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Mongolia

The land of Genghis Khan is a place filled with history, a land of dust and deafening silence, horizons that seem to expand impossibly under skies that have never known light pollution. It is a place where it is easy – and even advisable – to get lost, yet it is one that holds surprisingly florid and fascinating natural settings.

Riding a camel across the Gobi Desert dotted with the remains of dinosaurs, crossing the immense steppes with the wind at your back, coming into contact with the unique viewpoint of Mongolia’s nomadic populations, observing the Tavan Bogd massif, and taking in the panorama of Lake Uvs Nuur, a World Heritage Site, are experiences bound to appeal to the most attentive and inquisitive travellers.

  • © Nomadic Expeditions
  • © Nomadic Expeditions
  • © Nomadic Expeditions
  • © Nomadic Expeditions
  • © Nomadic Expeditions

Mongolia

The land of Genghis Khan is a place filled with history, a land of dust and deafening silence, horizons that seem to expand impossibly under skies that have never known light pollution. It is a place where it is easy – and even advisable – to get lost, yet it is one that holds surprisingly florid and fascinating natural settings.

Riding a camel across the Gobi Desert dotted with the remains of dinosaurs, crossing the immense steppes with the wind at your back, coming into contact with the unique viewpoint of Mongolia’s nomadic populations, observing the Tavan Bogd massif, and taking in the panorama of Lake Uvs Nuur, a World Heritage Site, are experiences bound to appeal to the most attentive and inquisitive travellers.