Mongolia, a country of strong identity and spirituality, welcomes you with open arms.
In East Asia, discover Mongolia with its multifaceted landscapes made up of glaciers, steppes, deserts, forests and lakes. Three mountain ranges cross the territory: Altai, Kangai and Khentii mountains. The Gobi Desert covers a third of the country. Explore Lake Döröö in Bayan-Ölgii province, an ideal place for beautiful getaways. Explore the Dornod Steppes inhabited by rare flora and fauna such as the red fox and the white gazelle. The archaeological remains of the Arkhangai take you back to the Bronze Age. In Ovörkhangai, we find the former imperial capital of Karakorum with its palace and huge statues. Further north is the Buddhist monastery of Erden-Züü combining Chinese and Tibetan architectural styles. Khövsgöl Nuur Lake, nicknamed the Blue Pearl, in northern Mongolia, is a sacred place of shamans where the water spirits live. It is nevertheless possible to practice activities such as cycling, trekking or kayaking. The capital Ulaanbaatar is home to the Zaisan Memorial, monasteries and the Bogdo-Khaan Winter Palace. In Edernet, there is the largest carpet factory in the country and copper mines which can be visited with a guide. There, the nomadic peoples warmly welcome you in their yurts, the emblematic dwellings of the country.