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  • Mongolija. Kelionės, vizos, transportas, keliai, valiuta, maistas
    Dažnai turguje ir parduotuvėse galima atsiskaityti doleriais bet geriau tugrikais Turguje reikia derėtis dėl kainų dažnai nusleis net iki 30 kainos Kreditines korteles VISA ir Mastercard priima aimagų sostinių bankai bet kartais būna sutrikimai dėl ryšio Arbatpinigiai pagal norą duoti įprastai nedideli Bankai įprastai dirba nuo 9 00 iki 17 00 parduotuvių darbo laikas labai įvairus bet daug dirba ir vėlai vakare KELIAI Pagal statistiką Mongolijoje yra apie 75 000 km kelių bet dauguma jų gruntiniai kiekviena kryptimi pustuzinis išvažinėtų vėžių kaip išsireiškė vienas rusų visureigininkas kelių statyba užsiima visa tauta t y visi važiuoja kur nori dalis jų veda prie jurtos girdyklos ar į gyvenvietę dar nepersikėlusią į kitą vietą kai kurie veda niekur Ir be vietinio locmano orientuotis gana sunku Vietiniai dažniausiai gali parodyti tik kryptį kur veda tie keliai niekam neįdomu Vietiniai vairuotojai kelius atpažįsta pagal tik jiems žinomus ženklus Kelių rodyklės sutinkamos labai retai dažniausiai tik prie didesnių miestelių kelių priežiūra prieštvaninės būklės Žemėlapis dažniau dezinformacijos negu informacijos šaltinis Kalnų upė nunešė tiltą kurio niekas neatstatinėja atsirado nauji keliai stepėje į brastas per upę Asfaltuotas kelias prasideda nuo Erdene 72 į rytus nuo Ulanbatoro taip pat asfaltuotas kelias į pirmają Čingischano sostinę Charchoriną ir tęsiasi 300 km iki aimago centro Arvaicheero Dirvos Mongolijoje akmenuotos kalnuose kelių danga iš stambaus žvyro ir smulkių riedulių dykumose iš stambaus smėlio ir smulkaus žvyro Pagrindiniai keliai ne visada būna geresni už ne tokius svarbius daugelyje jų tame tarpe ir asfaltuotuose atsiranda atkarpos išmaltos sunkvežimių skalbimo lentos Duobės kelyje ar stambūs rieduliai ant jo jokia retenybė LAIKAS GMT 8 5 skirtumas su laiku Lietuvoje Į sezoninį laiką Mongolijoje pereinama tuo pačiu metu kaip ir Lietuvoje KLIMATAS Vasaros sezonas vid paros temperatūra virš 10 C Mongolijos Altajaus kalnuose trunka nuo gegužės 20 iki rugpjūčio pabaigos 85 90 parų Didžiųjų Ežerų įduboje ir

