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What's not to love about a country that's so vast, so remote, so naturally beautiful.
Mongolia is said to be the least densely populated country in the world- an isolated yet magnificent landscape untainted by the modernist hands of destruction and sprawl. An ideal canvas for those who enjoy basic and slow travel, Mongolia is off the beaten track at its very best.
We visit some of the most stunning regions of Mongolia including the Gobi Desert, one of the great desert landscapes in the world. The group will stay in ger camps, visit spectacular landscapes including the red flaming cliffs of Bayanzag and the Khongor sand dunes, (one of the tallest in the world), in Gobi Desert.
The ancient deer stone monument at Uushig represents the sacrifice and spirit and ancient warriors
Lake Khuvsgul is called the blue pearl of Mongolia for the color and high water clarity
Get up close to the Przewalski horses, the only wild horse species and many other animals
Dive into the rich history of Karakorom, the capital of the ancient Mongol Empire
Pay a visit to the tranquil Shankh Khiid and Erdene Zuu monasteries, the only monasteries in the region which survived the communist purge
Watch as the desert cliffs glow with a fiery red light that seems to mimic the radiance of the setting sun
Make your way to the singing sand dunes of Khongor which have a stunning height of 800 meters at certain places
Popular for its unusual scenery, this valley has the only desert icecap in the world
Get overwhelmed by the sheer size of the imposing Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue
Visit a nomadic family and learn about their daily lives, traditions, and cultures
Get first-hand experience on setting up a traditional Mongolian ger