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The largest camel race was successfully organized in Mongolian Gobi
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Thousand camel festival or “Mongolian Camel 999” was successfully organized in Gobi Desert on March 6-7 in 2016. This famous festival was first initiated in 1997 by the locals of Umnugovi province to increase the population of two humped Bactrian camel and to protect the camels furthermore to inherit the nomadic camel breeding to the next generation. The most significant event was the race of 1108 Bactrian camel and organizers successfully registered camel races in Guinness book of Record.

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Do you understand the TRAVEL TALK?
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Travelling & discovering other cultures is so wonderful. Though, there are some travel terms that many people don't know. Use this glossary below to resolve any lingering questions or if you need a hand booking your next trip. All inclusive: These types of hotels and resorts include three meals a day, drinks (often including alcohol) and daily entertainment. Room prices are often based on two people traveling together, but in some instances, the nightly rate could be per person. Double-check before buying.

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9 Reasons You Need To Visit Mongolia Right Now
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Are you itching to get out on the road? Happen to be hungry for a fresh, under the radar destination that boasts adventure and leisure activities alike? Well, we’d like to make a case for Mongolia. This gorgeous country bordered by China and Russia is bursting with things to do and sites to see. For restless travelers on the hunt for new experiences in incredible places, meeting some of the world’s last reindeer herders and taking in amazing views in the Gobi Desert should satisfy your wanderlust for quite some time. Below are our top reasons you need to visit Mongolia right now.

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A Beginner’s Guide To The Naadam Festival
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

In Mongolia, the Naadam Festival is one of the most anticipated events of the year for the entire nation. It’s a celebration of the country’s history, culture, and way of life. For visitors, everything can seem a bit foreign when you explore a cultural event in a new place, so we’ve put together a beginner’s guide to the Naadam Festival as a resource that travelers can reference on their journey to Mongolia. Here, you’ll get a better understanding of where the Naadam Festival came from, why it’s celebrated, and how you can join in on the fun.

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The Eagle Huntress is an Oscar contender film about western Mongolia
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

A photo of a rosy-cheeked, Mongolian girl, perched on a mountain ridge, she was smiling with delight at a ferocious golden eagle flapping on her arm. This is what inspired film director Otto Bell to travel to Mongolia and make a film about Kazakh Eagle huntress and beauty of the country. The shots were taken in the Altai Mountains which, Bell points out, “are the most remote part of the least-populated country in the world”.

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Write Like A Khan with Old Mongolian Language Script
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Chinggis Khan did a lot for Mongolian nomads and the world. He administered an empire, enforced security so merchants could safely trade, and created military tactics that would inspire leaders for centuries afterwards.

However, there’s one accomplishment that may surprise you – he brought writing to Mongolia.

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Selena Travel is ready for the European Market
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Selena Travel is ready for the European Market and having good opportunity to enter it. Our company is chosen by one of the 19 tour operators from all Mongolian tour operators as a participant in the ECP (Export Coaching Program) for tourism.

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Mongolian Traditional Clothing
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Many cultures around the world have traditional clothes – from lederhosen in Bavaria to the kimono in Japan. Mongolia is no different. Their traditional clothes are called a deel. It’s pronounced “dell” like the-farmer-in-the, but it doesn’t mean a clearing.

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Things You Should Know About Travelling To Mongolia During The Winter
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

I don’t mean any offence here, but Mongolian winter is not for the weak hearted. But it is no reason to shy away from the astonishing landscape that makes you feel like you’ve stepped into the wonderland.

Even though Mongolian weather seems to be too cold to travel in numbers, it’s actually not that cold in real life since our weather is really dry. It means that even though the air temperature can get pretty low in numbers, with lack of water particles in the air and strong wind, you’ll be fine as long as you bundle up enough. However, it might not be the wisest idea to stay in the city while you’re staying here since the capital city- Ulaanbaatar’s air pollution is quite bad.

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Sister lake of Great Baikal in Mongolia
Posted by Selena Travel / Jul 24, 2021

Do you wonder what is beyond Gobi and wide open steppe in Mongolia? The answer is to take a close look at the northern part of the country which dominates by mountainous forest of Switzerland and blue pearl Lake Khuvsgul, known as a sister of Lake Baikal in Russia.

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11 30, 2010

Selena Travel LLC is on the Spotlight 2010 of WTM - Spotlight Magazine
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12 31, 2010

Selena Travel has many successes in 2010
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11 20, 2011

Selena Travel successfully exhibits at the World Travel Market 2011 In London, UK
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Selena travel exhibits at ITB BERLIN 2012
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