The Mongolian Government declared Hustai National Park as a Specially Protected Area in 1993, one year after the initiation of the reintroduction project of the Takhi to the Hustain Nuruu. The Hustai NP extends through the Khentii Mountains
Karakorum city, which once served as the capital of Mongolian Empire and an essential station of the Silk Road, has much more to share than its current physical appearance. Mongolian largest and the historically most significant religious and cultural center
The park has many rock formations for rock climbers, and includes two famous formations named for things they resemble: Turtle Rock and the Old Man Reading a Book Praying Lama Rock.
Mongolia has many beautiful National Parks and most of them located around the capital city Ulaanbaatar. Terelj National Park is located 80km to the east from Ulaanbaatar, Hustai National Park is located 100 km to the west of Ulaanbaatar
Way to free your mind and soul may lie within this endless steppe, joining the Earth and the eternal blue sky. The eastern part of Mongolia is the place where you can experience the most beautiful sunset and sunrise which makes it unique for both local and foreign travellers.
This tour includes major travel routes in the Southern Gobi desert, the Flaming cliffs at Bayanzag site following the trails of 1920’s American explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, Khongor Els sand dunes – the largest sand dunes in Mongolia
Known as The Dark Blue Pearl, Lake Khuvsgul is Mongolia’s largest and deepest lake. Located in the northern province, it is the largest tributary stream of Lake Baikal in Russia. Lake Khuvsgul is 136 km long,36 km wide,
Mongolia, the ancient realm of Genghis Khan, has emerged from the shadow of Communism and is now open to the world. Meet one of the last nomadic cultures on earth, where a traditional way of life endures as it did a millennium ago.
This adventure takes you off the beaten path to beautiful Khuvsgul Lake, located in Mongolia’s northern region near the Russian border on the foothills of the Sayan Mountains. It is the largest freshwater lake by volume in Mongolia, making up about 70% of all of Mongolia’s fresh water.
Ulaanbaatar, formerly anglicises as literally Red Hero, is the capital and largest city of Mongolia. The city is not part of any aimag (province), and its population as of 2014 was over 1.3 million, almost half of the country’s population.
The Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area is located in the Khentii Mountains, and includes the sacred Burkhan Khaldun mountain. This is considered to be the birthplace of Genghis Khan, as well as one of the rumored locations of his tomb.
Mongolian countryside is very safe and peaceful place for traveling and relaxing, and nomads are very hospitable. Therefore, during the home stay trip travelers will have nice chances to feel free and to experience the nomads’ lifestyle,
This short excursion to the ancient capital of Karakorum will give you a new perspective on the nature of the Mongol Empire. Not much remains today of Karakorum, as it was destroyed by clan infighting and it’s materials were used to build the Erdene Zuu Monastery.