Activities

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01/04
2017
Activities Pony trekking
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Mongolian horses are small, rustic, and very resistant horses. They are between 1,40 and 1,45 metres (4,59 – 4,76 feet) high at the withers, which is, according to occidental standards, the size of a pony. They prove to be pleasant to guide and they very well obey orders. But you will have to cue your horse to turn with the neck rein system and to mount up in the western style.

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01/04
2017
Hiking
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Mongolia is the ultimate wild land. With the lowest density of population in the world and its luxuriant nature, it offers many possibilities to hike or trek, for all the levels.

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01/04
2017
Mongolian barbecue Khorkhog & Boodog
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The most typical and surprising dish of Mongolian cooking is certainly the traditional Mongolian barbecue.

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01/04
2017
Trans mongolian railway
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The Trans-Mongolian line follows an ancient tea-caravan route from China to Russia. It connects Ulan-Ude in Russia to Jining in China, cutting across Mongolia from North to South via Ulan Bator. The Trans-Siberian also stops in Ulan-Ude, which allows a potential connection.

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01/04
2017
Hunting with eagles
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Eagle hunting is a traditional type of falconry that was practised in the Eurasian steppe. Today, several forms of this art still exist in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, in Xinjiang in China, and in the province of Bayan Olgii, in Mongolia, where many Kazakhs live. Although Turks are renowned for hunting with eagles, they also train wood pigeons, peregrine falcons and saker falcons.

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01/04
2017
Naadam festival
Posted By : Admin/601

Naadam, ”game” in Mongolian, is the most important traditional event of Mongolia. The games are organized from the 11th to the 13th of July to celebrate the anniversary of the Mongolian revolution of 1921.

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