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Mongolian TOP Destinations 

 The Gobi Desert - Southern Mongolia

The Gobi is the most mysterious place on earth The Gobi invites you to reveal its secrets. This region is famous for its unique natural formations, many places where you can dig and find real dinosaur fossils, flora and fauna not found anywhere else in the world. The area is often believed to be a lifeless desert, but is actually mostly steppe, inhabited by camel herders, rich in wildlife. It is home to the Bactrian (two-humped) camel and there is plenty to photograph- impressive herds of gazelles & sightings of the rare Khulan (Asiatic wild ass).

 Terelj National Park

Terelj National park is one of the most popular national parks in Mongolia. Terelj is just 60km from Ulaanbaatar in the east and features stunning granite mountains and flowery endless grassy green meadows. This picturesque National Park is a part of Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area. It is a great place for hiking and trekking, even you can do rock climbing here at its natural steep granite walls. Open during year and is only two-hour drive from Ulaanbaatar.

The Khongoriin Els sand dunes

The sand dunes extend along the northern side of Sevrei and Zuulun mountain ranges. These dunes are 180 km long, 15-20 km wide and up to 200m high. There is a small oasis near Khongoriin gol stream, which flows along the northern edge of the dunes. The scenery here is simply spectacular.

 Bayanzag (Flaming Cliffs)

This is internationally famous for its fossilized dinosaur remains. Dinosaur nests with eggs were found here as well as whole fossilized skeletons. Here, in 1922, a US Natural History museum expedition led by Roy Chapman Andrews found the first nest of dinosaur eggs the world had ever seen.

 Khorgo-Terkh National Park

This is one of the most beautiful national parks in Mongolia with its crystal clear Terkh Lake and the Khorgo Volcano. The nature beauty is awesome here and is a great place for hiking, horse riding and relaxing. You can visit the Hell of Yellow Dog, Ice Hole and the Youth Cave that are pretty impressive!

 Khan Khentii - Eastern Mongolia

The homeland of Chinggis Khaan, Khan Khentii is covered with forests, taiga and mountain forest steppe. It is described in The Secret History of Mongols, and is a protected area north-east of Ulaanbaatar.

 Lake Huvsgul - The Blue Pearl of Asia - Northern Mongolia

Lake Huvsgul, the second largest freshwater lake in the world after Lake Baikal in Buryatia, is popular for its pure water, awesome Alpine-like landscapes and wonderful wildlife. At 1,645m above sea level, it is frozen from January until April or May. There are different ethnic people living around it. Here, shamanism survives as a religion among the Darkhads, and the Tsaatan reindeer tribesmen. Lake

 The Ancient Capital Karakorum -Central Mongolia

In 1220 great Chinghis Khaan declared it as the capital city of his vast Empire. Today there are many interesting sites left to visit; the legendary turtle rock sculptures, Buddhist stupas and the ruins of this once great city to name a few. Erdenezuu - the 1st Buddhist monastery in Mongolia was established in 1586. Today Erdenezuu monastery still shows its glory with collections of many priceless religious objects and incredibly beautiful Mongolian arts. It has a massive square wall, 420 meters in length each side, 108 Stupas & 17 temples.

 Hustai National Park

Hustai is the place where the wild Takhi- Przewalski horses have lived peacefully since 1993 when they were reintroduced to their native land Mongolia. Here we are able to see and photograph these beautiful wild horses at pasture and Red Deer, Wolf, Asian Marmot, various species of waterfawls and prey birds etc., as well.

 Elsen tasarkhai Sand Dunes

Elsen Tasarkhai Sand Dune is located 280 km from Ulaanbaatar. The area is surrounded by sand dunes, hills covered with rare bushes and a small forest near a river. Together this presents a unique combination of Mongolian mountains, forests and Gobi-type landscape in one location.

 Chinggis Khan Statue

Chinggis Khaan statue Complex is located 53 km east from Ulaanbaatar at Erdene sum of Tuv aimag (central province), there is a place called "Tsonji Boldog". Chinggis Khaan statue Complex is over 40 meter high statue. Far-sighted Chingis Khan hold a golden whip in his right hand.

 Manzushir Monastery

The Manzushir Monastery lies on the southern part of the Bogd Khan Mountain, at an altitude of 1,800 meters above sea level. The monastery enjoys a beautifully stunning setting being surrounded by a forest of Siberian Larch with a backdrop of natural granite cliffs eroded of huge rounded boulders, many thousands fallen from the cliffs to make a grassy block field spreading out into the forest. A brief visit to the Local Nature Museum will introduce you to some of the wildlife and natural beauties of the area before a short walk brings you to the monastery.
The Manzushir Monastery was destroyed in the 1930s, but a reconstruction project is underway. The ruins of the original monastery, dating from 1733, are clearly visible. The images of Buddha carved in the granite rock nearby the monastery are a unique historical and cultural exposition.

 Tsenkher hot spring

Tsenkher hot spring is located in Arkhangai province 480km from Ulaanbaatar capital city. It is natural hot spring which is in the grassy plain. The heat of the hot spring coming out from the source is 86 degrees. The open air-bath which enters in the grassy plain gives the most unforgettable feeling.

 Yoliin Am - Vulture's Gorge

Vulture's Gorge is a narrow valley located in the Zuun Saikhan Mountain range, with thick pieces of ice almost all year around hidden in its depths. This area is home to rare animals such as the Argali (wild sheep) and Ibex as well as Vultures and other large birds.

 Amarbayasgalant monastery

The monastery was originally built between 1727 and 1738 by the Manchu emperor Yongzheng, and dedicated to the great Mongolian Buddhist and sculptor Zanabazar , whose mummified body was moved here in 1779. The monastery is in the Manchu style, down to the inscription, symmetrical layout and imperial color scheme. The communist moseyed in around 1937, but only 10 out of 37temples and statues. The monastery was extensively restored between 1975 and 1990 with the help of UNESCO. These days about 30 monks live in the monastery, compared with more than 2000 in 1936.


Approximately ninety percent of the population of Bayan-Ulgii is Kazakh and though their pastoral-nomadic lifestyle is similar to that of Mongolians,' these Kazakh-speaking nomads are predominantly Moslem. Passed down from their Turkic ancestors, many Kazakh men still hunt with trained Golden Eagles whose vision is eight times more acute than humans.Kazakh women are renowned for their skills in embroidery and applique-hand-crafted felt carpets line the floor of their gers and delicately embroidered tapestries adorn the walls in a dazzling mosaic of colors.