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If you are looking for an adventurous destination – Mongolia tours are exactly for you. We expect you’ve been wondering „How to travel to Mongolia“? No questions, please, everybody knows that you’ll have a brilliant chance to travel to Mongolia and see traditions of the past that are still practiced today. Baltic Tours are offering you to take tour packages and travel guides for a reasonable price! Visiting Mongolia is a strange experience, you might think. Well, nomadic culture is quite extraordinary, but astounding and famous between tourists and travelers. Travel to Mongolia with a group of your friends could be superb holidays plan! We will tell you some interesting facts about this country. People usually sleep in traditional felt yurts, travel all Mongolia by horses, visit or help to round up the sheep and live as wild as possible. Intriguing, isn’t?
It’s not a secret that Mongolian culture of incredible hospitality makes the whole visit a fantastic pilgrimage. Ask someone who has traveled to Mongolia; you will hear stories about an impressive countryside, vast steppes, rugged mountains and clear lakes. Take a tour in Mongolia and be amazed by this is not a secret that Mongolia has a nice nickname – “Land of Blue Skies”. Are you already made a list of sightseeing objects and created a holiday in Mongolia plan? Grab your friends and take tour packages – holidays in Mongolia will be one of the best things in your travelling experience! Join our exciting Mongolia tours and find out why! Curiosity is everything, so why not to get on Mongolian adventure tours and visit Mongolia? All little details from an exceptional character of the country. Mongolia tours are about to surprise, ignite and no doubt influence your passion for travelling; Mongolia travel guides will inspire and motivate. So, are you ready to get on a tour and visit Mongolia? LET’S GO FOR TRIP!
Border countries: Russia, China
Population: 3 million
Area: 1,566,000 sq km
Time Zone: (UTC+7 to +8)
Summer (DST): (UTC+8 to +9)
Climate: Extreme continental climate with long, cold winters and short summers
Currency: Mongolian Tughrik
Government type: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
Country code: MN
Khuushuur – Mongolian dumplings stuffed with meat, onion or garlic, salt and other spices. Sounds nothings special? Well, we will see what you think after having Khuushuur while touring Mongolia. Tours in Mongolia will give you a chance to try this out!
Aarul – dried and dehydrated curdled milk. You must try it while touring, because it is believed that aarul is the main reason why Mongolian people have strong teeth.
Bantan – steamy soup which is made out from meat and dough crumbs. Feeling dizzy after „Mongol arkhi“? No worries, because Bantan is a favorite hangover medicine for many Mongolians.
Suuteutsai – traditional and the most popular Mongolian milk tea. Some crushed green tea, milk, boiling water and even salt! Searching for something to drink while touring? Let’s try it out with your group of friends!
Ulaanbaatar, located in the North-Central Mongolia, is the capital and the most populated city in the country. It definitely is one of the most visited cities in Mongolia because Ulaanbaatar is the country’s political, industrial, commercial AND cultural center. In here, you can find many famous landmarks representing different periods of history, go hiking and enjoy the landscape or go wild like a true offspring of Genghis Khan in one of the many nightclubs!
Khovd is one of the greatest cities of Mongolia to visit for any history lover. In Khovd, sometimes also referred to as Hovd, there are many sites representing customs and culture of the various ethnic groups. You could go exploring the famous Baatar Khairhan Mountain, go see the most interesting cave paintings, museums, statues or even visit a huge mineral spring that is said to have healing powers.
Kharkhorin is a city in Central Mongolia, which is one of the most visited cities because of the remains of the famous 16th century monastery, Erdene Zuu Khiid, and the remarkable museum, both of which propose some interesting insights into Mongolia’s golden era. Kharkhorin is also surrounded by impressive landmarks such as waterfalls, sand dunes, nature reserves and much more truly worth seeing.
Darkhan is the third largest city in Mongolia located in the northern part of the country. The city is divided into an ‘old town’ and a ‘new town’, where most of the hotels, restaurants and cafes are located at. In the old town, there is a beautiful Kharagiin monastery housed in a pretty log cabin and now serving as a Buddhist monastery, and the Traditional Museum of Folk Art interesting for exploring.
Erdenetis a second largest city in Mongolia and is one of the most interesting destinations in the country due to its wild spaces and the spirit of nomadism. Erdenet is the most developed town of the country as well as the cleanest one because of the open pit copper mines. Also to see the archers training in Naadam’s field is certainly a unique and one-of-a-kind experience!
Mongolia is home to an extreme inland climate, so when wondering when to go to Mongolia and how many days to stay – preparing for the weather should be one of your top concerns. Generally, the best time to visit the country would be during the July and August, as the temperatures are the warmest and you should have a good time visiting Mongolia. If you‘re looking for the cheapest time in Mongolia – go during the winter.
5) Ganden Hyid is one of the most important and most visited places in Mongolia. Built in the 19th century, the monastery survived the infamous religious purges and now is reopened again as a Buddhist temple. The monastery’s main temple has a twenty six metre high statue of the Buddha of Mercy, which is decorated with gold and gems and surely is among the most beautiful historical places to visit in Ulaanbaatar.
4) Terelj National Park is just outside east of Ulaanbaatar and it represents one of the most easily approachable examples of Mongolia’s countryside. Here, you will not only be able to find nomad camps and camel farms, but alongside you will have an opportunity to enjoy a series of bubbling hot springs in the alpine Khagiin Khar Lake. Also, the park is a great place for any rock climbing enthusiasts and includes two famous rock formations: Turtle Rock and the Old Man Reading a Book.
3) Gobi Desert is a large rain shadow desert region covering southern Mongolia that. It is one of the most interesting and highly recommended places in the country, with the sand dunes, gorges, cliffs and caves that will make this experience unforgettable! Not to mention living in the traditional Mongolian families’ yurts and seeing their everyday life is not something every traveller can boast about. If that’s not enough, the Gobi Desert also offers camel rides, climbing the sand dunes and visiting the land of the dinosaurs.
2) Altai Tavan Bogd National Park is located on the most western point of Mongolia and borders with both Russia and China, Kazakhstan is also visible from the highest peak of the mountain. The park is accessible all year round with such activities as snow skiing and eagle hunting available. If this is too extreme for you, don’t worry! Beautiful scenery, countless archeological sites and nomadic families living there will make sure that your visit will be amazing.
1) Orkhon Valley drapes along the banks of the Orkhon River in Central Mongolia. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mongolia because it houses the ruins of the legendary Karakorum, the capital of the Mongol Empire and once the home of the mighty Khans. Thus, the valley is among the most special and unique places in Mongolia as it has many interesting historical monuments to be visited and seen.
While in Mongolia, only drink bottled water and avoid ice cubes because water quality is surely not the best in the world. Also, don’t forget to apply insect repellent on your skin if you are traveling in rural or forested areas to prevent tick bites.
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