Mongolia is the travel page for Marcus, Seb and Justin.
Itinerary

Day 1- Arrive in Ulaanbaatar and city tour.

Day 2- Fly to South Gobi and visit Eagle valley.

Day 3- Visit Mongolian largest sand dunes.

Day 4- Free relaxing and camel ride

Day 5- Visit Bayanzag the land of the dinosaur

Day 6- Visit Ongi Temple

Day 7- Visit Erdenezuu and Karakorom

Day 8- Tour to Arkhangai province, claim to be Switzerland in Mongolia

Day 9-10 Horgo extinct volcano and Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake.

The travel season is typically from May to early October
So I would want to go on May 2, 09 or Sept 31, 09. for 2 weeks.

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Travel Warning: Ulaanbaatar

The streets of Ulaanbaatar are typically safe, but there is potential for outbreaks of violence. More than 300 people were injured and five killed in riots in early July. The rioters, angry over an alleged electoral fraud, set fire to the headquarters of Mongolia's ruling party, burned cars and threw stones. Travellers should avoid all public demonstrations in the capital.
severity: Mid-level alert

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/worldguide/mongolia/

-Seb.H

The travel season is typically from May to early October, though Ulaanbaatar can be visited any time of year if you can tolerate the bitter cold. Early July has the best weather for the northern part of the country and is also the time to celebrate Mongolia's Naadam

travel season is typically from May to early October
The best months to visit the Gobi Desert and not get toasted are September and October.Be aware that between mid-October and mid-May sudden snowstorms and extreme cold.
Ulaanbaatar is possibly the coldest capital city in the world. Temperatures generally start to drop below 0°C (32°F) in October, sink to -30°C (-22°F) in January and February and remain below freezing until April.

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Travel Warning: Ulaanbaatar

The streets of Ulaanbaatar are typically safe, but there is potential for outbreaks of violence. More than 300 people were injured and five killed in riots in early Julyexternal image moz-screenshot.jpg. The rioters, angry over an alleged electoral fraud, set fire to the headquarters of Mongolia's ruling party, burned cars and threw stones. Travellers should avoid all public demonstrations in the capital

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Set within the unspoiled wilderness of Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, the Terelj Hotel sits surrounded by majestic mountains and the stunning tranquillity of the Terelj River. Located near the birthplace of Chinggis (Genghis) Khaan,


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