Overnight in Mongolian traditional ger

Overnight in Mongolian traditional ger

There are thousands of Ger, known as yurts across the Mongolian steppe that accommodated the central Asian nomads including Mongols, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan people for thousands of years.

The beauty of Mongolian speaking

The beauty of Mongolian speaking

The beauty of Mongolian speaking

Fermented Mare's Milk - Airag

Fermented Mare's Milk - Airag

Airag or Koumiss is one of the traditional drinks of nomadic Mongolian people. 

Trekking in Altai mountains

Trekking in Altai mountains

Seeing once is better than hearing thousand times!

Visa policy of Mongolia

Visa policy of Mongolia

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Not too famous people in Mongolian History you should know about

Not too famous people in Mongolian History you should know about

1 Princess -  Khutulun ( Khotol Tsagaan)

She was famous for taking part in all three sports categories of the Naadam festival and is said to never have been beaten in Wrestling. In fact, the rumors go that she would marry anyone who could beat her in Wrestling. Those who were defeated by her, would offer tributes of Horses and livestock. She is said to have gathered a herd of ten thousand in this fashion.

Mongolian National Festival Naadam: Things remember before visit Mongolia during Naadam

Mongolian National Festival Naadam: Things remember before visit Mongolia during Naadam

Naadam or Three manly games festival is Mongolia’s ancient way of celebration which has been practiced till now. As noted in the book of Secret history of Mongolia of 13th century the celebration took place in Khuran month or July. In modern days, Naadam has been celebrated throughout the country every year on July 11-13 since the People’s revolution. It is a complex of horse racing, wrestling and archery games, and traditional arts such as folk art, knowledge and handcraft.   

CLIMATE OF MONGOLIA: Choosing when to travel

CLIMATE OF MONGOLIA: Choosing when to travel

The climate of Mongolia is characterized by extreme variability and is very difficult to predict. And the winter is usually cold and clear with occasional snowstorms.

4 MUST see places in Southern MONGOLIA

4 MUST see places in Southern MONGOLIA

The southern part of Mongolia is a large desert region in Asia. The desert basin is bounded by the Altai Mountains on the west and the grassland and steppes of Mongolia on the northeast. The sunset at the flaming cliffs is splendid. Furthermore, the highlight continues to Khongor Sand Dunes or Singing dune that lies within Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park. Yol (lammergeyer) Valley is on the easternmost of the park. The desert and surrounding area sustain many animals such as black-tailed gazelles, wild Bactrian camels, Mongolian wild ass, marbled polecats, sandplovers, snow leopards, brown bears as well as wolves.

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Top 7 MONGOLIAN meals you MUST try

Top 7 MONGOLIAN meals you MUST try

When you travel to Mongolia you can see that is a country of meat.  All of the traditional meals are mostly made with mutton and beef. Mongolian nomads don’t usually excessively wash the meat before cooking. That’s why Mongolian dishes have strong smell. But that’s also the reason for their unique taste, even though the only seasoning on it is salt. When visit Mongolia, you should try these 5 meals.

5 REASONS YOU SHOULD NEVER VISIT MONGOLIA

5 REASONS YOU SHOULD NEVER VISIT MONGOLIA

Who are Mongolians and what do they do? Have any of your friends been to Mongolia? Well... mine have; and this is what they had to say about this far away country.

MONGOLIAN HORSES

MONGOLIAN HORSES

Mongolia is well known throughout the world as the nation of horses. The fame of the Mongolian horde and their short but powerful horses which help Genghis Khan to conquer half of the world echoes far and wide all through history.

TRAVELLING TO MONGOLIA IN WINTER

TRAVELLING TO MONGOLIA IN WINTER

When we think of Mongolia, we think of the endless blue sky, towering mountains, a wild landscape filled with nomads and the national festival Naadam. However, not many of us would think about winter holiday in Mongolia as it seems more of a mystery.

MONGOLIAN NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

MONGOLIAN NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

TsagaanSar. TsagaanSar is celebrated during the breeding season. The approaching spring would bring an abundance of milk an dairy products, the “white food” of the Mongolians. Hence the name of the holiday - the White Month. After the victory of the Peoples Revolution in 1921TsagaanSar became a holiday of arats. While retainingmany of its old