Have you got a spare 23.07 minutes? Turn off the television, put down your Kindle or your PS4 and immerse yourself in the diverse landscapes of Mongolia.
Photographer Denis Frantsousov has put together over 100,000 images taken over 40 days of travel.
If you find the video as inspiring as I do, why not make 2015 the year to visit Mongolia? Why? On 26 June 2014, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Mongolia announced that 42 countries would be exempt from requiring a Mongolian visa for up to 30 days of travel.
That’s on top of the following arrangements already in place:
USA – 90 Days, Canada – 30 Days, Georgia – 90 Days, Germany – 30 Days, Hong Kong – 14 Days, Israel – 30 Days, Japan – 30 Days, Kazakhstan – 90 Days, Kyrgystan – 90 Days, Macao – 90 Days, Malaysia – 30 Days, Philippines – 21 Days, Serbia – 90 Days, Singapore – 14 Days, Thailand – 30 Days, Turkey – 30 Days and Ukraine – 90 Days.
But, for those additional 42 countries the arrangement is only valid until December 31st 2015. So if the video fires your imagination and your spirit of adventure why not have a look at the Eternal Landscapes website and see how we can inspire you in 2015?!
Winter community events at the Nogoon Nuur Community Project in the ger districts of Ulaanbaatar. Once a quarry. Then a waste dump. Now a thriving space for families and children of the ger districts. The vision of Mongolian philanthropist Ulzii.