A Trekking tour in Terskei Ala Too mountain range is a wonderful combination of landscapes and romantics of adventures. It is impressions and emotions that one remembers forever… Overnight in tents under the starlit sky, campfire after a long day, amazing beauty of the hidder coners and unusual nature views… it is worth coming to our mountainous land – Land of Kyrgyzstan! The peaks we can see are – Oguz Bashi peak (5165 m.), Karakol (5216 m.). The famous moraine-glacial lake Ala Kol (3532 m.). We go over two mountain passes – Telety (3800 m.) and Ala Kol (3800 m.). As a “dessert” we offer you bathing in the hot natural springs with curative mineral water in Altyn Arashan valley! In Ala Archa we can find of the highest trekking peaks in the country, Uchitel Peak, surrounded by a beautiful alpine landscape.
The Altai Mountains, with eternal snowcapped peaks and glaciers, are the highest of the three major mountain ranges in Mongolia, straddling the Russian and Chinese frontiers in the Far West. Tavan Bogd National Park was created as part of an effort to protect some of the last surviving areas of truly pristine wilderness left in Asia. The park is named after the “five kings” or “saints” (Tavan Bogd) which are in fact the snow-covered peaks of considerable stature. The five peaks are Nairamdal, Naran, Olgii, Burged, and the grandest of them all, the highest mountain in Mongolia, Khuiten Uul. In this remote region live many nomads of various ethnic minorities. Local Kazakh herdsmen keep their priceless Golden Eagles next to their yurts. Western Mongolian landscapes, snow-covered mountains, and the nomadic lifestyles of some of Mongolia’s groups such as the Kazakh and Uriankhai people will create unforgettable memories for the active traveler. Are also the the habitat of lynx, Argali sheep, and the Elusive Snow leopard. The Gobi desert, the most mythical site of Mongolia. Ancient tales of great explorers, legends and other stories that stimulate the imagination, it is there as well that many dinosaur fossils and bones have been found. You will visit the most characteristic sites of the South Gobi, blazing cliffs, white stuppa, Yol canyon and of course the famous Khongor singing dunes. A loop of about 1,500km to discover the essence of the Gobi Desert.
Explore some of Romania's most stunning mountain landscapes and soak up the unique culture of Transylvania on this inspiring cultural and adventure trip. The Bucegi mountains are home to a diverse range of landscapes from pine and beech forests to flower laden meadows and high limestone cliffs. Is also where you can find Bran Castle, connected through folklore to the fictitious character, Dracula. Piatra Craiului offers you a dramatic limestone ridge which rises sharply from the forests and plains below, offering one of the best ridge walks in Europe. Finally Fagaras mountains, the Transylvanian Alps, highest and most daring mountain range in Romania. Whilst the legends of Transylvania are an enticing reason to visit this region, the walking opportunities and the friendly atmosphere created by locals guarantee this will be a unique and diverse adventure.