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This place is way off the beaten path but well worth the effort to get there. 20 KM off the paved road and some of it is literally cross-country. Each stop is so well done and gives a great view of the time of Genghis...More
Breathtaking view. We stopped at 5 camps that represented the General ger, the Emperor ger, the winter home of herdsmen family, the artisans ger and the shaman’s ger. Each camp is located at a beautiful site with either rugged rock formation or endless view of...More
Stayed overnight here. Basic facilities, with a beautiful view of the park. We had to drive back at night, and it was totally dark...had GPS, didn't helped much as once you crossed into the park off the main road, you have NO internet, no electricity,...More
To get here you'll have to drive 25 miles off the road through some sometimes pretty rough terrain. But it's worth it. Each of the stops is miles from the next, so you'll be quiet and (depending on traffic) alone, just like you're back in...More
This is a large park where you have to be driven from one outdoor exhibit to the next. It is a great way for first-timers (like me) to get a sense of the history and the richness of Mongolian culture. It's a wee bit corny,...More
we didnt have a lot of time in MOngolia but we hired a driver to take us out to this part of the steppes. landscape was typically mongolian beautiful and quiet. locals were friendly and touring the village sites was very interesting.
We were supposed to be going on a tour to see a nomadic family but although we had booked we were told at 10pm the night before that it was a summertime activity. The girl told us we could visit this 13 th Centuary normadic...More
This a DO NOT MISS visit IF you have the time to spend visiting the 13th Century National Park. At a minimum, in my opinion, it is a full day visit. Yes it can be compressed down into a little more than a half a...More