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Mongolian Naadam Festival

The Naadam Festival is the most important, biggest event and holiday of Mongolians. The main festival is held in the capital Ulaanbaatar, although other provinces and small towns across Mongolia have their own, smaller scale Naadam celebrations. It is three manly sports: wrestling, archery and horse racing.

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Hiking in Khustai National Park

Khustai was established in 2003. Unique wild horse – Takhi reintroduction project at Khustai National Park started in 1992. When this natural reserve was created in 1992, it covered an area of 506 square kilometres (195 square miles). Then, in 1998, it became a national park covering an area of 500 square kilometres (193 square […]

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Horseback adventure to Eight lakes

This 8-days trip covers Central Mongolian’s most iconic places: include Khustai National Park, Semi Gobi, ancient capital of Mongolian Empire-Kharakhorum, Orkhon Valley -UNESCO World Natural Heritage and one of the wildest destinations. This trip created for horseback adventurers. Eight lakes were created by volcanic activities. It is locked between several extinct volcanoes and high mountain […]

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Wonders of Northern Mongolia

North of Khangai is the mountainous Khuvsgul region- and yet another one of Mongolian’s many scenic personalities. Defined by the 3.000-meter-high Sayan Range along Russian border, this region has s real taste of Siberia, with densely forested taiga that is home to Reindeer People. To south the landscape turns to wooded steppe, swampland, lakes and […]

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Golden Eagle Festival & Stay in Eagle hunter family

Authentic eagle-hunting is only done during the winter months when the snow covers helps the birds spot fleeing prey – it also when the prey has thick winter coats that are used to make warm clothing.  After the first snow, the hunters ride out in search of game on horseback, wandering amidst the rugged landscape […]

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