Northern Mongolia is one of the most beautiful areas of the country with density forested mountains, steppe, crystal rivers and lakes and often known as the home of the Reindeer people (Tsaatan People) and shamans. Thirty families of Tsaatan (reindeer breeders) with a unique living traditional culture live in taiga and forest steppe to the north and west of Lake Huvsgul retaining their ancestral culture based on shamanistic rituals and nomadic reindeer herding. The reindeer people live in the North-west regions of Huvsgul, which is pretty much like a taiga.
Central Mongolia is a region in Mongolia that contains the capital of modern Mongolia and Khangai mountains. Also, Central Mongolia is beautiful and pristine with mountain steppes, lakes and rivers and semi Gobi Desert and historical items.