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  • Bayanzag

    Bayanzag
    Bayanzag, which means “rich in sexual shrubs”, is more commonly known as the ‘Flaming Cliffs’, a name penned by the palaeontologist Roy Chapman Andres. First excavated in1992, it is renowned worldwide for the number of dinosaur bones and eggs found in the area. Which you can see in museums around the world. Even if you are not a ‘dinophile’, the eerie beauty of the surrounding landscape is a good reason…
  • Ikh and baga gazar chuluu

    Ikh and baga gazar chuluu
    Ikh Gazariin Chuluu: Ikh Gazriin Chuluu is a mountain of granite rock in the Gobi desert with a peak of 1706m high. There is an open theatre of national Long song. These Rocky Mountains are situated in Dundgov aimag. They spread out from west to east covering about 20 kilometers. There are many interesting stories about local historic people who had lived or had been hidden in caves from the…
  • Khongoryn els

    Khongoryn els
    Khongoryn Els are some of the largest and most spectacular sand dunes in Mongolia. Khongoryn Els sand dunes stretch for an extraordinary 100km and are 21 kilometers wide and high. The dunes lie on the northern part of the mountains of Sevree and Zuulun Mountain. Local people call that by Singing Dune because of the sound produced by masses of sand moving in the wind can be heard from afar.…
  • Khorog-Terkhi

    Khorog-Terkhi
    The khorgo, in western sources is an extinct dead volcano field in the Tariat district in th Arkhangai Province. It is located on the northern slopes of the Khangai Mountains. The khorgo lies east of the lake Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur and together they are the cores of the Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur Natianal Park. A notable geological feature is solidified lava bubbles, which the locals have named basalt yurts”.  There are…
  • Khustai national park

    Khustai national park
    Khustai National Park has become globally known for the successful reintroduction to the wild of Mongolia’s national symbol: the Przewalski Horse (Equus ferus przewalskii), or “Takhi” in Mongolia, to its country of origin in 1993. This reintroduction marked a milestone in conservation.  The typical Mongolian steppe landscape, which is characteristic in wide parts of the park, gives way in some places to red sandstone rocks and to patchy forest in…
  • khuvsgul lake

    khuvsgul lake
    Khuvsgul Lake (is considered as Blue Pearl) is located in the northwest of Mongolia near the border to Russia, at the foot of the eastern Sayan Mountains. It is 1,645 m above sea level, 136 km long and 262 m deep. It is the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia, and holds almost 70% of Mongolia’s fresh water and 0.4% of all the fresh water in the world.
  • Altai tavan bogd

    Altai tavan bogd
    Stunning Altai Tavan Bogd National Park follows Western Mongolia’s border with China and Russia, and is the greatest attraction in Western Mongolia. The park really does have it all: beautiful valleys, alpine lakes, rivers, glaciers, and the highest peaks in Mongolia.
  • Orkhon waterfall

    Orkhon waterfall
    Over 25m high Ulaantsutgalan (Red flows waterfall) is the biggest waterfall in Mongolia and one of the most attractive destinations on Orkhon river valley, UNISCO World heritage site. It is located 90km from Karakhorum. Its width is about 10m. 
  • Yoliin am

    Yoliin am
    In 1965, before the creation of Gurvan Saikhan National Park, a small 69 square km (26.64 square miles) area around Yoliin Am Canyon was already a protected area. Yoliin am is located about 60 km (37 miles) Southwest Dalanzadgad, in the mountains of Zuun Saikhan. The bearded vulture. Yol in Mongolian, gave its name to the Yoliin Am Valley, the Gorge of Bearded Vultures. Located at a height of 2500…
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