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MONGOLIA LIGHTS UP

MONGOLIA LIGHTS UP

This is the third article in a 3-part series about Tusker Trail’s newest trip – Mongolia’s Altai Mountains: Ancient Culture and Photography Workshop.
Gary Tepfer is the photo instructor for the upcoming workshop, and after three-decades in the field, Tepfer is eager to share his skills. Get ready for a one-of-a-kind photography class!

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MONGOLIA’S ALTAI MOUNTAINS

Considered to be one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth, Mongolia’s Altai Sayan Ecoregion touches the edges of Kazakstain and China. A region of unparalleled beauty, the Altai is also an archaeological treasure-box. Exquisite petroglyphs remain virtually undiscovered and provide a stunning pictorial record of prehistory.

In 2012, Tusker Trail led an archaeology & photography workshop through the untamed Altai region that is unlike any trip on Earth.

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BREAK OUT THE GAS MASK

Board any commercial airliner these days and upon first inhale, you’ve filled up your lungs with the B.O. infused oxygen of several hundred passengers from the prior flight.

In some instances, it gets to a point where a traveler is far too stinky to be around others and more extreme measures have to be taken.

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FINAL FRONTIERS

By on July 1, 2010 in Travel Category

Sometimes it seems as if we have the world at our fingertips and there aren’t many more original travel dreams left to be had. So what exactly does the future of travel hold for us? The answer is, a lot. Big plans are in the works.

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OH MY OLFACTORY NERVE!

By on May 1, 2010 in Travel Category

The world is filled with a plethora of smells and your travels will bring your olfactory nerve into direct contact with the best and worst of them.

Inhale the aromas of flowers, foods and scents that bring you pleasure; brace yourself for sewage, body odors and smells that will bring you pain.

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