• Go Mongolia Part 1: From Skyscrapers to Gers | Ulan Bator | Black Market | Gobi Desert

    Tour Company: Sunpath Mongolia - tell them "Lynn and Noah Camp sent me!" Like what we do? Buy us Lunch at: http://tinyurl.com/donate-to-the-camps ________________________________________­______ FOLLOW THE BEARD! ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/becausewecamp ✩ Blog/Website - http://www.becausewecamp.com ✩ FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/becausewecamp ✩ Twitter - https://twitter.com/becausewecamp ________________________________________­______ MUSICMongolian Throat Singing by Batzorig Vaanchig Sometime (feat. Brasstracks) by Dallas Cotton https://soundcloud.com/dallas "Chinggis Khaan" by Batzorig Vaanchig _______________________________________­______ SCRIPT: Opening: After nearly a year of backpacking around Asia, we found ourselves rolling into Ulan Bator, the ca...

    published: 21 Jun 2015
  • SUIVEZ LE GUIDE : Lectoure, un belvédère sur la vallée du Gers

    published: 03 Apr 2015
  • Mongolia Travel Guide 2018

    Mongolia Travel Guide 2018, Mongolia tourism & vacations, Mongolia travel vlog, Mongolia trip 2018 Travel Vlog 4K https://www.youtube.com/TravelVlog4K Mongolia is an amazing country to travel around in, due to its fantastic landscapes and total otherworldliness. Even in booming Ulaanbaatar, you’ll find that the city stands poised on the edge between East and West: Western-style restaurants next to traditional restaurants selling dumplings and soups; people wearing jeans and teeshirts walking beside people wearing the classic deel; taxi drivers listening music made on the morin khuur discussing American soap operas that they watch on TV… Because tourism is still in its infancy in the country, Mongolia can sometimes be a bit challenging to travel around. In fact, many travel companies even ...

    published: 24 Feb 2018
  • A Tourist's Guide to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, otherwise known as Ulaanbaatar

    I fly into the Mongolian capital for a couple of days to see the sights of this overlooked city. If you like my videos, then maybe you'll enjoy one of my travel books. Go to www.theredquest.com for more details.

    published: 18 Apr 2015
  • TOP 10 Tourist Destinations In Mongolia

    Here is the Top 10 Tourist Destinations of Mongolia! We will talk about the best thing of Mongolian culture, history, people and everything in between! Enjoy!! SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ARTGER SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/ARTGER FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ArtgerTV/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/artger.tv/ Dear Adventurers, Travelers, Wanderers! Come away to Mongolia and be part of our wanderlust filled travelogue STEPPEN' OUT! A brand new adventure show that invites all and any to join us and our friends on the open steppe of Mongolia. Do you dare? Live like nomads, eat like Mongols, bring out your inner Indiana Jones, and step on out! Any questions? Get further info here: https://www.facebook.com/DareToGer/ Official Partners: Amicus Mong...

    published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Have a look inside one of our Mongolian gers!

    Jools from Reclaim Your Self shows you where you'll be sleeping on your Gobi Yogi retreat 19-25 July 2015.

    published: 07 Dec 2014
  • In The Land Of The Nomads (Mongolia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

    Travel video about the Nomads in Mongolia Protected by endless deserts and untouched landscapes, an exotic and fascinating civilisation has managed to survive right up to the present day. In Central Asia is the land of the nomads, Mongolia, once a legendary and feared realm yet one that is full of natural beauty. Today’s capital of Ulaanbaatar, or Red Corner, was some centuries ago nothing more than a small nomad settlement but now around a million people live there, one third of the country’s population. The name Genghis Khan is synonymous with Mongolia. Under the leadership of this legendary monarch, the Mongols established the largest empire in history, a realm that extended across large areas of Asia, possessed more than a hundred million subjects and created a new high season of cul...

    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • 10 Cool & Unusual Things To DO in Mongolia

    Get more Tips here! http://www.destinationtips.com For those travelers who find themselves with an unquenchable wanderlust, Mongolia just might be the perfect vacation. A nation with a centuries-old tradition for a one-of-a-kind nomadic culture that has defied the super powers surrounding it time and again, Mongolia is home to a ton of interesting locations that are sure to find favor with even the most critical of visitor. Heck, simply getting from one place to another is a great part of the experience in and of itself. If you have the opportunity to travel to this little nation between Russia and China, then here are some ways to fill your time. 1. Make Sure to Talk to a Guide As awesome as the internet is, a lot of the best parts of visiting Mongolia may not be available online. That’...

    published: 19 Oct 2017
  • Trans Siberian Railway Trip 3rd class - Central Mongolia Tour Part 1

