SOUTHERN MONGOLIA

BAGA GAZRIIN CHULUU

Baga Gazriin Chuluu is a granite rock formations rises up from a midlle of dusty plains at the height of 1768 metres. Rock carvings made by two revered lamas who lived in the 19th century are worshipped by the locals and other pilgrims from other parts of the country. A cave with an underground lake is nestled in the heart of the mountain.

TSAGAAN SUVARGA

Tsagaan Suvarga is name of white limestone rock and its height is about 30m tall and shaped strangely because of wind and water erosion. According to research, in 2000, there was a symbol carved on a rock found which possibly from back 5,000 years of the Bronze Age.

YOLIIN AM

Yoliin Am is beautiful narrow canyon of vulture. There are many an exotic view of the desert with boundless view of horizons, rare species of mammals and plants. Also, the Yoliin Am is well known as Eagle valley that located in Three Beauties of Gobi (Gobi Gurvan Saikhan) national park.

KHONGOR SAND DUNES

Khongor Sand Dunes make soft melodic sound, has extraordinary length of 100km, 15-20km wide, and height about 200m. So, it is named the sound of the Singing Dune that is produced by the masses of moving sand and can be heard from a far.

BAYANZAG – FLAMING CLIFFS

Bayanzag – Flaming Cliffs is an important site for both archeological and paleontological findings. Complete dinosaur skeletons and eggs are excavated from red cliffs which look like a fire.  The fossil eggs’ width sizes 10-15cm were found in Bayanzag at first time in the world.

ONGI TEMPLE RUIN

Ongi Temple Ruin was built in 18th century, and it was the main religious center of South Mongolia. The lamas (monks) were practicing Buddhist philosophy, astrology and medicine. However, after people’s revolution in 1921, the temples were destroyed and the lamas were murdered.