Fish on Mongolia's longest and richest river Orkhon!
The river is rich in fish including the huge Taimen,
Lenok, Whitefish, Carp, Minnow, Pike etc. The fishery
is great in here!
You have the opportunities to do different activities
in one area, not only fishing, you can alos relax in
the stunning beauty of nature and visit local family
to learn Mongolian nomadic lifestyle. On the trip you
will also visit historic sites of the Ancient Mongolian
Empire, once settled in the heart of Mongolia. You will
visit the first center of Tibetan Buddhism - Erdenezuu
monastery and the ruins of Karakorum city of the ancient
Tour grade: Easy
Duration: 8 days/ 7nights
* duration of the
trip can be changed to suit your needs.
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Fishing dates for 2013:
June - late September on request.
Land only price 2013: per person
. Courier bringing
min 5 clients
. More attractive prices for 10 and more pax
in the price:
. Accommodation in
double occupancy /hotel, ger camp/
and interpreting service
. Renting transport
+ driver with petrol, lubricants, maintenance
. All meals according to the itinerary /all
kinds of drink is on your own/
and cultural show admissions according to the
. Entrance fees for protected areas
and national parks
. Supply of bottled water,
. Fishing license (catch & release)
. Return ticket
Visa cost, International Airfare, Travel insurance,
. Single supplement 250 US$ is available.
in Ulaanbaatar, meet at Buyant Ukhaa airport,
transfer to hotel
- Karakorum. After breakfast we drive to Karakorum
through the green grassland with a stop at beautiful
Elsen Tasarkhai sand dunes, arrive in Khogno Khan
National Park. Drive to Karakorum and stay at
friendly Urguu camp. B+L+D
- Fishing camp. After having breakfast at the
camp we drive to the Chuluut River, enjoy the
nature beauty, transfer to tourist camp, start
||Fishing camp - Fishing spots.
Fishing on the beautiful Chuluut River. Moving between
fishing spots. Meals and overnight in tourist ger
camp - Karakorum. After having breakfast we will
drive to Karakorum and visit the legendary Erdene
Zuu Monastery from the 16th century. Transfer
to ger camp. B+L+D
back to Ulaanbaatar, sightseeing in city and shopping,
Traditional Folklore performance
to the airport after breakfast
River has its source in the Khangai Mountain
range and flows over 600 kilometers, joining
the Selenge River in northern Mongolia and so
to Lake Baikal in Siberia. The main tributaries
of ChuluutRiver are the Tamir and Yeroo rivers,
which have their source in the Khentii and Khangai
River has numerous species of fish, such as
Taimen, Pike, Mirror Carp, Baikal Sturgeon,
Sig, River Perch, Siberian Umber, Roach, Bull
Ide, Golden carp, Amur Catfish, Gold Carp, Stone
Loach, Siberian dace and Burbot.
Hucho Taimen is the dream of every fisherman.
It is a huge and mighty salmonoid that grows
upto 1,5 m in length!
Lenok is a type of trout, generally around 15
to 20 inches they can grow to 40 inches in Mongolia.
Lenok is an exciting sport fish.
Grayling are plentiful in Mongolia's waters
and there are in fact four sub-species here.
There's some big Pike out there too, including
a rare species, the Amur Pike.
During the trip you won't only fish,
but also you will visit some highlights of Mongolia
city of Kharakorum flourished in the IV-IX century
and in 1220 AD great Emperor Genghis Khaan declared
it as a capital city of his vast Empire. Many
other Mongolian Khaans continued to use Kharakorum
as the capital of the Mongol Empire. Today there
are many interesting sites left to visit; the
legendary turtle rock sculpture, Buddhist stupas
and the ruins of this great city.
Erdenezuu (One Hundred Treasures) was the first
Buddhist monastery in the Mongolian Empire.
It was established in 1586 by Abtai Sain Khaan.
Hustai National Park is where the wild Prezewalski
horses were brought from the Netherlands in
1993 to be reintroduced into their native land.
Here we are able to can see and photograph these
beautiful animals at pasture.
Flyfishing in Mongolia: Every
proud fisherman loves fly-fishing in Mongolia
as Mongolia fly fishing is a real challange
between real fishers. That's wht fly-fishing
Mongolia is famous and fishers come and enjoy
Mongolia flyfishing Taimen. Taimen fly fishing
in Mongolia is unique, come and enjoy fly fishing
Some info on flysishing and flyfishing
Mongolia: Mongolia is a unique fly-fishing
destination: a land of rolling steppes, rugged
mountains, verdant forest, and pristine rivers.
Our major species are: Salmon (Taimen), Trout,
Pike, Grayling, Sig, River Perch, Siberian Umber,
Roach, Ide, Bull Ide, Golden Carp, Amur Catfish
and Burbot. The Taimen is a particularly ferocious
fish which can often attain weights of 50 kilos
or more. The most attractive fish is the Taimen
(Hucho taimen) that reaches the length of 100-150
cm. The biggest taimen are more than 140 cm
in length. The most common fish is the Siberian
trout or the lenok normally reaching 50 cm,
in some areas even more than 70 cm. Not to be
overlooked is the exquisite dry-fly fishing
for Lenok Trout and Grayling; catches of 30
to 50 in a day are not uncommon. Darkhad Valley
is rich in different species of fish. The river
around camp is a fly fisherman's dream. Kherlen
river has 38 species of fish and Onon, Balj
rivers have 45 species etc. More than 15 rivers
are most famous and convenient to make fly fishing
in Mongolia. Touring in Mongolia is wonderful
and fishing in Mongolia is catch and release
with barb less hooks as it is one of the world's
healthiest and biggest fish population. The
best time of year fly fishing in Mongolia from
June or from very late August, September, October.
You can fish from morning till evening and your
catches will impress you with strength and incredible
size. Fishing in Mongolia is an experience not
to be missed. Selena travel offers you the most
wonderful fly fishing tours, enjoy the fishing
in Mongolia. Our fly-fishing tours combine great
fishing possibilities with Mongolian cultural
and natural highlights. Whether a novice or
expert angler, our knowledgeable, local guide
staff will provide a memorable fly fishing experience
that will last a lifetime. Mongolia fishing
season is comparatively short, it's between
June and October, so you should prepare your
fishing gear and travel to Mongolia for fishing