Travel to Mongolia, the land of pure charm and beauty
Distant, exotic, infinite and deeply spiritual. This is Mongolia, in the heart of Asia, between lakes and rivers, icy deserts and bushy steppes, plateaus, fertile valleys and high, majestic mountains. An unexplored and mostly unknown, traveling canvas of landscapes of unparalleled natural beauty, original and imaginative myths and legends of the Mongolian imagination and authentic nomadic tradition, Mongolia manages to generate the most unexpected travel impressions.
From the Altai Mountains of wild natural beauty to the majestic Kanga Kendi Mountains and the scorching slopes of the Bayanzag and from the icy Gobi Desert to the waters of Lake Ubs Noor, Mongolia hides vast expanses of steppes and lush landscapes which take your breath away. And as the Erdene Zuu Khiid Monastery in Karakorum and the Gadan Khiid Monastery in Ulaanbaatar overflow with Buddhist spirituality, which for centuries has nurtured the philosophy of the nomadic people, the traditional yurt tents will find refuge in the warm, hospitable Mongolian heart, the Nalaikk with the giant statue of Jenkins Khan, will pour the soul of the great mercenary, galloping proudly with its wild arrow to the vast steppes of the hinterland, scattering, everywhere, the majestic power of proud and indomitable Mongolia.
- It is obligatory to present a negative Covid – 19 virus test upon entering the country
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