Cling to your camel as a Gobi sandstorm sweeps past. Learn the 'three manly sports' while visiting nomad families on Ger-to-Ger adventure. Honour the sky gods with the famous vodka dip-and-flick ritual. Stretch out your vocal cords with a throat-singing lesson. Our intrepid author conducted 180 days' research, covered 8259km and drank 135 cups of salty milk tea. New Outdoors chapter details activities from cycling the Chinggis Khaan trail to horse trekking the steppes. Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, news and traveller insights.While you may imagine everything is buried under snow, the country does still function; museums will be open, transportation ... For example, thanks to the frozen ground, lakes and rivers, cars can drive from Khatgal over Jigleg Pass and onto to ... However, you could try ice fishing, cross-country skiing or even offbeat adventures like dog sledding. ... After the long winter, livestock will already be thin and a lack of rain means many will die, causing financial and psychological hardship.
|Title||:||Mongolia. Ediz. Inglese|
|Publisher||:||Lonely Planet - 2008|