    We are Alex & Emma, a travelling couple. This is part one of our 3 day tour through Central Mongolia. Check out our other Travel Vlogs with weekly videos or for more tips and inspiration; www.travelbeans.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/travelbeans https://twitter.com/Travel_Beans https://www.instagram.com/travel_beans Music Josh Woodward - Adventures of a Deaf Dreamer ThisNameIsAFail - Rapture Stuart Marsh - A Little Bit

    published: 09 Jul 2015
  • The Mongolian Ger - Everything You Need To Know

    http://goatsontheroad.com Here's a quick rundown of what it's like to live, visit and build a Mongolian ger. We'll even give you a quick run down of the many ger rules and show a time lapse of a ger being built on the step. Enjoy! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- To get a better idea of who we are and what we do, check out: "GoatLife TV Episode 35 A Day In The Life Of The Goats" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcKMS7PJ0FM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • Welcome to Mongolia Ulaanbaatar The Country of Chingis Khan

    published: 22 Nov 2014
  • Mongolia - To the Edge of the World

    Tackling the vast Asian steppes, travel back in time to visit nomadic herders, gers, yaks, camels, massive sand dunes, ancient Buddhist temples, and trek horseback into Mongolia's Siberian taiga during the onset of winter - Traditional Mongolian Music.

    published: 10 Nov 2014
  • Mongolia: a travel documentary

    An adventure into an amazing country. 4 seasons packed into 15 days The Summer: the Gobi is not just a desert. Is a unique region comprising of mountains, sand dunes, grass lands and flat pans. Life here is though not only physically (due to the arid climate) but also mentally: before reaching the mountains and the dunes, the so-called "middle Gobi" is an immense flat pan with no landmarks for miles. It's mental as it seems to be in an infinite area that will never end. The Spring: the Orhon valley. This is the Mongolia typical postcard. Green land and blue sky dotted with white ghers (the local typical tents) and clouds. Full of livestock, every valley in the region shows the nomadic life of Mongolians that has been going on for centuries. In the town of Karkhorin, very little ruins bri...

    published: 02 Nov 2015
  • Discover Mongolia - Tourism in 2015

    Mongolia is more than just the home of the Mongols and the great Genghis Khan. Here the old meets the new, in a wonderful confluence.

    published: 06 Apr 2015
  • Top secret places in Mongolia - a different journey - Adventure Vacation Travel Guide

    Official Trailer of Adventure Travel Agency www.Hunnu-Mongolia.com ...on the tracks of the epochs and old tribes. AMAROK Expedition Tour by Khangai Batchuluun and Hakan Haslaman Video Guide for a different Mongolia journey with adventure vacation travel. Visit www.hunnu-mongolia.com

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • A Journey Through Mongolia (Full Length Documentary)

    In 2016 we travelled for a month through the great expanses of Mongolia. We started the trip with a few days in Ulaanbaatar to experience the sprawling metropolis. We also had a chance to go to Hustai National Park not far from UB to see the last remaining wild horse, the Takhi. Then we went on a ten day adventure to go live with the Tsaatan Reindeer Herder tribe in the very north on the border of Siberia. This was an incredible experience and it was very demanding with multiple days on horseback after a long strenuous multi-day 4WD trip. After a short recovery we went to the eastern part of the country to the Bayan-Ölgii Province to attend the Golden Eagle Festival. This festival has really been the focus of the Mongolian travel in recent time, very much because of Aishol-pan the "Eagle H...

    published: 31 Jan 2017
  • EXPLORING THE DESERT - TRAVELLING IN MONGOLIA (Part 2)

    3 young adventurers head out of part 2 of the adventure of a lifetime! The second leg of their quest to visit every country in the world to obtain their "Global Degree," the gang travels to Asia, vlogging and making helpful country by country video guides along the way. Stay tuned for all the top tips on where to stay, what to eat and all the best things to do while backpacking around Asia! For more episode guides, hit the SUBSCRIBE button above! Traveling the globe is easier than you think... SEASON 2 // EPISODE 7 The team continue their travels across the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. Mongolia Hostels: http://hwrld.cm/1KKwyDg

    published: 29 Jan 2016
  • Tourist Yurts/gers camps at Khuvsgul Lake Mongolia

    Come and stay in a traditional Mongolian ger at our camp on the western coast of Lake Khovsgol. Magic Mongolia Tours invites you to discover the natural and cultural wonders of Mongolia, one of the last remaining frontiers for travel. Standard (4 adults) and large (6 adults) sized gers are available. The camp has the following facilities available: cold and hot water, electricity, firewood showers and sauna,toilets and laundry service.

    published: 10 Oct 2017
  • Living in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian Today 4K

    Living in Ulaanbaatar MongolianToday 4K, Cost of Living in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, women in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, Life in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, Quality of Life & Invest in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian Travel Vlog 4K https://www.youtube.com/TravelVlog4K Ulaanbaatar (Улаанбаатар), also known as Ulan Bator or simply just UB, is the capital of Mongolia. With a population of around 1.3 million, it is the largest city in Mongolia, standing as its political, commercial, industrial and cultural hub. For business and pleasure trips alike, you will find yourself coming to the city at least once. Knowing and exploring the city properly can help you understand the country’ history and its wonderful people. One will often see the past and the present are still living side by side. In the history of the ...

