Mongolia Travel Experience

Mongolia Travel Experience

Mongolia Travel Experience

Mongolia is an amazing country to travel around in, due to its fantastic landscapes and total otherworldliness. Here we proudly mention that Mongolia is an amazing place to visit, with a ton of different activities that are sure to give you a unique travel itinerary.

Stay in a ger

Mongolian gers, are the traditional nomadic style of housing in the country—but plenty of people still live in them today. Staying in a ger during your stay is definitely an experience that you won’t want to miss out on. 4.png


The average elevation of Mongolia is above 1580 meters. Mother nature gives Mongolia an endless wide steppe and pure blue sky which makes clean and transparent night for the stargazers. If you’re just starting to think about why you should travel Mongolia, or you're looking for reasons to travel Mongolia, then stargazing that make you feel like on Mars must be one of the main reasons. Mongolia has become quite trendy for people who travel to best stargazing destination with natural wilderness. This trend as Astro-tourism, people who choose Mongolia as night sky photography and stargazing destination has been increasing for last years. 2.png

Ride camel in the Gobi desert

Gobi Desert is one part of Mongolia that’s not to be missed if you’re going to be getting out into the countryside. It will take you a little while to get to… But it’s well worth the trip: there’s nothing in the world that’s quite like these vast expanses of no-man’s land. You must visit three of the main attractions of the Gobi, including the flaming cliffs of Bayanzag and dunes as far as the eye can see in Khongoriin Els, although there are plenty of other places to explore as well. 1.png

Go horseback riding in Mongolia

Mongolians are famous for their horses, and riding horses across the expansive, unoccupied Mongolian countryside is a real treat. If you are planning to go on horseback riding tour in Mongolia, you should look through this practical information about Mongolian horses and horsemanship. You can feel and experience the deep connection between Humans and Horses in Mongolia while you are on the trip. Mongolian horses tend to be small but they are strong, fast and flexible and well known as the good companion of the Mongol warriors during the Chinggis Khan’s conquests in the 13th century. Horses are worshipped and respected by steppe nomads as its spiritual power. 5.png

Naadam festival

Naadam Festival is the most famous festival and the biggest national holiday of Mongolia. It allows travelers to mingle with Mongolians and observe the authentic traditional culture. Naadam is not a tourist event, but a holiday Mongolians celebrate by competing and playing traditional sports and games. It is correct to say "Naadam" instead of Naadam Festival. The Naadam is locally termed “Eriin Gurvan Naadam” which means “three manly sports.” The three sports are horse racing, wrestling, and archery. A traditional ankle-bone-shooting game was added later. So there are four games during Naadam. 6.png

Eagle festival

The Golden Eagle Festival or Eagle Festival is an annual traditional festival held in Bayan-Ölgii aimag, Mongolia. In the eagle festival, Kazakh eagle hunters (Burkitshi) celebrate their heritage and compete to catch small animals such as foxes and hares with specially trained golden eagles, showing off the skills both of the birds and their trainers. The Eagle Festival is held during the first weekend in October, run by the Mongolian Eagle Hunter's Association. Dark, rocky mountainous terrain forms the backdrop to the festivities, which incorporate an opening ceremony, parade, cultural exhibitions, demonstrations and handcrafts in the centre of the town of Ölgii, followed by sporting activities and competitions 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) outside of town towards the mountains. 3.png