Mongolia has long been famous for its beautiful nature, human sincereness and, of course, river predators – taimens, whose population is globally worsening. Most of Mongolia’s territory consists of steppes, deserts, mountains. In the south of the country lies the Gobi desert. North and west are mountain areas. The vast majority of the country is not affected by globalization.
Mongolians mostly live in yurts to this day. The nomadic lifestyle is still here. Mongols would probably not be able to live without horses. From the very small days, children are taught to ride. Mongolia is a hospitable and sincere nation. Cities are relatively small in the country and do not exceed ten. In the largest city of Mongolia, the capital of Ulaanbaatar lives in just over 600 thousand of the population.
Undoubtedly, Mongolia is chosen by those who do not like the conveniences and are prone to seek adventure. Mongolia is the boundless world of nomads between the steppes and the blue sky. If you dare to visit this country, Mongolia will give you many subtle surprises and long-lasting impressions from the ground up to the sky.