Mongolia Travel Attractions
Mongolia is home to stunning natural, diverse cultural attractions and some of the most exotic World Heritage Sites. Check out this guide to get the knowledge of Mongolia's most popular tourist attractions and must see places before you travel to Mongolia!
Mongolia is a country of cultural diversity and the true travel destination for culture lovers, offering you wide selection of cultural tours. We are so sure, also happy to introduce to you our list of an amazing nomadic cultural heritage tours, that packages are includes: Mongolian historical and cultural sites, monuments, religious all attracting places, Mongolian hospitality, nomad family visit tours when travel to countryside anywhere around Mongolia.
About three million people living in a country nearly the size of Alaska, Mongolia averages fewer than two people per square kilometer. National Geographic specialized Mongolia that one of the top nature travel destinations for its natural diversity in the least crowded place on earth.
On the other side, the unindustrialized country, Mongolia’s traditional pastoral lifestyle is one of important aspects of keeping the country’s ecosystem. Mongol nomads have been migrating for centuries to centuries, searching for better pastures and the landscapes have been restored naturally. On the Cultural side, Mongols have deep traditions for respecting the Mother Nature and this culture is still seen in today’s Mongolian life. So Mongolia is the ideal destination for nature lovers who escape from too touristy places.
UNESCO's newest World Heritage Site in Mongolia. The Petroglyphic Complexes of the Mongolian Altai include three rock art sites in Bayan-Ulgii aimag: Tsagaan Salaa-Baga Oigor of Ulaankhus soum, and Upper Tsagaan Gol (Shiveet Khairkhan) and Aral Tolgoi, both of Tsengel soum.
The numerous rock carvings and funerary monuments found in these three sites illustrate the development of culture in Mongolia over a period of 12,000 years. The earliest images reflect a time when the area was partly forested and the valley provided a habitat for hunters of large game.