Mongolia in April
March to May is spring in Mongolia when it is cool, though sunny, with occasional rains. It is a season of migration for the nation’s many nomadic herders, asthe harsh winter slowly gives way to lush grasses across the plains. In the capital Ulaanbaatar temperatures in April range between minus 6 and 10 °C (21-50 °F), though precipitation is close to zero. One of the nation’s more unusual events takes place in March: the Thousand Camel Festival is a one day event aiming to protect the Bactrian camels, which sees herdsmen parade on camels, join camel races and take part in polo playoffs. The bold can even try their attempt at camel rodeo.
Venture where few travelers have gone before - isolated Siberia and the rural South Gobi Desert in this two-week tour through Russia and Mongolia. Meet isolated cultures in the desert and learn about Soviet-era times from within an authentic setting as you stay in luxurious hotels and camp underneath the stars.
- 14 days / 13 nights
- Price Per Person
- From $15,000
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One of the most remarkable things about flying privately through Mongolia is that the whole country becomes available to you, and roads, airports, and accommodations are no longer considerations of your visit.
Whether it’s the frozen ice sheets of Baikal or the Flaming Cliffs of the Gobi, Mongolia and Siberia offer travelers a chance to get close to mother nature and far from everything else.
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