Mongolian winter is characterized by harsh conditions, with temperatures plummeting well below freezing. Lasting from November to March, the winter season blankets the vast landscapes with snow, transforming the steppes into a serene, icy expanse.
Nomadic herders navigate the challenges of the season, ensuring the well-being of their livestock against the biting cold. Traditional felt-lined gers, or yurts, provide shelter, while families rely on sturdy livestock such as yaks, camels, and horses for sustenance and transportation.
Taking this photo adventure tour, you'll be immersed in the wonders of wild nature, with opportunities for hiking and trekking through majestic mountains in Renchinlhumbe village, providing perfect photo moments at every turn. Delight in encounters with the Tsaatan nomadic family, skilled reindeer riders, and gain insight into their unique way of life.
For the adventurous at heart, indulge in horse riding or horse-sleigh riding to explore Mongolia’s winter treasures. Experience the warm hospitality of the ethnic communities living in the far Taiga mountains making this journey a truly cultural immersion.