Ulaanbaatar - White stuppa /450 km/
That day we will drive to the scarp of Tsagaan Suvarga which is located in Ulziit soum, Dundgobi province. It is interesting to see the sheer slope, facing east, which from the cliff is 30 meters high and 100 meters wide. Over thousands of years, the wind has created this amazing structure.
White stuppa - Flamming cliffs /260 km/
Bayan-Zag means "Flaming Cliffs" of Bayan-Zag, famous for the discovery of dinosaur fossils. The area is most famous for yielding the first discovery of dinosaur egg
Flamming Cliffs - Khongor Sand dunes /160km/
The Khongoryn Els is some of the largest and most spectacular sand dunes in Mongolia. You will see beautiful views, huge sand dunes and a cold water spring with a river that leads to two small ponds. The sands have attractive curves which end in a sharp edge, making wave-like patterns on the sand. They continually change shape due to the wind and reflect yellow-white colors as the intensity of light changes during the day.
Khongor sand dunes - Yol valley /200 km/
Yoliin Am in middle of the Gobi desert National Park which is a strictly protected area, covering 70 sq.kms. The mountains here are the highest in the Gobi Desert and the rocky scenery is quite interesting, especially until mid-July while the ice in a gorge remains. We will do trekking for 3km through a narrow valley, then 3km back to the minivan. Spend our night at another nomadic yurt.
YOL Valley - Relict rocks in Mongolia
Baga Gazariin Chuluu Ruins (1768 m high granite Stone Mountain in the territory of Adaatsag soum, Dundgobi province. It is another place with unique scenery that many tourists compare with lunar scenes. The mountain contains remains of old temples. They are not only rich in mineral and crystals, but also eye spring, old stone temple ruins related with the 17th century. We will spend the night in a nomadic family’s yurt.
Relict rocks in Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar /280 km/