Mongolia has four seasons and each has own pattern of weather such as hot, mild, cold, dry, windy and snowy. It has an extreme continental climate with long, cold winters and short summers, during which most precipitation falls. Mongolia is known as “The land of the blue sky” since there are around 260 sunny and cloudless days.
If you’re planning on travelling to Mongolia, the best time to visit is during the summertime, from June till September. This is the perfect time of the year to visit and explore Mongolian spectacular landscapes and unique nomads’ lifestyle in pleasant weather. Apart from the pleasant weather, spectacular picturesque landscapes and vast-green steppes, a lot of impressive festivals and events are held such as yak festival and Naadam, including wrestling, horse racing and archery in summer months. Additionally, nomads’ lifestyle is unique, busy herding livestock, making dairy products and cutting, collecting grass for winter.
Mongolian Winter If you are really into extreme weather condition, winter is new opportunity to discover the beauty of snow covered fields and frozen lakes and enjoy more adventure activities and events such as dog sledding, ice festival, camel festival and eagle festival. Winter in Mongolia begins at the end of October and goes on until April. Whole landscape slowly turns to white as much experience as the rare opportunity to sweep across the frozen lake. October specially is a great time to travel in mountain ranges as the mix of autumn leaves with the first snow, also temperatures have not quite reached as frigid best. Anyways, the cold weather is not an obstacle for those who want to spend time in countryside also, travelers have an insatiable hunger for adventurous getaways in breathtaking scenery