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Horse racing is the favorite event of herdsman. Races over a distance of 20 to 30 km, are a test of endurance for the horses and young riders, some as young as six years old. Mongolian Gobi with Naadam Festival Key destination: Naadam festival, Mongolian Gobi desert, Tour length: 6 nights, 7 daysTour description: The program is designed to explore Mongolia’s great gobi landscape and enjoy Mongolian national holiday Naadam festival opening ceremony. Naadam festival is popular with wrestling, archery and horse race. It is a bit tight program. Tour Itinerary 10 July Ulaanbaatar city tour Arrival in Ulaanbaatar. On
live it, love it. Nomadic Life with us! Mongolia is maybe the last truly nomadic country in the world. "Experience Nomad” Expedition Tour length: 16 nights and 17 days. Tour description: The feature of this program is to show the nomadic migration (now only western Mongolian people move for long way by camels) by camels for long way, to introduce western Mongolian life and environment, as well as to pass Mongolia by jeep while visiting western and central destinations including Mongol Altai range, Kazah people, Sand dunes, lakes, Khorgo dormant volcano, Zaya Gegeen museum, Kharakhorum and many more.   Tour
Camels Mongolian nomads breed is the Bactrian camel, a two humped camel able to endure the extremes of cold and hot.   Camel Festival The Mongolian two-humped Bactrian camel is nicknamed the “Gobi Ship” by local people, and inhabits the Gobi dessert area in the southern part of Mongolia. As an inseparable part of the life of Nomadic Mongolians, it has become a tradition in Mongolia to organize a Camel Festival annually in February.
Mongolian traditional clothes are one of the valuable contributions of Mongolia in human history and civilization.   Traditional Clothes of Mongolia  Dell   Dell is the traditional Mongolian clothing and worn for centuries. It is made of various materials such as cotton, silk, cashmere, wool, suede and brocade etc. Dell looks like thick, knee-length togas - burgundy, olive, khaki, violet and marine blue are the most popular colors, with a silk sash cinched around the waist - usually orange, but sometimes yellow, green or blue. They're more functional than beautiful, as befits a rough nomadic people living in such northern
Mongolia is the land of the horse. Enjoy horse riding adventure in Mongolia.   Horse Riding Adventure Tour Key destination: Orkhon Valley cultural heritage, Terkhiin Tsagaan lake NP, Khorgo dormant volcano.Tour length: 13 nights/ 14 days Tour description: Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan lake NP is the biggest travel destination in Mongolia. On the way of travelling to the destination, we visit to many beautiful natural sceneries and historical places. Orkhon valley cultural heritage including many ancient cultural exhibits is also included in this program. Tour Itinerary Day 1 Ulaanbaatar city tour Arrival in Ulaanbaatar. On arrival, you are welcomed by Enjoy Mongolia’s
Sunset over the lake. Sunrise and sunset in Mongolia shows miracle of various colors.   New Year’s First Sunrise tour Mongolians have a tradition that on the first morning of the New Year, very early in the day they climb the nearest sacred hill or mountain, offering dishes and burning juniper and incense sticks to welcome the New Year. This Mongolian tradition is rather similar to the Japanese custom, where people admire the sunrise and predict features of the forthcoming year. For creative personalities it is a rare chance to capture on film fantastic images, with the snowflakes sparkling like
Launch on pristine Mongolian rivers. Gorkhi Terelj Day 1Drive to Gorkhi-Terelj National Park (50 km) and stay in a Mongolian ger. Visit a local nomad family, enjoy tasting national dairy products such as airag (fermented mare’s milk), yoghurt, cheese, curd etc, and learn how to make them. After lunch go camel or horse riding and get close to an eagle. Dinner. Stay overnight in a ger. Day 2Breakfast. Relax. After lunch drive to Turtle Rock and drive back to Ulaanbaatar.
The Mongol Altai Range holds many summits reaching 4000 meters above sea level. Munkhhairkhan is the second highest mountain in Mongol Altai Range. It is not a beaten path for climbers.   Mongol Altai National Parks Tour Tour length: 13 nights and 14 days. Tour description: The feature of this program isto introduce western Mongolian life and environment and introduce khazah people life. We will supported by local 4wd vehicles. It is usually very stable weather patterns this time of the year, with blue skies. However any change to the worse will be dramatic and you should be prepared for
Modern day Mongolia is a true dichotomy as half the people remain in the countryside tending their horses, camels, goats, sheep and cows retaining all the old traditions whilst on the other hand the other half have migrated to the bustling city Ulaanbaatar.   Ulaanbaatar Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, is located in north central Mongolia on the bank of the Tuul River. The pine covered mountains, wide boulevards, squares, parks and ger communities, which surround the capital monastery and cover the slopes north of the city, combine to give the city a spacious, rustic feel. Ulaanbaatar, historically known as
Naadam Festival is held every summer from 11 to 13 of July in Mongolia. It is a traditional display of Mongolian courage, strength, dexterity and marksmanship.   Mongolia Overland with Naadam Festival Key destination: Naadam festival, Mongolian Gobi desert, Orkhon valley cultural landscape, Kharakhorum, Terkhiin Tsagaan lake NP, Khorgo dormant volcano. Tour length: 13 nights, 14 daysTour description: The program is designed to explore Mongolia’s great gobi landscape, Orkhon valley cultural landscape and also beautiful Khangai mountain range and lakes. Enjoy Mongolian national holiday Naadam festival opening ceremony. Naadam festival is popular with wrestling, archery and horse race. It is
Mongolia is the land of the horse. Most of the events held in the countryside include horsemen’ shows.   Horse Riding Adventure Tour Key destination: Orkhon Valley cultural heritage, Terkhiin Tsagaan lake NP, Khorgo dormant volcano.Tour length: 13 nights/ 14 days Tour description: Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan lake NP is the biggest travel destination in Mongolia. On the way of travelling to the destination, we visit to many beautiful natural sceneries and historical places. Orkhon valley cultural heritage including many ancient cultural exhibits is also included in this program. Tour Itinerary Day 1 Ulaanbaatar city tour Arrival in Ulaanbaatar. On arrival, you
XIII century Park Day 1Drive out Ulaanbaatar to Chenggis Khaan’s statue. It is 42 meter high statue which is considered world tallest horseman’s statue. Guests can go to the top of this statue for panoramic view of surrounding environment (50 km). Then, drive to XIII park. There, guests can see how Mongolians lived in reality. Also guests can wear clothes of that time.
Canons and doctrines of the Buddhist philosophy which are dispersed throughout the country deeply impacted Mongolian culture, the intellect of Mongolian people, its traditions and customs, and became the religion of the Mongolian region.     Buddhist Meditation and Ancient Temple Ruins Tour Key destination: Temples and monasteries in Ulaanbaatar, monasteries in central Mongolia.   Tour length: 6 nights and 7 days. Tour description: It is designed for guests who are researchers, pilgrims or Buddhism-interesting guests to visit biggest Buddhist monasteries and Buddhist temple ruins while travelling beautiful nature. Tour Itinerary Day 1 Ulaanbaatar city tour Arrival in Ulaanbaatar. On
Rock painting. The ancient people made this for us.

