Kharkhorin

April 15, 2024
Mongolia Family Tours

Family Tours In Mongolia

Visiting Mongolia with kids? Absolutely! Picture wide-open spaces brimming with freedom and endless opportunities for exploration, adventure, and discovery. Not to mention, Mongolia boasts a surprisingly […]
August 31, 2023
Yes, Gorkhi-Terelj is the closest national park to Ulaanbaatar and is very developed (some would say over developed) for the tourist industry (the main valley was first developed for tourism in 1964) but it shares a common border with Khan Khentii and the two reserves are similar. Between the two sites, altitudinal variation is significant, leading to the development of different habitats but both support large areas of forest steppe and mountain steppe, with alpine habitats on higher peaks. The area is rich in rivers and streams, including the Terelj and Tuul and these water sources together with the rainfall in this mountainous region brings life to the pastureland – providing grazing for the livestock of the herding families who make this area their home. These herders include Naraa, Bujee (his wife) and their two children Tsindee and Bayasa – the family we work with in the region.

Trip Ideas For Autumn In Mongolia

Autumn In Mongolia – A Few Trip Ideas Autumn in Mongolia.  Naturally, it’s a time of spectacular colour, especially in the mountain-forest steppe regions such as Khentii […]
April 21, 2023
An image of a door at Erdene Zuu Monastery in Kharkhorin, Mongolia

Tövkhön Khiid Monastery

Tövkhön Khiid Monastery Tövkhön Khiid Monastery (also spelt Tovkhon and Tuvkhun) is on the border of Övörkhangai and Arkhangai provinces in the Central Heartland. It is […]
August 19, 2022
Erdenesiin Khuree Mongolian Calligraphy Arts Centre

Get Creative With Mongolian Calligraphy

Get Creative With Mongolian Calligraphy Firstly, what is Mongolian calligraphy? ‘In the Mongolian language, calligraphy is called “Uran bishig”, which means “beautiful writing.” It is a […]
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