Sain Baina uu
Willkommen in der Mongolei
Mit Sicherheit wird ihr erster Blick auf die Mongolei, der vom Flugzeug aus sein, oder wenn Sie mit der Bahn anreisen, der durch das Fenster ihres Zugabteils. Egal von welcher Richtung Sie in die Mongolei kommen, immer werden Sie als erstes von der endlosen Weite der Landschaft begrüßt werden. Wer die Ursprünglichkeit der Mongolei erleben will, muß raus aufs Land. In die sanft gewellte Unendlichkeit der Grassteppe. In das platte Sanduniversum der Wüste Gobi. In den bizarren Klippenkosmos des Altai-Gebirges oder in das Grasmeer, der Steppe in der Ostmongolei.
Mongolia has a rich culture and history. For centuries, the people living here in the barren and harsh landscape and have adapted to the harsh conditions and it spawned a unique culture. The does not provide the individual in the foreground, but the community. Share and cooperation, instead of "mine," and against each other. The central point of the nomadic society is the yurt. These proven round tents made of felt, stand out the same huge mushrooms of the endless green of the landscape. They give protection and also invite every stranger you to linger.
The country on the brink of new beginnings to modern times. Only a few years you can travel to Mongolia without big problems. This seclusion of any external influences that still preserves the country largely in its original state. Time has come, gets another dimension and is used for things that appear to the host as marginal.
This is Mongolia
Mongolia is not for mass tourism. The local conditions are still quite simple and require the host a high willingness to admit satisfied with the simple things, also the journey season is very short. The country has so much to offer. Especially sports fans as riders, climber, boaters, hikers and nature lovers are fully come here at your cost.
And when I go now the best in this country? To answer this question correctly will depend on in which region you would like to Travelling. The Gobi is best to visit in the spring, then when the desert "blooms", end of May. The north and the Altai Mountains is the best time in August. I myself am like the beginning / end of September in the country en route. Then the nights get quite cool, the days still very warm and the whole country is full of autumnal ripe, in anticipation of the winter.