Welcome to our Mongolia Travel Blog

Written by Jess – the founder of Eternal Landscapes Mongolia. This is your informal introduction to our Mongolia. Use it for inspiration. Dip into it to discover more. And get in touch with any questions you may have!
July 20, 2018
One of our wild picnics on top of Chichee Uul in Mongolia's Khovsgol Nuur National Park. The view is remarkable!

Mongolia’s Khovsgol Nuur National Park – Your Informal Guide

When you think of Mongolia what do you think of? Nomads, horses, wrestlers, Chinggis Khan, gers, wide open steppe … and maybe mutton? What about a […]
July 16, 2018
A female camel herder in Mongolia's Gobi Desert

Gobi Explorer – Discover Mongolia’s Gobi Desert

The Gobi. No need to put ‘desert’ after it as in Mongolian ‘Говь’ is the word for desert. The Gobi is the fifth largest desert in the […]
July 15, 2018
Young jockeys heading for the finish line of one of Mongolia's Naadam Festival horse races

Mongolian Horse Racing – Your Introduction

There’s horse racing. And then there’s Mongolian horse racing – specifically  the horse races of the Naadam Festival. Horse races in Mongolia are a test of speed, stamina […]
July 14, 2018
Archery at Mongolia's Naadam Festival

Your guide to Mongolian archery

Mongolian archery is one of the ‘three manly sports’ of Mongolia’s Naadam Festival. However, I feel that archery is the least understood of the three and […]
July 12, 2018
Mongolian wrestlers doing their famous 'eagle dance' prior to competing

Your Guide To Naadam Mongolian Wrestling

Naadam (Eriin Gurvan Naadam to give it its full title) is here. If you’ve heard of the Three Manly Games then you’ve heard of Naadam.  Naad […]
June 27, 2018
Mongolian gers in the wide open steppe landscape of Mongolia

Your quick guide to the real Mongolia

Here at EL, my team are Mongolian. From east, west, north and south. From the Gobi, from the flat eastern grasslands, from the snow-capped Altai, from […]
June 16, 2018
Two Mongolian Wild Ass (Khulan) in Mongolia's southern Gobi

Conservation And Research Expedition – Gobi Desert

Experience Mongolia differently on our conservation and research trip – in collaboration with the Mongolian Association Goviin Khulan NGO. Our 2019 dates are now confirmed. We offer […]
June 11, 2018

How would you spend a day in Mongolia?

Whilst we’d always advise anyone going to Mongolia to spend far more than one day in this remarkable country, if 24 hours is all that you’ve […]
June 6, 2018
An image showcasing the partnership beteen Water-to-Go and Eternal Landscapes Mongolia

World Environment Day with Eternal Landscapes Mongolia

Tuesday 5th June 2018 marks World Environment Day . The hashtag is #beatplasticpollution. With the slogan, ‘if you can’t reuse it, refuse it.’ These world environment […]
May 30, 2018

Be Part Of Our Untamed Mongolia Small Group Adventure

What are you doing towards the end of July? Looking for something just that little bit different? It’s called Untamed Mongolia and it’s our 23-day June […]
May 21, 2018
Families add one or two additional layers of felt to their ger in winter. With the central stove and this additional felt, it makes the nucleus of the ger a very warm and comfortable environment to be in

Hear first-hand how our Winter travellers loved their tour

Even though the thought of travelling to Mongolia during winter might make you feel cold, trust me, it’s an incredible experience. You will get to see […]
May 20, 2018
A harem of wild Takhi / Przewalski horse (Equus przewalskii) grazing at Khustain Nuruu National Park in central Mongolia

Experience Mongolia’s Khustain Nuruu National Park

  Khustain Nuruu National Park is one of three locations chosen for the re-introduction of the endemic Przewalski horse (Equus przewalskii)– the only wild horse to survive in […]
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