

Day 4. 

After breakfast, drive to the Tsenkher hot springs. Stay in a ger camp. Relax in a hot springs.

Day 5.

Drive to Ugii Lake.

Day 6.

After breakfast, drive to the Mongol sand dune. Camel riding a short time.

Day 7.

After lunch, we will drive to the Khustai national park. Will See wild horses there and overnight in a nomad ger.

Day 8.

After breakfast drive to “Seven stars” camp which is located at Hui 7 hudag, When arrive at the Seven stars camp we sit in the sauna and relax after the long tour. Dinner “Mongolian traditional food Khorhog” at the camp.

Day 9.

After lunch return to UB.

Day 10.

Ulaanbaatar city tour.

Day 11.

Pick up from the Hotel and drop off at the airport.

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About this trip
Duration11
Seasonall season
LanguageEnglish
DestinationKharhorin- Hot spring-Sand dune- Waterfall- and Khustai National park
Inclusions
Airport pick up and drop off at the Hotel Hotel fee for 3 nights Accommodations Overnight in a Ger Car gasoline Experienced driver Guide Camel riding Horse riding Visiting a nomad family All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) Traditional food "Khorhog" Entry fee for National parks and museums Stay in a Ger    Sauna, Archery and Taking photo with traditional dresses at Seven stars camp City tour
Exclusions
Snacks Souvenirs Decoration Travel insurance Sleeping bag Optional additional activity cost Special order in cafes and restaurants Snacks, special drinks and special order at the hotel Payment for taking photos of temples, monuments and museums Passport and visa fees Personal expenses Snacks and special drinks Hotel mini-bar
You Should prepare for this tour below things
Backpack Waterproof bag cover Comfortable light boots for walking Head lamp Personal medications Waterproof hiking boots Waterproof jacket with hood Waterproof over pants Lightweight trousers Anti-mosquito lotion Long underwear Wool socks Warm hat and gloves Sunglasses Sun care cream Water plastic case with 1 liter of capacity Binoculars/camera Wet tissues Insurance confirmation copy Emergency contact number