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The Great Mongolian Adventures is a leading Mongolian tour operator, primarily focused on small group tours. We offer a variety of tour packages that can also be customized based on your specific requests, which will take you to the most exotic parts of Mongolia.

We only have one sole purpose, which is to ensure that each and every one of our travelers is treated with the utmost respect, feels at home at all times during their trip in Mongolia and leave with lots of energy and happiness.

To achieve this purpose, we provide A-Z services ranging from airport pick-up to see-off so all you have to do is come to Mongolia. We will have everything ready for you prior to your arrival, including the best local accommodation and transportation.

As constant adventure seekers, we are always searching for new ways that would leave everlasting memories for our travelers so that no matter how many times you come to Mongolia each time you will have completely different experience.

By booking a tour with us, we assure you that you will have your once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with the most mind-blowing adventures of your lives.

Join us and experience the magnificent Mongolia!


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With Paul Gauguin Cruises, Exhilarating Adventure in the South Seas Awaits

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The Gauguin‘s itineraries feature more boutique ports than any other cruise line, welcoming guests to dive deeper into French Polynesia’s captivating communities, cultures, and awe-inspiring natural marvels. Guests embarking on The Gauguin’s most extensive route will visit a host of superlative destinations, like the Marquesas (the farthest islands from any continental landmass than anywhere else on Earth) and the Tuamotus (the shallowest archipelago in French Polynesia). 

Guests have privileged access to hidden coves and hard-to-reach spots, including private beaches on Bora Bora and exclusive access to Motu Mahana, the cruise line’s private islet near Taha’a. Delve further into the underwater world with the ship’s SCUBA diving program, which makes expeditions to some of the most coveted reefs in the world—including Aitutaki—a breeze to arrange. On select summer and holiday voyages, younger passengers (ages seven to 15) encounter sea turtles in the wild as part of the complimentary Moana Explorer Program developed with local South Pacific foundation Te mana o te moana.

Join An Array of Intrepid Pursuits

For those who crave excitement on land, The Gauguin offers a series of off-road excursions deep into the heart of the South Seas. Traverse Bora Bora’s tropical forests and jungle on a guided ATV tour, or discover Taha’a’s unique topography and ancient culture on an off-road adventure that will take you across the island’s highest mountains, where you can visit a family-owned vanilla plantation and a small black pearl farm.

For a slower-paced (but no less spectacular) activity, guests can join an e-bike tour around Huahine Iti, where they can explore the smaller Huahine island and stop at various viewpoints along the way. And for those with a passion for flying, take to the skies on a scenic flight and pilot lesson over Moorea and

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A Seasoned Photographer Shares Some Tour de France Travel Tips

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Miami-based photographer Alexander Aguiar traveled to France for the 2022 edition of the Tour de France. He shares with us some of his favorite images, as well as some travel tips, and photography dos and don’ts. Pro tip: Go with your mom (if your mom speaks French).

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Bicycling: Was this your first time spectating the Tour de France?

Alexander Aguiar: In 2019, My mom and I went to the Tour de France. We had a ton of fun, so there was an itch to go back (I have an itch for a third time). It doesn’t hurt that my mom is French. It was helpful to lean on her for translations since I don’t speak the language very well. I’ve been to France other times with my mom; it’s also nice to connect with my family’s heritage.

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Bicycling: Have you photographed other bike races or just the Tour?

Aguiar: The 2019 Tour was my first time photographing any type of cycling. I shot it on film, and I slightly regret not shooting it on a digital camera… which motivated me to go back for a second time. I don’t shoot the races too literally. I enjoy cycling and find the Tour to be incredible, but I don’t know all the riders competing, I don’t know all the teams, and I don’t know all the stats or standings for each stage. Instead, I focus on embracing the event with an “outsider’s” point of view (although I love my CAAD13, I don’t consider myself a cycling purist).

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Photo credit: Alexander Aguiar

Bicycling: When did you book your trip? Where’d you stay?

Aguiar: We decided to go after the Tour’s route was released in October 2021. Once we decided on the

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Montgomery County brings back annual farm tour after two year hiatus

GERMANTOWN, MD OCT 03: A field of sunflowers at Butler’s Orchard farm make for a serene backdrop as seen from the cab of a restored 1948 Chevy pick-up truck. The truck is sort of the mascot for the farm and visitors are welcome to take a photo with the truck and one can also choose a sunflower, cut it and take it home for a fee of 50 cents. (Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

From beers to beets, to hay rides and fruit picking, the annual Montgomery County Farm Tour is back this weekend!

Beyond the tall buildings in some of Montgomery County’s busiest cities is a vast agricultural community that farmers call “up county.” 

So to give visitors a look at what the “up county” farm experience is like, the county relaunched its Annual Farm Tour & Harvest Sale event. The self driving tour event will be held Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at various participating farms.

“What’s great about the tour is that it provides opportunities for the families to have an experience on the farm and be out meeting the farmer and understanding the importance of not only agriculture in the county but the agricultural reserve,” Jeremy Criss from the Montgomery County Office of Agriculture tells FOX 5.

The self-driving farm tour had to be put on hold for the past two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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Now that the tour has resumed, Criss says visitors will have a chance to take part in activities like hay rides, pony rides, farm-animal petting and fresh from the field produce.

But besides all the fun, the weekend long event is also focusing on celebrating

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Demi Lovato Says Their Heart “Goes Out” to Shawn Mendes After He Postpones Tour for His Mental Health

Demi Lovato has been in Shawn Mendes‘ shoes.

In a recent interview, the “Anyone” singer shared why they’re rooting for Shawn following his announcement that he’s shawn-mendes-hits-breaking-point-and-postpones-tour-for-his-mental-health” data-ylk=”slk:postponing several dates on his Wonder world tour” class=”link “postponing several dates on his Wonder world tour for his mental health.

