Whether it’s the frozen ice sheets of Baikal or the Flaming Cliffs of the Gobi, Mongolia and Siberia offer travelers a chance to get close to mother nature and far from everything else.
Terence Tan, General Manager of Shangri-La Hotel, Ulaanbaatar speaks with Remote Lands about how the capital is changing.
Mongolia’s capital may not be known for its art, but the Zanabazar is an eye-opening must-see for any art lovers traveling through Ulaanbataar.
Find out why so many riders are choosing the steppes of Mongolia for their Asia adventure on two wheels.
Seven days and 250 kilometers over the Mongolian steppes – the grueling Gobi March is coming to the tracts of Ghengis Khan this summer for a race like never before.
There’s a lot one might do on the Mongolian plains, but the Genghis Khan Riding and Adventure Camp offers some truly unique experiences.
Flying over vast, rolling steppe for three and a half hours without seeing anything so much as a village, let alone a city, is a powerful reminder that Mongolia is the most sparsely populated country on the planet.
Mongolia’s Gobi Desert is a magical destination featuring stellar rock formations, icy canyons, gorgeous oases, and the highest sand dunes on planet Earth.
To truly appreciate this most famous of Mongolian traditions, I recommend that you seek out a rural Naadam as well as observe the well-known Ulaanbaatar Naadam of the Country, just as I did in my recent trip to Mongolia.
One of the most remarkable things about flying privately through Mongolia is that the whole country becomes available to you, and roads, airports, and accommodations are no longer considerations of your visit.