Gobi desert

Let's go on a tour through the Gobi Desert, which is the world's second most significant paleontological site. Only 5% of Mongolia's Gobi desert is covered in sand. Mountains with lush green valleys, random sand dunes, oases, rivers, lakes, historical sites, vast barren steppes, grassy steppes, and mud cliffs with dinosaur fossils are all part of the landscape. 40 percent of Mongolia's land area is semi-desert. The Gobi desert landscape will captivate you as you drive through it, changing minute by minute, hour by hour, and day by day.

White lake
Orkhon waterfall
Gobi desert