All Mongolia Destinations
An ancient sea bed Mongolian Gobi is the one of beautiful place to visit in Mongolia and National Geographic Travel's one of most reccommended top travel destinations in the world. Semi desert landscape-Gobi occupies whole territory of Southern Mongolia.
Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Central Asian Mongol Nomads. With residents of 1.3 million, capital city Ulaanbaatar itself, the living place for almost 40% of total population of Mongolia. The political, cultural, industrial and international and domestic transportation center of the country, the general base for all business and development and it is the natural headquarter of all major travels to the countryside. Connected by highway to all the major towns in Mongolia and by rail to the Trans-Siberian railroad systems.
Most recommended tour destination places - nature landscapes, national parks, historical sites, ancient ruins, burial monuments, monasteries and religious places are located in territory of Central Mongolia, that makes Central Mongolia absolutely highlight destination route for traveling through Mongolia.
Untouched, unexplored and mysterious travel destination of Eastern Mongolia is the Birthplace of Great Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan), who ruled the world in XIII century. The land of well respected high mountains, taiga forests, wide open steppe-grassland, many rivers, lakes, all places are written in world history of XIII century.
Great adventure destination Northern Mongolia is so unique place to visit when you come to Mongolia for lifetime memory, you will never forget.
Southern Mongolia means, Legendary Mongolian Gobi Desert. The Gobi landscape tells ancient story, that comes from the time of dinosaur era and more beyond.
The most remote region of the country, that includes many National Parks, Strictly Protected areas, Nature Reserves, Nature Monuments, also home to the highest mountain Altai Mountain Range, Khuiten peak(4374 m), biggest saltwater lake Uvs Lake Basin (inscribed in "UNESCO World heritage sites" in 2003) and many smaller lakes, mountains, rivers, forests, and steppe.