Mongolia Attractions - is it the secret history of the Mongols or
undiscovered tomb of Genghis Khan? Or is it its nomadic culture that has
not changed much even into the twenty first century? Or is it its
untapped natural resources that attracts investors? What do you think why Mongolia is getting so much attention nowadays? What are your interests in Mongolia?
If you follow Google Alerts, there is not a single day without Mongolia hitting headlines in the news. The main attention is on its fastest growing economy due to natural resources, young democracy and cultural tourism. Whatever it is, we desire to help people to get to know Mongolia better, deeper and hopefully fall in love with Mongolia.
Mongolia is a very unique place with vast open fields that stretch as far as your eyes can see. As you see on the following pictures, in the outbacks of Mongolia you will encounter more sheep, goats and other animals than people. And yet, it's one of the fastest growing economies in Asia where half of the population of the country is in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar.
- Ancient history of the Mongols who built the biggest land empire
- Getaway places in Mongolia where every visitor must go
- Facts about Mongolian people, wildlife and nature
- Fun things to do for adventurers and naturalists
- News and events to keep you up to date with a life of Mongolia
- Nomadic culture of the Mongols is once in lifetime unique experience.
Nomads in Mongolia preserved their unique culture to this day. They are known by their warm hospitality that
extends to anybody, especially, to the travelers from far away countries. You will be the most welcome guest and you do not
have to call or make appointments or reservations to visit them. Just make a surprise visit.
To enjoy their hospitality you will need the basics of Mongolian language and knowledge of the culture. You will have the first hand experience with one of the ancient cultures in 21st century. We are proud to present true Mongolian culture and customs. You must make every effort to see authentic Mongolian culture in everyday lives of nomadic people.