ABOUT MONGOLIA

Mongolia is a land of stark beauty and poetic contrasts. The vast mountainous steppes, crystal clear lakes, dense forests, and the rugged Gobi desert are what the inhabitants of this land have called home for over a millennium. Despite the passage of time, Mongolia has managed to preserve it’s pristine nature and ancient nomadic traditions.

We invite you to experience the majestic natural beauty of Mongolia and the warm hospitality of its people for yourself.

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ABOUT MONGOLIA

Mongolia is a land of stark beauty and poetic contrasts. The vast mountainous steppes, crystal clear lakes, dense forests, and the rugged Gobi desert are what the inhabitants of this land have called home for over a millennium. Despite the passage of time, Mongolia has managed to preserve it’s pristine nature and ancient nomadic traditions.

We invite you to experience the majestic natural beauty of Mongolia and the warm hospitality of its people for yourself.

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TOURS

Nature’s Door provides tours in the north of Mongolia around Lake Khovsgol, known to locals as the “Blue Pearl of Mongolia”. The area is home to some of the most breathtaking flora and fauna that Mongolia has to offer. Join us for a trek through unspoiled pine forests, horse-riding through vast wind-swept steppes, or even visiting the Dukha (Tsaatan) reindeer herders.

Fishing TAIMEN

DAYS 17FROM USD $2,321
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Visit REINDEER family

DAYS 12FROM USD $1,300
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HORSE RIDING

DAYS 8≤FROM USD $500
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CAMPS

If you are an independent backpacker, we also provide accommodation at either our camp or guesthouse. Drop by for a hot shower, comfy bed, cold beer and good food before or after your trek.

Nature`s door

Located right at the bank of Huvsgol lake, this place will set your mind and soul free with its breathtaking view. We can take up to 40 guests at once in our 15 gers and 2 big lodges.

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Garage 24 – Guest house

This station is specially designed for independent travelers looking for a good quality, budget stopover on their way to and from the far reaches of Huvsgul province.

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CONTACT US

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    Tel: +976-11-345027, +976-99080416, +976-98380004; Fax: +976-11-345027

    Telephone and Fax

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    naturesdoor@magicnet.mn

    Email Address

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    Khovsgol, Hatgal, Tsagaan Ereg, Western side of the lake

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UPCOMING EVENTS

In February-March of each year, residents of the Khovsgol region gather at the Khovsgol Lake, which during this time is frozen to a depth of over 1.5 metres and further demonstrates why it’s nicknamed the “Blue Pearl of Mongolia”.

The frozen lake serves as the location of an extraordinary two-day festival among locals and the nomadic Tsaatan reindeer herders, featuring activities such as ice skating, ice wrestling, horse-sled racing, tug-‘o-war, as well as performances from shamans and musicians. Festival goers can also enjoy playing traditional Mongolian games, admire the brilliant ice sculptures, and lounge around on the various ice furniture.

The nomadic Kazakh population of Mongolia have kept their unique tradition of eagle-hunting and they showcase their skills each year during the “Eagle Festival”. The festival takes place in March and eagle hunters also take the opportunity to test their skills with one another. Activities include the competition to determine the “Best Eagle Hunter”, horse racing, archery, and traditional Kazakh horseback games such as “grab the leather”.

Although eagle-hunting is traditionally a male sport, in 2014 a 13-year old girl named Aisholpan beat 80 other men in the eagle-hunting competition to win the “Best Eagle-Hunter” award, as depicted in the 2015 film “The Eagle Huntress”.

The “Thousand Camels Festival” is held every March 7-9th in celebration of the Bactrian camel that has played an essential role in the culture and livelihood of Mongolians in the Gobi region.

Activities during the festival include camel racing, camel polo, traditional musical performances, and a camel parade during which beautifully adorned camels showcase their ornaments in the proud manner they are generally associated with.