Ulaanbaatar Via Sand Dunes Of Elsen Tasarhal

After having breakfast, we need to check out. Today will be the very last night in Mongolia. On our back to Ulaanbaatar, visit the spectacular Sand Dunes – Elsen Tasarhal. Going towards east from Khogno Khan, we will find sand dunes lost in the middle of a mountainous area. They’re called Elsen Tasarkhai, “the sand fracture”, and extend on 80 kilometres (49,71 miles) in the South of the Khogno Khan National Park. These dunes run along the Tarna River that is bordered with willow trees.

Continue travelling to Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. As soon as we reach, we will start our city tour in Ulaanbaatar including Sukhbaatar square, Gandan, and Zaisan Memorial.

Chinggis’s Square formally Grand Chinggis Khan Square and previously known as Sükhbaatar Square is the central square of Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar. The official name was changed in 2013 in honor of the founding father of the Mongolian nation.

Most Buddhist Monasteries in Mongolia were destroyed during the communist regime, which lasted until
1990. One of the only to survive was Gandan Monastery, being used as a showcase for visitors.

The National Museum of Mongolia formerly the National Museum of Mongolian History, is one of the national museums of Mongolia located in the capital Ulan Bator. The National Museum of Mongolia is a cultural, scientific, and educational organization, which is responsible for the collection, conservation and interpretation of the objects.

Have dinner in a restaurant followed by check in to the hotel. Stay the night in Ulaanbaatar.