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Spending your winter holiday in Mongolia is a lifetime adventure. Mongolia's notoriously frigid winters – temperatures can fall as low as -40 °C in January, and Ulaanbaatar holds the record as the world's coldest capital city – may sound daunting. Still, the country is surprisingly accessible at this time of year and free from tourist crowds, while accommodation and tour prices are at their lowest. 
If you are an adventurous person who loves challenges, it is your season to travel. So don't let the cold stand in your way; whether you have plans to dig up a woolly bargain in the city or head into the wilderness on an invigorating dog-sled ride, a spectacular world of unique winter wonders awaits in Mongolia during the low season. Enjoy every moment with us.

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