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Festivals & Events
Each March residents of the Huvsgul Lake area celebrate the Festival of Ice. The festival involves a great variety of activities and competitions, including Ice Sumo, ger building with ice, ice skating and sleigh rides, all on or by the shores of the beautiful Lake Huvsgul. This two-day event is also a shamanist ceremony of...
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Mongolia held a camel festival over the weekend (6-8Mar), attracting a large number of domestic and foreign tourists. In the two-day festival held in central Mongolia, more than 100 camels from South Gobi Province and East Gobi Province took part in camel racing and camel ball. The most thrilling part of the festival was a...
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Naadam Festival is the only one of its kind; it is a sophisticated and eloquent expression of nomadic culture, it is the honored celebration of a national independence, and it is an outstanding combination of arts and sports. Even, the core of the festival – three manly sports – the wrestling, horseracing and archery, embrace...
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Every year Mongolians celebrate “Tsagaan Sar” or Lunar New Year on the junction of winter and spring (the exact date depends on the lunar calendar). Usually, it is held at new moon day at the end of January or in February. The holiday is celebrated throughout Mongolia for three days. Tsagaan Sar is a holiday...
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Tour Mongolia and join us for an unforgettable journey to the Golden Eagle Festival in Bayan-Ulgii Province, ocated in the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia. Each year Kazakh hunters from near and far attend the festival with their Golden Eagles.Ceremonies, dance performances, a parade in the provincial capital’s city square, and a Kazakh play are...
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