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Mongolians are well aware of their country's beauty. People who live in the area will probably talk about how beautiful the landscape is, with huge steppes, rocky mountains, pristine lakes, and a lot of wildlife and livestock. A person could drive for a whole day and not see any signs of human life in some places, a real-life experience in the wilderness

Destination in a Nutshell

1.5 km2


3.2 million




Quick Facts

  • Three million people live in Mongolia. An estimated 25 to 40 percent of them live as nomadic herders.

  • Ulaanbaatar is the world’s coldest capital. In January temperatures can drop to as low as −36 to −40 °C.

  • The Gobi Desert spans across southern Mongolia to parts of Northern and Northeastern China, almost 1.3 million square kilometers.

  • Currency Mongolian Tögrög

  • Language Mongolian

  • Time zone GMT +7/+8

Best Time to Visit

Summer: June to August
  • Dry throughout the central and southern regions. The mountains and northern areas can be cold in August

  • Naadam Festival attracts more tourists than usual (mid July)

Autumn: September to October
  • The temperature ranges from 3 to 10 degree Celsius, Gobi temperatures this month can rise up to 40°C

  • Unpredictable and rare snow bustle up north

Winter: November to February
  • The temperature ranges from -25C to -30C, sometimes the temperature drops down to -40°C

  • Cold with snow storms and freezing cold wind

Spring: March to May
  • Unpredictable weather, one can see four seasons in one day

  • Dry and sunny, but you can still see snowfall in the north


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