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Top Destinations

The attraction and activities for tourists in Mongolia relate to the natural environment, historic features and cultural heritage. Also Mongolians have been nomad pastoralists since ancient times. Mongolia is one of the few countries with a unique and reasonably untouched natural environment, thanks to an environmentally protective culture and nomadic style of life. W2M has 7 top destinations. Such as Altay, Khentii, Ulaanbaatar, Terelj, Kuvsgul, Gobi Desert, Hustai and Karakorum .

The Mongol Altay, the most picturesque and largest mountain range, is one of three great ranges that dominate the total mountainous regions of Mongolia. It has many summits reaching 4000 meters above sea level and it stretches for 900 km from the north-western part of the country to the south, through the territories of Bayan-Ulgii and Hovd provinces. Over 20 peaks are capped with eternal snow in the Altay mountain range.
The native land of Genghis Khan, Khan Khentii is covered with forests, taiga, and mountain forest steppe. Khentii is named after the impressive Khan Khentii Mountain Range, which is part of the giant 1.2 million hectare Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area. Almost totally uninhabited remote wilderness area of Khan Khentii Mountains, the historical places, that were mentioned in the 13th century.The Secret History of Mongol, including the birthplace of Genghis Khaan, and the endless verdant grassland of the Eastern Plains.

Ulaanbaatar, capital of Mongolia, is located on the Tuul River and the bank of the Tuul River and surrounded by majestic mountains. The combination of these pine covered mountains, vast public squares, Buddhist temples, and bustling marketplaces give it a rustic charm.

Located 70 kilometers north east of Ulaanbaatar, Gorkh-Terelj National Park is one of Mongolia`s most popular destination. Gorkh-Terelj National Park is in Khentii mountain range and borders the Khan Khentii mountain Strictly protected.

Known as The Dark Blue Pearl, Lake Huvsgul is Mongolia`s largest and deepest lake. Located in the northernmost province, it is the largest tributary stream of Lake Baykal Russia. Huvsgul is 1645 m above sea level and is frozen from January until April or May. A ferry-boat operates between Khatgal and Khankh, two towns on the southern and southern shores of the lake that are within the boundaries of the Huvsgul National Park.

The Gobi Desert is in the heart of Mongolia and is the destination of many who really want to experience Mongolia. It is the habitat of the rarest animals and a unique natural landscape.

The symbolic ruins of Karakorum, the ancient capital city of Mongolia is one of the most popular travel destinations along with Erdenezuu Monastery, the second largest Buddhist monastery in the country. Karakorum city was established in 1220 and served as the capital city of Mongolia for 140 years.

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