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  • Mongolija. Kelionės, vizos, transportas, keliai, valiuta, maistas
    Dažnai turguje ir parduotuvėse galima atsiskaityti doleriais bet geriau tugrikais Turguje reikia derėtis dėl kainų dažnai nusleis net iki 30 kainos Kreditines korteles VISA ir Mastercard priima aimagų sostinių bankai bet kartais būna sutrikimai dėl ryšio Arbatpinigiai pagal norą duoti įprastai nedideli Bankai įprastai dirba nuo 9 00 iki 17 00 parduotuvių darbo laikas labai įvairus bet daug dirba ir vėlai vakare KELIAI Pagal statistiką Mongolijoje yra apie 75 000 km kelių bet dauguma jų gruntiniai kiekviena kryptimi pustuzinis išvažinėtų vėžių kaip išsireiškė vienas rusų visureigininkas kelių statyba užsiima visa tauta t y visi važiuoja kur nori dalis jų veda prie jurtos girdyklos ar į gyvenvietę dar nepersikėlusią į kitą vietą kai kurie veda niekur Ir be vietinio locmano orientuotis gana sunku Vietiniai dažniausiai gali parodyti tik kryptį kur veda tie keliai niekam neįdomu Vietiniai vairuotojai kelius atpažįsta pagal tik jiems žinomus ženklus Kelių rodyklės sutinkamos labai retai dažniausiai tik prie didesnių miestelių kelių priežiūra prieštvaninės būklės Žemėlapis dažniau dezinformacijos negu informacijos šaltinis Kalnų upė nunešė tiltą kurio niekas neatstatinėja atsirado nauji keliai stepėje į brastas per upę Asfaltuotas kelias prasideda nuo Erdene 72 į rytus nuo Ulanbatoro taip pat asfaltuotas kelias į pirmają Čingischano sostinę Charchoriną ir tęsiasi 300 km iki aimago centro Arvaicheero Dirvos Mongolijoje akmenuotos kalnuose kelių danga iš stambaus žvyro ir smulkių riedulių dykumose iš stambaus smėlio ir smulkaus žvyro Pagrindiniai keliai ne visada būna geresni už ne tokius svarbius daugelyje jų tame tarpe ir asfaltuotuose atsiranda atkarpos išmaltos sunkvežimių skalbimo lentos Duobės kelyje ar stambūs rieduliai ant jo jokia retenybė LAIKAS GMT 8 5 skirtumas su laiku Lietuvoje Į sezoninį laiką Mongolijoje pereinama tuo pačiu metu kaip ir Lietuvoje KLIMATAS Vasaros sezonas vid paros temperatūra virš 10 C Mongolijos Altajaus kalnuose trunka nuo gegužės 20 iki rugpjūčio pabaigos 85 90 parų Didžiųjų Ežerų įduboje ir

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  • Information, tips and facts about the Mongolian Altai, Mongolia
    be paid in dollars but better in tugriks In markets you need to negotiate on the price often the price can drop by up to 30 percent of the initial price It depends on you negotiate skilss Credit cards VISA and MasterCard accepts the banks in aimag capitals towns but sometimes there can be problems with the connections In countryside the currency exchange is very difficult or impossible Tips to give by your desire usually minor The banks are generally open from 9 00 to 17 00 shops opening hours vary greatly but a lot of work even in late evening ROADS According to statistics in Mongolia is about 75 000 km of roads but most of their is not paved ground roads in each direction by half a dozen tracks as a sarcastic said one traveler in road construction is engaged entire nation i e all drives where they wants Some of roads leads to the gers or in a place where stood the gers some leading nowhere Without a local guide to orient in numerous tracks pretty hard Locals usually can only show the direction where the roads leads is not interested to anybody Locals drivers recognizes the roads by only to them known signs The road signs are found very rarely usually only in the larger towns The maintenance of roads is very bad Maps is more disinformation than information source A mountain river carried away the bridge which no one restoring the locals drivers builds new tracks to wade through the river A paved road from Ulaanbaatar to Erdene 72 km east of Ulaanbaatar as well as here is a paved road to the first capital of Genghis Khan Kharkhorin town and extends 300 km from the aimag center Arvaikheero On tracks in mountains is large gravel stones even small boulders in deserts paved by coarse sand and fine gravel The main roads are not always better than less important many of them including paved has a holes and washboards Road pits or large boulders on it is no rarity LOCAL TIME The central and eastern portions of Mongolia observe UTC 8 year round This includes Ulaanbaatar The western portions of Mongolia observe UTC 7 year round This includes the Provinces or Aimags of Khovd and Bayan Olgii CLIMATE The best Mongolia travel season starts in May and hits its highest peak in July and in August when the weather is most favorable for traveling Mongolia have 250 260 sunny days throughout the year so you will need good UV protection Summer average daily temperature above 10 C in the Mongolian Altai mountains lasts from end of May until the end of August 85 90 days in the Great Lakes Depression and in the Gobi Altai lasts from the end of April to the end of September 150 days Autumn average daily temperature from 10 C till 5 C in the Mongolian Altai mountains lasts from late August to late October 75 days in the Great

