Mongolia is a vast emptiness, which was once the heartland of an empire stretching from Mongolia to Europe under the watchful eyes of Genghis Khan and where it is said that land meets sky, it is this vast majestic emptiness that is one of the country’s most appealing factors. It is referred to as “The Land of Blue Skies” with over 250 sunny days each year. July is one of the best times to visit due to the Naadam holiday which is celebrated throughout Mongolia between the 10th & 13thof the month.
A third of the population live in the Capital whilst 40% of the country’s workforce is Nomadic, hoarding livestock in the extensive pasturelands. One of the last places in the world where Nomadic lifestyle is still alive in a very sparsely populated semi-desert and beautiful steppe, this vast grassland offers an opportunity to connect with nature in unparalleled ways.
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