Winter in Mongolia has a bit of a reputation. It is cold, freezing in fact, but the cold is an integral part of what makes Mongolia and its landscapes extraordinary at this time of year. For me, winter is a quintessential Mongolian season.
We don’t ‘close’ for the winter months –
We’ll look after you. For all of our winter trips, we provide traditional felt boots, hand-made goat skin blankets and can provide winter deels as well. You’ll spend most nights in a ger – warming yourself by the stove. The night skies more than make up for the challenge of the temperatures.
Winter in Mongolia is a remarkable experience – it will show you how good Mongolians are at adaptation and how they work in relation to their changing (and challenging) environment. And of course, you’ll receive the warmest of hospitality as the local Mongolians you meet will be very proud to welcome foreign visitors that face the challenges of their wintertime.
Our winter trips are shared adventures in that you will stay alongside rural families. Enjoy being part of a minority who visit Mongolia in the winter –