The Mongols have been celebrating "Tsagaan Sar or The Lunar New Year" for centuries as a joy of surviving the harsh winter and welcoming the warm spring. Do not miss your opportunity to celebrate this traditional holiday with the local nomads
The yak festival is held in late August, in Bat-Ulzii sum, Ovorkhangai province. The programs in the event are fascinating to see: yak race, yak polo, rodeos and beauty contest. As always, Mongolians put their best traditional clothes on to come and participate in this event.
Winter in Mongolia could be cold but incredibly beautiful. Ice festival is one of the best experiences during the frosty weather. On this tour, you will be able to witness the festival, ice skate on the crystal clear lake, ride horses, and hike to Uran crater, and visit Amarbaysgalant monastery.
The Winter Horse Festival is an eye opening experience that allows you to get an in-depth insight of Mongolian horse culture. If you are a photographer, this is an ideal place to shoot Mongolian winter, amazing horse activities and the local nomads in their beautiful traditional outfit, called the "deel".
Mongolia is one of the few remaining countries that continue to keep the 6000-year-old tradition of eagle hunting. The spring eagle festival is organized annually in March in near Ulaanbaatar. This is a great opportunity to learn the culture of eagle hunters and the Kazakh tribe as many western Mongolians come to participate in the event.
The Mongolian camel festival takes place in every March. This special tour allows you to experience the intriguing festival and yet other attractions of Gobi desert such as Khongor sand dunes, Yol valley, and Tsagaan Suvarga.