Tucked between Russia and China, Mongolia is often overlooked as a travel destination. But with its rolling hills and rich history, travel to Mongolia is perfect for adventure seekers and culture enthusiasts alike. This vast country is one of the few places on the earth where a nomadic lifestyle still exists, and many people even refer to it as “The Last Frontier.”
Mongolia is one of the countries with the lowest population densities, so travelers can get up close and personal with nature and the wildlife. Nicknamed as the “Land of Blue Skies”, Mongolia’s untamed beauty captivates travelers. To the south lies the Gobi desert, home to double-humped camels. Trek through the vast landscape on foot or by horseback. End your day at a tradition ger, the round tents that echo the days of the nomads and create a truly authentic Mongolian travel experience.
Travelers who thrive off of experiencing a new culture can fully immerse themselves in the Mongolian lifestyle. Chinggis Khaan’s (Ghenis Khan) legacy is still ever-present in the nomad’s day-to-day lifestyle. The people are welcoming and eager to share their culture with travelers. Experience herding sheep first-hand or experience the Naadam Festival in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar in July. Your Advisor can plan a trip to Mongolia tailored to your needs and interests.