    published: 11 Aug 2017
  • Temple Tour | Mongolia Travel Tour Guide | Cashmere and Leather

    Want to visit all the must see temples in UB? Please select any of these museums from below; – Gandantegchinlen Monastery The Gandantegchinlen Monastery (Short name: Gandan) is a Tibetan-style Buddhist monastery that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the “Great Place of Complete Joy”. It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Avalokiteśvara. -The Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan The palace is the only one left from originally four residences of the eighth Jebtsundamba Khutughtu, who was later proclaimed Bogd Khan, or emperor of Mongolia. Built between 1893 and 1903, the complex includes six temples, each one of them contains Buddhist artwork, including sculpture and thangka. It is one of the few Mongolian ...

    published: 16 Jun 2016
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Go Mongolia Part 1: From Skyscrapers to Gers | Ulan Bator | Black Market | Gobi Desert
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Go Mongolia Part 1: From Skyscrapers to Gers | Ulan Bator | Black Market | Gobi Desert

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Tour Company: Sunpath Mongolia - tell them "Lynn and Noah Camp sent me!" Like what we do? Buy us Lunch at: http://tinyurl.com/donate-to-the-camps ________________________________________­______ FOLLOW THE BEARD! ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/becausewecamp ✩ Blog/Website - http://www.becausewecamp.com ✩ FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/becausewecamp ✩ Twitter - https://twitter.com/becausewecamp ________________________________________­______ MUSICMongolian Throat Singing by Batzorig Vaanchig Sometime (feat. Brasstracks) by Dallas Cotton https://soundcloud.com/dallas "Chinggis Khaan" by Batzorig Vaanchig _______________________________________­______ SCRIPT: Opening: After nearly a year of backpacking around Asia, we found ourselves rolling into Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, a country synonymous with Genghis Khan (known as Chinggis Khan in Mongolia) , wide open spaces, and Nomadic life. Of the 3 million people that call Mongolia home, nearly half live in UB, making it the cultural, financial and industrial center of Mongolia, so it’s no surprise that this city is the first stop for most foreign visitors. In our case, we entered the country from China after a 48 hour marathon of bus and train travel that started from Beijing, so as soon as we arrived, the ONLY thing we could think about was to getting to the nearest hostel to sleep. So we did. For 2 days. Leaving UB: Once we got our strength up we did some research and found that our hostel was offering a tour of the gobi desert as well as other parts of central Mongolia; a journey that would take 16 days; we’d decided to go with 6 other travelers that we’d met a couple of days beforehand, but with only one day to prepare and zero winter clothes, we desperately needed to gear up...   Market: “Naran Tuul zach (зах or Khar Zakh)” is a sprawling flea market where you can find wall clocks, linoleum flooring and just about anything else. The market has gained a bad reputation among locals and foreigners alike for being a pickpocket’s haven, so with such a rough exterior and shady nickname like “black market”, we figured we’d be able to bargain our way into some amazing deal, but we soon discovered that this wasn’t the case... Lunch: Because Mongolian culture is based on livestock farming, the traditional diet consists of meat, flour and dairy with mutton being the meat of choice. Mongolian winters are extremely harsh so a lot of animal fat is consumed during winter and more dairy products during the summer. Closing: What… a… day. It was a long journey, but the scenery was stunning and the Mongolian countryside made quite the first impression on us. But this was only just the beginning and we couldn’t wait to see what the next 15 days would bring... Thank you for watching: Go Mongolia Part 1: From Skyscrapers to Gers | Ulan Bator | Black Market | Gobi Desert -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Watch: "Exploring an abandoned part of Zhangjiajie National Park in China" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EOU59_Inm0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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SUIVEZ LE GUIDE : Lectoure, un belvédère sur la vallée du Gers
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SUIVEZ LE GUIDE : Lectoure, un belvédère sur la vallée du Gers

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Mongolia Travel Guide 2018
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Mongolia Travel Guide 2018

