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5. Khovsgol Lake
Khovsgol Lake surrounded by mountains Koridol and Bayan Saridag Ranges. In the Lake, there is a view with greenery around the Lake. The Lake has formed nearly three million years ago due to tectonic movements. And this area is home to ibex, argali sheep, bear, Wolf, elk, and sable. This area hosts three unique and separate nation: Darkhad, Buriat, and Tsaatan. Instead of shamanism, Buddhism is a religion of choice in these parts.
4. Amarbayasgalant Monastery
Amarbaysgalant, one of the most important monasteries in Mongolia, which lies at the foot of Mount Burenkhaan. Built by the Manchu Emperor between 1727-1736 with more than 40 temples in honor of Saint Zanabazar, the first Bogd, and a great artist. The construction of the monastery architecture is outstanding. His main style is Chinese while mixing a little architecture of Tibet and Mongolia. During the years 1930-an monastery destroyed by the Communists. The monastery was restored by Unesco from the years 1975 to reopened in 1990. At the moment 30 monks living here in 7-90 age range.
3. Erdene Zuu Monastery
Erdene Zuu monastery, Temple of Jewels , built between 1585 and 1586. It is certainly the oldest Buddhist monastery in Mongolia. Ovorkhangai province, about 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) Northeast Kharkhorin, written in the UNESCO World Heritage list in the category's Orkhon Valley cultural landscape . After the fall of communism in 1990, the monastery was given to the old and Erdene Zuu again became the site of worship, where many pilgrims come to walk and collect their thoughts. The site was restored at the end of this century and almost reinvent its religious activities. Today, Erdene Zuu remains an active Buddhist monastery, and at the same time a museum open to tourists.
2. Gobi Desert
Gurvan Saikhan Gobi National Park (Three Beauties are of the Gobi) is located to the West of the town of Dalanzadgad in Umnugobi province. The Park is protected in 1965 due to saving the beautiful nature of the Yolyn Am-Saikhan Mountains from the East. In the park there are dunes i.e. Khongor Sand Dunes are the largest dunes: and the most spectacular of which is located in Sevrei soum. Also known as singing hills , height up to 800 m, a width of 20 km and a length of 100 km.
Ulanbator or Ulaanbataar which means red hero is the capital of Mongolia. The city looks perfect blending ancient cultures with Mongolia. The ruins of monasteries mingled with the good, along with the skyscrapers, and the homes of residents. You can walk around here and find someplace unique here. Ghenghis Khan as in Square, where there is an awful lot of statue of Sükhbaatar named Hero and still no Genghis Khan that you can find. Besides Ghenghis Khan Square there is also the Zaisan Memorial, Choijin Lama temple, and the Gandan Monastery
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Mongolia is a landlocked country located between China and Russia. It is a vast emptiness that links land and sky, and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. Mongolia may have various geopolitical, cultural and geographical meanings. Mongolia consists of historic Outer Mongolia. The province of Inner Mongolia is geographically and politically separate and located in northern part of China yet it shares common borders with Mongolia.
With only 1.7 people per km², Mongolia has the lowest population density among all independent countries in the world, and it is this vast and majestic emptiness that is the country's enduring appeal, bringing the traveller, as it does, into a close communion with nature and its nomadic inhabitants.
Mongolia is entirely landlocked, between China and Russia.
For several letters, the ISO 9 standard transliteration of Cyrillic is not widely used and there is no consensus either in Mongolia nor in Wikitravel. Specially, the same Cyrillic letter х is transliterated h or kh, the letter ө is transliterated ô, ö, o or u, but Latin o is also the transliteration of the Cyrillic о, and Latin u is also the transliteration of Cyrillic у and ү (the latter should be transliterated ù according to ISO 9, but this is rarely done). So, if you can't find a name as you wrote it, try other spellings.
See in Mongolia
Mongolia is a big country with bad transportation means, so trying to see too many provinces you would spend your holidays inside vehicles. Hôvsgôl (or Hövsgöl) lake, in Hövsgöl province, is very beautiful. There is not much architecture in Mongolia, but Amarbaysgalant monastery, Selenge province, in the middle of nowhere, is worth seeing. Interested by the economical aspect? See Erdenet's open copper mine, the biggest copper mine in Asia, in Orhon province.
Do in Mongolia
The Trans-Mongolian Railway passes through the country.
Mongolia Canoeing, ☎ 976-99826883, River Tours, Canoe down some of Mongolia's major rivers
visit Reindeer Herders (Tsaatan Community), Tsagaannuup, Khovsgol (West of Khovsgol lake, From Moron drive WNW, Past the Airport, Go to Ylaan Uul and continue north. High water can make the roads difficult.), Reindeer herders living in High Alpine mountains. Must ride horses or reindeer from Tsagaanuup. It can be a long hard ride.
