In today’s rapidly changing world, Mongolia is considered one
of the few travel destinations that can offer travelers beautiful
scenery, untouched landscapes, and ancient customs and traditions that have been preserved for centuries.
Mongolia is hidden deep in the heart of Asia between Russia and China.
The country is known as a remote and sparsely populated land, full of wonders of Mongolia’s unique scenery,
simple nomadic lifestyle and hospitality, which has not changed much over the past millennium.
Mongolia and its endless steppes, massive sloping mountains, clear lakes and rivers provide a variety of activities for amateur adventurers interested in exploring nomadic
culture and experts with a special adventure dream in mind. One of the few places left that Mongolia does not need special revitalization for the tourism industry.
Mongolia offers unparalleled hospitality to explorers. Gobi Desert, Khosgol Lake and Khangai, Ghent Mountains are the real home of breathtaking natural wonders.
Facts about Mongolia
Mongolia is a marvelous country where you can witness an exceptional merger of the ancient culture and mother land of Chinggis Khaan . Mongolia is the only country which has nomadic life style and nomadic way of living. This is land of blue sky and untouched wild nature.
In today’s fast changing world, Mongolia is considered as one of the few travel destinations that can offer travelers a beautiful, unspoiled landscapes, ancient customs and traditions which have been kept for centuries
Mongolia is located hidden deep in the heart of Asia between Russia and China. The country is best known as a remote, sparsely populated land, full with wonders of the Mongolian unique scenery, simple nomadic lifestyle and hospitality, little changed through the past millennium.
Mongolia and it’s endless steppes, massive ranging mountains, crystal clear lakes and rivers provide variety of activities for both the amateur adventurers interested in exploring the nomadic culture and the experts who have specific dream of adventure in mind.One of the few remaining places where a living history needs no special revival for the tourism industry, Mongolia offers explorers unrivalled hospitality.The Gobi Desert, Khovsgol Lake and Khangai, Khentii Mountain ranges are real home of breathtaking natural wonders
Facts and Knowledge of Mongolia
Mongolia is a landlocked country in Northeast Asia and neighboring China with 4,673 km in the south and the Russian Federation with 3485 km in the north. The total land area is 1,566 million square kilometers, which is approximately 1 square kilometer per 1.6 people and is the 18th largest country in the world. Mongolia is larger than Britain, Germany, France and Italy.
Mongolia covers a wide range of lands, including mountains, grassy steppes and vast deserts. Most of the northern and western parts of the country are mountainous or hilly pastures. The Gobi Desert occupies most of the southern and eastern regions. The country is landlocked, and although there are lakes and streams in certain areas, the combination of land and water scarcity means that very little of the land is arable.
Climate: Average summer temperature + 20 ° C, average winter temperature -26 ° C, average rainfall 200-220 mm.
Winter lasts from November to late April, spring from May to June, summer from July to September.
Mongolia has 136 species of mammals, approximately 400 different species of birds and 76 species of fish.
Mongolia is a land-locked country in the North-East Asia bordering China with 4.673 km in the south and Russian Federation with 3485 km in the north. The total territory of the country is 1.566 million square kilometers making approximately 1 square kilometers per 1.6 persons and 18th largest country in the world. The territory of Mongolia is larger than territories of Great Britain, Germany France & Italy together
Mongolia encompasses a wide range of terrain, with mountains, grassy steppes, and vast flat desert. Most of the north and west of the country is mountainous or hilly grasslands; the Gobi Desert takes up most of the south and the east. The country is land-locked, and although there are lakes and streams in certain areas, the combination of the terrain and low water supply means that a very small percent of the land is arable
Average summer temperature +20’C, average winter temperature -26’C, average rainfall 200-220 mm. Winter lasts from November to late April, Spring from May through June, Summer from July through September
Mongolia has 136 mammal species, almost 400 different types of birds and 76 species of fish