Stress Reduced Search for Ghost of the Altai MountainsTop Mammals:
Mongolian Marmot, Brandt’s Vole, Corsac Fox, Grey Wolf, Pallas’s Cat, Snow Leopard, Goitered Gazelle, Mongolian Gazelle, Siberian Ibex, Argali, and more.
The beautiful big cat called the snow leopard, with smoky gray fur dotted by black spots and rosettes, have an uncanny ability to disappear among the rocks and rugged slopes it inhabits if one has a chance to glimpse the cat at all. Living in patches of suitable habitat among the Earth’s most remote and challenging regions the mountains of Central and South Asia snow leopards have likely always been rare, and rarely seen.
The Mongolian snow leopard (Panthera uncia) population is 2nd largest in the world and has an about 1000 individuals, is distributed in Mongolian Altai, Gobi Altai, Khangai, Khuvsgul mountain ranges. The total area occupied by snow leopards in Mongolia is approximately 103000 sq.km.
Mongolian Marmot, Brandt’s Vole, Corsac Fox, Grey Wolf, Pallas’s Cat, Snow Leopard, Goitered Gazelle, Mongolian Gazelle, Siberian Ibex, Argali are main targets for this 10 days tour.
We organize tailor-made trips based on our client's desires. 7, 10 & 14 days SNOW LEOPARD watching trips are available!
Please contact us for details on what extensions either pre or post trips are available for this tour.
We would love to share this Unforgettable Holiday with you!If you’re planning to visit Mongolia, what mammals can you expect to see?
Today mammal watchers openly share sightings and trip reports; it’s possible to see the elusive Snow Leopard on a week trip to Mongolia.
This trip Cheaper and Easier than Ladakh!
Long-eared Jerboa, Corsac Fox, Marbled and Steppe Polecat, Pallas’s Cat, Snow Leopard, Przewalski’s Horse, Mongolian gazelle, and Mongolian Saiga is primary target species for this tour!