Eastern Mongolia

Eastern Mongolia

Eastern Mongolia  Eastern Mongolia is one of the wild and most untouched region in Mongolia. One of the main tourist attraction of Eastern Mongolia is that is A Birthplace of Genghis Khan. World’s Largest Steppe – Menen The largest flat plains of Mongolia are in the most east part of the country. The slope of the…

Milk and dairy products

Milk and Dairy products

Since the domestication of wild animals by ancient humans, milk was processed and used as a secondary raw food materia. It has been determined that the nomads of the Mongolian region have consumed animal milk and dairy products from as early as 5000 years ago, as confirmed by protein studies and analysis conducted on the…

Altai tavan bogd

Western Mongolia

In Mongolia, the provinces (or Aimags) of Bayan-lgii, Hovd, Uvs, and Zavkhan are known as the Western Mongolia. It is the most furthest region of the country that is accessible by paved roads from Ulaanbaatar, the capital. It has a long history and is also Mongolia’s most ethnically diverse, rugged, and beautiful province. The region…

Northern Mongolia

The Northern part of Mongolia is the most traveled destination among locals and tourists. The highlight of Northern Mongolia, an alpine region bordering the forests of Siberia, is pristine Khuvsgul Lake, known as Mongolia’s “dark blue pearl” and Darkhad valley – there are over 200 lakes surrounded by high mountains covered with forest and extensive…

Central Mongolia

Central Mongolia

Geography of Central Mongolia Central Mongolia is the most popular destinations in Mongolia. It is where most visitors begin their adventures, since it’s closer to Ulaanbaatar. And many recommended tour attractions, including natural landscapes, national parks, historical sites, ancient ruins, burial monuments, monasteries, and religious sites, are found in Central Mongolia, making this region a must-see…

Altai tavan bogd national park

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park Altai Tavan Bogd national park has some of the most stunning scenery in Mongolia with towering mountains, glacier, deep lush valleys, and freshwater lakes. It sits in the westernmost region, bordering Mongolia with its two neighbours Chine and Russia. The name of the national park literally translates to “Five Saints…

Ikh Nart Nature Reserve

Ikh Nartiin Chuluu, commonly known as Ikh Nart, lies in the East Gobi, marking the northeast ending of the Gobi Desert. Ikh Nart Nature Reserve was established in 1996, covering 66000 hectares to protect a globally important population of argali sheep. As the transition area between the desert and grassland, Ikh Nart has a unique…