The vast Gobi desert straddles across southern Mongolia and northern China. The largest desert in Asia, it has captivated the imagination of adventurers for centuries.
Explorers like Marco Polo, tradesmen of the Silk Road, and scientists who journeyed through the Gobi left behind an image of a mysterious and inhospitable land.
Despite its harsh conditions, the Gobi desert has been home to nomadic herders for millennia and sustains a multitude of wildlife, several of which like wild two-humped Bactrian camels and Gobi bear Mazaalai are rare, endangered species. The stunning landscape is diverse and dramatic. One day you can be hiking through a lush canyon, the next day riding a camel through sand dunes, or wake up to the sun rising over an endless steppe in the morning and watch the sun set over flaming red cliffs in the evening.
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