Worth to see in Mongolia

What to see in Mongolia? Where to go in Mongolia?


We often imagine Mongolia as a destination reserved for experienced travelers, yet even if Mongolia is a huge country with different climatic zones and very varied landscapes, discovering Mongolia is easier than you might think. In each region you will have the opportunity to meet nomads and experience unforgettable moments with them.

THE CENTER

The most populated region of Mongolia where many Mongolian nomads graze their herds in the lush plains of Khangai.
It is also one of the easiest regions to visit because there is a fairly good infrastructure, but it will be possible to hike and get away a bit.
Varied landscapes but also encounter with History by visiting Kharakorim, the ancient capital of Genghis Khan

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SOUTH

It is the region of the Gobi Desert which occupies a third of the country and is one of the least densely populated regions in the world. **The Gobi **makes Mongolia a unique destination to visit for its many sites and natural beauty as well as its people.

In summer, [the Gobi turns green](http://www.mongoliatours.org/Routes/Short-Selfmade-Trips/Gobi desert (10 days)/), with fantastic wide carpets of colorful flowers. In winter, the Gobi turns into one of the few places where you can see sand dunes completely covered in snow. Nomads traditionally raise Bactrian camels but also herds of goats to support the cashmere industry.

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THE WEST

is dominated by the Altai Mountains, the highest mountain range in Mongolia. The Kazakhs, a Muslim minority still practices and preserves the age-old tradition of golden eagle hunting, living at the foot of the mountains in the Olgy region. Every year there is an eagle festival that will consecrate the passion and work of the Khazak and consecrate the best of them.

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THE NORTH

The discovery of northern Mongolia offers a landscape typical of the Siberian taiga as well as vast pine forests covering the rugged terrain, hills, large rivers and swamps.
It is especially the region of Lake Khuvsgul, one of the largest reservoirs of fresh water in the world and its surroundings are home to the reindeer people, the tsatans as well as a refuge for a wide variety of wild animals.

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THE NORTH EAST AND THE EAST

Kingdom of the Khentii mountain range, fertile grasslands, many lakes and major rivers. But above all, cradle of Mongolian culture and homeland of Genghis Khan who was the founder of the Mongol Empire, the largest contiguous land empire in history, and the ancestor of the Mongolian nation.

Rarely visited by tourists, this region offers a wonderful trip off the beaten track.

East It is known as the "country of cranes" because in summer 7 species come to nest there in the large and vast steppes of the region, also you can see black-tailed gazelles in search of good pastures.

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