The northern part of Mongolia is the most visited one, it’s home to the Blue- pearl of Khsuvsgul lake and view- unique of Khordil Sardis mountains which were formed by the Earth’s crust fracturing and moving, and some of which rise more than 3490m (Munkh Saridag). Climate is much changeable because of surrounding territory and, cold winter dominates in the area. Winter air temperatures average -25C, and summer temperatures average +20C. The protection of natural resources in this part began with the establishment of National Park in 1992. An outstanding variety of endemic flora and fauna which is rich and various such as land-based species include marmot, wild sheep, ibex, red and roe deer, brown bear, Siberian moose, sable, wolf and fox. Unique fishes to the lakes are omul salmon, graying, sturgeon, burbot and lenok. There are more than 244 bird species in the Huvsgul area include eagles, kites, swans, cranes and wide variety of Anseriformes. There are dozens of tree species, including Siberian larch, cedar, pine, fir, birch and spruce. This remarkable Northern Mongolia is a one of Mongolian’s holy place where people through over the centuries prayed to the lake and mountains believed in its power, also it’s a home for Mongolian Shaman.