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몽골 겨울 축제 – 2023 투어

  • 5 Hours
  • Max People : 40
  • Wifi Available
  • Jan 18’ - Dec 21'
  • Min Age : 12+
  • Pickup: Airport

​Come join us in March for a time of festivals! This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the festivities of local communities in Mongolia. Not organized for ‘tourists’, these local events are put on by communities for their own amusement, but visitors are always welcome. 

Departure & Return Location

Ulaanbaatar, Sukhbaatar Square

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time


2 Bedrooms


2 Bathrooms

Price Includes

  • Accommodation: Hotel****,* ger camp, tented camp
  • Guiding and interpreting service
  • Full board meals
  • Transport: 4x4 vehicle or minivan
  • Domestic flights (Ulaanbaatar-Ulgii & Khovd-Ulaanbaatar)
  • Entrance fees to protected areas and national parks
  • Museums and cultural performance
  • Horseback riding
  • Camping equipments

Price Excludes

  • International airfare
  • Personal equipment
  • Optional activity cost
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Single room supplement
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Travel Insurance
  • The extra cost for photography in museums
  • Tip for a tour guide, driver, etc


  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

During these festivals, you’ll have the chance to witness traditional Mongolian music, dance performances, and sporting events. You can marvel at the skills of Mongolian wrestlers, horse racers, and archery athletes as they compete for glory. The atmosphere is lively and festive, with locals coming together to celebrate their heritage and have a great time.

Attending these local festivals allows you to get a genuine glimpse into the daily lives and customs of the Mongolian people. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with locals, learn about their traditions, and perhaps even join in the celebrations yourself. It’s a chance to forge connections, make new friends, and create lasting memories.

March is a wonderful time to visit Mongolia and witness these festivals. The weather is starting to warm up after the winter months, and the landscape begins to awaken with new life. You’ll get to experience the unique blend of ancient traditions and modern festivities that define Mongolian culture.

So, if you’re seeking an authentic and immersive cultural experience, join us in March to be a part of the local festivals in Mongolia. Immerse yourself in the traditions, celebrations, and joy of the Mongolian people as they come together to honor their heritage. It’s an adventure you won’t want to miss!

  • Ice Festival at lake Khovsgol
  • Golden Eagle Festival in capital city
  • Nomad family visits
  • Mongolian winter experiences

DAY 1.(01 Mar). Arrival in Ulaanbaatar

Arrive in Ulaanbaatar. Transfer to the hotel and relax. City tour including the Gandan Monastery, the National Museum of Mongolia, which represents Mongolian Culture starting from the Stone Age to the 21st century, and Buddhism, Sukhbaatar Square (also known as Chingis Khaan Square). In Gandan Monastery, you can take local prayers, monks, the biggest standing indoor Buddha statue, and temples’ own figure. (L/D)

DAY 2.(02 Mar). Fly to Northern Mongolia

Take a flight to Murun town, the central town of Khovsgol province in northern Mongolia. After arriving in Murun town, we will visit Deer Stones at Uushgiin Uvur if the flight schedule allows us. Then head to the Lake Khovsgol National Park and stay overnight at ger camp on the Shore of Lake Khovsgol. (B/L/D)

DAYS 3.(03 Mar). Ice Festival Day

ice festival mongolia tour

Organized annually on frozen Khuvsgul Lake by National Park rangers, local residents, and businesses, the Ice Festival has been held five years running. A respite from the confinement of the winter months, the Ice Festival is a time to get outdoors and play games. The festival features a gathering of local residents and nomadic reindeer herders, and performances by shamans, musicians, and sportsmen. Competitions include ice sumo, a horse sled race, ice skating races, tug of war between local teams, and a Russian Jeep race on the ice. Many traditional games are played on the sidelines, and this is an ideal venue for visitors to join in the fun and games with local people. The festival is held at Khar-Us on Khuvsgul Lake, a short drive north of Khatgal across the frozen lake ice. (B/L/D)

–  Grand Opening Ceremony of the Ice Festival 
–  Skating Marathon
–  Local handcraft’s market in Ice Ger
–  Sacrificing ceremony for the “Khuvsgul” lake and Khoridol Saridag Mountain.

DAY 4.(04 Mar). Khuvsgul Lake Ice Festival /Back to Ulaanbaatar

It is the second day of the Festival. However, we need to miss half of the events due to fly back to catch another fascinating event in Ulaanbaatar.

– Competition for car driving skills on the ice.
–  Wrestling competition on the ice
– Competition of short Skating marathon
– Horse sled racing
– Closing ceremony and bonfire

Take a flight back to Ulaanbaatar to catch Spring Golden Eagle Festival. (B/L/D)

DAY 5.(05 Mar). Winter/Spring Golden Eagle Festival in Ulaanbaatar

The Winter Golden Eagle Festival (also called Spring) starts with its parades and competitions for costuming and hunting techniques. This festival has been celebrated since 2000 and now attracts many travelers. Each year the number of eagle hunters participating in the festival is increasing which makes the festival more colorful and spectacular. Eagles chase fox skins dragged by their owners on horseback. Points are given for their speed and gripping ability. In 2 days you will capture plenty of portraits and competition photos, names Kokbar, Kizkhuar, etc. Festival winners will be announced at the closing ceremony. (B/L/D)

winter tour mongolia eagle festival

DAYS 6.(06 Mar). Departure

Transfer to Chinggis Khaan International Airport or Train station and depart Mongolia. (B)


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