From the traditional Gers planted on a lonely steppe, to the rolling sand dunes of the Gobi Desert. Annapurna Mellor shares her experiences of road tripping across Mongolia.
Teacher of Russian, fine tea connoisseur, Chinggis Khan Gold vodka enthusiast: meet local leader Anton.
David Attenborough has presented nature documentaries from some of the most exotic and inaccessible places on Earth, including the highlands of Papua New Guinea and the epic table-top mountain of Roraima.…
This International Women’s Day we chat with the youngest Brit to walk the length of the Gobi. Read on to find out about the highs, the lows, and everything else that happens when you trek across Asia’s largest desert.
Travellers keen to experience a truly authentic Naadam Festival shouldn’t be discouraged. They just need to know where to look.
Whether it’s a Mongolian Nana or a Peruvian Mama, homestay cooking, hospitality (and life wisdom) are simply the best.
There aren’t many things left in the world that can be called a genuine Adventure, but this is one of them.
The beaming and curious smiles of the locals watch on as we load our bags into the back locker of our overland truck. The dirt road snakes its way onwards through gentle hills, punctuated by traditional thatched straw homes. Smoke from early morning cooking dots the horizon and mixes with the cool mist in the early morning sun. Another epic day on the road awaits.
Travelling along the Trans-Mongolian railway was never a dream of mine. But then I stopped and thought about the enormity of it all for a minute.