Real eagle hunting with Golden eagles in Western Mongolia
Real eagle hunting with eagles in Western Mongolia
7 Days Winter Trip, Hunting with Eagles , Do real hunting on horseback. Stay with an Eagle Hunter’s family and experience real hunter’s life in Western Mongolia.
Season: October- March
Day – 1
Arrive in UB from home country. Overnight in UB in Flower hotel.
Day – 2
Fly from UB to Olgii. Drive out of Olgii to Altay south west of Olgii, 120kms. Arrive at Mr Ardak’s house ( eagle falconer).
Day – 3
Ride on horses and go to mountains to start doing the REAL Hunting activity. Overnight.
Day – 4
Do full day of hunting with eagles. In the morning and go to Ice fishing in the afternoon and in the evening we will organize a five fingers feast a Nomadic ceremony. Overnight.
Day – 5
We will drive back to Olgii and overnight in hotel.
Day – 6
Fly out of Olgii to UB. Picked up in UB and drive to Flower hotel. Overnight.
Day – 7
Drive to Airport and fly out to home country.
It is a Full board Mongolia package which includes everything from Day 1 to Day 7.
Price per PAX
Tour Price includes
Groups Size: 2-12
Booking: Booking need to be done at least 20 days before tour starts.
Meals: Our cook will prepare the meals mix of Western and Mongolian. We can also cater for vegetarians, vegans and gluten free upon request. There will be enough vegetables, fruits during our trips.
Domestic flight tickets and relevant information.
There are 2 aviation companies called Hunnu Airways and Aeromongolia flying between UB (Ulaanbaatar) and Olgii on daily basis during summer season.
Tickets can be purchased online on the following Aeromongolia and Hunnu air websites. Or upon request, Bek Travel can book the tickets for you.
P.S Aeromongolia has not been reliable nowadays with frequent delays and flight cancellations. Would suggest not to book with them at this moment.
Some recommendations: Weather in Mongolia in summer is not very stable, sometimes it can be as cold as degrees at nights on the mountains sometimes very hot. So it is always better to pack for the worst.