Discover Mongolia’s Untamed Beauty

Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure in one of the world’s most untamed and awe-inspiring landscapes? Mongolia, a land of vast horizons and ancient traditions, awaits your exploration. From the rugged beauty of the Gobi Desert to the rolling hills of the grasslands, Mongolia offers a unique blend of natural wonders and cultural richness that will leave you captivated.

Nomadic Culture and Warm Hospitality

Embrace the nomadic way of life as you immerse yourself in the warmth and hospitality of the Mongolian people. Stay in traditional gers (yurts) and experience the nomads’ way of life, sharing stories around the campfire and savoring delicious traditional cuisine. Learn about their ancient customs, horse riding techniques, and witness captivating throat singing and traditional dances.

Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Mongolia beckons, offering a rich tapestry of history, nature, and unparalleled experiences. Come, discover the Land of Vast Horizons and create memories that will last a lifetime. Happy travels!



ICE FESTIVAL – MONGOLIA (7 nights and 8 days tour)

Trvel Mongolia frequently asked questions

Most travelers will require a visa to enter Mongolia. Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality and the purpose of your visit. It's best to check with the Mongolian embassy or consulate in your country for the latest visa requirements and application procedures.

The best time to visit Mongolia is during the summer months, from June to August. This period offers pleasant weather, with warm days and cool nights. It's ideal for exploring the countryside, experiencing nomadic culture, and attending festivals like Naadam. However, keep in mind that the weather can be quite unpredictable, even during the summer, so be prepared for sudden changes.

When traveling to Mongolia, pack light layers of clothing suitable for both warm days and cool nights. Comfortable hiking shoes, a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses are essential for outdoor activities. Don't forget insect repellent, a reusable water bottle, and a basic first-aid kit. If you plan to stay in traditional gers, bring a sleeping bag suitable for colder nights.

Mongolia is generally safe for travelers, and violent crimes are rare. However, like any travel destination, it's essential to exercise common sense and take precautions, especially in urban areas. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid displaying expensive items. In rural areas, respect local customs and traditions. It's also a good idea to have travel insurance that covers medical emergencies and trip cancellations.

The official currency of Mongolia is the Mongolian Tugrik (MNT). While some tourist areas and major cities may accept credit cards, it's advisable to carry cash, especially when traveling to remote regions where card acceptance is limited.