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The beautifull sites of Mongolia

Tsagaan Suvarga (White Stupa)

Tsagaan Suvarga, 90 degree of straight, consists of many colors of clay deposits. It is located junction of middle gobi and south gobi provinces. Having 10 million years history, the cliff indicates different times by its colored layers. In ancient times there was a big sea, after dried up the sea, this area became a valley with many glacis and escarpments


This valley is a beautiful combination of gobi landscape, rocks, taluses, hills and some saxual forests. Many rare archeological and historical finds have been found here. This place is populer with the name ,, Flaming Cliffs'' in the world because some American archeologists called so when they were in the Gobi in 1922. The hills in Bayanzag look like burning hills when sun sets. Many populer finds from Bayanzag show that the place was home of ancient people and animals. Some dinosaur skeletaions and eggs dated back to Cretaceous Age including ankylosaurus and tarbasaurus have found here. Those finds are being exhibited in Natural History Museum of USA.

Canyon of Yol (Vulture Mouth)

This is a beautiful deep canyon with many rocky cliffs and it has been created by many years of water erosion. No sun appears in bottom of the canyon during winters because it has tall and steep rocky walls. The canyon keeps some ice until August. There are some rare animals like ibexes, martens and snow leopards as well as valtures, eagles, hawks and falcons around this canyon.

Khongor Sand Dunes

This is one of the biggest sand massifs in Mongolia, wich covers 180 km long area. Movement of Khongor sand (sand slip) makes unique sounds. The sounds have been variously described as singing, whistling, squeaking, roaring and booming. To stand before an enormous, gleaming white sand dune and realize that all of this was oncean ancient lake bed or coastel plain is quite astonishing.

Tsonjin Boldog (Statue of Genghis Khan)

The statue of Genghis Khan is 40m high (131 feet), made of stainless steel and was erected in 2008. The base of 36 columns is said to represent the 36 great Khaans (Mongol kings) with the entrance gate to the complex being decorated with statues of the nine generals (noyons) of Genghis Khan. It is said that the statue is located where Genghis Khan found the golden whip that inspired his future conquests (one legend states that he found the golden whip when he was travelling to the Khereid tribe to ask for help. Genghis felt this was a message from Tenger (the god of the Eternal Blue Sky) and it motivated him to achieve his wish of becoming ruler of the Mongol clans). This is the largest statue on a horse in the world. It is beautifully done and surrounded by the mountains makes it a picture-perfect visit. You can go up on top of the horse and get a great panoramic view of the area.

Khuvsgul Lake

Deepest and freshest lake not only in Mongolia but also in Central Asia. According to the researchers, the deepest point is 262 m and the freshness reaches at 22.9 m in the center of the lake. Khuvsgul Lake contains 93.6% of total surface fresh water of Mongolia and 1% of world fresh water. Khuvsgul Lake is suurounded by beautiful high mountains of the Khoridol Saridag and the Bayan Mountain Rangers, along the west shore.

Ulaanbaatar City

Ulaanbaatar is the capital of Mongolia. It is located in the valley of the Tuul River on the edge of the Bogd Khan Uul National Park. Ulaanbaatar was originally a center of Buddhist nomads and became a permanent settlement in the 18th century. Under Soviet rule, a religious purge took place in the 20th century. Buildings from the Soviet era, museums in the remaining active monasteries and a lively fusion of traditional and modern lifestyles are typical of the city of the present. The Mongolian goat cashmere is the most famous in the world. Because the hair of the Mongolian goats living on the grassland is the softest. From cashmere hometown to Ulaanbaatar city, you can make a shopping tour at factory price.

Baga Gazriin Chuluu Mountain

Baga Gazriin Stone, 15 km long and 10 km wide stone massif. Wild sheep, ibexes, mammals, rare rodents and birds are seen here. Surtiin Am is one of many beautiful and eye-catching places in Baga Gazriin stone massif. This is narrow canyon with different trees, namely, asp, birch, white wicker and elm tree, as well as ruin of a stone temple and site of two yurts where Buddhist monks lived and meditated since the 17th century. According to scientists, 64 tombs and tumuli dated back to Khunnu tribe (2200 BC) have been found around Baga gazriin stone.

