• During winter, some parts of central Mongolia receive the heavy snowfall while other parts only get the experience of sweet chill, it’s because of intense weather with extreme variation temperatures. Whether, it is combination of the most intense biomes including forest zone- Orkhon Valley area, Elsen Tasarkahi- Semi desert, and Altai mountains (south).

    The central part is the most visited area with Takhi-wild horses, ruins of ancient capital city and cultural landscape of UNESCO World Heritage.

  • Mongolia is landlocked country in central Asia in between two biggest countries. It is not part of Europe and yes, we have Russian Buriyat and other ethnic groups. Technically there are 21 ethnic groups, each with their own culture and traditions from west to east and from north to south. But, we all like to keep nomadic culture as simple, and if you are thinking of visiting us for an adventure vacation, all you need to know is that there is a far West- Kazak nations and Khalkh nations.

  • Mongolia has four seasons and each has own pattern of weather such as hot, mild, cold, dry, windy and snowy. It has an extreme continental climate with long, cold winters and short summers, during which most precipitation falls. Mongolia is known as “The land of the blue sky” since there are around 260 sunny and cloudless days.