Mongolia is a landlocked country in the eastern part of Asia, with a population of 3.3 million, sparsely populated throughout the country. About 30 percent of the population lives a traditional nomadic life in circular tents, yurts, raising cattle that graze on endless hills covered with steppe pastures. Ever since the time of the famous Genghis Khan, it has been known that a Mongol without a horse is like a bird without wings, so even today, a horse is the most important means of transport for the inhabitants who live in rural areas. Yet, since Mongolia gained independence from the Soviet Union, Mongolia has adapted to modern trends in many aspects of life, working hurriedly to catch up with the world in technology, education, and tourism. And in tourism, they unmistakably know what their advantages are: untouched nature and warm nomadic hospitality!