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  • Camel Festival

    Camel Festival
    Travel to the Gobi Desert to attend the "Thousand Camel Festival," organized by a local non-governmental organization working to protect and preserve the Bactrian camel population, which has been steadily declining over the past thirteenth years. The festival held close to Dalandzadgad celebrates the Bactian two-humped camel that plays an important role in the life of the Gobi nomad which is in beginning of March. Over 1000 camels are gathered…
  • Golden Eagle Festival

    Golden Eagle Festival
    The Eagle festival, or Golden Eagle festival, is an annual traditional festival held in Bayan-Ulgii aimag Mongolia. In the eagle festival, Kazakh eagle hunters (Burkitshi) celebrate their heritage and compete to catch small animals such as foxes and hares with specially trained golden eagles, showing off the skills both of the birds and their trainers. Prizes are awarded for speed, agility and accuracy, as well as for the best traditional…
  • Ice Festival

    Ice Festival
    One of the basic winter festivals are Ice festival, which usually held in end of February or beginning of March, Khuvsgul province at Lake Khuvsgul. The festival first held 15 years ago. Lake Khuvsgul is located in northern Mongolia at the far southern edge of the Siberian forest near the border with Russia. Aged over two million years, this ancient lake is 260 metres deep, 130 kilometres long and holds…
  • Naadam Festival

    Naadam Festival
    Naadam means “Festival or feast of sports”. As well as, the festival is locally termed “Eriin Gurvan Naadam” means “Three manly sports”. The three sports are: Horse racing, wrestling and archery. Origin of the festival dates back to the great warriors’ period or great Genghis Khaan’s period of the 13th century that the Mongolian great kings and military generals used to train their warriors and the warriors’ main battle tool…
  • Tsagaan sar

    Tsagaan sar
    The festival of the lunar New Year, Tsagaan Sar, is celebrated in or around February depending on the Mongolian lunar calendar. The holiday is celebrated throughout Mongolia for three days. Tsagaan Sar, meaning White Month or Moon, is one the main two big public annual events, next to the Nadaam. It marks the end of Winter and the beginning of spring and the new year´s cycle. The day before New…
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