The famous beautiful place, named as the “Olon goliin Belchir” which means The Basin of Many rivers. The “Five Rivers” which is the confluence of five rivers: Delgermurun, Bugsei, Ider, and that Chuluut Rivers makes the head of the Selenge Murun / the biggest river of Mongolia/

Selenge river : The Selenge river is a major river in Mongolia and Buryatia, Russia. Carrying 935 cubic meters per second (33,000 cuft/s) of water into Lake Baikal, it comprises more than half of the riverine inflow and forms a wide delta of 680 square when it reaches to the Baikal lake. The river basin has a subarctic climate, with severe winters and warm summers.

Chuluut river: Chuluut river is a river flowing through the valleys of the Khangai Mountains in central Mongolia and after flowing 415 km it forms Selenge by joining Delger river and Ider river.

Bugsei river: The source of Bulnai mountains, it flows for 120 km to join the Delgermurun. About 50 km south of Murun.

Delgermurun river: The Delgermurun and The Ider it is one of the sources of the Selenge River. Its source from the Ulaan taiga Mountain and flows for 445 kilometers to join the Ider river.The Delgermurun is frozen 128-175 days per year.

Ider river: Ider River is a river in the Khuvsgul and Zavkhan aimags in north western Mongolia and is together with Delgermurun river, one of the sources of the Selenge River. The river is frozen 170-180 nights per year.

Do you know the largest river In Mongolia?

The Selenge river is a major river in Mongolia and Buryatia, Russia. It flows into Lake Baikal and has a length of 1,024 kolimeters. It is formed by the confluence of the Ider and Delger rivers. Selenge river flows 591 km to Russian border and freezes from November to April, and snowmelt increases the rivers’s flow during the spring and early summer.
The Selenge River’s starting point is from the our tourist camp site. You can see it and feel the beauty of nature.

Have you ever heard about “Basin of Bugdgeen” (one of the untouched land of Mongolia)

There are many beautiful places alongside of the River basins. For instance, the confluence of Bugdgeen river into the Ider river is located in the rocky place, one of the highest cliffs in Mongolia.
From our camp site 45 km long distance.

Deer stones around us

Deer stones(also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols found largely in Mongolian and Siberia. There are about 700 in the world, 500 of them in Mongolia, 200 in Siberia and only 3 in Europe. The name originated from their carved of flying deer. Deer stones dating to bronze and early Iron age, sacrificial ritual place. Unique monuments are carved illustrations on green stone or granite of flying deer, sun, moon, tools of warriors and lynx.
The ‘Zuna-River’ deer stones are located in nearly to the camp and guests could visit and see them.

Old temple of Bugsei

In the influence of a Buddhist religion In Mongolia, there were many temples before 1940 and 40% of male population was lamas (monks). Due to the political decision most of them have destroyed. The arts Council of Mongolia has documented more than 1,250 monasteries and temples that were destroyed in this way, together with their libraries, art reserves, medical facilities and other treasures. After democratic movement in 1990 all religion reopened. Most of the Buddhist temples has recovered in late of 1990s. Old temple of Bugdgeen is one of them.
Bugsei temple is located in nearly to the camp and guests could visit and see it.


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