Umnugobi (South Gobi or Gobi Desert) province in southern Mongolia is Mongolia’s largest provinces, with a population density of only 0.3 people per square km. The few people who live here are the Khalkh ethnic group. It’s not hard to see why humans prefer to live elsewhere. With an average annual precipitation of only 130mm […]
“13th century complex” is located 96 km away from the Ulaanbaatar city in the territory of Erdene soum, Tuv province and covers an area of 88 hectares surrounding Yol mountain. The “13th Century” complex has the environment of tourism attractions, ger camps, farms, statues and traditional entertainment areas, all in real lifestyle of 13th century […]
To prove its reason to be announced as the world’s first officially protected area, Bogd Khan National Park embraces all the characteristics of a beautiful nature. This park was founded in 1778, making it one of the world’s oldest protected areas. Manzushir Monastery was constructed in 1733 and was a major center of Buddhism, although […]
World’s tallest equestrian statue (40m) erected in Mongolia was unveiled at the end of September in 2008. This statue, showing Chinggis Khan (1162-1227) with a golden whip in his right hand gazing into his birthplace Khentii province in the northeastern part of the country, has located in the Tsonjin Boldog site connected to many historical […]
Terelj National park is recognized as a part of the huge Khan Khentii reserve and one of the most popular National Parks of Mongolia. The park’s most spectacular features are its huge granite blocks and cliffs as well as meadows rich in wildflowers. Terelj offers fascinating rock formations against a background of pine-covered mountains, and […]
Khustai Nuruu National Park (Mongolian: Хустайн нуруу, Birch Mountains), located in Tov Province (aimag), is one of the most famous National Parks of Mongolia. It is also known as Khustai National Park. The Tuul River runs through the Park.