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I had always wanted to visit the flaming cliffs before I even heard of their name, having heard of the journeys of Roy Chapman Andrews during the 1920s and the groupbreaking dinosaur discoveries made on his expeditions. What I did not know, however, before visiting...More
Bayanzag known as ‘flaming cliffs’ due to their colours ochre and red located northwest of Dalanzadgad. I went there at around 8pm+ to watch the sunset. Pictures can’t really do justice to this amazing scenery. We actually explored area the area and it was not...More
The Flaming Cliffs also known as Bayanzag area region of the Godi Dessert and certainly live up to their name. The colour changes according to the light from an orange red to a deep, glowing red in the evening. They became famous with the discovery...More
I was sceptical about this place since it didnt look that amazing in pictures but when I went there and experienced it myself, i was totally blown away by the beauty of this place. It looks dry and desolate but thats where the beauty lies....More
The drive to the cliffs is rough with nice views on the way, the camp overlooking them for the overnight stay has an excellent location but the cliffs are poorly preserved, not much by way of an attraction. if you lucky, you can get a...More
The Gobi is where many dinosaur bones and fossils have been found. Most were found at the Flaming Cliffs (Bayanzag or Bain-Dzak). The area is most famous for yielding the first discovery of dinosaur eggs. Protoceratops, velociraptor, oviraptor, pinacosaurus all roamed here millions of years...More