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What nomadic people really do?

byNone 2013.11.19

As we know people in the city do the same things even we have four seasons. They get up, go to the work, back home and sleep, of course sometimes do some entrainment. But in the countryside it is totally different. They rely on what the weather is.

                In the summer:

Summer is the most pleasant season for herders. However they have lot to do as long as they’re looking after their livestock. This time they prepare dairy products cheese, aaruul (dried yogurt) etc, which they’re going to eat in the cold winter. In addition they save meat ...

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The Gobi is home of dinosaur fossils

byadmin 2012.5.2

Mongolia is one of the few countries in the world rich in dinosaur fossils. In the Gobi we have discovered many finds such as Stone age tools, Bronze age memorials, Turkic burial mounds, weapons and coins from Chinggis Khaan era, also Chinese plastic items. The most valuable and ancient finds are dinosaur fossils. It is amazing that 80 million year dinosaur fossils have been well preserved. The Gobi nomad believed that bones were of dragons, legendary creatures commonly known among the oriental peoples. Gobi’s most famous and dramatic sight is the Bayanzag Flamming cliffs, where dinasaur researchers made one ...

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Amarbayasgalant monastery

byhaliunaa 2012.5.1

Location: N49 23.736 - E105 05.124. Selenge province, 137 miles ATCF northwest of Ulaanbaatar, or 221 miles one - way by road. About six miles before Darkhan turn left at N49 22.770 - E 105 54.904 on the well  marked toll road to Erdene. After about forty - three miles, at N 49 12.819 - E 104 59.134, turn right on a sign - posted dirt road. Amarbayasgalant is nineteen miles north ATCF. These are several gers and small guest houses for rent beside the monastery, and exellent camping spots in the wooded area along the Even River to the ...

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Two Korean ladies' tour in Mongolia

byadmin 2012.4.24

We offer one day trips to our clients who come to Mongolia on business. On March 27th two Korean ladies called us and inquired that they wanted to have one day tour. We immediately prepared for their tour and after 2 hours picked them up at the hotel which they stayed. At lunch time we got Mongol Nomad camp where you can feel real nomadic life. Probably that’s why they told me that they wouldn’t leave Mongolia and wanted to stay forever in countryside herein. So please have a look at the pictures below how did they ...

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Mongolian Climate

byadmin 2012.4.24

Mongolia lies in the temperature zone and has four extremely continental seasons: that is, hot summer and very cold winter. The country is situated at the heart of the central Asian continental, far from seas and oceans, in the lee of surrounding high mountains- all factors that contribute to its dry climate. It has about 250sunny days a year; as a result, Mongolia is called "Land of the blue sky". All of season, you will feel like on top of the world.

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