FAQ

  • Is Mongolia a safe place ?

          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.

  • How can I prepare for my travel? What to bring?

          Warm thin layers of clothing, waterproof jacket, good walking boots, sandals, a hat or headscarf to protect you from the sun and winds. Do not forget insects repellent, sun cream, lip-gloss and first aid kit (medicine for headache, cold, diarrhea, runny nose, bandages and any medicine prescribed for you), snacks to eat between meal times.

  • How is food in Mongolia /for me during the trip?

         Mongolian basis diet are mutton, rice and noodles, so your meals will be based around them. But not only these for you. Modern Mongolia is already having in good food habits, including all kind of  vegetables, eggs, peanut butter, cheese and chicken! Even you are vegetarian, we will provide you with good vegetarian food.

  • How about vegetarians?

          If you tell us beforehand, we can manage most kinds of special diet for vegetarians and other religious people.

  • How about travel Insurance?

         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.

  • Can I use credit card?

You can use credit cards in the larger shopping centers and HOTELS IN Ulaanbaatar. In the countryside, USD and Euros can be exchanged in banks (low rate) and are accepted in some touristic service organizations. It is wise to exchange some money before leaving Ulaanbaatar.

  • How many people will be in the group?

          It is up to you. If you want to take private tour for only single or couples, it is available. If you are single or couple, and want to join in other group tour, we can regulate it. Maximum number in a group  is usually five to six.

  • Are there medical services available?

Visitors to Mongolia should be in good health condition and able to engage in a reasonable amount of physical activities. Medical services are only available in provincial centers, towns and soum (administrative unit) centers. Be sure to bring an adequate supply of any prescription medication you are on tour. Diarrhea and altitude sickness are common for travelers to Mongolia.

  •  Time zone?                  

             GMT +8 

  • Normal working hours?        

           09.00-13.00 and 14.00-18.00

  • Electric current?  

          220 volts/50 H