Mongolian Gobi

The Mongolian Gobi desert is one of the most interesting and mysterious places in the world. It covers almost 30 percent of Mongolian territory. According to scientists, there are 33 different Gobi which are home to wild sheep, wild goat snow leopard, wild ass, antelope, wild camel and goat. The area is often imagined as a lifeless desert like in many other parts of the world. In reality, most of the Gobi Desert is a land of steppes and is the home for camel breeders, rich with wildlife and vegetation. Dinosaur skeletons and their petrified eggs have been preserved here to the present day. The Gobi desert is located 600 km from Ulaanbaatar, in the foothills of the Altai Mountains at an altitude of 1521 metres above sea level. Two areas have been set apart in the reserve. One, spreading over 449 hectares, claims the largest part of the Trans-Altai Gobi, the other, covering 881000 hectares is within the Jungar Gobi.

  

Canyon of Yoliin Am (Eagle Mouth)

A natural wonder of the Gurvan Saikhan mountain range is the Canyon of Yoliin Am. It has been protected since 1965. It is a narrow canyon in the Zuun Saikhan through which a small river runs. Its peak is 2815 meters high. You can always see thick ice throughout the year in the canyon. Standing over the ice cover you can hear streams of water rushing under your feet. Eagles fly over the canyon and rare animals such us wild sheep and ibex can be seen grazing on the slopes.

   

Khongor sand dune

These are the largest sand dunes in Mongolia, measuring 800 m high, 20 km wide and 100 km long. Alongside the sand dunes is an oasis through which the Khongoriin River flows. The Local people call the Khongoriin els the “Singing dunes” because the tons of sand shifting in the wind create a sound like a distant aircraft. This dramatic scenery is a contrast of the many colors of nature: the white sand dunes, the high green grass, the red-blue mountains, and the eternal blue sky.

 

Bayanzag

Bayanzag, also known as the “Cemetery of Dinosaurs” is a picturesque saxaul forest that is internationally famous for its dinosaur remains. Dinosaurs inhabited Bayan zag 70 million years ago. You can also experience how the strong wind have sculpted areas of Bayanzag.

 

Khamar Monastery

Khamar Monastery has always been referred to as the energy center of Mongolia where locals believe that there is a living god. The image of the god is sewn into a carpet decorating the main hail of the monastery. The original monastery was built in 1821 by Danzanravjaa and destroyed during the religious purges. The surrounding landscape has caves for meditation where Danzanravjaa retreated with his students.

 

Ongi Monastery

Ongiin Khiid is the only monastery that survived the Stalinist purges out of nine by turning into a warehouse and shop reopened in 1990 and visited by current Daiai Lama in 1992. The monastery built to commemorate the first ever visit of Daiai Lama to Mongolia once was used by 500 lamas.

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