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The tour was awesome. I couldn;t be asked for better. Awesome tour. guide who was knowledgeable about all the tour sites. Driver was very friendly and warming. The city tour was great especially the cultural performance. I would recommend Blue Mongolia to all.

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Blog | published: 2019-04-15
The religious and cultural festival ‘Danshig Naadam – Khuree Tsam 2019’ will be held on August 3-4, the first weekend of the month, according to the Gandantegchinlen Monastery. The event is interesting for tourists and travelers, who will be looking for the unique feature of belief in Asia and golden heritage of Mongolian culture.
News | published: 2019-04-08
Wind in the steppe Moto festival for Mongolian travelers and foreign tourists will be held in 8-9,June near Ulaanbaatar area. The Moto festival will be open in the Chinggis Khan square in Ulaanbaatar and Mongolian moto clubs will participate in this festival. Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s international moto group will join with Mongolian moto riders in this festival.
Blog | published: 2019-04-02
The Mongolian breakfast includes following things: tea, boiled milk, yogurt, boiled milk, gambir - homemade pancake, wild fruits jam, fried barleys, cooked switch grass, cheese, fried curds, slices of steamed meat, slices of sheep tail fat, salty flat garlic, stinging nettle, fried mushrooms and so on…
Blog | published: 2019-03-25
In Mongolia in total of 6 types of crane are staying in summer time near small clear water lakes such as Gun, Galuut, Yahi, Erkhel and near steppe rivers such as Khurkh, Jargalant, Onon, Ulz and Kherlen rivers. The 6 types of cranes are: hooded crane  (Grus monacha), siberian crane or great white crane (Grus leucogeranus), white naped crane (Grus vipio), common crane (Grus grus), demoiselle crane (Anthropoides virgo), manjurian crane or japanese crane  (Grus japonensis).
Blog | published: 2019-03-18
Mongols founded the art of war in centuries of B.C and art of international diplomacy in 13 century. If we look at back in Mongolian history of 13 century - period of Mongolian hegemony, we will see the remarkable frame and form of art of war, art of diplomacy and great wisdom to respect all believes and raligions. This period is known as the Pax Mongolica and lasted for about two centuries after the initial conquests of Genghis Khan. 
Most decorations on the bag are traditionally Islamic, but a court scene shows Mosul's metalworkers adapting to appeal to their new rulers from the Mongol Il-Khanid dynasty. Made of brass and inlaid with gold and silver, the bag is the only one of its kind - which made it difficult for experts to work out what it was.
Blog | published: 2019-03-04
In order to improve our agency's travel service and in order to give the some ideas to coming tourists, we would be happy to share our old clients' feedback and comments on our blog page. From these testimonials, you can have a simple idea about our travel service, about tour guides and hotels and local conditions. In mainly, someone from urbanized civilization is introduced deeply into nomadic civilization, that person will feel a big difference on stepping, talking, thinking and communicating.
Blog | published: 2019-02-27
The second floor is much attractive gallery of fine art, which was expressing real evidences in Mongolian history and Mongolian culture. The Fine art history work is painted by 5 artists from Orkhon province on canvas with oil paints. The painting is done in 6 months. On the top of the ger construction there is a chimney. There are 9 white banners and blue globe with map of Great Mongolian Empire in 13 century. Inside the ger building, the big sized horse whip (12.6) is hanged from the roof in the middle of building as decoration.      
Chinggis Khan was a great military general and warlord. In 13 century the Mongolian population was only 1.5 million and all of them are nomads. Chinggis Khan had only 450 thousand soldiers and 1.5 million horses in maximum from this population. That time, the china’s population was 50 million, Persia and Arabian population was around 20 million. They had much more soldiers and much power of man. Chinggis Khan and his generals could build up the perfect military army with military technics and strategies.
Almost all cashmere sourced from Mongolia is organic and natural. There are more than 10 cashmere factories in Ulaanbaatar city, which manufactures natural soft high standard clothes from cashmere. These factories Gobi, Altai, Buyan, Evseg, Bodio, Naadam and so many factories produce cashmere clothes, cashmere rolls, cashmere outdoor camping equipment from goat and camels’ cashmere and yak and sheep wools. These factories products are rich in selection of sizes, designs, colors and softiness.  
