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Why should you visit Mongolia in 2024?

A simple secret of nomads
A simple secret of nomads

Mongolians have successfully retained their history despite the massive leaps in modernization around the globe. In Mongolia, there is a spirit that is so strong. The traces of ancient history still exist.


Visa-free list

Mongolian government declaring 2023 through 2025 the “Years to Visit Mongolia,” citizens from an additional 34 countries can now visit the country visa-free through the end of 2025.

The addition of several European countries, including Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Norway, Spain, and the UK, as well as Australia and New Zealand, now brings the total number of countries and territories on the visa-exempt list to 61.

The full list is here.

The newly built International Airport finally opened

With the ability to handle approximately 3 million passengers a year (double that of the old airport), the addition of 500 new aircraft parking spaces, and the infrastructure to support an increase in domestic as well as budget flights, the airport is a welcome addition to the country’s efforts to grow tourism.

Budget flights to Hong Kong from EZNIS Airways have been relaunched since the airport’s opening, and talks to resume direct flights to the United States are reportedly underway.


A modern new museum

 The recently opened Chinggis Khaan Museum offers a beautiful, fresh look at Mongolia’s tumultuous history. With more than 10,000 artifacts spanning over 2,000 years, the museum explores the history of the Mongols and the empire they created – and eventually lost. The museum’s artifacts are presented over eight floors, with six permanent and two temporary exhibition halls. Guided tours are offered in English every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. free of charge.


Learn about Mongolian calligraphy

Speaking of giving life to Mongolia’s most ancient traditions, the resurrection of Mongol script, or the traditional Mongolian script written from top to bottom and read from left to right, has also seen a major resurgence in recent years. While you’re there, you will experience different activities such as a tea ceremony, cooking class, watch Mongolian Movies with an English subtitle. Mongolian traditional games, meeting with an eagle huntress, it isn’t a circus or professional event. This is their tradition. They are proud of what they do, their culture, and their heritage.

Mongolian traditional clothing fashion show

Mongolia’s 16 ethnic groups wear about 400 types of different traditional garments called DEEL which sounds like DELL. Children's and adult men's traditional garments are almost identical in design, the only difference is in size, however, the women's traditional garments are quite different in style. Mongolian traditional garments have a well-thought-out design, so there is almost no material left after felting, simple yet effective. Depending on the person's height, 4-6 meters of silk will be used to make traditional garments with 80-90 cm wide silk. In the case of traditional garments l with a circular pattern, more silk is used because the pattern needs to match. In the summer, Mongolians usually wear single-layered or double-layered traditional garments, in the spring and autumn, traditional garments with cotton or lamb wool lining, and in the winter, sheep wool traditional garments. We are presenting different traditional garments that blend traditional traditional garments with modern designs at Dream Gobi Lodge. Singing dunes, camels and so much more of the Gobi.   


Mongolian traditional knot button

In ancient times knot button symbolized power capable of frightening enemies. It is widely used in traditional clothes. This unique technique is mother to mother-to-daughter pass-down method simple yet one of the Mongolian heritages. You will also see a pristine lake Khuwsgul, the blue pearl of Mongolia and one of the world's largest. You can drink straight from the lake which is rare in this world.

You will have a hands-on experience with the lodge staff as well as many different options of food. While you are in Mongolia, you will certainly explore new landscapes but more importantly, discover new ways of seeing and being.


Mongol Naadam-culture of the steppe nomads

In a tradition dating back thousands of years, the three-day event features wrestling, archery, and horse racing and ranks as Mongolia’s biggest public festival. Enthusiasm, rather than compulsion, now draws the crowds and everyone is in a cheery holiday mood with travelers.

To hear Mongolian monks chant at one of the surviving Buddhist monasteries.

Some monks chant, while others play drums or blow into seashells. Devoted Mongolians bow their heads in reverence and clasp their hands in prayer.

Mongolian traditional knot button

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