Date: 11, 12 July
The origin of Naadam festival is closely related to our history and its nomadic lifestyle culture. Mongolians have rich military history especially known for great conquest during our great Chingis Khaan ruling and his successors. The Mongol empire success and unity of legendary Chingis or Genghis Khan’s army was its sophisticated and disciplined structure…
Date: March 6, 7
Location: Bulgan village in Omno-Gobi aimag
The thousand camel festival, held in Gobi Desert, is a celebration of the endangered two-humped camel (Bactrian camel) and the role it plays in the lives of Gobi’s nomads…
Date: 2, 3 March
Location: Khatgal village Khovsgol aimag
Celebrate Mongolia’s mighty winter on an ancient frozen lake. The Ice Festival is one of the main attractive winter festivals which offers unique chance to sense and explore the fascinating and mysterious corner of the world during frozen winter and is held on Khovsgol Lake…
Location: Batulziit village, Ovorkhngai aimag
Winter in Mongolia is remarkable experience for those who is willing to take themselves out of comfort zone. Pack your thermals and come to Mongolia in winter and do something out of ordinary. Enjoy being a part of few people who come and experience Mongolia during this special local festival time…
Date: First weekend October
Location: Bayan-Olgii aimag
For more than 2000 years, the Kazakhs have procedure and trained the massive Golden eagles to assist both in subsistence hunting and to capture foxes and wolves that threaten their livestock herds.
A festival is the ultimate way to experience a country. The immersion into the culture, celebrations and community can be a life-changing experience that few outsiders may encounter. Usually crammed into a few short days, these festivals can be a fleeting yet unforgettable experience.