The framework on which we build our tours — accommodation, transport and cuisine. We started with transport. The route was the following:
Irkutsk City — ethnographic museum Taltsy — Listvyanka Village — Baikalsk City — Mount Mamai — Enkhaluk Village — Ulan-Ude City — Ivolginsky Datsan — Kyakhta City — Ulaanbaatar City.
We took two cars Toyota Land Cruiser for driving on the roads. If on the territory of the Irkutsk region and Buryatia there are good asphalted roads, then in Mongolia there are only pits and sand. We can not get to the Mountain Mamai by jeeps — there are steep climbs, many stones, deep track and fords. We prepared two SUVs Nissan Safari with reinforced suspension, mud tires and snorkels. To cross the Baikal quickly we used the high-speed yacht Prestige 46 and we used an airboat to climb on the river to Sable Lakes.
The rooms were booked in three hotels: Sayen in Irkutsk, Beliy Sobol, in Baikalsk and Terem Club in the Village of Enkhaluk. In case of bad weather, we rented a cottage on Mamai Mountain. On the territory of Mongolia, the group placed with relatives.
Due to the lack of good restaurants along the route and the desire of guests to try Siberian cuisine, we had developed an individual menu. We took the chefs and planned logistics delivery of products.