Other Tours We Offer

Wildlife tour in Gobi

The Gobi Desert is the largest desert in Asia, occupying an area of 1,300,000 square km, and has a harsh climate, it still hosts a significant diversity of species. The animals currently inhabiting the Gobi Desert are well-adapted to survive in the extreme desert climate. Some of the iconic species living in the Gobi Desert are the gobi argali sheep, black-tailed gazelle, Gobi viper, jerboa, Gobi ibex, wild Bactrian camel and more.

Wildlife tour in western Mongolia

Travel with us across, the Altai Mountains and the Gobi Desert of Western Mongolia. Not only will the beautiful scenery inspire and amaze you, but also you are guaranteed to see a wide range of wildlife. Altai Ibex, wild ass, gazelle, wolf, fox, marten, beaver, marmot, sable and others are all abundant here, plus for the birdwatchers, there’s eagles, falcons, goshawks, kites, harriers, lammergeyers, vultures and owls.

Wildlife Tour in Eastern Mongolia

With its vast open plains, rolling hills and pristine wetlands, Mongolia’s Eastern Steppe is one of Asia’s last grassland wildernesses. Great migratory herds of Mongolian gazelle roam here with grey wolves, Siberian marmots, eastern moose, red deer, roe deer, corsac foxes, Pallas’ cats, and Daurian hedgehogs, alongside six of the world’s 13 crane species, and nesting populations of golden eagle, steppe eagle, saker falcon, Amur falcon, red-footed falcon, lesser kestrel, and black vulture.

Wildlife Tour in Taiga

Mongolia’s northern part is covered by approximately 11 million ha of taiga forest which forms the southern extension of the Siberian taiga forest. The extensive tree cover and ground vegetation provides good habitat for large herbivorous mammal such as Moose, red and Siberian roe deer, Siberian musk deer and smaller Siberian flying squirrel. 300 species of bird recorded in summer and only 30 birds stay taiga for winter.