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Mongolia Travel Guide 2018, Mongolia tourism & vacations, Mongolia travel vlog, Mongolia trip 2018 Travel Vlog 4K https://www.youtube.com/TravelVlog4K Mongolia is an amazing country to travel around in, due to its fantastic landscapes and total otherworldliness. Even in booming Ulaanbaatar, you’ll find that the city stands poised on the edge between East and West: Western-style restaurants next to traditional restaurants selling dumplings and soups; people wearing jeans and teeshirts walking beside people wearing the classic deel; taxi drivers listening music made on the morin khuur discussing American soap operas that they watch on TV… Because tourism is still in its infancy in the country, Mongolia can sometimes be a bit challenging to travel around. In fact, many travel companies even in Ulaanbaatar still don’t have a web presence! But don’t let that deter you from taking the trip of a lifetime. 1. Visit Ulaanbaatar Chances are, you’re going to arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city, whether you’re flying or coming via the Trans-Mongolian train from Moscow to Beijing. And Ulaanbaatar is a great place to start! Not only will you find a plethora of museums, monasteries, and other interesting places to visit, but it can also make a great base for planning the next stage of your Mongolian adventure. I recommend choosing a reputable hotel or hostel to stay in for at least the first couple nights of your trip so that you can familiarize yourself with the city and culture prior to jumping out into the countryside. 2. Learn about the History When I arrived to teach in Mongolia, I knew approximately four things about the country other than its geographic location: horses, nomads, Ghengis Khan, and that Ulaanbaatar is, on average, the coldest capital city in the world. Of course, that wasn’t going to fly with my students and their fierce national pride—it wasn’t long before I knew more about the culture, language, history, and traditions than I ever thought I might know! 3. Stay in a Ger Mongolian gers, or yurts, are the traditional nomadic style of housing in the country—but plenty of people still live in them today! Even on the edges of Ulaanbaatar, you’ll find sprawling ger districts full of families who want to live in the classic style while still enjoying all the conveniences of life in the capital city. Staying in a ger during your stay is definitely an experience that you won’t want to miss out on. 4. Ride a camel in the Gobi Desert Speaking of the Gobi Desert, this is one part of Mongolia that’s not to be missed if you’re going to be getting out into the countryside. It’ll take you a little while to get to—even if you take the train, you’ll be looking at an overnight or full-day journey! But it’s well worth the trip: there’s nothing in the world that’s quite like these vast expanses of no-man’s land. I recommend basing yourself in the small city of Dalanzadgad so that you can easily get out to see three of the main attractions of the Gobi, including the flaming cliffs of Bayanzag and dunes as far as the eye can see in Khongriin Els, although there are plenty of other places to explore as well. 5. Sleep in a Monastery Although many Mongolians claim to be atheists, Buddhism is still the predominant religion in the country, and you’ll see monks walking around Ulaanbaatar and most of the other major cities. And the country’s impressive monasteries can be quite interesting to visit. But why stop at just visiting them for a brief period of the day? Manjusri Monastery, located only a short distance to the south of Ulaanbaatar in Bogd Khan National Park, is a great choice for this. You can hike out to the monastery, explore the ruins of the monastery, and then spend the night in their dormitory for some quiet contemplation and zen relaxation time before you hike out in the morning. 6. Go Horseback Riding Mongolians are famous for their horses, and riding horses across the expansive, unoccupied Mongolian countryside is a real treat. In fact, if you wanted to, you could spend days out there on your own seeing no one except the other people you’re traveling with. 7. Drink Airag I always like to try the local brews when I travel; no matter where you go, you’re sure to find something special that you wouldn’t find back home. Airag, or fermented mare’s milk, is a drink that you won’t find in most parts of the world. The taste? Something between normal alcohol and that taste that coats your mouth when you stand next to a horse for a day. As I said, something of an experience—but it’s considered rude to turn down a sip if you’re staying at a ger and the family begins passing around a bowl of the stuff. Be careful, though: it’s got an extremely high alcohol content that can definitely catch a person unawares!
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A Tourist's Guide to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, otherwise known as Ulaanbaatar
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A Tourist's Guide to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, otherwise known as Ulaanbaatar

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I fly into the Mongolian capital for a couple of days to see the sights of this overlooked city. If you like my videos, then maybe you'll enjoy one of my travel books. Go to www.theredquest.com for more details.
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TOP 10 Tourist Destinations In Mongolia
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TOP 10 Tourist Destinations In Mongolia

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Here is the Top 10 Tourist Destinations of Mongolia! We will talk about the best thing of Mongolian culture, history, people and everything in between! Enjoy!! SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ARTGER SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/ARTGER FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ArtgerTV/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/artger.tv/ Dear Adventurers, Travelers, Wanderers! Come away to Mongolia and be part of our wanderlust filled travelogue STEPPEN' OUT! A brand new adventure show that invites all and any to join us and our friends on the open steppe of Mongolia. Do you dare? Live like nomads, eat like Mongols, bring out your inner Indiana Jones, and step on out! Any questions? Get further info here: https://www.facebook.com/DareToGer/ Official Partners: Amicus Mongolia Travel https://www.amicusmongolia.com/ UB guesthouse & tours http://ubguesthouse.com/ Produced: Javkha Ara Translated: Naranbaatar.Ts Editing of Translation & Voice-Over: Oliver Ortonio Sound: Baysaa Ara, Altangerel.N Computer Graphic: Dulguunmurun.Ch, Tuvshee Ara Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArtgerMongolia Questions and Collaboration: artger999@gmail.com
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Have a look inside one of our Mongolian gers!
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Have a look inside one of our Mongolian gers!

