Mongolia has a surreal beauty that you won’t find anywhere else because it is relatively undiscovered by tourists. We venture deep into the Mongolian Steppe to experience nomadic life, whereas the majority of commercial tours visit the Gobi Desert. Yes, you can live with reindeer herders and eagle hunters who still practice their centuries-old customs today.
In the case of bursting open air fires, unending brilliant evenings, generous Mongolian delights and enduring it with wanderers sound like a great time, then, at that point, go along with us for our impending excursions!
Although the grand Mongolian plains are fascinating, nothing compares to diving into the ocean’s depths, which is a whole new world. It’s time to get an open water certification if you don’t already have one! And the Great Barrier Reef is an excellent location for it.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia. It is arguably the most famous dive site in the world, with more than 2,900 reefs.