- Ulaanbaatar - the capital and starting point for most travel in Mongolia
- Erdenet - Mongolia's second largest city and home to one of the world's biggest copper mines and a famous carpet factory
- Hovd - historic city at the crossroads of traditional Mongol and Kazakh culture
- Mörön - capital of Hövsgöl province
- Ölgii - Kazakh city in Mongolia's far western corner of Bayan-Ölgii province
- Tsetserleg - capital of Arkhangai province
- Karakorum - ancient Mongol capital established by Genghis Khan
- Uliastai- capital of Zavhan province
- Ondorkhaan- capital of Khentii province
- Dalanzadgad- capital of South Gobi province
- Altai Tavan Bogd National Park home to the highest mountains and largest glacier in Mongolia, as well as Kazakh eagle hunters.
- Uvs Nuur Lake, Uvs province The largest lake in Mongolia and a world heritage site.
- The River Tuul Nomad's Sacred Valley-The river Tuul is one of the longest rivers of the country, flowing from the Khentii Mountain Range. The valley of the river has been called sacred for centuries by the nomads as they truly respect the nature especially the rivers and the surface water. Chinggis Tourist Base Camp-located on the eastern fringe of the Gorkhi/Terelj National Park and lies on the bank of "Tuul" river.
- Gun-Galuut Nature Reserve - The most suitable ecotourism destination in Mongolia.
- Gorkhi-Terelj National Park - A national park 70 km east of Ulaanbaatar
- Xar Xorin (Kharkorum) The Capital of the Mongolian Empire after Ghenggis Khan.
- Khovsgol Lake - A very large alpine lake.
- Darhad Valley - Home to the Reindeer people.
- Khustain Nuruu National Park - Khustain Nuruu or Hustai National park is home to the Takhi wild horses (also known as Przewalski's Horse). These are true wild horses which have never been domesticated.
- Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park. Khongor Sand dunes, Yol Canyon, Bayanzag-Red Flamming Cliffs, Khermen Tsav,...