Timeless slice of western Mongolia is definitely the most beautiful part of the country with its glacier- wrapped mountains, shimmering salt lakes and many ethnic groups inhabit. This sprawling, remote and well-preserved region is home to wild animals such as the globally endangered snow-leopard, argali, ibex and wolves and its housed a patchwork of people including ethnic Kazakhs, Durvuds, Tuvas, Urianhais and Myangads etc. This region has for centuries been coexist both nature and cultural with Mongolian Kazakhs who are still practiced eagle hunting.


The location of Uvs lake is in northwest of the country and its largest lake of Mongolia (3,350sq.km), shallow (10-20m depth) and very saline lake which bounded on all sides by mountain. The site is made up of twelve protected areas representing major biomes of eastern Eurasia with 600 km east to west and 120km north to south. In all, the lake basin displays a range of hydrological characteristics and surrounding boast an extraordinary landscape diversity ranging from cold desert to desert 

Hyargas nuur- an attractive summer home for birds is located in the south of Uvs province at the altitude of 1025m above sea level within its size of 74km long, 31km wide and 40-50m depth. It is a salty lake, in contrast with the fresh water Airag lake in the south. Ecosystem of this area has been preserved by the authorities as a National Park. Surrounding beauties consist of some cold-springs on the north-west also, there are beautiful marble rocks on the south of lake.

The location of Khar Us lake is 40km to the east of Khovd city and, it covers an area of 15,800sq km with an average depth of only 4m. Khovd river flows into this lake to create the second largest freshwater lake. A giant marsh delta is the perfect habitat for wild duck, geese, partridge and rare sea birds. Lake area is one of the most internationally important wetland sites which registered as a Ramsar site (wetland of international significant) in 1999 and, it declared as National Park in 1997 on the recommendation of WWF. 


The ancient lake is a naturally diverse and distinct landscape unit surrounded by sand dunes of Bor Khyar that literally dive into lake and high mountain ranges. To the north, Tudevtei mountains, to the east are Burkhantolgoi and Burgast, to the southwest the Tovkhosh constitute natural boundaries. Due to as Strictly Protected Area since 2010, all components and zoning were selected considering biodiversity at the all level. The turquoise- blue water lake stretches 30km long and 5-10km wide and its 48m deep at the altitude of 1980meters above sea level. 


Altai Tavan Bogd is located far west of the country where Mongolia meets with Russia and China and, National Park extends 662 square kilometers with towering peaks of 4374m above sea level and Potanin glacier which was formed 2 million years ago with covering 23 square kilometers, plus 34 other smaller glaciers. The beautiful scenery of Tavan Bogd (five highest peaks) mountains make premier attraction in the west and, many archeological sites which form the petroglyph complexes, standing stones and burial mounds are registered in UNESCO as the World Heritage Site. 


The sacred, snow-capped Tsambagarav mountain is a stand alone on the border of Bayan-ulgii and Hovd aimag within area of 110960 hectares. Tsambagarav (4208m.a.s.l) is a part of Altai mountain ranges with many glaciers, rocky gorges, glacial lakes and 7m waterfall. In this national park, outstanding wildlife habitats can be found including endangered