Wild Mongolia (2006)
Mix up the vast landscapes of the Gobi, the snowcapped mountains of Bayan-Olgi and the dramatic gorges and sparkling lakes of Khovsgol. Sprinkle in the felt homes of the nomad and the cry of an eagle. Add Buddhist temples, mysterious ruins, abundant wildlife and legendary hospitality. Then top it all off with a conqueror who started with nothing and ended up changing history. Source: http://www.travelguide.co.cc/trip-ideas/introducing-mongolia
Date Added: 10 years ago.
One of the most stunning, untouched landscapes on Earth is found in the heartland of Asia: stretching from the impenetrable forests of Siberia in the North to the Chinese wall in the South and touching the horizon in the distance. And here, a huge variety of rare animal species are found under its deep blue sky. Mongolia is the last great wilderness. It covers 1.564.116 sq km, that is slightly bigger than Alaska. It has a small population of people, vast empty steppes and a breathtaking desert. It is a land of immense natural wealth, of huge herds of antelopes, enormous flocks of geese and cranes. There are bearded vultures and golden eagles, Lenok and Taimen, the two big Mongolian salmonids, and most wonderful of all, the Mongolian Wild Horse.
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