In The News:

Fashion 2016

Eagle Landing

Justin Ocean

Every October in Mongolia, among the high-altitude crags of the Altai Mountains, the ancient nomadic tradition of falconry comes to life.

June 2016

The Great Wide Open

Pico Iyer

The future has arrived in Mongolia, both in the high-rises of its capital, Ulaanbaatar, and in the vast emptiness beyond. Pico Iyer finds a country that is moving ahead by embracing modernity and rediscovering its history.

May 11, 2016

Ask the Expert

Brandon Presser

Brandon Presser from Bravo's travel show Tour Group is back with his latest column, in which he answers your burning travel questions. Today, the travel expert and Bravo star responds to a viewer to talk about family vacays...near and far!

April 26, 2016

Desert Dreams

Andrew Sessa

Mongolia is so much more than a bucket-list destination.

May 2016

Mongolia

Brandon Presser

New Luxury has made the far-flung Gobi more accessible than ever.

May 2016

The Gold List 2016

It took owner Jalsa Urubshurow three years of deliberations with local nomads to find the perfect place to create this remarkable, sustainable hotel.

January/February 2016

Where to Go

Andrew Sessa

Mongolia's remote natural wonders - plains, lakes, deserts - used to appeal only to hard-core adventure seekers. But a few upscale hotels and a crop of top outfitters, such as Nomadic Expeditions, are making travel here not just easy but surprisingly comfortable.

March/April 2015

The Eagles

Lawrence Osborne

The Golden Eagle Festival outside Ulgi, Mongolia, draws hundreds of Kazakhs and dozens of traditional eagle hunters each year.

January/February 2014

Out & About

Small-cat safari
As safaris go, tracking endangered snow leopards in the mountains of Mongolia, sleeping in the gers of local tribes, and traveling in the company of World Wildlife Fund biologists define ambition.

March/April 2014

Escape Enlightened Explorer

For the True Adventurer...The Three Camel Lodge, an award-winning ecolodge in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia, combines a one-of-a-kind cultural adventure with superb service.

Spring 2014

Where the Wild Things Were

Joe Rohde

Snow leopards have never been known to kill a human. So I felt perfectly safe on a chilly morning following the fresh tracks of three snow leopards up through icy mountains to their dens. I ended up sitting in an absent leopard's perch to sketch the painting that became "The Snow Leopard's View."

September 9, 2013

Mongolia: Pristine beauty in the "Land of the Eternal Blue Sky"

Patricia Schultz

There are few places of undisturbed beauty left on this earth, where the inroads of tourism are still nascent and the guarantee of adventure comes free of risk (and WiFi). Mongolia is one such place.