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Jools from Reclaim Your Self shows you where you'll be sleeping on your Gobi Yogi retreat 19-25 July 2015.
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In The Land Of The Nomads (Mongolia) Vacation Travel Video Guide
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In The Land Of The Nomads (Mongolia) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about the Nomads in Mongolia Protected by endless deserts and untouched landscapes, an exotic and fascinating civilisation has managed to survive right up to the present day. In Central Asia is the land of the nomads, Mongolia, once a legendary and feared realm yet one that is full of natural beauty. Today’s capital of Ulaanbaatar, or Red Corner, was some centuries ago nothing more than a small nomad settlement but now around a million people live there, one third of the country’s population. The name Genghis Khan is synonymous with Mongolia. Under the leadership of this legendary monarch, the Mongols established the largest empire in history, a realm that extended across large areas of Asia, possessed more than a hundred million subjects and created a new high season of culture. About an hour from Ulaanbaatar in Tov Province is the calm and tranquil, Manzushir, a charming area that is totally different to the densely populated metropolis. In addition to several tent-like huts, or gers, it is mainly the centuries old scattered remains from the high season of Buddhism that capture the attention. The landscape enchants with its exotic splendour. Since 1997 the Khogno Khan Nature Reserve has been protected. It is part of the province of Bulgan one of twenty one provinces known as aimags. The natural landscape is beautiful, which is hardly surprising as Mongolia is the most sparsely settled country in the world. Hunting with eagles is both common and traditional. Each October before the hunting season begins a popular eagle hunting festival takes place in Bayan Oglii. The birds with which the Kazakhs hunt are golden eagles that have a wing span of more than two metres. Mongolia is truly a land of nomads, wonderful wilderness, unspoiled landscapes, centuries old traditions as well as fascinating cultural treasures and sanctuaries. -------------- Watch more travel videos ► https://goo.gl/MXPgSs Join us. Subscribe now! ► https://goo.gl/awdDrh Be our fan on Facebookhttp://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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10 Cool & Unusual Things To DO in Mongolia
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10 Cool & Unusual Things To DO in Mongolia

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Get more Tips here! http://www.destinationtips.com For those travelers who find themselves with an unquenchable wanderlust, Mongolia just might be the perfect vacation. A nation with a centuries-old tradition for a one-of-a-kind nomadic culture that has defied the super powers surrounding it time and again, Mongolia is home to a ton of interesting locations that are sure to find favor with even the most critical of visitor. Heck, simply getting from one place to another is a great part of the experience in and of itself. If you have the opportunity to travel to this little nation between Russia and China, then here are some ways to fill your time. 1. Make Sure to Talk to a Guide As awesome as the internet is, a lot of the best parts of visiting Mongolia may not be available online. That’s why it might be a good idea to enlist the services of a qualified travel guide when you first enter the country. There are plenty of English-speaking professionals who can make sure that you experience the most fascinating aspects of visiting Mongolia. 2. Start in the Capital, Ulaanbaatar You just might find the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar — pronounced OO-lahn-BAH-toor — to be far more developed than you anticipated. The thriving restaurant scene is a treat for any tourist, while the incredible number of museums and monasteries will help you get primed for the rich history and spiritual life of the Mongolian people. From a logisitical standpoint, Ulaanbaatar has several English-speaking citizens who can help you get your bearings before you strike out into the country’s gorgeous landscapes. 3. Spend the Night in a Monastery The most popular religion in Mongolia is Buddhism. As such, the country has a gorgeous selection of monasteries filled with some impressive history and extremely welcoming monks. Some of these monasteries will even accommodate an overnight stay, which is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. If you’re interested, this is one of those activities that’s good to speak to a travel guide about when you land in the city. 4. Don’t Forget a Trip to Khövsgöl Nuur One of the countries most popular attractions in Mongolia is the gorgeous Khövsgöl Nuur, the country’s deepest lake. At a length of more than 84 miles, Khövsgöl Nuur is a sight to behold. Even if you think you’ve experienced the beauty of a vast mountain lake, you still haven’t seen the sun rise on Khövsgöl Nuur. 5. Visit the Gobi and Ride a Camel As you travel through Mongolia, consider spending a night or two in Dalanzadgad, which will place you in perfect position to enjoy the breathtaking expanse of the Gobi desert. While you’re there, make sure to take a camel ride. The walk might be a little wobbly, but the experience is perfect. 6. Take a Ride on the Trans-Mongolian Train When you visit Mongolia, you should absolutely take some time to travel through the country at large. The easiest way to do that is to hop on board the Mongolian leg of the world-famous Trans-Siberian railway. The sleeping cars can accommodate practically any budget, and the restaurant is a great way to grab a meal between destinations. The railway also covers some of the most gorgeous contryside in the country; it’s a perfect way to take in the vast expanses of Mongolia while you’re there. 7. Experience a Secret Skier’s Refuge If you’re the kind of traveler who is always in search of fresh powder, then you shouldn’t overlook the possibility of a trip to Mongolia. This is another vacation that you should coordinate with a Mongolian travel agent, because the skiing options are limited. Limited, but spectacular. Avoid the crowds at the lift and throw yourself down some of the best lines in the world. 8. See the World’s Largest Statue of Genghis Khan To the east of Ulaanbaatar is a 130-foot-tall statue of Genghis Khan in the spot where the leader supposedly found a legendary golden whip. The massive monument to Mongolia’s most famous historical conqueror, the statue is quite impressive on the shores of the Tuul River. 9. Drop In for Some Tea Expect a very warm welcome if you happen to converse with a Mongolian family near their home. The country has a long-held tradition of inviting a visitor in for a cup of tea; if you should be the recipient of such an offer, you should really think about taking it. Fair warning, standard Mongolian tea includes salt and yak’s milk which can be an interesting combination for a Westerner. That said, the hospitality should more than make up for the taste. Just take small sips. 10. Spend at Least One Night in a Ger For a large part of history, one of the most common forms of housing in the country was the ger, also known as a yurt. Essentially, a ger is a tent made of several animal pelts that are draped on a collapsible frame. They’re still extremely popular in Mongolia today, and if you’d really like to get a glimpse into traditional Mongolian culture, spending a few nights in a ger is a good way to do it.
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Trans Siberian Railway Trip 3rd class - Central Mongolia Tour Part 1
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Trans Siberian Railway Trip 3rd class - Central Mongolia Tour Part 1