Ovoo is a sacred stone heap used as offers or shrines in Mongolian ancient shamanic religious practice dedicated to lords of the sky (heaven) and earth (owners of mountains, rivers, lake and forests). They are usually made from rocks with wood. Ovoos are often found at the top of mountains and in high places, like mountain passes. It looks like a pile of stones.  In modern times, some ovoos are developed into large and elaborate structures, becoming more like Buddhist stupas and small temples. In some part of Mongolia, there are complexes of 13 ovoos, 9 ovoos, 7 ovoos or 3 ovoos.
In Ulaanbaatar city, you will have a nice chance to enjoy Mongolian Folklore Concert in the evening by 6 p.m in the National theatre or at Tumen Ekh ensemble theatre. Mongolian Folklore Concert and Entertainment Show’s program includes several unique performances and art acts, which describes the features of Mongolian nomadic culture and nomadic art. Nomadic art and performances from nomadic culture is really different in sounding, feeling, movements with rare unexpected acts for the western tourists.
Blue Mongolia Tour agency names the one of the best things to do in Mongolia is to visit to nature biggest gallery of ancient rock engravings. This Tsagaan Salaa Complex is the richest in terms of chronological age, quantity, and quality of imagery and the most understandable in terms of content and culture side.  There are images of various animal species (wild goats, wild mountain sheep, wolves, tigers or pumas, hyenas, elephants), hunting scenes, and scenes depicting aspects of human life in the region.  
You will feel the lovely singing of kid jockeys for their horses, the shining happiness on a face of horse owners, the power and accuracy of shooting, the colorful traditional costumes of publics. In Ulaanbaatar Naadam festival more than 500 horses compete in one round, so for you the only chance to enjoy and to see so many horses racing in an open valley.
Mongols give lots of nicknames to the sun: treasure globe, green horse rider, king of the light and so on… The Mongols have great tradition to enjoy the sunrise in the morning and offer the milk or tea to this planet as thanking for giving us the light and surviving in this earth planet. In the morning of new year according to lunar calendar Mongols reach the highest places or mountains and greet the sun at the first of all. They greet the sun, thank it and send their wishes and dream to the sun. We recommend you to enjoy the sunrise like Mongols.
An inscription thought to be from 1226 was found on a stone stele in the south of Baikal lake. This inscription says that while Chinggis Khan was holding an assembly of Mongolian dignitaries and lords after his conquest of Sartaul tribe, Esungge general shot a target at 335 alds in mongolian - 536m in European and 333 miles in american.
Cavalries’ food in 13th century and nomads food in B.C2000 – these 2 types of BBQ are the main offer in present modern time to our guests: tourists. In Ulaanbaatar city we have BBQ buffet restaurants and they offer the different types of meat grills: lamb, goat, beef, horse, yak, chicken, pork, some sea animals. Here you will enjoy the different tastes of different type of meats and many choices for salads and soups.
Mongolian present territory of Gobi desert is the real example to show the history and story of our planet and its’ flora and fauna. The ancient ocean bottom areas, ancient volcanoes, ancient animals fossils, petrified wood and plants, dinosaurs' cemetery places will show you what were happened with our planet in past millions years and what was left from that time.
Blog | published: 2018-12-04
Mongolia and Mongols can’t be described without horse and cavalry in it’s the history. Horses play a big role in a daily and national life of the Mongols, and there is a Mongolian quotation that A Mongol without a horse is like a bird without the wings. Mongolians are famous for their horses and kids’ horse riding ability. Horses are worshipped and respected by steppe nomads as its spiritual power and it is a part of Mongolian State symbol.
Blog | published: 2018-11-27
Blue Mongolia Travel agency will offer you the gentle domesticated camel to enjoy the riding fun. If you have a lack of time and not possible to drive or fly for the hundreds of miles and kilometers, our Mongolian tour managers will offer you service to ride a camel near by the Ulaanbaatar city.
Blog | published: 2018-09-29
Blue Mongolia Tour’s What To Do in Mongolia No3 list is refers to DRINK AIRAG. Airag is mare’s fermented milk and it is called as koumiss in russian. For Mongols, The most smart and sacred animal is the horse. Horses don't only serve at the purpose of riding, mounting, fighting and meat eating, the mare's milk also has a special status for making traditional national beverage of Mongolia.
Blog | published: 2018-08-04
SLEEP IN GERS Blue Mongolia Travel agency renames the TOP 15 THINGS TO DO IN MONGOLIA in series of narration. We names the second thing to do in Mongolia is to SLEEP IN A GER.Mongolian nomads initiated and re-designed the GER (yurta in Russian language) in last many hundred years, therefore, you will feel that how this dwelling is suit for nomadic often moves.