Uran Togoo

Those dormant volcanoes are located near the main road from Murun town to Bulgan town, and separated 6 to 7 km each other. The volcanoes were active in the 3rd to 4h geological periods and Uran volcano was exploded 20-25 thousand years ago last time. Those mountains are unevenly covered by larch trees and the larch forest is still increasing recent years. Apart from larch, there also asp, poplar, birch and elm tree. Uran (Burkheer) mountain: It has 1688.2 m absolute altitude and 188.2 m relative altitudes. There is a lake surrounded by forest along north and south sides, and the lake is 20 m wide and 1.5 m deep.

Tsenkher Hot Spring

It is a natural hot spring called 'Tsenkher', which is 480 km away from Ulaanbaatar City. Tsenkher Hot Spring is a ground water that emerges from the ground. It is physically and chemically naturally special water which is different from ordinary water. Mongolians, especially the elderly, have long enjoyed the hot spring for the purpose of treating the disease. If you take a bath once in a hot spring, the disease will not be cured immediately, but you should stay in the bath for a long time.

Ongi Monastery

Very colorful monastery with a sad history ... It begins with the communist era, when religious was almost impossible.Ongi temple and monastery ruins are located on the hillside just before the secret of ongi resort. Not much is left of the monastery and there are only 2 monks that reside at the temple. The ruined monastery of Ongi Temple lies on the banks of the Ongiin River and it’s the halfway point between the two major travel destinations-the South Gobi and Karakorum. It was destroyed by the communist purges of the 1930s and is being restored by the residing monks. It is an important centre in the region before it was destroyed. Founded in 1660, it was one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia and housed over 1000 monks at its height. Over 200 monks were killed, and many surviving monks were imprisoned or forcibly laicized and conscripted into the Communist controlled army.

Elsen Tasarkhai

Elsen Tasarkhai is a part of the Mongol Els sand dunes, that continues 80 km long 5 km wide across Burd, Bulgan and Gurvanbulag soums of Uvurkhangai province. It is located 280 km west of Ulaanbaatar and 80 km east of Karakorum - the ancient Mongolian capital. The area is surrounded by sand dunes, hills covered with rare bushes and a small forest near a river. Together this presents a unique combination of Mongolian mountains, forests and Gobi-type landscape in one location. Local people call this sand dunes Duut mankhan (Singing sand). This stopover destination can be conveniently combined with the excursion to Khogno Khan Mountain for sightseeing of the Erdene Khamba Monastery ruins, which is only 18 km north from Elsen Tasarkhai. Also travel on horses and camels proposed by tourist camps this area.

Orkhon Valley

The Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape lies in the central part of Mongolia, 360km southwest of Ulaanbaatar. The valley is rich with archaeological remains, historic monuments, and cultural findings. You can explore sites with historical significance like Orkhon inscriptions, Ruins of Khar Balgas, Karakorum, Erdene Zuu Monastery, Tuvkhun Monastery and so on. Home for centuries to major political, trade, cultural and religious activities of successive nomadic empires, the Orkhon Valley served as a crossroads of civilizations, linking East and West across the vast Eurasian landmass. The earliest evidence of human occupancy dates back to 40,000 – 15,000 years ago, the valley was continuously occupied throughout the prehistoric and bronze ages and early historic times, was settled successively by the Huns, Turkic peoples, the Uighurs, the Kidans, and finally the Mongols. Besides all the historic and cultural sights, you can also enjoy beautiful Orkhon Waterfall and camp on the banks of the Orkhon River.

Khustai nuruu national park

Khustain Nuruu is a beautiful National Park in Tuv province, one of the well-known and prestigious special protected areas in Mongolia. It is also known as Hustai National Park and located approximately 100 km west of Ulaanbaatar. The park was created as a place for the Takhi (Przewalski Horse) to be re-introduced back into Mongolia in 1992, where it had become extinct in the wild. They hide out high in the hills during the day, but in the evening they come down to the Tuul River which runs through the park. If you are looking for a spot relatively close to Ulaanbaatar, where you can see some primitive and unspoiled terrain, this is a place you shouldn't miss.

Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake

As for Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake, it was created when the Khorgo volcano erupted and the lake covers 61 square km. This freshwater lake has over 20 species of fish including pike, lenok, perch, common carp and sturgeon. There is a small island in the middle of the lake and migrating birds nest over there specially brant geese. The lake is great for fishing and bird watching. Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake National Park was established in 1965 to protect only the Khorgo volcano, but in 1995, the Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake was included in the protected area. In this remote location, you will have a chance to unwind and enjoy the attractive wildlife.

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