Modern Mongolia Tour


Mongolia tour guide:

Mongolia has natural beauty and a deep, rich culture. Many of its pastoral people come together each July for horse racing and archery competitions – the colorful Naadam Festival!

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This Mongolia tour welcomes you with unspoiled beauty, rich pageantry and vivid history. Its Buddhist heritage is now being revived after decades of suppression, and Amarbavasgalant monastery is an interesting destination. Almost half of the Mongolians live in the countryside, following their herds from one pasture to another. All summer they are busy tending their animals, and making cheese and yogurt. Once a year, in July, the whole country is involved in competitions that determine its best horses, archers and wrestlers, during the colorful Naadam Festival. Visitors are welcome! Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Mongolia Tour Highlights

  • Overview
  • Getting to Know Ulaanbaatar
  • Naadam Festival
  • The Countryside
  • Visiting Homes
  • Other Mongolian Destinations
Transportation Walking & Driving
Specialty Off the Beaten Path, Highway/Countryside
Tour Type Travel Log – play before you go
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Ruth Lor Malloy

Ruth Lor Malloy is a freelance travel writer and prize-winning photographer currently based in Toronto, Canada. She has lived in India, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Kazakhstan, and the United States. Ruth has published guidebooks on China, worked as a tour guide, and collected ethnic clothing for museums. Her winter sport is alpine skiing, and she has an enjoyable website.


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