Pallas Cat denning safari in Mongolia
10 days from £3850*
This is a specialist photography tour focused on spending multiple days in a purposely constructed hide located next to the den of a family of Pallas cat. As you would expect when you are trying to photograph one of the worlds rarest cats, you can expect long days in the field and the need for patience and silence to ensure we obtain the best possible results. We also include visits to Gun Galuut Nature Reserve for Argali Wild Mountain Sheep and Hustai for Wild Horses.
This is a Small Group Tour
Arrive into the Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, where you will be met and transferred to a goof quality city hotel.
After breakfast we will be transferred around 550km to East Mongolia, where our base camp is situated for the observation of the Pallas cat and hopefully their young. Overnight in a private Ger Camp
Four full days observing and photographing the Manuel kittens from the tented hide.
Drive to Gun Galuut Nature Reserve to observe Argali Wild Sheep and Siberian Cranes. Overnight in a private Ger Camp
Morning of July 26 we drive 100km east of Ulaabaatar to the famous Hustai national park. Which was the first site for the re-introduction of Przewalski’s wild horses. We spend the next 2 days photographing them.
Final morning for photography before driving back to Ulaanbaatar to connect with international flight departures
Cost £3850 per person (based on two people sharing) and a maximum group size of 6 people.
The tour will be led by an expert local English speaking guide, with years of tracking experience of rare cats; such as Pallas and Snow Leopards.
International flights are not included.
All meals are included at the Private Ger Camps and just breakfast in the capital.
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* Based on 2 persons and not including flights