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Mongolia in brief

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Mongolia is a landlocked country in East and Central Asia. It is bordered by Russia to the north and the People’s Republic of China to the south, east and west. Although Mongolia does not share a border with Kazakhstan, its western-most point is only 38 kilometres (24 mi) from Kazakhstan’s eastern tip. Ulaanbaatar, the capital and largest city, is home to about 38% of the population. Mongolia’s political system is a parliamentary republic.

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CENTRAL MONGOLIA

In general, Mongolia can be divided into three main areas – Central, Western and Eastern areas. Central part of Mongolia contains the capital of modern Mongolia and the ruins of capital of the Mongol Empire and includes Tuv, Khentii,Uvurkhangai and Gobi province as well.
Central Mongolia and specifically Ulaanbaatar and its around is the first place that most visitors see upon entering Mongolia. Most popular and classic tours are organized in central Mongolia and organized with vehicles except Gobi part although jeep tour is optional to the Gobi. The sights in central Mongolia are located from several minutes to several hours to reach from Ulaanbaatar, depending from the tour of your interest. Luckily, most of the larger towns and cities in this region are connected by paved roads. In order to make the tour more interesting and cultural oriented, BT&TC Travel company includes random visits to nomad family during the travel from one sight to another one.

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WESTERN MONGOLIA

Western Mongolia is the most isolated region of Mongolia– both geographically and culturally – from the Mongol heartland. With its glacier-wrapped mountains, shimmering salt lakes and the hardy culture of nomads, falconry and cattle rustling, western Mongolia is, in many ways, a timeless slice of Central Asia.
Bordering with Russia, Kazakhstan, China and the rest of Mongolia, this region has long been a patchwork of peoples including ethnic Kazakhs, Durvuds, Khotons, Myangads and Khalkh Mongols. Traditional arts such as khöömii throat singing and eagle hunting are still practised here, as they have been for thousands of years.
The wild landscape with its abundant wildlife creates fabulous opportunities for photographers, trekkers and climbers on peaks that rise to over 4000m. But there is a tour with less difficulty and with more comforts.
BT & TC travel company offers adventure tours such as photosafari, jeep, horseback riding tours.

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EASTERN MONGOLIA

Eastern Mongolia is where heaven and earth fuse into one part – a boundless blue sky colliding with an equally limitless sea of green. The occasional wooden shack or ger reminds you that humans do inhabit this enormous landscape, but for the most part it’s an unspoiled amphitheater of bounding gazelle, scurrying marmots and jeep tracks that squiggle endlessly into the distance. This is one of the world’s last great unharmed grassland ecosystems, and you can imagine yourself galloping along it on horseback. The new oil fields are bringing change, however, so get here before the prairie disappears. The other major feature of the region is the Khan Khentii Mountains. This was the homeland of Temujin, the embattled boy who grew up to become Chinggis Khaan. Travelling by horseback or jeep, you can visit places associated with the world’s greatest conqueror. The final frontier, this is by far the remotest, and least visited part of Mongolia, and a venture into its depths is a challenge even to the most experienced of travellers.
BT & TC travel company offers tours such as community based tours, historical tours, jeep, horseback riding tours. The following list includes the most popular tours run in Eastern Mongolia, even though tailor-made itineraries can be developed and suggested according to the requests.

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GUEST TESTIMONIALS


  • This trip will stay with us a Happy Memory!!!
    Tanaka Aori
    JPN
  • Dear Bayasaa, I was thinking so often about you and Mongolia. I was trying to present your great land Mongolia, Mongolian people and excellent guides, and special you as my friend and great travel company. I'm so happy that we had such great adventure and had opportunities to see Naadam festival. Please tell my best regards to Chuka too and all our friends. Best regards Toma