Mongolia Tourism

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Which areas of the industry do you expect to be the primary growth drivers for arrivals in the future?

Infrastructure is one of the hot topics in Mongolia and with good reason – noticeable improvements have been made in recent years, and considerable investments are ongoing. The tourism industry is no exception, intricately linked as it is to the transport sector.

One of the most common concerns about the Mongolian tourism industry is that the country lacks a coordinated strategy and has not sufficiently promoted itself abroad. However, with the country looking to make tourism a major long-term economic driver, supporting diversification from mining and encouraging greater development – particularly in the...

Chapter | Tourism from The Report: Mongolia 2012

Mongolia’s tourism industry has blossomed under a laissez-faire regime that allows private ownership and operation of facilities and tour companies. Leisure tourists, who number approximately 90,000 annually, visit the Central Asian countries for its unspoiled natural beauty and unique cultural attractions. Traditional tourists make up only a small fraction of those who visit Mongolia every year...

The mineral wealth of Mongolia, a vast and isolated land, has brought the world to its doorstep. The country’s economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, and production from and investment in its two largest mines should see GDP growth continue to climb.

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