The Gobi, meaning 'Stoney' Desert living up to its name!; Mongolia

Gobi Desert

Gobi Trips

The ever-changing landscape of the Gobi Desert is home to some of Mongolia’s most spectacular scenery. Particular highlights include the majestic Ikh Bogd, the highest mountain in the Gobi-Altai mountain range, and the ‘singing sand dunes’, which stretch for some 200km and reverberate with a beautiful, haunting music as the wind courses through them.

In the country's largest national park, Gobi Gurvansaikhan (meaning 'three beauties of the Gobi'), the landscape spans rocky and sandy desert plains, precipitous cliffs and ravines, salt pans and oases. There, the Yolyn Am canyon is so deep and narrow that even in the height of summer, winter ice can remain on the valley floor. And the South Gobi Desert is home to 100,000 camels, typically used by herders for transportation of their gers (yurts); on Exodus Gobi tours, there's the opportunity to visit a camel-breeding family and get a glimpse into the traditional way of life. 

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