The Naadam Festival, which takes place July 11th to 15th, is one of the oldest celebrations of Mongolian culture dating back to the 13th century. This incredible festival is attended by thousands around the world who watch Mongolian men dressed in traditional clothes compete in three sports- wrestling, archery, and horse racing. Singing and dancing is also part of the festivities. The festival celebrates the history of kings training their warriors. Find out more about this festival here.
American TESOL offers you ways to receive a certification in teaching English so that you can teach abroad and attend these exciting events. The following links are useful if you would like to know more about teaching English in Mongolia: