Tour schedule

# Destinations Durations Point Tour price Phone
1 5 days tour to Terelj, Hustai national park 5 days 4 nights - 530$ 95952233
2 4 days tour to Terelj national park 4days 3 nights - 450$ 95952233
3 8 days tour to Terhiin tsagaan lake 8 days 7 nights - 740$ 95952233
4 5 days tour to Bayangobi,Terelj national park 5 days 4 nights - 530$ 95952233
5 8 days tour to Huvsgul lake 8 days 7 nights - 810$ 95952233
6 7 days tour to South gobi 7 days 6 nights - 1100$ 95952233
7 8 days tour to South gobi 8 days 7 nights - 1330$ 95952233
8 7 days tour to Selenge 7 days 6 nights - 810$ 95952233
9 7 days tour to Harhorin-Ugii lake 7 days 6 nights - 760$ 95952233
10 6 days tour to Huvsgul Lake 6 days 5 nights - 1000$ 95952233
11 6 days tour to Harhorin 6 days 5 nights - 610$ 95952233
12 8 days tour to Ugii lake 8 days 7 nights - 810$ 95952233
Tour schedule
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Gobi bears, known as Mazaalai in Mongolia, are found in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and is listed as endangered by Mongolian Redbook of Endangered Species. Only a small population or around 20-40 Gobi Bears are thought to currently survive in the Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area. 
Mazaalais give birth while hibernating and come out of hibernation with their cubs. In the early spring, in Tsogt soum of Gobi-Altai aimag, a mazaalai with twin cubs was spotted by wildlife keepers. 
In this regard, research teams, including Bear International Association, Institute of General and Experimental Biology at Mongolian Academy of Sciences, and ’Gobi Bear” team of the Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area have been jointly carrying-out studies in the region since April 26. They recently caught a male bear to put a collar around his neck for further studies.
 Last year, 3 tons of forage were placed in the Gobi Bear habitat areas in the southern Gobi before the hibernation of Gobi Bear started and 8 tons of forage when they emerged from their hibernation. 
Moreover, some Mongolian enterprises, such as Mobicom LLC, Bodi Insurance and MCS Group are planning to invest more than MNT100 million for the Gobi Bear conservation efforts this year, reported the Ministry of Environment and Tourism of Mongolia.