Spent the night camping in the wilderness, sleeping under the stars, living alongside nomadic families who, along with fresh goat milk, milk drink of fresh horses and have the meal between untouched nature not a shadow person around.
That’s what they went through during the trip to Mongolia. A vast land with gold sparkle of sand. That result was beyond imagination of visitors, an incredible experience in my life.
Sunset in the Gobi desert
One of the most beautiful sunset views of their trip.
Endless sparkling stars light the night sky stunning. Each evening when looking up at the sky, like hypnosis by myriad twinkling light grey.
Trekking across the sand dunes of the Gobi desert
A great trekking. Take about one hour to go from the top to the other end of the dunes.
Lunch near the River in Khustai National Park, Mongolia
It was a great experience during the meal in the middle of the Park, no one other than those of wild horses roamed the riverbank.
The car trip
A companion in 8 days away in the Gobi desert. Driving an average 4-5 hours.
The traditional cuisine of the Mongols
Dishes to try when visiting the Gobi desert. How to cook this dish’s very interesting. They are cooked over hot stones.
Ovoo-tradition in the Gobi desert
The Mongols believed that when you meet an ovoo (a pile of stones, a Magi-men stand on the boulders), you have to stop and go around the ovoo 4 times in clockwise direction. Ovoo worship for religious purposes, worshipped the mountains and sky. The blue cloth represents the sky, the rocks represent mountains.
Inside the traditional hut of the Mongolian nomads
Sipping bowls of warm goat milk in the traditional hut. In Mongolia, they often add salt to goat’s milk and mixed with tea leaves. A soothing drink in cold weather.
Dawn on Sand Hill
A race against time. The journey began at 6 a.m. and right up to the top of the Hill before sunrise. Also quite difficult to walk up the slope of sand, each time step foot on back down.But finally you can enjoy this beautiful scenery.
The Mongolian children’s sweet and lovely. Traditionally boys not cutting hair until they are 3 years old. In Mongolia we usually or confusion between boys and girls in that age.