My name is Batchuluun Oyundelger
My first experience in Central Mongolia was in 2010, where I joined the international archaeological expedition in the Khanui valley. This location is a cultural site of Uvurkhangai aimag where we can find deer stones. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar. Several years later, I was awarded a Master’s degree in Archaeology from the National University of Mongolia.
I immediately fell in love with archaeology, my Mongolian culture, pastoralism, khorkhog (meat cooking with ball stone), and the traditional nomadic Mongolian dairy products and meals.
In 2018 I worked in Washington DC, USA, As I traveled in DC to many cultural monuments and statues, as well as the Smithsonian Museums, I understood the reasons why tourists visit these areas. I met some Chinese travelers and they were talking about DC’s wonderful natural resources and cultural sights. This is one of the many examples why tourists travel.
I returned to my homeland and began to improve my English to start my own tour guide company.
The first time I organized a tour in Western Mongolia was for my Inner-Mongolian friend who came to my country and fell in love with Mongolian history and natural beauty.
My favorite tour in Western Mongolia and the limitless steppe of Inner Asia is trekking through rich historical places in the highest Altai Mountains. It clears the mind and the fresh air and fresh waters are good for the body. The beautiful expansive Mongolian steppes have adapted to a more modern semi-nomadic lifestyle, but it’s still worth seeing. The breathtaking views, authentic Mongolian villages and friendly locals will be eager to greet you.