Enjoy Naadam Festival in Hatgal village at the shore of Lake Hovsgol. Naadam is a world-famous festival celebrating Mongolia’s Independence. So what makes Naadam so special? Annual Naadam Festival lasts for up to 3 days throughout Mongolia between 10-13 July. This is a great opportunity to witness Mongolia’s enduring long-distance horse race, traditional wrestling, archery, and knuckle-bone shooting tournaments. The trip is even fantastic to be organised near the breathtaking freshwater lake Hovsgol in Northern Mongolia. The Lake is the deepest in Central Asia. Spend your holiday trekking in the mountains, cycling through Alpine meadows and shoreline of the lake.
Zendmen Travel Advantages
- Authentic experience during local Naadam Festival
- Ethical tour operation to the places you visit
- Locally sourced meals.
- Comfortable ger camp with stunning views of the Lake Hovsgol
- Customise the tour according to your interest.
Tour Length: 9 days
Tour Dates: 9-17 July
Tour Price: from $ 1,671
Group size: 4 pax
Private tour option: Available
Tour Grade: Strenuous
Hi PJ and Muno,
Diana, Carissa and I had a great time in Mongolia. We were very well looked after by Beggi- who was an excellent guide, and Jack- an extremely skillful driver. The ger camps had a few challenges- as you had forewarned us- the first one had no hot water, and the second one had toilets which were mostly not working. Nevertheless, the whole trip in Mongolia was a wonderful experience, with the beautiful and varied sceneries, the horse and camel rides, the hot days and cold nights, the dust storms and sandy dunes, the Mongolian culture and food, the National Parks and the wild horses, etc…
Please extend our gratitude and sincere thanks to both Beggi and Jack.
I just wanted to thank you for all your work this trip. You did such a lovely job, especially given how difficult it is to arrange travel during the winter. (more…)
The friendliest people we met on our journey from London to Australia! Huge landscapes, cosy gers and endless cups of tasty milk tea! We can’t wait to go back to see it in summer.
Emily Franke, Sam King and Ben King