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SOUTHERN MONGOLIA

Footprints in Mongolian Gobi

The clay from the former shores, hills, and soil of the Cretaceous period look like they are on fire during the sunrise and sunset. You may feel like you are on a different planet. But it’s actually the southern region of Mongolia or Gobi Desert. Dinosaur fossils from millions of years ago still can be found here. Most are small and often hidden by Saxaul forests, which are ubiquitous with the Gobi, so you may pass them by without noticing. Desert plants look dry and withered but capable to store the rainwater for a long period of time due to their tenacity to survive in arid lands.  Even though the footprint you made in a sand dunes can be erased by a wind, but the footprint of the Gobi desert will stay in your heart forever.

EXPLORE THE SOUTHERN MONGOLIA

  • 1. Baga gazriin chuluu (Granite zone)
  • 2. Tsagaan suvarga (white stupa) cliff
  • 3. Yol Valley
  • 4. Khongor sand dunes
  • 5. Bayanzag Flamming cliffs
  • 6. Ongi Temple ruin
  • 7. Khermen tsav canyon
  • 8. Zulganai oasis
  • 9. Demchig Monastery
  • 10. Shar tsav canyon
  • 11. Khamar monastery & shambala
  • 12. Ikh nart nature reserver
BAGA GAZARIIN CHULUU – GRANITE ZONE
TSAGAAN SUVARGA – WHITE STUPA CLIFF
YOL VALLEY
KHONGOR SAND DUNES
BAYANZAG FLAMMING CLIFFS
ONGI TEMPLE RUIN
KHERMEN TSAV CANYON
ZULGANAI OASIS
DEMCHIG MONASTERY
SHAR TSAV DINOSAUR TRACK SITE
KHAMAR MONASTERY & SHAMBALA
IKH NART NATURE RESERVE