Mongolian summer is a season to prosper for Mongolian nomads as rivers and grasslands are at its peak. Nomads spend the summer days milking and making dairy products in flourishing meadows. The Naadam Festival, Mongolia’s biggest traditional holiday, featuring archery, wrestling and horse race, takes place in July. During the summer months, the temperature is comfortable during the day while the nights might be slightly chilly. Although the summer is the rainy season in Mongolia, the country enjoys relatively low levels of precipitation. Even on rainy days, you would usually see several light showers, and your trip shouldn’t be adversely affected by rainfall.
Mongolia during summer months welcome travelers with more opportunities, you will be able to travel every destination Mongolia has to offer, and also enjoy more fun in many exciting outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking, horse and camel riding, biking and kayaking in the nature at its peak. Most importantly, on our summer tours, you will enjoy lush flourishing meadows and the high probability of encountering a yak or camel caravan of nomads, as they move to summer pastures.
We welcome you to choose one of our summer tours for once in a lifetime experience.