Destination of Mongolia

Capital city Ulaanbaatar

Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia established 1639, is the country’s economic, cultural and a political center and has a number of tourist attractions where modern life comfortably blends with Mongolian traditional lifestyle. Wide streets are flocked by modern cars, while horsemen and cattle are still common scene and its population as of 2014 is over 1.3 million.

Attractions close to Ulaanbaatar

13th Century Theme Park is built and established in real time micro kingdom of the 13th Century to make the real experiences for the tourists during their stay by genuinely providing true environment of the way of living.

Northern Mongolia - Khuvsgul lake

Northern Mongolia is a main travel destination of Mongolia. The highlight of Mongolia's Northern provinces, an alpine region bordering the forests of Siberia, is pristine Khuvsgul Lake, known as Mongolia's "dark blue pearl and Darkhad valley - there are over 200 lakes surrounded by high mountains covered with forest and extensive marshland, which is a home of reindeer people -Tsaatan ethnic minority.

Western Mongolia – Altai Mountains

Western Mongolia Wildlife is offers Asia’s most beautiful and unspoiled wilderness, where the snow-capped Altai Mountains tower above remote forests, lakes, and rivers. Teeming with wildlife, including endangered snow leopards, ibexes and Argali wild sheep those are considered the biggest in body size in the world. This region contains the most impressive of Mongolia’s mountain scenery, and is a prime destination for adventurous climbers and hikers.

Central Mongolia - Orkhon valley

Central Mongolia is includes the most visited areas in countryside. This region has many historical sights , natural wonders in Mongolia's heartland, particularly in the Orkhon River Valley, known as Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape, which is an encompasses an extensive area of pastureland on both banks of the Orkhon River and includes numerous archaeological remains.

Southern Mongolia – Gobi Desert

One of the most popular travel routes in Mongolia is the Gobi desert, the habitat of the rarest animals and a unique natural landscape. The Gobi Desert is a vast zone of desert and desert steppe covering almost 30 percent of the Mongolian territory. The area is often imagined as a lifeless desert like in many other parts of the world.

Eastern Mongolia – Genghis Khan

Khentii, Eastern Mongolia is the birthplace of the Great Emperor Chinggis Khaan. It is situated in a region of great natural beauty, yet only a day's (331 km) drive from the capital city Ulaanbaatar. It borders in the north with the Russian Federation. Genghis Khan’s birthplace- Temuujin (Genghis Khan) was the founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his demise.