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We are Alex & Emma, a travelling couple. This is part one of our 3 day tour through Central Mongolia. Check out our other Travel Vlogs with weekly videos or for more tips and inspiration; www.travelbeans.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/travelbeans https://twitter.com/Travel_Beans https://www.instagram.com/travel_beans Music Josh Woodward - Adventures of a Deaf Dreamer ThisNameIsAFail - Rapture Stuart Marsh - A Little Bit
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The Mongolian Ger - Everything You Need To Know
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The Mongolian Ger - Everything You Need To Know

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http://goatsontheroad.com Here's a quick rundown of what it's like to live, visit and build a Mongolian ger. We'll even give you a quick run down of the many ger rules and show a time lapse of a ger being built on the step. Enjoy! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- To get a better idea of who we are and what we do, check out: "GoatLife TV Episode 35 A Day In The Life Of The Goats" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcKMS7PJ0FM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Welcome to Mongolia Ulaanbaatar The Country of Chingis Khan
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Welcome to Mongolia Ulaanbaatar The Country of Chingis Khan

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Mongolia - To the Edge of the World
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Mongolia - To the Edge of the World

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Tackling the vast Asian steppes, travel back in time to visit nomadic herders, gers, yaks, camels, massive sand dunes, ancient Buddhist temples, and trek horseback into Mongolia's Siberian taiga during the onset of winter - Traditional Mongolian Music.
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Mongolia: a travel documentary
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Mongolia: a travel documentary

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An adventure into an amazing country. 4 seasons packed into 15 days The Summer: the Gobi is not just a desert. Is a unique region comprising of mountains, sand dunes, grass lands and flat pans. Life here is though not only physically (due to the arid climate) but also mentally: before reaching the mountains and the dunes, the so-called "middle Gobi" is an immense flat pan with no landmarks for miles. It's mental as it seems to be in an infinite area that will never end. The Spring: the Orhon valley. This is the Mongolia typical postcard. Green land and blue sky dotted with white ghers (the local typical tents) and clouds. Full of livestock, every valley in the region shows the nomadic life of Mongolians that has been going on for centuries. In the town of Karkhorin, very little ruins bring your mind to the era of Chinggis Khan when Mongolians run for more than two centuries the largest empire that ever existed in human history. The Autumn: as we moved North to reach the Hovsgol lake, we had to pass through a range of mountains. The weather turned rainy, grey and cold as if we were on a November day in Europe. Crossing rivers started to became a concern and mud appeared on all trails. Rain never stopped for 2 days. The Winter: on the highest pass the rain became snow. On the Zoolongyin pass, we got stuck with our cars for more than 3 hours. Trying to get the cars out of the snow and mud was though. Eventually we did manage to get over. The Spring again: lake Hovsgol is Mongolian's largest lake and beach holiday place. Here we abandoned the green Mongolian valley to enter the Taiga, the coniferous forest. We are close to the border with Russian Siberia here
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Discover Mongolia - Tourism in 2015
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Discover Mongolia - Tourism in 2015

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Mongolia is more than just the home of the Mongols and the great Genghis Khan. Here the old meets the new, in a wonderful confluence.
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Top secret places in Mongolia - a different journey - Adventure Vacation Travel Guide
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Top secret places in Mongolia - a different journey - Adventure Vacation Travel Guide

