Winter in Mongolia is Cold but Incredibly Beautiful
This Mongolia winter tour takes 5 days to cover the most popular travel destinations and attractions around Ulaanbaatar and central part of Mongolia including UNESCO World Heritage Sites, snow covered landscapes and interesting national parks etc.
Relaxing in wild nature and explore the Mongolian nomadic culture, horse riding, camel riding, sightseeing, photographing, visiting nomadic families and feel free driving through the snow-covered wilderness are the main activities of this winter trip.
In Mongolia, winter is the coldest and longest season. But, it’s beautiful with shiny white snow covers. It’s snowing across the country, but not heavy. Winter begins in early November and lasts about 110 days until March. The winter is Average day temperature is -12C to -25C degrees and night temperature is -16C to -30C degrees. The temperature can reach -30C to -40C degrees in some remote areas in northern and western part of Mongolia. Daylight is short. The shortest daylight is 9 hours in winter.
Winter in Mongolia is a remarkable experience – especially as the Mongolians you meet will be very proud to welcome foreign visitors in wintertime. Mongolia’s winters are home to incredible landscapes for those who are prepared.