Mongolia is a beautiful country. The mountains are pretty, the people are excellent. Ulaanbaatar is the capital and largest city of Mongolia. It’s modern and enjoyable to see a dynamic thrust in a growing economy. Most of Mongolian population is nomadic and families depend on their livestock for virtually all of their core needs, shelter, clothing and food.
Cheese curd is cut and then dried on top of the yurt. With a population of only three million, the Mongolian people manage more than 60 million livestock. Nomadic tribes spend much of their lives in search of stray animals because there are almost no fences in the entire country.
Kids in Mongolia start learning to ride a horse when they are three to four. These are just some of the interesting and notable things about Mongolia. You can find more through search engines by typing, ‘Mongolia what to see’ (or ‘mongolia co warto zobaczyć’ in Polish) as there are several travel blogs that have all these details to help you learn more about any country including Mongolia before you travel there.
In order to make the most of any new country that you choose to visit for holidays., you will want to learn to communicate for which gaining basic language skills would be extremely helpful. You do not need to learn a new language but being expressive and aware of how things work would take you a long way.