This is the first initiative in Mongolian tourism that helps to keep alive our traditional sounds which nowadays tend to the extinction. The main goal of this project is preserving the Mongolian Traditional Musical Heritage by operating musical tours concept. The project is running for 3 years already in our collaboration with a NGO,” Khunnu Tsuur-Mongolian Folk Music Association “. Since the project is initiated by our company we are responsible for the marketing and advertising tools necessary to develop and also a quality of organization & logistics, Sustainable Tourism Development Center NGO implements concepts and core keys. Read More »
The major potentials of Mongolia for a successful international tourism development lay in the beauty of its unspoiled landscape as well as its cultural heritage, in particular by today’s pastoral
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“Mother Lake Khuvsgul” Children’s Eco Club in the northern Mongolia
Khatgal village, Alag-Erdene soum, Khuvsgul province Brief introduction: Children’s Eco Club „Mother sea Khuvsgul” was founded on 17th of August 2008 at the initiative and with the support of our company. The initial activity was carried out with involvement of about 50 pupils and 5 teachers of the 11-year secondary school of Khatgal village and the local community.
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The ‘Nomad Library’ project is intended to reduce educational poverty by providing books to Mongolian countryside children who many otherwise not have the opportunity to access a library. This library doesn`t wait the children to come to it, but it directly goes to the children, made in a Ger, the Nomad library travels through the Tuv, Bulgan, Khentii provinces and stop few days around central villages, or summer places of nomad herders. Another main purpose of the Nomad library is to be a cultural and ecological education center in the remote countryside. Since the beginning of the project in 2008 our company involved in it, and fully supported its successful implementations for 4 years already. Many of our clients visited and donated the Nomad library project, and involved as volunteers to teach the children some elementary English. Read More »