Mongolia lies in a transitional zone between the taiga forest of Siberia and the Gobi desert, spanning the southernmost border of the permafrost and the northernmost deserts of Central Asia. The country is far from the sea and has an extreme continental climate with marked ranges of seasonal and diurnal temperatures, and low precipitation. Altitude ranges from 560m in the far East to 4374m in the Altai mountains. Mongolia's wide range of relatively intact ecosystems provides habitat for a variety of plant and animal species, some of which are globally endangered. Mongolia belongs to one of the few countries which are still considered relatively untouched regarding air, water, plant and animal species in the world.
Big Game: Altai Ibex, Gobi Ibex, Maral bull, Whitetail Gazzelle, Roedeer, Grey Wolf, Siberian Roebuck, Wild Boar. Argali Ram on application. Upland Game Birds: Capercallie, Chukars, Partridges and Grouses. Waterfowl: Greyleg Geese, Bean Geese, Bar Headed Geese, Merganzers, Pochards, Ruddy Shelduck, Taffted Duck, Falcated Duck, Smew.
Taimen (world's largest salmon), Greyling, Lenok, Pike, Pearch, Carp Trout, Carp, Catfish. We are fortunate to have access to hundreds of acres of wildlife management area and hunting ground following the principles of community-based natural resource management in high Altai and vast Gobi and Steppe mountains of Mongolia. Our experienced guide and host Ari will ensure that you have every chance to succeed. Personal experience in guiding bowhunters and trophy hunters for the last 26 years will turn your trip to Mongolia into an extraordinary adventure.