Welcome to our Mongolia Travel Blog

Our Mongolia travel blog is written by Jess – the founder of Eternal Landscapes Mongolia.  This is your informal introduction to our Mongolia.  Use our Mongolia travel blog for inspiration. Dip into it to discover more.

The blog is divided into four sections – Experience, See, Learn, Community.Or, if you’re short on time, every week I put one or a few posts … In The Spotlight.

This week … as part of our ‘be part of a bigger travel philosophy’ Crowdfunding campaign, we are creating a series of free virtual tours introducing you to our Mongolia. As you can’t currently travel to Mongolia, we will bring Mongolia to you. 

Some of the experiences available in Mongolia are probably quite surprising. Use our ‘Experience Mongolia’ blog posts for inspiration.

January 7, 2019

Modern Mongolian Nomads – Meet Naraa and Bujee

Modern Mongolian Nomads As part of our responsible tourism philosophy we focus on community based tourism – working directly with local people, rural families and communities – slowly […]
December 14, 2018
Traditional Kazakh horse games

Nauryz Festival Mongolia

Nauryz Festival Mongolia The Nauryz Festival is celebrated by Kazakhs throughout Mongolia. Nauryz translates into ‘new day’ –  March 21 is officially recognized as International Nauryz Day, […]
December 5, 2018

Mongolia Horse Sleigh Expedition – Khovsgol

Mongolia Horse Sleigh Expedition – Khovsgol When you think of Mongolia one of the first images that comes to mind might be that of the wide-open […]
November 28, 2018
One of the 'eternal' landscapes of Mongolia - gers in the central Khangai Mountains.

The (Eternal) Landscapes Of Mongolia

The (Eternal) Landscapes Of Mongolia When people ask me why did we choose the name Eternal Landscapes I typically show them a photograph. I don’t have […]
November 18, 2018
A Mongolian yak herder battling the winter weather conditions during winter in Mongolia

Winter In Mongolia

Winter in Mongolia Mongolia experiences four very distinct seasons. Each has its positives and challenges. Winter is a quintessential Mongolian season. It is cold, very cold, […]
November 11, 2018
A young Kazakh boy in western Mongolia with a golden eagle that he uses for hunting in the winter

Hunting With Eagles – Mongolia

Hunting With Eagles – Mongolia Western Mongolia is dominated by the Altai Mountains physically and culturally. The Altai have functioned for thousands of years as a […]

Mongolians typically divide their country into three main landscapes – the Gobi, Tal and Khangai (desert, steppe and mountain) but for our ‘Place To See In Mongolia’ posts we divide the country into five geographical sections (Gobi, Central Heartland, western Mongolia, northern Mongolia, eastern Mongolia) plus the capital city Ulaanbaatar.

Mongolia is the 18th largest country in the world and with a population of only just over 3 million, it is one of the least densely populated.  Our ‘Learn About Mongolia’ blog posts will help introduce you to a country that has the world’s fifth-largest desert (the Gobi),  a breeding population of snow leopards, Kazakh eagle hunters and a very modern capital city where Prius cars dominate.

November 11, 2018

Guidebook to Mongolia

Guidebook To Mongolia It’s remarkable where a chance encounter can lead isn’t it? In this case, to the publication of our interactive guidebook to Mongolia. Mongolia […]
November 11, 2018
A young Kazakh boy in western Mongolia with a golden eagle that he uses for hunting in the winter

Hunting With Eagles – Mongolia

Hunting With Eagles – Mongolia Western Mongolia is dominated by the Altai Mountains physically and culturally. The Altai have functioned for thousands of years as a […]
October 30, 2018

Nogoon Nuur Community Project Ulaanbaatar

Nogoon Nuur Community Project Ulaanbaatar Meet Ulzii – the founder and driving force behind the Nogoon Nuur Community Project Ulaanbaatar. As part of our responsible tourism […]
September 10, 2018
A close up of the Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue at Tsonjin Boldog in Mongolia

Popular Questions About Mongolia

Popular Questions About Mongolia Why are the autumn eagle festivals so close together? What is the best time of year to visit Mongolia? What’s the currency […]
September 2, 2018
A herd of yaks in the Orkhon River Valley - part of our local travel experiences in Mongolia

Local Travel Experiences In Mongolia

Local Travel Experiences In Mongolia Meet Tomorbat. Tomorbat is the driving force of one of the  local travel experiences in Mongolia that we offer.   Tomorbat […]
July 15, 2018
Young jockeys heading for the finish line of one of Mongolia's horse racing competitions during the Naadam Festival

Mongolian Horse Racing – Your Introduction

Mongolian Horse Racing 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 […]

‘Our Community in Mongolia’ blog posts introduce you not only to the EL team but to the people we work with countrywide. We focus on creating local community partnerships that offer long-term support and that also allow us to showcase the diversity of skills and knowledge of Mongolian’s in the 21st Century.

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October 1, 2016

In The Land Of The Gods – Mongolia’s Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Take yourself off to Mongolia’s ‘Five Holy’ Peaks Mongolia is one of the highest countries in the world. Did you know that? Over 80% of the […]
August 22, 2016

Ecotourism and Responsible Travel In Mongolia – A Few (Useful?!) Tips!

Ecotourism, ethical travel, sustainable travel or responsible travel. What do you call it? Does it impact on the way you choose to travel? Are they just current […]
August 17, 2016

Mongolian Experiences For Those Short On Time

With this brief post I’m going to go back to a theme that forms a centre piece of the EL Mongolian philosophy – it’s not necessarily […]
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