Blog | published: 2018-07-18
1. VISIT TO NOMAD FAMILY. Blue Mongolia Tour travel agency renames the TOP 15 THINGS TO DO IN MONGOLIA in series of narration. Based on our experience of being travel expert in Mongolia for last 20 years, we sort out the activity of Visiting to Nomads as the Number 1 THING TO DO IN MONGOLIA.
Blog | published: 2018-06-18
2. Gobi desert It is dry landscape with many diversities: one valley is with sand dunes, one valley is full of flaming cliffs, one valley is with rocky hills, one valley is oasis, one valley is just vast steppe, one valley is nothing except mirage, one valley is full of gazelles and wild camels and so on… The real extraordinary place of gobi is keeping lots of interesting and unique things: hundreds of cemeteries of dinosaurs, which were living 120-65 millions years ago, more than 18000 tracks of dinosaurs, which are different in sizes from 5 sm big in diameter up to 1m big. You can not see many of these tracks and fossils anywhere around the world. Big herds of camels on vast steppe pasturing in real tranquility and lizards are running around your feet and the big sun is shining above your head.
Blog | published: 2018-06-08
Most of people think that it is a big deal and too much risk to travel in Mongolia – land of savage people and land of wild nature and wild things. Some people, who have lots of travel experience, consider Mongolia as one of earth's last frontiers, a destination so far and remote that only the most experienced of travelers can get there. Indeed, they don’t know well Mongolia. So Mongolian travel expert Blue Mongolia agency suggests people to learn about it and then look at Mongolia. We believe that after 20 years Mongolia will be the travel dream destination for world tourists.
News | published: 2018-05-31
On May 19, ‘Ulaanbaatar Marathon-2018’ international marathon took place in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. This year the most of audience were foreign travelers and some of them really wanted to participate in it, if they knew about the marathon in advance. Therefore, Blue Mongolia Tour agency marketing department plans to propose the UB Marathon tour in next 2019 tourism season. it will be held annually on Saturday of 3rd week of May.
Blog | published: 2018-05-15
A Mongolian wrestler has set a record of lifting a camel for five minutes in Bayankhongor aimag. The record-setting event took place during a Camel Lifting Competition held among male participants of the Camel Festival, hosted by Bayanlig soum of Bayankhongor aimag
Shar Tsav Dinosaur Tracksite is located 830 km southeast of Ulaanbaatar in the Manlai soum of Umnugobi province. Travelers and tourists can reach there in 2 days and 1 night drive on paved road and earth road. Shar Tsav tracksite is located in Bayan Shireenian formation – 90 million years ago. It means some dinosaurs fossils found here is dated back to 90 millions years ago.
Blog | published: 2018-04-25
Total population in Mongolia was about 1,000 individuals (Shaller et al.,1994), but it was 500-1000 individuals according in the survey conducted in 2000 (McCarthy and Chapron, 2003). It means that Mongolia hosts about 13–22% of the estimated global snow leopard population in less than 10% of the total range of the species.
Blog | published: 2018-04-17
In April of 2018  Przewalski's wild horses inhabiting in Takhiin Tal reached 200. The Przewalski’s wild horses in Takhiin Tal or part B of the Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area SPA have overcome frigid cold winter without any loss and fifty mares are expected to deliver off-spring this spring. In Khustain Nuruu National park’s wild horses’ population reaches 315. Khustain Nuruu National park is one of the main touristy places and biological research center, which is open for Mongolian and international biological experts.  
Day 5. Menen vast steppe and Khalkha Gol river basin area At 6.00a.m my hotel roommate Mrs.Narantsatsralt and me were welcome to the our tour van and we picked up our other tour campanions and headed into the feather grassland vast steppe of Menen. For a while after leaving I had some nap and I was awakened when the vehicle stopped. The driver wants “to see a horse” – (need to use nature toilet), it was just exactly the time of sunrise. Some of our group members respected and felt happy from deep of their hearts as looking at beautiful golden globe.
PART 2. Day 3. Long day visiting to Buriat Ethnic Museum & Mongol Daguur (Dauria) National Park & Exploring Gazelle herds and 3 countries’ border. Having nice breakfast with home-made buriatian toasts and nice taste sour crème from milk is a shiny part of my travel memory. This morning we visited to very nice museum and we had lots of information about Buriat ethnic group. Buriats consider that their descendants are Khoridoi general and Swan lady from sky. Therefore, we could see the monument of Swan mother in small garden of this village.
