Huvsgul Lake is Mongolia’s largest and deepest pure water lake which is located in the Huvsgul province, it is the largest tributary stream of Baikal Lake of Russia. 96 rivers and streams flow out of Huvsgul Lake, among them the Egiin River, which then joins the Selenge River along its eventual path to Lake Baikal. Lake Huvsgul is 136 km long, 36 km wide, 262 meters deep and is located at an altitude of 1645 m above sea level. It is the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia, and holds almost 70 % of Mongolia’s fresh water and 0.4 % of all the fresh water in the world. The town Hatgal is at the southern end of the lake. Most of the tourists travel in Northern and Central regions of Mongolia and enjoy activities such as riding a horse and camel, boating, relaxing at the outdoor hot spa, and hiking in sand dunes. This trip included the Natural wonders of Mongolia: high mountains, steppes, lakes, rivers, and sand dunes. Addition to that you will visit Mongolian nomadic family and acknowledge how they live and experience Buddhist cultures among nomads and visit most important Buddhist Monasteries in Mongolia.