Looking for that perfect landscape of Mongolia, to take that epic picture!
Finding that awesome landscape of Mongolia isn't that difficult really.
We discovered these Mongolian landscapes and panoramas on our tours and thought you might like to know why they are so photogenic.
The Altai Tavan Bogd National Park (or Tavan Bogd National Park)
The five peaks of Altai Tavan Bogd National Park are part of the massive Mongol Altai mountain range which is Mongolia's largest and longest mountain spread over some 63k Ha. The Altai Tavan Bogd is the highest part of the range being 3,500m above sea level.
Besides the range, you can also take incredible shots of the Tsagaan Gol or the White River where the summer heat melts the glaciers and turns the water to a white colour.
The Altai Tavan Bodg National Park is also home to the beautiful eagles of Mongolia and the Mongolian eagle hunters.
Kharkhiraa Turgen Mountains
Kharkhiraa Turgen Mountains are stunning twin peaks located in Uvs Province in Western Mongolia. The mountains are similar in height and are separated by a beautiful passage.
The Kharkhiraa Turgen Mountains features some stunning lakes and amazingly gorgeous waterfalls and hosts amazing parnorama's and views
Dornod Mongolia Steppe (vast landscape in Mongolia)
Dornod is one of the largest protected grassland ecosystems on earth. It's located in Eastern Mongolia.
The vast landscape of Dornod Mongolia Steppe is impressive enough, but it is the 40,000 or more Mongolian white-tailed gazelles migrating through the area each year that makes it a wildlife photographer's dream.
The picturesque Khoten Lake is one you cannot afford to miss when in the Bayan-Ulgii province. It is located in the Altai Tavan Bogd National Park.
Khongor Sand Dunes.
The Khongor Sand Dunes of the Gobi Desert are the highest and one of the largest in Mongolia with some areas rising up to 300m in height. You must experience them, as you will be forever in awe of mother nature's wonders.
Khermen Tsav is a mesmerizing reddish desolate canyon located in the Mongolian Gobi Desert. The canyon stretches for about 15 to 20 km and have been formed millions of years ago. The are is one of the most well-known paleontological excavation site.
In 2020, you will find that as desolate as it seems, the area offers some of the most amazing views of Mongolia.
Rising 4,175m, Tsambagarav Mountain is a sacred mountain to Mongolians. It is a centrepiece of a well-kept national park bearing the same name.
It is a beautiful snow-capped mountain standing tall in stark contrast to the green steppes below.
This stunning view offers some of the most beautiful images of Mongolia landscapes.
Khetsuu Khad is the core and the main attraction of Khyargas Lake in Western Mongolia. This giant white rock pops out of the limitless and clear blue waters in a unique contrast that offers a breath-taking view to visitors.
Eej Khairkhan Mountain.
The Eej Khairkhan Mountain lies lonely in the middle of Govi-Altai.
It is a sacred granite formation towering above a desolate landscape. The rock formation is extremely unique and makes for great landscape photos.
Burkhan Buudai Mountain
The Burkhan Buudai Mountain offers another mesmerizing view in the Govi-Altai Province. This mountain features a massive rock formation boasting a stunning glimpse of the real Mongolia to the viewer.
You will definitely love the scenic view and the resulting pictures.
Lake Khuvsgul is the largest freshwater lake in Mongolia and the second largest freshwater lake in all of Asia after the Baikal in Russia.
This is the only place you can take amazing pictures of beautiful mountains, stunning blue waters and reindeer.
Gobi Desert - Mongolia
The Gobi Desert is the 5th largest desert in the world spreading across both China and Mongolia, on the southern portion of the country.
It is quite unique with a great contrast to most other parts of Mongolia.
Be sure to visit and capture this landscape of mongolia, with some beautiful photos of the stunning beautiful sunsets.
Orkhon Valley is located in Central Mongolia, Southeast of Ulaanbaatar.
The area is steeped in history, being a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to numerous archaeological sites. The earliest remnants date all the way back to 62,000-58,000 years ago. But there are also traces of numerous more contemporary civilizations - he Huns, Turkic peoples, the Uyghurs, the Kithans, and finally the Mongols.
Take captivating photos here that carry with them rich historic memories.
Gun-Galuut Nature Reserve
Gun-Galuut Nature Reserve is a smaller area of 200 square metres located approximately 80 miles southeast of the capital. It is a landscape full of rivers, lakes, mountains, and wetlands located in Tov Province.
Having so much diverse landscapes, the area is home to some incredible wildlife. That includes especially some endangered species such as Argali sheep and water birds species. This makes the reserve a picture-perfect site for bird watchers and nature photographers.
Eight Lakes/ Naiman Nuur
The Eight Lakes/ Naiman Nuur Landscape is a lovely alpine landscape that brings together lush green valleys, forest-covered mountains, and crystal clear lakes. As a photographer you will have a great opportunity to shoot a beautiful lush green panorama that will win your heart. The area is ideal for trekking and horse riding.