Day 1. We are now a team. When some parts of land was already covered by snow by the end of October, I joined a wonderful FAM Tour to vast steppe in east of Mongolia as sitting in Russian 4WD van. This trip purpose is to research what is the possibility of tourist products in Dornod province and what is the ability and facility to serve for our guests.
Blog | published: 2018-03-12
A monstrous, meat-eating flying reptile that had a wingspan of a small airplane, could walk on all fours and stalked its prey on land has been found in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. Fortunately for us humans, who would have made for a delightful midday snack, this pterosaur is dead.
Blog | published: 2017-05-16
Why Mongolia and China countries do not get along as a single country is their culture, the way they lead their lifestyle and their mindsets that share very little in common leaving the Great Wall as a token of the fine line between them. The Mongolian Empire after Genghis separated into four major khanates, and Yuan was one of it. King Khublai adapted the Chinese bureaucratic system and reserved Chinese culture throughout the dynasty while using Chinese scholars for most of the governmental positions, and this is why Yuan is considered a Chinese dynasty ran by Mongolian nobles and royalties, instead of another traditional Mongolian-nomadic khanate. China is more like a civilization entity rather than a state or a nation, since the history of China is written by different cultural and ethnicity groups competing for the throne.
Blog | published: 2017-05-03
Did dinosaurs flirt? It seems incredible to imagine, but the answer seems to be yes, at least in the case of the oviraptor, a small theropod dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous Period (about 75 million years ago). New research reveals that oviraptors may have waved their flexible tail feathers to attract potential mates, in a way that resembles the habits of a modern-day peacock.
Blog | published: 2017-04-05
Great Mongolian Empire territory exists from Hungary and Poland in the west, close to Medina and Mekka and almost north part of India in south west, some part of Burma in the south, until the coast of Pacific ocean in the east and half part of Siberia in the north. This Mongolian big territory were provided with travel & post stations in distance of 20-30 km and travelers, tourists and merchants were traveling free on the roads, specially, economy is flourishing along the silk road and its neighboring towns and villages. Mongolian Empire existed between 1206 and 1380 as making some Dynasties: Yuan Dynasty (present China and Indochina countires), Golden Horde (Central asia and Russia, Ukraine), IL Khanate (Turkey, India and Persian countries). There Mongolian Lords were living and leading the country as keeping Mongolian tradition, specially for government building, state meeting, state official ceremonies.
Blog | published: 2017-03-23
To hear the Romans tell it, the arrival of Huns at the empire's border was an unmitigated catastrophe. “The Huns in multitude break forth with might and wrath … spreading dismay and loss,” read a poem engraved on a wall in ancient Constantinople. “And naught but loss of life and breath their course shall ever stay.” The nomadic Huns, who ranged across Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, were called “treacherous,” “scarcely human,” “the scourge of all lands.” Historical accounts, many of them written long after the wars with the Huns were over, blamed them for the fall of Rome and the Dark Ages that followed. It's certainly true that the Huns' military campaign cut the Roman Empire to its core. But Susanne Hakenbeck, an archaeologist at the University of Cambridge, was suspicious of accounts by the bitter losers.
Blog | published: 2017-03-11
Starting from 1,June 2017 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s tour managers add a sightseeing route of Khavtsgait rock paintings into south gobi desert tour program. The rock paintings are discovered by local people in many centuries ago, but it was recently recognized and studied by archaeological study students and it is becoming the tourists attraction in gobi desert area.
Blog | published: 2017-01-15
Each year Blue Mongolia agency’s tour department enriches our fund of tour programs with 1 new program. In 2017 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff offers ART tour to our clients and travelers. At the end of the trip travelers will have one acclimatization day and they can take painting fun in open air. What type of painting he/she wants to draw is up to him/her.
Blog | published: 2016-11-19
In 2016 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff presented ATV Tour to our active clients and adventure travelers. ATV travel was very attractive and really good fun for travelers. During this travel travelers rode atv everyday and headed to Chinggis Khan statue, 13th century cultural park, nomad family, hot and cold springs in Khentii mountain ranges, ancient historical places, Terelj national park and so on..
Blog | published: 2015-12-15
In 2015 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff offers SHAMANISM TRAVEL to our clients and travelers. Mongolian nomads’ daily activities and their tradition is related to shamanism activities and philosophy, so our tour staff considered the introductions of shamanism culture to travelers as a part of Mongolian travel products.
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