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In the west of Karakorum, you can explore the Orkhon Valley and its many natural wonders, visit and marvel at the spectacular views of the mountains, rivers, lakes, mountains and forests of Mongolia. Two important historical pearls are located in the area of this country: the ancient city of Mongolia. Sources: 2


Karakorum - Erdenezuu temple

Gorkhi - Terelj National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mongolia and the largest national park in the world. Much of this area is covered by steppes, grasslands and mountain ranges, including the Altai and Khangai Mountains. The park's vast valleys and rugged hills can be crossed on foot, on horseback or by car through the pine-covered mountains. Sources: 2, 3

The capital Ulan Bator often referred to as Ulan Bator Mongolia, is located in southern Mongolia, if you look at the map of Mongolia. When we talk about the diversity of the country's nature, the Mongolian desert occupies its southern parts. The Gobi Desert in Mongolia is the largest in Asia and is sometimes chosen for adventurous day-trippers. Sources: 3


This ancient country is best known in the Western world as the birthplace of Genghis Khan, the leader of the Mongolian tribes, who ruthlessly built a great Asian empire in the 13th century. Mongolia's capital, Ulaanbaatar, has changed a lot since the days of Genghis Khan, but the country remains home to nomadic shepherds riding camels and horses and living in felt tents called ger. Those who travel to Mongolia will probably first arrive in Ulan Bator, a small town in southern Mongolia with about 1.5 million inhabitants. Sources: 1


Most travellers will stay in Ulaanbaatar to see some of the capital's highlights and see the natural wonders and historic sites. Since Mongolia is too big to see all of them in one trip, travellers should consider the number of natural wonder sites they might want to see. Sources: 0, 1


Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, is located in the north - in the centre of the country, while the Gobi Desert spreads to the south. Sources: 0. Nearly half of Mongols live in the capital, which has gained a reputation for its oppressive air pollution that clouds its skies, especially in winter. Mongolia is the 18th largest country in the world, but with only 3 million inhabitants it is one of the least populated nations on earth. Overall, Mongolia is a very dry country, and the almost continuous blue sky helps you feel at the height of the world. Sources: 0, 6


In the last decades of the twentieth century, the last place in the world opened its doors, and with air travel and the advantage of the Internet, Mongolia is practically a step away. The main focus of Mongolian tourism is on the places connected with Genghis Khan, such as the ancient city of Ulan Bator, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important tourist attraction. Sources: 6


For this reason, many tourists decide to add some time to their trip to Mongolia, which starts in May and sometimes lasts until September. Summer, which includes a short spring and early autumn, is the peak season for tourists in Mongolia, as long as the weather is good. Travellers pass Lake Baikal, in the case of Russia Siberia, and then change to the Trans-Mongolian Railway to reach Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia and an important tourist destination. Sources: 3, 6


If you ask yourself where Mongolia is, the answer lies in East Asia, which borders China and Russia, with the exception of a small part of the country to the northeast of Mongolia. Sources: 3


The history of Mongolia since the 13th century, when the Mongols took over the world, and then again in the late 14th and early 15th centuries. Sources: 5


Bogd Khan Uul National Park is located just outside Ulaanbaatar and is a great place for horse trekking that does not require a long day's travel. Follow in the footsteps of Genghis Khan and experience the past in the National Museum. Another cool place to visit is the "Genghis Khan Statue," which can easily be combined with a trip to Terelj National Park. Sources: 4, 5


The Altai Tavan Bogd National Park has some of the most beautiful snow-capped rocky peaks in the world and the drive-through it is an absolutely breathtaking experience. Sources: 4



You will see golden eagles floating in the air and ride through the mountains and valleys of Altai Tavan Bogd National Park. Inner Mongolia presents various landscapes, including mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers and even a large number of lakes and rivers. Most parts of Inner Mongolia are inhabited and you will ride on the back of a horse, on horseback or even by mountain bike through some of the most beautiful landscapes of Mongolia. Sources: 4, 7


This will definitely provide you with wonderful and unforgettable travel experience and there are major festivals in Inner Mongolia that offer unique Mongolian customs. The best time to visit Inner Mongolia is during the summer months when the temperatures are not particularly hot and the grasslands are very beautiful with green, lush grasses.

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