Mongolian Grayling also scientifically known as “Thymallus Brevirostris Kessler” is basically just another class of the commen grayling, inhabiting vast river systems and lakes in the Altai Mountains of North-Western Mongolia. This astounding fish is an endemic form, which lives only here in land-locked rivers flowing into large lakes, instead of having their mouth at the open sea. Missing a large predator and competing fish like a Taimen-Huchen or a sea-run Salmon, this Mongolian Grayling has developed a large growing breed, which turned into an aggressive predator at the top of the food chain.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Bayan-Ulgii Province, Mongolia|
|WEAR||Comfortable warm clothing, warm boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
|Destination||Buyant river, Deluun sum, Tsambgarav Nat.Park|
Fly to Ulaan-Baatar, Capital of Mongolia.
- Arrive in Ulaan-Baatar at the Chingis Khaan International Airport.
- You will meet our guide and driver.
- Transfer to the hotel.
- Sightseeing with Mongolian’s largest Buddhist Monastery, listen to horns calling lamas to temple, rituals and observe the monks, after lunch visit Natural History museum.
Fly to Ulgii, Tsambgarav Nat.Park
Arrive in Ulgii, After lunch drive to east nearby the Tsambagarav nat.park, Urgun chileg where Urianhai people spend their summer time, in beautiful spring and rivers plenty of fishes in the valley. Change fishing spots in different places. Overnight in tents.
Deluun sum, Buyant rier
Drive to Deluun soum, for fishing Buyant river in Eagles valley. The Hoh Serhyin Nuruu, the larger range is the in the southeast Bayan-Ulgii. The national park is Protected Area (659 km²) and offers a home for many species animal, such as the Argali sheep, Ibex, Snow cock, and Golden eagle. Overnight in tents.
Drive back to Ulgii
Drive back to Ulgii via Tolbo lake, stay in Hotel.