They live in hovels covered with material or creature skins even in the virus winter. The distance of the Taiga backwoods makes their life altogether subject to nature. They know well how to involve spices and plants for suppers and therapeutic purposes. Just as, most renowned Shamans are among them. The reindeer family we visit today is a portrayal of the reindeer individuals moved from the profundities of Taiga close to the lake. Subsequent to visiting the reindeer individuals, 2-3 hours horseback riding. In the early Mongolia tours evening, drive to the Naadam field to see the end service of the celebration, Naadam advocate, and prize granting. Convenience: Ger camp Suppers: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Neighborhood Naadam Festival visit Day 7: See deer stones and Ulziit Khishig camp En route, we investigate old deer stones spread broadly all through Central Asia. Exactly 600 deer stones have been found in Central Asia, 500 of them found in the region of Mongolia. Deer stones are the principal landmarks of people; the soonest of them have a place with the thirteenth to the ninth century BC, while the greater part of them date to the Bronze Age. On reestablished, standing stones, pictures including the sun, the moon, belts, blades, and bouncing deer were cut fabulously. The excursion proceeds through the mountain valleys on harsh streets and has a short-term at a ger camp close to Shine Ider. Convenience: Ger camp Suppers: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Reindeer close to Khuvsgul Lake Day 8: Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan National Park The Khorgo Terkhiin Tsagaan National Park was set up to ensure the fantastic mountain view and jeopardized types of its greenery and fauna. There are a few wiped out volcanoes inside the National Park region. The most marvelous and most . Amazingly excellent, the reasonable water lake Terkhiin Tsagaan (known as Great White Lake) framed later magma streams from the volcanoes impeded the north and south water access from the Terkh River. The lake is prestigious for its fish and birdlife, including the Ruddy Shellduck and Great Cormorant. Uncommon types of blossoms and pine trees fill in the dark volcanic soil, and old magma streams streak out across the knolls which are home to high untamed life. In the early evening, we climb the Khorgo Volcano, presently wiped out for almost 8000 years. Its encompassing region has a few caverns and hideaways, which is the reason the spring of gushing lava was named "Khorgo", which means cover.