Frequently Asked Questions

Bordered with Russia and China, Mongolia is Landlocked country with a vast steppe under the eternal blue sky.

Yes, really good condition for the travelers' safety. No religious, civil and political resistence or internal strife. City people will be happy to see you and nomads in countryside will be Hospitable to you.

From early Jun to mid of Sep is the best time to travel to Mongolia. You can explore many tourist attractions not only in the city but also in the country side while enjoying lovely hot summer.

Gateways to Mongolia are Berlin , Beijing- Peking, Khokh Khot, Frankfurt, Moscow , Irkutsk , Osaka and Seoul . Mongolian International Airlines (MIAT) and Air China both operate Boeing and Airbus planes on flights to Ulaanbaatar. The trans-Mongolian train from Moscow or Beijing makes a particularly exhilarating entry into the country. We do not sell international air tickets to Mongolia. Most people coming from Europe use Aeroflot or Miat via Moscow. The alternative is to fly via Beijing in China and on to Ulaanbaatar using Air China or MIAT.

You should bring warm and light clothes, camera and other items. Please see our packing list in each tour for more information.

It can be obtained from the Mongolian Embassy or Consular in your country if there is one. In case you have some difficulties, Please, Contact us or one-month tourist visas can be obtained on-the-spot at arrival in Mongolia (airport and railway customs clearance), although the visa situation is subject to change from time-to-time.

Common currencies such as US dollar, British pound, Euro, Chinese Yuan, Korean won and Japanese Yen can be exchanged into Tugrug – Mongolian currency in Mongolia. Just ask your guide that you need to exchange your currency into Tugrug.

Please, choose the tour you want and send us an email or fax. Or if you want to have tailor-made travel, please, write your interest and special requirements. Upon receipt of your enquiry, we'll invent the tour schedule and confirmation letter.

In Ulaanbaatar you can have good dining in cosy restaurants featured western meals like Italian, French, Mediterranean, Mexican, Russian, Mongolian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean meals. In countryside, if you stay in tourist camp you will have western styled meals and Mongolian BBQ. If you have tent camping, you will have picnic meals such as fried meat and everything, which can be cooked on fire in outdoor.

Mongolia has four seasons including summer, autumn, winter and spring. In summer, weather is so hot that temperature can rise up to 34°C.

Most Mongolians believe in Buddhism.

We keep our groups small with an average size of 2-14 people. But mind you that number varies depending on the tour.

Ger is a traditional Mongolian yurt. When you travel in the countryside, you will be staying in tourist ger camp. In other words, tourist ger camp is like a hotel in the countryside.

The driving distance is at maximum of 350 km per a day and average one is 250 km. Average distance for hiking is 15km per a day. For horse and camel ridiers is 15-20 km per a day. For experienced riders, who want to gallop on horseback, it will be 25-30 km. Generally, this depends very much on the terrain.

In regards to travel insurance you can arrange it yourself in your own country. We can not handle any travel insurance service and we are not responsible for this issue