Northern Mongolia is lush green mostly covered with high mountains, dense forests, crystal rivers and lakes, and often known as the home of the Tsaatan (ethnic minority who runs Reindeer farming in a most remote and rural area of the country)and the Shamans. The region is rich in wildlife and fish.
The most distinguishing features here in this part are the pristine Lake Huvsgul and the famous Darkhad valley. This part also represents one of the most direct and contemporary convergences of the ancient Shamanic and relatively modern Buddhist cultures of Mongolia. Moreover, northern Mongolia is still a home to the people from the old tribes Uriankhai, Darkhad and the Tsaatans known as the Reindeer Riders.
The snow-capped peaks of the imposing Altai Mountains, the highest reaching over 4000m above sea level, dominate the landscape of western Mongolia. This is one of the wettest region in the country, with countless lakes, glaciers, springs, streams dotted throughout the mountain and green valleys. It is spectacular summit, covered in glaciers, and the home of the snow leopard. The Altai Mountain which belongs to the province of Bayan Ulgii is particularly attractive to mountain and rock climbers, who come from all over the world to scale the heights of Tavan Bogd, the highest peak in Mongolia (4374m). There are around 35 glaciers from Tavan Bogd, including the 20 kilometers long Botanin Glacier. West of Tavan Bogd is the 12 kilometers long Perzevalski Glacier. There are Sergal and Dayan lakes are great opportunities hiking. Mongolia’s largest ethnic minority, the Kazakhs, live in Bayan Ulgii province and continue to uphold their ancient traditions such as hunting with eagles and weaving intricate wall hangings.
The Eastern Mongolia, encompassing the Khan Hentii Mountain Range and Great Eastern Plains has a lot to offer for travelers. Almost totally uninhabited remote wilderness area of Khan Hentii Mountains, the historical places, that were mentioned in the 13th century “The Secret History of Mongols”, including the birthplace of Chinggis Khaan, and the endless verdant grassland of the Eastern Plains.
The Eastern Mongolian Plains feature a miracle of verdant grasslands that extend as far as the eye can see as well as lakes, mineral springs and gently rolling hills. The steppes are home to rich wildlife dominated by thousands of white-tailed gazelle (Mongolian gazelle).
Traditional folk songs, blacksmith and silversmith skills, and handicrafts of Dariganga people, who inhabit the southern end of the plains, are famous throughout Mongolia
The Gobi is the most famous destination in Mongolia for all year round, some tourists says it is the “Hilight” of the trip. It is true let me introduce wonder of Gobi more…
Great Gobi became state protected area in 1976.It is possible to introduce only in Mongolian Gobi has special flora and fauna. The Gobi is a home to endangered animals like snow leopard, Gobi bear and wild camel.
The Gobi desert .. barren, mysterious, and surprising with a flair of romanticism.
Central Mongolia is beautiful, pristine and rich in wild species and has been keeping many important historical and cultural remains of different historical periods. Ancient capital of Mongol Empire called KharKhorum is located this part.The Khangai mountain range in central Mongolia is over 750km long with an average altitude of 2500-3000m. The cool, humid coniferous forests of this Eco region supports a high species diversity of flora and fauna.When you are driving between place to place you will see countless animals grazing without fence. Then they had a joke that the farmers of the most of the countries keep the animals inside barn or fence, but for Mongolians, the fence is to keep animals outside of it. The Central Mongolian trip will offer you both cultural and adventure tours. Highlights of this trip will be Mongolia’s oldest Monastery ErdeneZuu Hiid and Takhi, seeing Mongolian Wild horses, and enjoying Terkh wite lake horse trekking to Khorgo Volcano.Relax in the hot spa to trump Water fall.