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  • Информация о сплавных реках Монгольского Алтая. Общие сведения
    бывает в первой половине лета зимой осенью и в начале весны уровень воды в реках очень низкий Водность рек зависит от количества ледников и гор покрытых снегом в их басеине Реки которые питаются от ледников довольно полноводные летом их модуль стока достигает 8 л кв км зимой падает даже до 0 2 л кв км Летом по рекам стекает около 74 осенью 13 зимой 3 весной 10 всего годового стока

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  • The rivers of Mongolian Altai, Western Mongolia. Rafting, canoeing.
    rivers Information The largest Mongolian Altai mountains rivers the Hovd Gol and its tributaries the Tsagan Gol the Sogoog Gol the Buyant Gol the Shiveriin Gol and the Bulgan Gol belongs to Central Asian endorheic Lakes basin The rivers mainly is fed by melting snow and glaciers as well as rain The highest water levels are in the first half of the summer in autumn winter and early spring the rivers is very abates The rivers watery heavily dependent on the high mountains covered with eternal snow are in their basins These rivers are quite watery their summer runoff is 8 liters per second from sq km in winter runoff falls to 0 2 liters per second from sq km Other rivers are a little watery In summer the rivers average draining 74 in autumn 13 in the winter 3 in the spring 10 of the annual runoff volume This section provides a short descriptions of the rivers as well the detailed guides of some rivers From the Mongolian Altai rivers not described here for rafters and kayakers should be interesting the river Tsagan Us Ak Su Ag Su inflows into the lake Khoton Nuur of grade WW 3 4

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  • The lakes of Western Mongolia and the Altai. Information
    river Chono Kharaikh Gol to the lake Dalai Nuur The lake is home to a lot of wild birds fishes mongoliškas grayling and osman Near the lake is village Dorgon In Avgash peninsula is the Paleolithic era Petroglyphs on the rock Tsakhiuur depicts deer ibex rams and people shooting from the arc Near the lake is an ancient irrigation channel built 1400 years ago in Turkic khaganate times also along the western shore of the Khar Us Nuur is so called Genghis Khan s wall runs THE LAKE KHYARGAS NUUR Mongolian Хяргас нуур located in Khyargas district Uvs Province Area of the lake 1360 sq km length 80 km average width 20 km maximal width 31 km average depth 47 m maximal depth 80 m volume 56 km³ area of basin 115 500 sq km salt concentration in the water is 7 23 grams per liter surface elevation 1029 m The lake is salty endorheic Into the lake inflows the river Zavkhan from the lake Airag Nuur According to Mongolian legends at wanderings time from Khakassia Minusinsk Valley to the Tian Shan mountains in valley of the lake lived Kyrgyz tribes In lake districts are found a lot of Kyrgyz build deer stones The lake Khyargas Nuur actively wandering Tectonic shifts during an incomplete decade shifted the lake approx 20 kilometers to the west The lake Khar Us Nuur The lake Khar Nuur The lake Achit Nuur THE LAKE KHAR NUUR Mongolian Хар нуур lit Black lake Area of the lake 575 sq km length 37 km average width 16 km maximal width 24 km average depth 4 6 m maximal depth 7 m volume 1 42 km³ area of basin 72 000 sq km salt concentration in the water is 0 39 grams per liter surface elevation 1132 m From the lake Dalai Nuur inflows the river Chono Kharaikhyn Gol The Wolf God River otflows the river Teeliin Gol to the river Dzabchan Gol The lake is part of a group of lakes that were once part of a larger prehistoric lake that disappeared 5 000 years ago as the region became drier On the right side of the lake lies large Gobi Altai sands THE DORGON NUUR Mongolian Дөргөн нуур The saltwater lake in Khovd aimag Area of the lake 305 sq km length 24 km average width 13 km maximal width 17 km average depth 14 m maximal depth 27 m volume 4 37 km³ salt concentration in the water is 4 00 grams per liter surface elevation 1132 m Conects with the Lake Khar Nuur by Khomyn Canal THE LAKE ACHIT NUUR Mongolian Ачит Нуур The largest freshwater lake in Mongolia The lake located near Russian Mongolian border The shores is covered with steppes mostly hilly but swampy on the northwest and northeast Area of the lake 290 sq km length 24 km average width 12 km maximal width 18 km average depth 2 m maximal depth 5 m volume 0 67 km³ area of basin

