Nomadic Life

Nomadic Life


Adventure tours in Mongolia

Eight Lakes National Park is one of the most beautiful places to enjoy with easy trekking surrounded by green forest and lakes. The distance between the lakes those are connected under the ground ranges from 500 meters to 3kms.


Brief history of Kharkhorin, the ancient capital of Mongol Empire

The construction was begun by the orders of Chinggis Khaan, but it was completed finally at the time of his successor Ogedei Khaan. At its zenith, the city was one of the most multi-cultural places of the world. Its location along the famed Silk road and status as the capital of an empire that stretched across continents brought it great wealth.


Ten thousand Camel's Festival

The Camel Festival will take place near Dalanzadgad province on 6th and 7th of March 2020. Tourists and travelers can rent traditional Mongolian gers and enjoy the performance. Also you can come earlier to attend the “Winter Golden Eagle Festival” on 3rd and 4th of March 2020.


The Best times to visit Mongolia

Mongolia is a landlocked country with an extreme continental climate. Warm summers and cold winters are to be expected. If you are looking to travel to Mongolia, you ought to arrange your travel plans based on the destinations you wish to see or the experiences you wish to have.


Summertime in Mongolia

Summer tour in Mongolia, Summertime Mongolia has got to be one of the liveliest places in the world. With nature and its people enjoying life on a daily basis amidst the greenery of wide steppes and enchanting dunes of the Gobi.


Why Mongolia Is the Best Place to Relax and Unwind

Mongolia is home to beautiful natural landscapes, breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife, and vast deserts untouched by modern civilization. It's no wonder that the Mongolian people are so loyal to their alluring land and appreciate an extremely simple way of life. There is a lot we can learn from these nomadic people, and we can start by meeting them and experiencing their culture and heritage.


Springtime Mongolia

Mongolian spring is referred to as season of four seasons. The weather, during early spring, is in a shifting mood. It is entirely possible to witness characteristics of winter, summer, spring and autumn within one day.


The Significance of the Mongolian Horse

Few animals are as synonymous with a group of people as the horse is with the Mongolians. This prized animal has long been regarded not only as a means of traversing Mongolia's vast terrain but also for the many resources it provides. From their use in local delicacies to the companionship they offer, horses appear as a permanent thread throughout Mongolian culture