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MONGOLIA TRAVEL TOOLS

The hotels we cooperate range from normal, clean and comfortable traveler type hotels to 3*, 4* and 5* hotels located in the downtown of Ulaanbaatar. Please visit Mongolia Hotels to get more information about the hotels we co-operate.

Ger camps are the main accommodation in the countryside during the tours. The ger camps are located close to the main attractions or in scenic areas in the appropriate day’s driving distance from one another. A tourist ger camp has approximately 15-40 gers, a large ger restaurant or a house restaurant serves with European and Mongolian meals. Some ger camps have game rooms and open playgrounds. Flush toilets and showers are located in separate blocks from the ger accommodations. There are several ger camps have attached private bathroom gers and they are considered ensuite. If you wish to stay at the ensuite gers, please inform us in advance. We will arrange the ensuite gers at some additional payment. The ger camp staff make great efforts for a comfortable and enjoyable stay of their guests. Some of the ger camp staff speak basic English while few of them speak English and other languages fluent. Please visit Mongolia ger camp to get more information about Mongolian rural accommodation ger camps.

Mongolia is a new emerging destination has a lot to offer any kinds of travelers. Traveling to Mongolia is considered expensive. If you would like to travel Mongolia at a budget price, be in close contact with the locals, then the nomad family stay and guest house/guest ger stay will help you. The guesthouses in Ulaanbaatar have 4-10 beds in one room; they have cable TV, free WIFI and serve with light breakfast in the morning. You will use kitchen, washing machine and bathroom in share. Location of the most guesthouses is very convenient, in the downtown of Ulaanbaatar. Guest gers: Some local people and nomads put extra gers close to the tourist attractions to increase their earnings, as their life is self-sufficient on their animals. The gers have beds, table, chairs and more. If you want to stay in the guest gers, it is better to bring your sleeping bag. Or we can provide the sleeping bags upon request.

Staying with nomad families is the best way to learn a lot about the centuries-old nomadic culture except for it is cost effective. Our company organizes nomad family stays for 1-2 days or longer if you wish. Staying with the nomad family is mutually useful as you can discover the distinctive way of the nomadic life while feeling their heartfelt hospitality. On the other hand, it is a way you are supporting the life of the nomads. The nomad families we choose for our customers have extra gers to stay. You can even stay in their ger. They are happy when people visit their family, and they like to share what they have and show what they do daily. While you stay with the nomad families, you can eat and learn how to make the traditional meals, fresh dairy products, homemade cookies, pancakes, bread and so on. Please visit Mongolia nomad homestay to get more information about Mongolian rural accommodation ger camps.

We supply all camping equipment such as tents, kitchen tent, cooking equipment, chairs, and tables, etc. during the tented camping. We will provide sleeping bags upon request.

We use four wheels driving Russian vans, Japanese vans and Japanese jeeps those are the most reliable vehicles to cross Mongolian bumpy roads. Some tours include domestic flights. We use yak carts, horse carts, horses and camels as means of transport to travel through areas where cars can't reach. We are able to serve with different vehcile types. Please visit Mongolia transportation to get more information about Mongolian rural accommodation ger camps.

Mongolia guides

Most of our company's guides are English speaking. We also have some guides who speak German, French, Spanish and Japanese. They are all friendly, helpful and most of them were born and grown in the countryside. Therefore, they have good knowledge about every aspect of Mongolia, and they have at least three years or more years of guiding experience. During the special trips such as horse riding, camel riding, biking or skiing, specially trained guides will guide you. Horse and camel riding guides are nomad men ready to help and guide you. Some biking and skiing guides speak English.

Mongolia drivers

Our company's drivers know the roads well when there are no road marks and know how to get to every corner of Mongolia. They are helpful, kind and handy with their cars. They help to make the tour unforgettable and add jokes at the point. Tourists sometimes wonder about our drivers' ability to find the way on Mongolian rough roads without any indication or road signs, and they make jokes about the drivers that they have GPS in their heads when the drivers drive without any trouble on the rough trails of Mongolian vast territory.

Mongolia cooks

The trekking, biking, horse riding and camel riding tours include both ger camp stays and camping. During the camping, our cooks serve with European and authentic Mongolian cuisines 3 times a day. Sometimes they pack lunch as a picnic depending on the weather condition and the length of the day driving etc.

Mongolia meals

Most of our tours include three meals a day. Depending on the international transportation schedule or at your request, breakfast of the first day and dinner on the last day may not be included. The tour meals included according to the itinerary. In Ulaanbaatar, we choose from finest Mongolian, European, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Russian and other more choices of restaurants and in the countryside, ger camps serve some European and Mongolian meals. Meat is the main recipe for the meals for lunch and dinner, particularly for Mongolian meals. Example menu of the meals is tea, coffee, bread, jam, butter, eggs and sausage for breakfast. There are some cookies, cheese, cereals, pancakes and more will be served at some of the ger camps for breakfast. Some salads, cream/vegetable/ Mongolian soups and main courses (pasta, rice, vegetables, beef/mutton/chicken/fish near lakes/rivers), dessert and tea for lunch. Salad, main course, dessert, and tea will be served for dinner. If you are a vegetarian or have dietary etc. please inform us in advance. We will book the meals accordingly. We will supply two bottles of 0.5-liter water per person a day. Putting one big bottle (1.5 liters) water instead of 2 small bottles of water is available upon request.