Tourism in Mongolia

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MINISTRY OF NATURE, ENVIRONMENT AND TOURISM, MONGOLIA

HOW TO DEVELOP TOURISM IN UMNUGOBI PROVINCE

MRS.BAYASGALAN SARANJAV
SENIOR OFFICER OF TOURISM DEPARTMENT

CONTENTS:
BACKGROUND OF THE COUNTRY  TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCES  TOURISM POLICIES  TOURISM DEVELOPMENT OF UMNUGOBI  HOW TO DEVELOP TOURISM IN UMNUGOBI?


MONGOLIA
Country status:


At 1,564,116 square kilometre, Mongolia is the 17th largest and the most sparsely populated country in the world, with a population of around 2.8 million population.

Ulaanbaatar - capital city of Mongolia, 1.2 million population

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT






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In 1990 tourism sector has been privatized and private sector investment increased Number of tourists have reached to 457,514 in 2011 Total income of tourism sector was 282 million USD in 2011 700 tour operator company 350 hotel and 375 tourist camps 65 star rated hotels

GROWTH OF TOURIST 2000-2011
500.000 450.000

400.000
350.000 300.000 250.000 200.000 150.000 100.000 50.000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 number of tourist

Large territory Different natural zones Great historical heritage Nomadic cultural heritage Pastoral heritage Wide possibilities to develop adventure, eco and winter tourism  Safe investment condition
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Tourism resources

2. TOURISM POLICIES
National tourism program

Marketing strategy plan

Regional development master plan

Master plan for Ulaanbaatar region

Master plan for Central region

Master plan for Western Region

Master plan for Eastern Region

Regional Tourism Development Program

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT OF UMNUGOBI
Omnogobi was one of the first aimags in Mongolia to develop tourism since 1963 and remains one of the most popular destinations in Mongolia  Between 20 000 and 40 000 tourists visit each year  There are 19 tourist camps with a total of 1311 beds


Main destinations
 The

main attraction for

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