18 Day Mongolia Overall Tour
Mongols are historically a nomadic people, and thus many of their cultural symbols reflect nomadic life. The horse is probably the most central part of Mongolian culture. Our tour combines the Khuvsgul lake, Central Mongolia an amazing highlights; most interesting national Parks, lost imperial capital of Karakorum registered with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, come discover a land of legends. You know that Mongolia is a country of endless blue sky, pristine nature, and vast open steppes. Also, let’s not forget the nomads who are some of the most hospitable people on earth. They live in harmony with the nature herding their five kinds of animals. Overall, Mongolia is a vast country of natural beauty and nomadic culture. Through its diversity, every part of Mongolia has plenty of various activities and sceneries to offer all kinds of travelers. It is a county you can see arid and flat Gobi desert, sand dunes, steppes, mountainous areas, forests, big lakes.