BAGA GAZRIIN CHULUU
Baga gazriin chuluu- located in center of Dundgobi province, 230km from Ulaanbaatar. The highest peak is Tavilgiin canyon, 1768 meters above sea level. This granite stone-mountain is 15km long, 10km wide and looks like erected. large herds of Argali and ibex, and gazelles are on the back of the mountain. There are many interesting places, such as the Jargalant Cave, the Eye treatment spring, the ruins of Lovonchamba monastery and about 200 ancient graves.
TSAGAAN SUVARGA / WHITE STUPA/
The scarp of Tsagaan Suvarga is located in the Ulziit sum of the Dundgobi province. In ancient times, the sheer slope was sea bed and its wonderful sedimentary structure was created over millions of years by nature. The scarp is 400m long and 60m tall with 90 degree upright. There is a famous cave with two mounth, that lie 7 km to the east of the white stupa, they are called Khevtee Bosoo agui.(Lie and stand cave). Because some parts of the cave are very small, so you can only crawl, but other areas are very large so you are able to stand up.
YOLYN AM /EAGLE VALLEY/
Yolyn Am (lammergeyer Valley) is a deep and narrow gorge in the Gurvan Saikhan Mountain of southern Mongolia. The valley is named after the Lammergeyer, which is called Yol in Mongolian.
Strictly Protected Area is 64 square kilometers and located 2800 meters above sea level. River flows through the gorge and in the winter the ice field reaches several meters thick. The ice has been throughout the year, however, due to global warming over the last few years, most of the ice melts.
KHONGOR SAND DUNES /KHONGORYN ELS/
Khongoryn Els lies in the Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park in Mongolia. Rising as high 200 m, the dunes are 7-8 km wide and about 180 km long and cover over 965 square kilometers (373 sq mi). Khongor sand dunes are one of the largest and most spectacular sand dunes in Mongolia. The sand dunes make a singing sound while you climb, that’s why Also known as "Singing Sands”. From the top of the sand dunes, the view of the desert is wonderful.
BAYAN ZAG /FLAMMING CLIFF/
Bayanzag means “rich in saxaul”. It is located about 100 km (62,14 miles) at the northwest of Dalanzadgad. Also known as Flamming cliff, because Bayanzag's red clay soil looks like a red burning fire at the sun set. Flamming cliff named by Roy Andrew Chapman American explorer, who had visited Mongolia in 1920. During the 2 years he searched through the Mongolian Gobi Desert and he found Dinosaur fossils from Bayanzag, Nemekht Mountain.
ONGI MONASTERY / ONGI TEMPLE RUIN/
Ongi Monastery (Ongiin Khiid) is the ruins of two monasteries that south and north bank of beautiful Ongi River in Saikhan-Ovoo sum of Dundgovi Province. This 2 monastery complex was built in two phases, the south side, Khutagt Khiid, in first in 1760 and the north side, Barlim Khiid, one century later. The southern complex consisted of administrative buildings as well as 11 temples. The northern complex consisted of 17 temples - among them one of the largest temples in Mongolia. The grounds housed also 4 Buddhist universities and over 1000 monks at its height.
Ongi Monastery were completely destroyed in 1939 during anti-religious purges carried out under Khorloogiin Choibalsan, the leader of the Communist Party of Mongolia. Over 200 monks were killed, and many surviving monks were imprisoned or forcibly laicized and conscripted into the Communist controlled army. After democracy of Mongolia in 1990, monks returned to Ongi monastery where they had begun their Buddhist education as young children some 60 years prior. Also it was decided to rebuild the monastery. The first temple was inaugurated in 2004.