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If you would like to be away from the crowds of tourists, you should choose a jeep tour in winter in Mongolia. The Mongolian winter is a top-class challenge. But also a unique experience.
The cold, frozen landscape has its own charm, but one will be fascinated by it. The Mongolian winter has only clear, dry sunny days. In February, which is also the coldest month in Mongolia, the most important festival, Tsagan Tsar, is celebrated. Tsagan Tsar means "white moon" and is the Buddhist New Year festival. Whoever has the opportunity should spend this feast with a nomadic family.
At the end of February, Mongolia slowly awakens from its "winter rigidity". With the first full moon in the new year, the Buddhist New Year festival takes place and after that there are two winter festivals in the north and south of Mongolia. At Khovsguul Lake the ice festival and in the Southern Gobi, the 1,000 Camle Festival. Combine the ice festival at Khovsguul Lake and the 1,000 Camle Festival in Gobi with a 14-day event at the nomads of Mongolia in the north and south for a special price.
There's the bear on the ice. An ice festival of superlatives in northern Mongolia, not only in terms of temperature. The ice festival of the nomads at Khovguul Lake.
Take part in an unforgettable winter trip to the Khentii province of eastern Mongolia. The connection between nomads and their horses is still very strong today. Every year the descendants of Chingges Khan come together from the different regions of Mongolia for a unique equestrian festival in the northeast of Mongolia.
Every year in February more than 1,000 camels meet in the South Gobi, near Dalandzagad, for a unique festival. For a short time the nomads in the Gobi develop a colourful hustle and bustle. The nomads from all over South Gobi come together for the festival.
Experience the fascination of Mongolian winters in a yurt. Away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, in the vastness of the Mongolian steppe. Experience the everyday winter life of the nomads and celebrate together the "Tsagan Tsar" festival of the nomads.
Three winter events in one trip. Experience the incredible power of the Mongolian horses, hike on the metre-thick ice of Khovsgull Lake, at the ice festival and at the end of the trip you are a guest in the snow-covered Gobi desert at the 1,000 camel festival.
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