It is located in the south-central part of Mongolia, bordering Töv province to the north, Govisümber and Dornogovi provinces to the east, Ömnögovi province to the south, and Övörkhangai province to the west.
The Ongi River flows to the west, covered with grassland vegetation, and south of the desert. Underground resources such as copper, coal, and iron ore, and precious stones such as marble, nephrite, jade, and fluorite are also buried in Dundgovi Province.
The province has beautiful landscapes and curiosity such as Ikh Gazriin Chuluu (large stone) and Baga Gazriin Chuluu (small stone), Kufu Oasis, Pyramid-shaped Tsagaan Swarga (white pagoda), and dunes. enjoying. There are also many medicinal plants such as Artemisia, Allium Mongolica, Psamocroa, Mugwort, Wheatgrass, Wild Rose, Licorice, Cynomolgus Monkey, Agriophilium. There are also many bird species such as eagles and swans. Dundgovi has many minerals such as coal, copper, iron ore, fluorite, nephrite, graphite, and marble.
Mandalgovi, the center of Dundgovi province, is 260 km away from Ulaanbaatar. Introducing the "famous places" and local tours of Dundgovi Province, which is famous for its talented folk singers and Kumis.
The Baga Gazriin Chuluu (small stone) is located about 37 km northwest
of Delgertsogt County in the province. Surrounded by flat plains, this
granite area is located 1768 km above sea level and covers an area of 300
square kilometers. Around the mountain paths and valleys, you can see many
springs, as well as a considerable number of burial mounds, killings, petroglyphs,
and monuments. There are many attractions such as Ger Chuluu, Sudutin Am,
Bayan tsagaan Cave, Fountain of Sight, and Poplar's rocky valley called
Tahilgin khavtsal. Ger Chuluu includes drawings of many caves, including
petroglyphs, depicting a man connecting two ibex with a rope. The paintings
in this cave belong to the Late Bronze Age and have attracted the attention
The Ikh Gazriin Chuluu is a complex cliff of granite, patchy, and diorite
crushed rocks of Permian and Cretaceous origin. Located at 1565-1709 meters
above sea level, the area is 600 square kilometers long, 30 kilometers
long, and 15 kilometers wide. It has more than 40 caves, and the cave called
Tag Turny Baast (pigeon droppings) is 30 meters long, 3.5 meters wide,
and 10 meters high. The location is home to more than 20 animals, including
marmots, foxes, black insects, hawks, bark, and corsac foxes. The area
was designated as a nature reserve in 2003 and was protected as a national
park in 2012. Here is a monument dedicated to the national elder singer
N. Norovbanzad and her popular song "Uyuhan Zambu Tiviin Naran".
In addition, the first open-air theater, named after the great singer,
was founded in Ikh Gazriin Chuluu.
Ongi Temple is located in Saihan ovoo County, the province. The two temples on the north and south sides of the Ongi River are collectively called the Ongi Temple. It is considered to be one of the largest temples in Mongolia. Ongi Temple was built in 1660. At that time, the site was huge with about 30 temples and 4 large temples. It is also said that there were about 1000 monks. During the socialist era, Onggi Temple was viewed as taboo and was completely destroyed in 1939. Many monks were victims of the Great Purge. After democratization, several monks returned to the temple and began talking about Buddhism. Currently, one temple has been completely rebuilt. Traces of temples still remain around the temple. The Ongi archaeological site is located approximately 18 km south of the village of Saikan Ovoo.
The "Tsagaan Suvarga (white Stupa)" slope is located southwest
of Mount Del in Urjit County. It is an ancient seabed, a steep slope characterized
by the structure of sediments created over millions of years. This slope
faces the east toward the sun and is interesting because it looks like
the ruins of an ancient city from a distance. The landscape has a maximum
of over 60 m and is followed by an impressive length of 400 m. The pagoda
stands in the sky at a 90 degree angle. After heavy rain, the rapids under
the pagoda look like a huge waterfall.
Lake khuh Burd is located in the county of Adaatsag in the province. There
used to be three rivers flowing to this lake, but two have dried up due
to intermittent droughts. The water level of the only remaining river is
gradually decreasing over time. It is known here as a habitat for waterfowl such as mandarin ducks, bar-headed
geese, swans and ducks. On the south side of Lake khuh Burd is the Uden
Borga hot springs. There is a small island on the lake, and there is also
a stone castle ruin that is said to have been built around the 16th and
The ruins of the castle are 7 to 8 meters high, 10 meters wide, and 25
meters long. The castle consists of four parts surrounded by a wall with
a thickness of 150 cm. Around the 16th century, Tibetan aristocrats built
temples for Mongolians, but they were forced to return home without completing
the construction work. It is said that the construction was completed without
the ceiling. Therefore, it was named "Oroigui Sum" (temple without
ceiling). Later I made a ceiling, but everything was destroyed by a thunderstorm.
It still has no roof.
8 days tour to enjoy the spectacular views of the Gobi Desert/Khongor Sand
Dunes, Yoliin am Valley, Bayanzag/Central Gobi after a tour of Mongolia's
largest event, 3 nights in the city, and 4 nights in Ger.
4WD safari tour to see Yoliin am Valley, Khongor Sand Dunes, Bayanzag,
Ongi Temple, Karakorum Ruins, Burd steppe ..2 nights
Visit Ugii Lake, Tsenkher Hot Springs, Karakorum Ruins, Ongi Temple, Bayanzag,
Khongor Sand Dunes, and Yoliin am Valley.
Tour to Baga gazriin Chuluu, Yoliin am Valley, Khongor Sand Dunes, Bayanzag,
Ongi Temple, Karakorum Ruins, Tsenkher Hot Springs, Lake Ugii. City hotel
2 nights, ger camp 8 nights