Eagle Totem of Mongolia
Eagle is a common symbol of might, regality, and ferocity. Amongst Mongolians, it is often thought of as the king of birds, it is not hard to imagine why eagles are the subject of so much awe. Eagles are apex predators who soar above their habitats with keen eyes, sharp talons, and powerful wings.
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.
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.
Essential tours to get to know Mongolia
Best Experiantial tours of Mongolia travel
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.
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.
5 Reasons you should never visit Mongolia
The Mongolian customs and traditions dictate that you must welcome any travelers into your ger and serve them with everything you have at your disposal. Guests are always received with open arms, whether they be foreigners or locals; and the Nomadic passing by caravans are honor-bound to be treated with tea and bread.
4 Must see places in Southern Mongolia
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.
Must see in Mongolia
The world’s biggest equestrian complex known as of today. The Chinggis Khaan Statue complex is 40m tall, stainless steel structure is located on the north of Tuul River where according to the legend, he found a golden whip.
10 things to do in Mongolia
Mongolia is similar to Mars, only closer and more accessible. In the country with the lowest population density, you find yourself tête-à-tête with a cosmically unreal nature.
10 Facts about Ulaanbaatar
Just like any other metropolis around the world, Ulaanbaatar is a city full of different lifestyles, endless possibilities, fast-paced energy, rich cultures, interesting events, and unforgettable adventures.
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