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En Plein Tour

En Plein Tour Packages
Country: Mongolia
City: Uvurkhangai
Duration: 9 Day(s) - 8 Night(s)
Tour Category: Art And Crafts Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Why travel to Mongolia?

En Plein Air is a France expression that means ‘In the open air” and is particularly used to describe the act of painting outdoors. Thus the most important thing is definitely nature. MONGOLIA – is tucked away in the heart of Asia, and attracts visitors with its extremely beautiful nature, the expanse of the steppe, dense forest, blue sky, and hospitality of nomadic people. You can paint real nomadic people, world heritage sites, and sand dunes. While you’re taking this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to experience riding horses, and camels as well. We will be your reliable guide in Mongolia.

Why not take a tour to Mongolia to let beautiful nature inspire you?

Explore More About Best Places of Mongolia:

Mongolia is a diverse land with many beautiful places to discover, from the capital Ulaanbaatar to its sweeping natural wonders. Whether you want to take in some culture or see what Mother Nature has to offer, you’ll find it in any one of these top places to visit.

As the hordes fragmented and returned to their respective sectors of Asia, this wild and barren world on the roof of the continent returned to its old ways. Nomads roamed the hills; yurts appeared on the banks of mountain lakes with the coming and goings of the seasons; eagle hunters patrolled the plains; snow leopards stalked, and forever the sand dunes of the Gobi shifted and shifted.

Today, Mongolia is once more meeting the world, only this time the world is going there.

Going there to feel the energy of bustling Ulaanbaatar. Went there to trace the fabled Xanadu. Went there to experience the cold of the passes and meet the hardy folk of the rolling wilds.

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park

Situated on the borders of Russia and China in western Mongolia, Altai Tavn Bogd National Park features five of the tallest mountain peaks in the country. From glaciers to lakes to a 10-meter waterfall and archaeological sites that include the UNESCO World Heritage Site Petroglyph Complexes of the Mongolian Altai, the area is rich in natural wonders.

Amarbayasgalant Monastery

Not yet a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Amarbayasgalant Monastery, with its 28 temples and incredible surroundings, is on the tentative list, meaning that it could very well be on its way to being nominated. Nestled in the Ivon Gol River Valley, a verdant, hilly landscape, the natural theatre around it is nothing short of amazing. In addition to the compound, there are also some lovely sculptures to look out for in the green baize of the scenery.

Erdene Zuu Monastery

Located a little over a mile from Kharkhorin, the Erdene Zuu Monastery once had somewhere between 60 to 100 temples at its peak. Established by Altai Khaan in 1586, the monastery is now open to visitors who can roam the grounds and take in the scenic beauty of the 16th-century temples. For a small fee, they can also take a guided tour of the interiors.

Gorkhi-Terelj National Park

Located northeast of Ulaanbaatar, Gorkhi-Terelj National Park is a natural treasure and outdoor adventurers’ paradise. Its stark, sweeping landscape and numerous natural attractions draw tourists from all over the world who want to explore the unspoiled land, often on horseback or camels.

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