• Mongolian Gobi has the most extreme environment and challenging weather conditions with +40C in summer while the winter temperature can reach as low as -40C. Two humped -Bactrian camels are native to the Gobi Desert.

  • Vast fertile land and herds of animals are the blessing from the eternal sky to Mongol people. The benefits of having livestock is immeasurable. Mongolian herders who have been raising livestock since the earliest time are living in a healthy way that is very friendly and compatible with the natural environment.

  • The Gobi is unusual feature in a landscape where the most of water is accessed by deep wells. In some areas within Gobi, water may appear on the surface as a meandering trickle (disappearing when the weather becomes too hot) with small stands of Poplars, or fringed with reeds like oasis.