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Official Trailer of Adventure Travel Agency www.Hunnu-Mongolia.com ...on the tracks of the epochs and old tribes. AMAROK Expedition Tour by Khangai Batchuluun and Hakan Haslaman Video Guide for a different Mongolia journey with adventure vacation travel. Visit www.hunnu-mongolia.com
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A Journey Through Mongolia (Full Length Documentary)
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A Journey Through Mongolia (Full Length Documentary)

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In 2016 we travelled for a month through the great expanses of Mongolia. We started the trip with a few days in Ulaanbaatar to experience the sprawling metropolis. We also had a chance to go to Hustai National Park not far from UB to see the last remaining wild horse, the Takhi. Then we went on a ten day adventure to go live with the Tsaatan Reindeer Herder tribe in the very north on the border of Siberia. This was an incredible experience and it was very demanding with multiple days on horseback after a long strenuous multi-day 4WD trip. After a short recovery we went to the eastern part of the country to the Bayan-Ölgii Province to attend the Golden Eagle Festival. This festival has really been the focus of the Mongolian travel in recent time, very much because of Aishol-pan the "Eagle Huntress". We had a chance to meet this incredible girl who is certainly an inspiration to women across the world. After the festival we went and lived with an eagle hunter family deep in the Altai Mountain Range. We hope you will enjoy this video and please subscribe to our channel for more adventures around the world. If you have any questions or comments please leave them here and we will be happy to answer if we can. Visit our travel blog | http://adventurecalls.us Check out our Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/amyvankanan/ Join us on Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/adventurecallsus
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EXPLORING THE DESERT - TRAVELLING IN MONGOLIA (Part 2)
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EXPLORING THE DESERT - TRAVELLING IN MONGOLIA (Part 2)

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3 young adventurers head out of part 2 of the adventure of a lifetime! The second leg of their quest to visit every country in the world to obtain their "Global Degree," the gang travels to Asia, vlogging and making helpful country by country video guides along the way. Stay tuned for all the top tips on where to stay, what to eat and all the best things to do while backpacking around Asia! For more episode guides, hit the SUBSCRIBE button above! Traveling the globe is easier than you think... SEASON 2 // EPISODE 7 The team continue their travels across the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. Mongolia Hostels: http://hwrld.cm/1KKwyDg
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Tourist Yurts/gers camps at Khuvsgul Lake Mongolia
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Tourist Yurts/gers camps at Khuvsgul Lake Mongolia

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Come and stay in a traditional Mongolian ger at our camp on the western coast of Lake Khovsgol. Magic Mongolia Tours invites you to discover the natural and cultural wonders of Mongolia, one of the last remaining frontiers for travel. Standard (4 adults) and large (6 adults) sized gers are available. The camp has the following facilities available: cold and hot water, electricity, firewood showers and sauna,toilets and laundry service.
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Living in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian Today 4K
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Living in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian Today 4K