“My heart goes out to Shawn because I know what it’s like to get out on the road and not be ready for it. I know what it’s like to feel overworked or burnt out,” Demi explained during an episode of Karson & Kennedy Talk with Famous People on Audacy’s Mix 104.1. “That’s never a fun feeling, and when it’s dealing with mental health, it’s like, ‘gosh.’ My heart just goes out to him.”

The 29-year-old—who began touring when they were just 15—discussed both the mental and physical toll that performing can have on an artist.

“It’s been four years since I’ve toured and I’m at a different age, I’m at a different place in my life,” they said. “Getting in the gym and making sure my stamina is up when I’m singing. There’s a lot of preparation that it takes to tour.”

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Demi is embarking ondemi-lovato-receives-stitches-after-hitting-head-on-a-crystal” data-ylk=”slk:their first tour in four years” class=”link “their first tour in four years when their Holy Fvck concerts kicks off in August. The singer shared that while they’ve been working closely with their therapist, there’s no way to tell how it will go.

“I really think that it’s gonna go smoothly but nothing is guaranteed,” they said. “So, my heart goes out to Shawn, but also I am still excited for tour and hopefully it goes well.”

Demi Lovato, Shawn Mendes


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Brand new adventure tour opens at Natural Bridge Caverns

Even though Natural Bridge Caverns has been around for several decades, new parts of cave still being discovered.

SAN ANTONIO — Looking for a way to beat this scorching heat? Natural Bridge Caverns has a brand new tour that was found by St. Mary’s students. In fact, despite being around for several decades, new parts of cave is still being discovered at Natural Bridge Caverns.

Vice President and co-owner Travis Wuest says this brand new experience offers adventure unlike anything else.

“We just opened a new never before seen section of the cave here for an adventure tour called St. Mary’s Hall and it’s the St. Mary’s adventure tour,” Wuest said. “So, folks are going to step into some wild sections of the cave — there are no trails, no lights. We’re going to provide some caving gear, helmets, harnesses, lights and they’re even going to get to use some of the single roping techniques that some of our caving team even uses while discovering new passages here at the Natural Bridge Caverns.  

If you decide to put on your brave boots and go on the adventure tour, here’s what you can expect.

“You’re going to be in some cases climbing, crawling and traversing over pits and using some ropes and harnesses, as well as a caving helmet and light,” Wuest says. “Our knowledgeable guides are going to lead you through and you’ll learn about the cave and some of the history and geology of the caverns as well. You’re going to get muddy and dirty and it’s going to be a lot of fun.”

For the St. Mary’s tour, the equipment is already provided and a tour guide will be guiding you through the two hour long adventure tour but with all things fun, there is something

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Here’s What the Tour de France Riders Will Do for Fun on the First Rest Day


This article was first published by CyclingTips.

The first rest day of the 2022 tour-de-france/?__hstc=129124307.11335ceffea7dda6b73a3ec0de033656.1654708927693.1657558177568.1657561835100.98&__hssc=129124307.1.1657561835100&__hsfp=3395429385″Tour de France is upon us. We did have a day off between stage four in Denmark, but that was more of a travel day than a chance to rest.

After an opening week containing cobbles, punchy finishing climbs and La Super Planche des Belles Filles, the peloton will have 24 hours to catch its breath before a few tough days in the Alps.

The order of the day will be lacking in both physical and mental exertion. An easy ride to keep the legs ticking over and a massage. But what else do the riders get up to? Do they allow themselves to have fun? If so, what do they do?

Lotto Soudal’s Florian Vermeersch confirmed as much: “Going to have a good sleep first,” he told CyclingTips. “It’s a bit of a boring day but I kind of enjoy these days. I’ll watch some Netflix, have a good massage. I was watching Peaky Blinders but I finished it so I’ll have to find a new one, maybe some documentaries.”

Chris Hamilton of Team DSM has also recently finished Peaky Blinders and so is on to Seinfeld. With 180 episodes across nine seasons, he admits he may need a few more grand tours to race before he’s finished with it.

Netflix isn’t for everyone, though, BikeExchange-Jayco’s Chris Juul-Jensen says he doesn’t have an account. Instead, “I may read a few pages of a book”. How wholesome.

“I’ll catch up on Love Island…bit embarrassed to say that,” Fred Wright adds, preferring the British reality show that sees young men and women locked in a house for two and a half months, during which they hopefully find the love of

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Nitro Circus brings their tour to Fort Wayne Friday

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Nitro Circus: Good, Bad, and Rad wow’ed spectators at Parkview Field Friday night. Fort Wayne was one stop on its North America Tour.

Nationally renowned motocross athletes performed aerial tricks off of a motorized ramp and a non-motorized ramp. The show was family-friendly, a lot of fun, and featured many different backflip combinations. There were even backflip combos, which involve doing a backflip while doing a trick and holding onto the back of the bike. Biker Adam Jones from Reno, Nevada, has over 20 years of motocross experience and has been a part of the tour for over 10 years. He loves being a part of the tour that does the craziest stuff on wheels.

Jones says “We have a lot of fun, you know, we’re all very like-minded people…we’ve chased action sports and extreme sports and thrills our whole lives, so honestly when we get together, we all just click and we have a great time putting on shows for fans and it’s amazing…I couldn’t ask for a better job.”

Jones has participated in the X Games and many other tours as he climbed the motocross ranks. It has been a long, but fun journey for him. His advice for kids looking to get involved in motocross is to work hard and keep trying new things on the bike.

Nitro Circus was a part of ‘America’s Got Talent: Extreme’ earlier this year. The group’s tour is scheduled to continue through September. You can follow Jones on social media @AdamJonesFMX and you can find out more about Nitro Circus by visiting their website here.

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