Vast grassy steppes dominate in the eastern part of Mongolia. Welcome to the Mongolian Plateau. The eastern steppes are the last untouched grassland on earth and home to gazelles and Mongolian wild asses called Khulan. The gazelles are the most numerous mammals in Mongolia and there are about 1 million of them.
The remote eastern steppes border with the Khentii Mountain Range to the west, where the Chinggis Khaan was born and grown. Many important historical events related to Chinggis Khaan took place in Khan Khentii Mountains. Khentii Mountains are one of the most beautiful areas with its crystal clear rivers, streams, small and big lakes, forested mountains and lush green flower-carpeted valleys.
The mountains have been keeping many historical remnants and ancients monasteries.
The southeastern part of Mongolia is called Dariganga, a country of 222 extinct volcanoes. Some of the volcanoes worshipped by locals as it is considered holy. Also, some legendary Mongol men were born and lived in Dariganga. They were the real-life answer to Robin Hood story, they stole livestock from the rich and helped poor people In the area, you can visit Lhachinvandad Nature Reserve to see herds of deer and gazelles, see Mongolian the most eastern sand dunes Moltsog, part of the Mongolian Gobi desert, large and small lakes home to water birds, grasslands, and some man stones. Ganga is one of the spectacular lake edges with sand dunes where 500 to 1000 swans gather between October 1st to October 10th attracts many bird watchers.
You can visit a Buriat family while you are traveling through Chinggis Khaan’s birthplace Khentii mountains. Buriat people are renowned as hardworking people and famous for their delicious handmade bread and butter. People of Dariganga are famous for their silversmith. There is a large cave Taliin Agui/ Underground Cave in Dariganga. It is the biggest cave in steppes formed by lava bubble and one of the most interesting caves in Mongolia. Some halls of the cave have the permanent ice. In the eastern part of Mongolia historical, bird watching, mountain biking, plants, and flora research tours are popular. Explore destinations from our tours and message us about your dates and plan.