Mongolia has a whole array of exotic birds. Bring your scope and your birding book.
I didn't see too many basketball hoops in Mongolia but this one caught my eye.
You'll never go hungry in Mongolia with one of these.
You can find snow all year around in some parts of Mongolia.
Better know as a Yurt but that's not the name used in Mongolia.
Rhymes with 'air'
Once you hear this, it will change your life.
Yes, they have dinosaur fossils. There's a place called the flaming cliffs that has fossils all over the place.
It can be bumpy but the vistas are worth every bump.
Those are the ones with two humps vs. the single hump dromedary camels.
It's quite an amazing city!
Mongolia derives much of its Buddhism from Tibetan Buddhism of the Gelug and Kagyu lineages
Just come back before dark.
You'll see some incredible reflections like this one.
Our drivers were letting off some steam here.
All in a days work...
Resting up for the next journey
This was a dream like experience.
Or skip stones across the lake.
Where is Mongolia located on the world map? Mongolia is located in the Eastern Asia and lies between latitudes 46° 0' N, and longitudes 105° 00' E.
Looks great, right? So where is this place?
This dynamic and young city called Ulaanbaatar is the capital city of Mongolia. Sometimes called Ulan Bator, the city is something of a paradox being a capit...
Mongolia is land of vast region of desert, endless steppes, mountains, sparkling lakes, glorious river and rolling hills all mix up together. It's no coincidence that ...
Beautiful views over Mongolia
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Open to the Western world since 1990, the 'Land of Blue Sky' is one of the few places on earth where travellers can tread on undiscovered ground and e