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  • The mountains of Western Mongolia. Climbing. Trekking.
    mountain range Tsambagarav Ula mighty mountain range the branch ridge of the Main Mongolian Altai range The higest peaks is the Tsast Ula 4206 m height and Tsambagarav 4149 m height At the foot of the mountains range flows the river Kobdo Gol here is nice sightseeing from the top to the river and situated near the big lake Khar Us Nuur At the foot of the Tsambagarav Ula lives mongolians olets descendants of once abundant djungarian tribals According olets legend Once a time the man named Tsamba climbed on the peak and disapered Now people calls this mountain Tsambagarav that means Tsamba leave arise THE KHARKHIRAA ULA THE TURGENII NURU side mountains ranges situated in Uvs aimag far away to the east from the Main Mongolain Altai range The highest peaks is The Khaarkhira Ula 4037 m height and the Turgen Ula 3965 m height Amount of precipitations even at 4000 m height is small glaciers are open not very big cracks uncommon The glaciers feeds the rivers the Shiver Gol the Orlogyn Gol the Kharkhiraa Gol the Turgen Gol and the Jamatyn Gol The mountains ranges situated in Uvs reserve The mountain Tsast The peak Turgen The Kharchira mountain range THE ALTAN KHUKHIIN NURU the mountains range in south of Uvs aimag at lower reaches of the river Kobdo Gol The highest peak the Altan KhuKhiin Ula 3350 m heights Rarely visited THE KHUH SERKH TIIN NURU the mountains range on the border Bayan Ulgii and Hovd aimags The Khuh Serkh Tiin Nuru connects the main Altai Mountain range to range Cambagarav Highest peaks the Takhilt 4019 m height and the Burgediin Ula 3775 m height Eternal snow line at about 3700 m height Ridge from the west and south is surrounded by the Buyant Gol river Here

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  • Deserts of Mongolia. The Gobi desert. Information. Treking. Exploring
    gigantic tapes extends a mountain ranges It is the Gobi The Gobi occupies the entire southern part of Mongolia as well as a significant area of China On the maps it is still marked as desert although it is not the whole correct First af all the precipitations in the Gobi falls not so little 200 300 milimeters per year almost one and a half to two times more than in the classics deserts Arisen to 900 2000 meters the Gobi also has cold winters Second the name Gobi includes several completely different climate vegetation and soil regions Mongolians do not consider the Gobi as single territory there are even 33 different areas Salt marsh Beatific Yellow and other areas A large plains of the Gobi overgrown by saxaul changes mountains ridges there is almost no area is covered with sand Sand dunes occupy only 3 of the territory of the Gobi and clayey and stony desert Gamad occupy large areas A large parts of the Gobi consists a steppe valleys rocky mountains stony or clay gamad s wide depressions with a few oases salt pans and takirs Despite the dry climate in the desert yuo can find clean water rich wildlife world The Gobi desert Clay gamad Sand dunes in the Gobi desert The Gobi desert Clay gamad The climate of the Gobi is one of great extremes combined with rapid changes of temperature of as much as 35 C These can occur not only seasonally but within 24 hours The Gobi is a cold desert In winter frost and occasionally snow occurring Being quite far north it is located on a plateau 900 1500 metres above sea level which contributes to its low temperatures The temperatures can drop to 45 C in winter and rise up to 50

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