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Fun activities for your kids in Mongolia

Mongolia is a lesser explored country in the Central Asian continent. It is a pristine picturesque natural setting that has very little human presence and is one of the best places for you and your children to get away from the bustling metropolitan.

“Culturally, Mongolia is the opposite of what most of kids have back home – no electricity, no internet, no phone or screens. Removing them from all of their creature comforts is an incredible learning curve and they’ll find everything about the nomadic culture even more captivating without the distractions that are already available in their lives back home.”

Here are some of the few things that you could plan out with your kids to have fun.

Visit the Mongolian countryside to stay with a local family or stay at our community camp to experience traditional Mongolian life will be the highlight of any trip for the entire family, comparing and contrasting each other’s way of life. Camping out in tents is also highly recommended – with a camp-fire, even better with a traditional Mongolian barbecue, and loads of shooting stars to count in the clear sky.

Mongolian traditional archery for kids could be one of the best experiences.

Mongolia is the destination that naturally leads to adventure and exploration. Kids can explore, run, climb and scramble to their heart’s desire.

The mini-horse trail – It is one of the best places that your child can get in touch with their wild side. There are options for you to hire a guide that will teach you the basics to ride a horse. This could be a fun activity for your kids.

Camping in Mongolia is a whole other experience. The open steppe of the country allows your child to experience the terrain that is unavailable in any other part of the world. You could camp out in the open plains, light up a campfire and forage for local food off the land with the help of the guide. This will enable a receptive outlook for your child towards foreign cultures. This will be a thoroughly enabling experience for your children.

Make friends with the local children. Mongolian children may be shy at first but they are one of the friendliest, kindest, and curious souls who aspire to learn more about everything so they are happier than ever when a new friend wants to meet them. They are always thrilled to meet and play with new friends.

History lessons. Chingghis Khaan has remained synonymous with the land of Mongolia. The feared warlord turned conqueror is one of the most awe-inspiring figures in history. Here’s a chance to allow your child to explore his historic side outside the classroom by planning a trip to the largest Equestrian statue of Chinggis Khaan on the banks of the Tuul River. With the help of a guide, this could be one of the most informative history lessons about the man who conquered the largest land empire in the world.

The dinosaur trail – The Gobi desert is one of the largest and driest deserts on the planet it also bears some of the most ancient treasures to be found yet. The desert is renowned for dinosaur fossils across the land stretch. You could plan a day of rediscovering the great reptilian giants that once roamed the lands unattended in their magnificent glory.

The Bayanzag Flaming Cliffs and Shar Tsav dinosaur track site are the places that you could visit with a guide to take you back in time. There is also dinosaur museums in Ulaanbaatar where you can actually see the real fossils found from the sands of Gobi desert.