Sightseeing Private Tour of Ulaanbaatar the Yin and Yang of Mongolia!
Ulaanbaatar, the Capital of Mongolia, is an enormous city of throbbing with a life of commerce, crazy traffic, fabulous nightlife and a very bohemian culture, the Mongolian capital is exciting and unforgettable regardless which direction you take!
Sightseeing private tour of Ulaanbaatar the yin and yang of Mongolia!
This significant yet chaotic Capital of Mongolia is an adventure of a lifetime. Take your time, breathe deeply and go with the flow of this ever-changing city from dawn until dusk!
It is certainly a city that's a fabulous mix of cultures and all blend in well with each other. Miles and miles of beautiful countryside outside the city are unbelievably stunning.
The green landscapes rolling for miles with various animals running free is a site to be seen when you choose this holiday destination.
Take your time and enjoy every single minute.
Ulaanbaatar Sightseeing Tour of the Yak Racing and Yak Polo Show in a Guided Tour of Mongolia
Mongolian’s divide their country into three distinct ecoregions - Gobi, Khangai and Tal Kerem Bus. Khangai describes the mountain step and mountain forest steppe regions of their country, and that’s what you should be focussing on when you choose this holiday destination.
Ulaanbaatar sightseeing guided tour of the yak racing and yak polo show in a guided tour of Mongolia.
The whole area is dominated by wilderness – rugged mountains, alpine lakes, wildflower meadows, river valleys and the southern forested fringes of the Siberian Taiga.
The Landscape plays an important part in the way of life of actual rural Mongolians, try and discover and explore the different regions of the Khangai, so you’ll experience how the locals live among the landscape they call home.
Book a guided tour to see the yak racing and yak polo and even a yak beauty show!!
It includes a Mongolian festival; it includes a concert of cultural music and dance.
Travel Tips for Ulaanbaatar
Ulaanbaatar is the coldest capital city in Mongolia! Temperatures can dramatically start to drop below 0°C in mid-October, and cold biting temperature of to -31°C in January to end of February and remain below freezing until April. Best time to visit would be around the middle of may. The festivals start July time and are the high season for tourists. Also expensive time for flights and accommodation. To save money try and prebook everything.
Mongolia is an extremely reasonably priced country to visit, especially useful if you are on a budget! The restaurants and bars do some amazing food at really low prices, and the beer is so cheap you might just have to have more that 1! The accommodation can be good price however always try and book everything before arrival including any guided tours and save yourself more money. Transport costs are also well priced and entrance fees into museums etc.
The Mongolian currency is the tögrög, often spelt tugrik because it sounds like this. You can either use their currency or USD or Euros. If you do use the local currency try and spend it all before leaving the country as its worthless outside of the country, Plenty of exchange offices and banks will change dollars and euros if you need to. You can book Private tour with USD or Euros with no problems.
The best time to visit Mongolia and the capital, when the temperatures around the summer peak time from mid may to the end of August temperatures are roughly 13°C (55°F), July sees the massive Naadam festival drawing tourists in from all over the world. The temps are at their highest of around 28 degrees. Mongolia capital is the coldest in the world, so if you go at any other time wrap up well!