The Nature Reserve is truly the marvellous combination
of high mountains, colourful flowers, pretty lakes,
rivers and wetland waters with full of waterbirds
including some rare and endangered species.
or Wild Mountain Sheep is rare, endangered species
in the world. You can see herd of argali close distance
in Baits and Berkh mountains.
White Crane is very rare, critically endangered species
in the world. A few number of this bird can found
summer in Ayaga Lake and River Galuutai.
Crane is very rare in the world, classified as Vulnerable
category on the IUCN Red list. You can see them in
the Ayagiin Burd wetland. Every year few couple of
this bird breed in Tsengiin Burd wetland.
What you can do there:
At the Nature Reserve tourists can see and take pictures
of the endangered beautiful wild mountain sheep Argali
the Big Horns from the closest distance. The Argali
is very rare today and not seen in many places. Mongolia
is one of the few places that are last homes for this
beautiful species. It is a big opportunity to catch
the UP-CLOSEST glimpse of the endangered Wild mountain
Throughout the reserve, many locations provide great
angles to view a number of rare waterbird species
including the White Crane, White napped crane, Black
stork, Swan goose, Asian pond heron, Black Stork and
the beautiful Whooper swan.
Good telescopes and binoculars are also available
to enhance the great experience. Unfortunately, most
of these wonderful birds are now going extinct and
existing only in a very few countries. Horse riding
in the mountains, steppes and along the river is just
awesome! Gallop on the ground where once the greatest
emperor of all time the Genghis Khaan once travelled!
There is great FISHING on the quiet Kherlen River
including Taimen, Pike, Lenok, Burbot, Amur Catfish
and Sturgeon. Go fishing to encounter the mighty fish!
Visiting nomadic families will be unforgettable beautiful
experience as you will love their faces with real
smiles, hospitality, simple, unique and peaceful lifestyle.
You also can ride camel/yak or travel with camel/yak
carts as these are merged parts of nomadic lifestyle.