Battulga Tumurdash is a founder & president of Look Mongolia Travel Group. He has grown from guiding to the top management of the largest travel company in Mongolia before he started own business. Battulga has carried out extensive research on sustainable development of tourism industry in Mongolia either studying for his master’s degree for tourism management in Bournemouth University, UK or working as tourism professional. Except from managing the company he is involved in tour planning and operations. Battulga is also involved in overall development of tourism industry of Mongolia, as he is the founder and President of the Tourism Development Institute of Mongolia. He has a great love to eco-based adventurous travel and is committed to conserving the environment intact.
Zaya is sales manager and tour designer of the company. She is graduated Gazarchin University in 2005 and holds bachelor degree of tourism management and marketing. Since her student days she worked as a tour guide and achieved fabulous travel experience and knowledge about the country. Based on her experience she develops new travel itineraries and tour products. Zaya is always welcome to design tours for you or advice and help you for plan unforgettable journeys with Steppe Nomad Travel and Tours.
Sarana is our tour operation manager. In 2005-2007 she studied KDU College as Business studies in Malaysia. She is responsible for the hotel, camp, train ticket, air ticket reservations and other local bookings and contracts with them. She keeps in close contact with the tour guides and also makes sure the tours are arranged in order. She has been studying as Chinese Interpreter at Peace University.
Selenge is an important person for the overall operation of our company. She is a chief accountant of Look Mongolia Company and makes sure the books are in line and the financial side of the company is rolling over.
Haraa is a major person in operating all our expeditions. He is the main fix-it man in our major expeditions. Haraa is responsible for arranging all expedition vehicles and preparing necessary travel gears.