True nomad experience. Ger was beautiful. Service and staff were great. Horse back ride with Dondog was wonderful-saw cranes and about 25 argali sheep. Truly a Mongolian trip.
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Gun-Galuut, 130 km south-east of Ulaanbaatar, is the state combined from diversity of ecosystem although it owns comparatively small area. The complex of high mountains, steppes, rivers, lakes and wetlands are kept in their original condition. Visitors to Gun-Galuut see vast steppes seeming to meet the sky, the imposing mountains of Baits and Berkh, the homeland of rare creatures, Ikh-Gun and Ayaga lakes, a paradise of birds, Kherlen, the longest river of Mongolia and the Tsengiin Burd wetland, where water and wetland birds lay their eggs.

Female Argali (Ovis ammon) with young, watched by a nearby Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) at Gun Galuut, Töv Aimag, Mongolia, June 2009.

Blyth's Pipit (Anthus godlewskii), Gun Galuut, Töv AImag, Mongolia, June 2009.