Easter Mongolia is combination of vast steppe, high mountains, taiga forest, rivers and volcanoes. The great eastern steppe is considered the last remaining untouched grassland on the earth. It is the home of the most numerous mammals of Mongolia- antelopes and of course birth land of Great Chinggis Khaan, the man who established the biggest empire ever. The most encouraging way to travel to eastern Mongolia is to discover through historical routes of Chinggis Khaan and truly untouched nature.
Since ancient times, the endless steppe of the East has been home to the Khalkha, Buryat, Zakhchin, Dariganga, Barga, and Uzemchin ethnic groups. They are proud of their land on the Dariganga Plateau, home of the legendary Chinggis Khaan. Delve and appreciate the beauty of Mongolia by watching the sun rise from the horizon – with horses breaking the silence of the morning with their neighs and the thundering sound of hundreds of gazelles galloping in the background Chinggis Khaan would visit this area after each of his war victories. It’s wonderful to imagine how by staring at the distant horizon, embracing the vast land with his eyes, he channelled power, wisdom, patience, and courage. The eastern Mongolian steppe is endless with swaying, feathery grass. The reason why generations of nomadic Mongols have preserved and protected this untouched, virgin land for future generations is perhaps because of their nomadic philosophy and understanding of nature. You could claim this is the wisdom of winning by waiting, not winning by forging ahead. These endless grasslands are a true treasure kept by nomads for humanity.