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Living in Ulaanbaatar MongolianToday 4K, Cost of Living in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, women in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, Life in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian, Quality of Life & Invest in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian Travel Vlog 4K https://www.youtube.com/TravelVlog4K Ulaanbaatar (Улаанбаатар), also known as Ulan Bator or simply just UB, is the capital of Mongolia. With a population of around 1.3 million, it is the largest city in Mongolia, standing as its political, commercial, industrial and cultural hub. For business and pleasure trips alike, you will find yourself coming to the city at least once. Knowing and exploring the city properly can help you understand the country’ history and its wonderful people. One will often see the past and the present are still living side by side. In the history of the Mongolian people, there have been several well-known cities built as capital cities such as Kharakhorum during the 13th century Great Mongolian Empire. But none of them survived as an active capital city until the 16th century. With the active introduction of Lamaism in Mongolia from the 16th century, permanent monastic establishments started to emerge when Tibetan Buddhism flourished. The most important of such settlements was the residency palace of Mongolia’s first spiritual leader named Zanabazar or Jebtsundamba Khutuktu in the year 1649. The year is now considered as the founding date of Mongolia’s modern capital city, Ulaanbaatar. [51] The city was first named Ikh Khuree, literally meaning “large circle” as the city was circular shaped. After changing locations in the central part of Mongolia over 20 times, it settled at its current location in the year of 1778. Much of the modern architecture of Ulaanbaatar started to shape in the 20th century with the influence from Russian architecture. The modern day UB showcases a mix of Soviet architecture, ger settlements, Buddhist monasteries and 21st century high rises. Among Buddhist temples, most notables are the Among Buddhist temples, most notables are the Gandan Tegchinlen Monastery, Choijin Lama Temple and Bogd Khan Winter Palace Museum . Landmarks ============= The city features many landmarks representing different periods of its history. From Soviet style relics to modern high rises, UB now has many attractions for different tastes and interests. Chinggis Khan Square (formerly known as Sukhbaatar Square) is one of the largest squares in Asia. It has an equestrian statue of the 1921 revolution hero Sükhbaatar, and seated statue of Chinggis Khaan and his sons and 2 military generals (Urlugs). During the summer time, especially around mid July, variety of rock and folklore concerts, as well as parades and other cultural events take place regularly. In the southern side, you can see a small hill with a monument on its top, called, Zaisan Memorial. A huge communist-era monument is located on a hill in the south of the city. It represents the Russian and Mongolian heroes who fought together during WWI and WWII. Nowadays it is a popular viewpoint where you can see over the whole city. There's also a huge Buddhist statue at the bottom. Moving to the central west part of the city is the State Department Store, locally known as Ikh Delguur, literally translated as “mega shop”. It was the largest shopping mall in Mongolia during the communist period and still is one of the largest outlets for imported goods, grocery store and souvenir shop. Across the State Department Store is Mongolia’s circus, which was a popular family place in the communist period. Gandan Monastery (Gandantegchinlen Khiid), Gandan Monastery District, Ulaanbaatar 16040 (011 36 0354). Moving to the north west side of the city, one will see a large Tibetan known as Gandan Monastery or Gandantegchenlen Khiid. Daily sessions start at 0900 am and continues to about midday. Approximately 150 monks do services here but the most important icon of the monastery ground is its 26.5 meter tall statue of Megjid Janraisag (Sanskrit: Avalokiteśvara). After being sacked and destroyed during the 1930s political purge in Mongolia, the statue was re-built in 1996 as a result of 4 years of national effort for fundraising and renovation works. Today, it is often seen as the symbol of Mongolia’s democracy and independence. Gandan Tegchenling Monastery was officially re-approved by the First Buddhist Congress of Mongolia held in 1992 as the main centre of Mongolian Buddhists. (“Introduction”, Gandan Tegchenling Monastery, 2010) Taking photographs in the main temple requires the payment of ₮5000 but no photos are allowed in the temples with monk performing ceremonies. Entrance3500.
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Temple Tour | Mongolia Travel Tour Guide | Cashmere and Leather
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Temple Tour | Mongolia Travel Tour Guide | Cashmere and Leather

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Want to visit all the must see temples in UB? Please select any of these museums from below; – Gandantegchinlen Monastery The Gandantegchinlen Monastery (Short name: Gandan) is a Tibetan-style Buddhist monastery that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the “Great Place of Complete Joy”. It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Avalokiteśvara. -The Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan The palace is the only one left from originally four residences of the eighth Jebtsundamba Khutughtu, who was later proclaimed Bogd Khan, or emperor of Mongolia. Built between 1893 and 1903, the complex includes six temples, each one of them contains Buddhist artwork, including sculpture and thangka. It is one of the few Mongolian historical attractions which have neither been destroyed by the Soviets or the Communist Mongolians. On display are many of the Bogd Khan’s possessions, such as his throne and bed, his collection of art and stuffed animals, his ornate ceremonial ger, a pair of ceremonial boots given to the Khan by Russian Tsar Nicholas II, and also a jeweled regalia worn by the Bogd Khan’s pet elephant. – Choijin Lama Temple The Choijin Lama Temple consists of four temples originally occupied by the brother of the ruler Bogd Khan, Choijin Lama Luvsankhaidav, who was the state oracle at the time. The complex was begun in 1904 and completed in 1908. In 1938 the Stalinist government converted the complex into a museum. – Dashchoilin Monastery The monastery was reopened on July 6 1990. On every 29th of the lunar month the sakhius (vghnev) ritual is performed. Its appearance is rather striking, the main temples are big stone gers which used to belong to the circus. Please install our mobile app today. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mongolia.travel.com.travelmongolia iOS/iPhone: Coming soon... http://www.travel-mongolia.co www.facebook.com/travelmongoliaapp Perhaps, you are in Mongolia or travel to Mongolia, this is your best "ONE CLICK" planning advice for your trip to Ulaanbaatar. With vast scenery, a hospitable nomadic culture, the spectacular Naadam festival and the legacy of Chinggis Khaan, rough-and-ready Mongolia remains one of the world's last great adventure destinations such Gobi Desert. Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect vacation. Local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your holidays unique PLUS organised-tour advice, a guide to taking a events and activities in UB, info on the Trans-Mongolian Railway, and Wild Lands & Wildlife feature. Contact email: info@travel-mongolia.co Phone: +976 9119-1690 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travelmongoliaapp/?fref=photo Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtsPcdpq4c0 Website: http://www.travel-mongolia.co/ Install Mobile app: http://bit.ly/travel-mongolia Hotels: http://www.travel-mongolia.co/hotel Tours: http://www.travel-mongolia.co/tour-list Events: http://www.travel-mongolia.co/event-calendar Partner zulaa.t@yahoo.com 75557755 guideub@gmail.com 9997054000
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