Local Bonda Lake Camp in Khatgal village near Lake Khovsgol offers various nature and cultural featuring: fishing, hiking, winter tours, nomad visits, horse back riding, visiting reindeer herders and Darhad valley. Horse riding, you have chance discover Lake Khovsgol and its beautiful waters, meet Tsataan (nomadic reindeer herders) living in yurts in the north of Khovsgol area. This region is incredibly scenic, perched at 1645 m altitude in green mountains, covered with thick pine forests and lush meadows with grazing yaks and horses, and rich with wildlife: the lake has 9 species of fish and its surroundings are full of sheep, goats, elk and more than 430 species of birds. There are 5 different Mongolian tribes nearby: Khalh, Darhad, Buriad, Hotgoid, & Urianhai. The Camp has a hot shower, sauna, internet and a restaurant with Mongolian and European meals.
Shopping in Mongolia
Mongolian cashmere is known as the best in the world. Garments and blankets made of cashmere. You can find lots of stores that sells cashmere products.
Mongolia is famous for its copper mines Erdenet and Oyu Tolgoi. Copper bookmark is one of the ideal souvenirs and you can easily find this USD1 metal souvenir in Ulaanbaatar souvenir shops.
Paintings by local artists are excellent buys in Mongolia(local painting center gps coordinate: 47.928958, 106.928024 , N+106°55'40.9Efirstname.lastname@example.org,106.9280278,15).
You can find felt poker-work in Erdenet.
Note that it is illegal to take antiques out of the country without a special permit.
The huge open-air market, Narantuul (The Black Market) in Ulaanbaatar offers the lowest prices on just about anything you could want. Be very careful of the many pickpockets and even attackers there. This can be a great place to get a good pair of riding boots. You can opt for a variety of Mongolian styles, from fancy to the more practical, or even get a good set of Russian style boots.
In Erdenet is a ISO 9 001 certified carpet factory, making and selling also slippers made in carpet.
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I had the opportunity to spend three weeks traveling across central Mongolia and the Gobi desert. One of the best trips I have ever taken and pretty tough at times, with no showers and traveling in an old Soviet van across bumpy terrain for hours, but it was worth every minute because I got to see some of the most beautiful untouched nature out there.
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Tusker Trail's exciting 100-second Trek in Mongolia. Trek through a hidden world. Trek through a hidden world. Tusker's founding guide, Eddie Frank leads you on this extraordinary trek through the ALTAI MOUNTAINS, which follows Mongolia's western border with China. This hidden world is one of the most magnificent mountain habitats on our planet.
You can hike, be a Nomad on horseback, or do both - crossing broad river valleys, mountain passes, lush tundra and open steppe.
Immerse yourself in the ancient nomadic culture which thrives on 1,000-year old traditions. The nomads still hunt with Golden Eagles. You encounter centuries-old hospitality and attend exciting local ceremonies and traditional horse games.
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Sprawled across the mountain system where Russia, Kazakhstan, China and Mongolia come together is a vast and pristine wild land, the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion, a distinct territory defined by natural processes rather than political ones. Its borders are ecological, and its provinces are interconnected habitats.
Tusker is one of a handful of companies that trek the entire length of the Altai Tavn Bogd National Park, which occupies the Mongolian part of the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion.
During our trek, which you can do on foot or on horseback, we traverse many of the rivers, and camp every night on either the banks of these rivers or the shores of the lakes fed by them.
The Khovd River, which has its genesis in the glaciers of Mongolia's Altai Tavn Bogd Mountains, flows into the Great Lakes Basin, a depression with no outlet whose lush wetlands comprise the last great reed beds of central Asia.
On this unique trek, you experience the wilderness of Mongolia, and wilderness at it's finest, in all of its raw, pristine beauty.
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We trek in the Altai Tavn Bogd, an area virtually untouched by tourism. This region of Mongolia has remained pristine for centuries, and the people who live here are as unique as they are fascinating.
This part of Mongolia is so remote that we never hear a jet overhead. Tusker brings 42 years of trekking experience to this trip of a lifetime.
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Tusker's founding guide, Eddie Frank leads you on this extraordinary trek through the ALTAI MOUNTAINS, which follows Mongolia's western border with China. This hidden world is one of the most magnificent mountain habitats on our planet.
You can hike, be a Nomad on horseback, or do both - crossing broad river valleys, mountain passes, lush tundra and open steppe.
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While trekking through Mongolia's tough terrain, it's imperative that we use the absolute best tents available. For sleeping we use Eureka's 4-season K2XT all-weather tent. We have tested these tents under the harshest conditions, and they stand up to all the punishment we can muster.
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Trekking in Mongolia
Khuvsgul lake area in North Mongolia is a place to combine some SHORT TREKKING with cultural touring: visiting reindeer herders, watching flowers and relaxing by the blue expanse of Mongolia’s cleanest lake. Gobi desert offers LIGHT HIKES to its many attractions such as towering dunes, deep canyons and mystical fossil sites. But EXTENDED TREKKING in the Altai mountain region of Western Mongolia takes you to snow clad peaks, alpine lakes and truly remote wilderness.