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Mongolia

Rugged, untouched and vast, Mongolia is an adventure destination like no other. Traverse across it’s wide-open plains and endless deserts, discovering pristine lakes all under a canopy of cobalt blue skies. Mongolia is truly a unique destination!

Land of the Eternal Blue Sky

Mongolia’s sweeping countryside, deep-rooted history and centuries old traditions make for the perfect “get off the grid” experience.

Lose yourself in the vastness of the majestic Gobi desert as you discover one of the most unique and remote vestiges of Asia. Vast steppes, rugged mountains, clear lakes and abundant wildlife, all make for a genuine wilderness experience.

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People, food and culture

From before Genghis Khan’s times the Mongol’s life is deep rooted in their nomadic culture with a whopping 40% of the population following their livestock and moving 2-3 times a year. Interacting with these nomads is a unique experience that will take you back to the roots of an ancient civilization.

Given the prevalence of livestock in Mongolia, a majority of their traditional dishes involve Tsagaan Idee, or Dairy. The summer-time drink Airag and Shimiin Arkhi (White Vodka) are just a few authentic drinks that are a must-try!

The country is also home to some of the most ancient and exciting traditions- whether it is the Naadam festival that is a celebration of their independence, or the Golden Eagle Festival that involves traditional games. The latter celebrates age-old Kazakh traditions and begins with a parade of eagle hunters on horseback, displaying their elaborate hunting costumes and accessories. The eagles are judged for their speed and agility as they are released from a cliff and swoop down to the waiting arms of hunters below.

  • Languages spoken:

    Mongolian

  • Fun Fact

    Amazingly, about 40% Mongolians still live in their centuries-old national dwelling, the Ger!

  • One reason you should go here

    Where else in the world could you learn to go eagle hunting and partake in ancient games practiced by generations of hunters and warriors.

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