Thank you so much again for all of you help. My trip to India and Nepal was fantastic and absolutely flawless! Everything worked out perfectly and I will definitely use you again when I plan to return...which I will. I will definitely recommend you to anyone that wants to travel to that side of the world. Take Good Care and Good Luck!Warm Regards
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I met your nephew in Nepal, he did an excellent job. Our guide and driver in Bhutan were awesome, too. Our guide in north India was wonderful, it was great to have a Tibetan-Buddhist guide for us. I want to thank you for your service, you did a great job planning the trip and taking care of the problems that arose.I appreciate your help.Juan C. and Cynthia A.
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Mongolia has a vast array of places and sights to visit. Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia is the gateway to the many interesting destinatios of Mongolia.View items...
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The Currency in Mongolia is known as Tugrik pronounced as “too-grk” - Mongolian National Tugrik coded as MNT. Banknotes come in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000, 5000, 10000, and 20000. US Dollars, Euros, British Pounds, Australian Dollars, and they also do widely accept other major currencies by hotels, tourist class restaurants, and shopping centers.
Choosing the right time in terms of weather and climate would be the key step to enjoy Mongolia travel to the fullest. Mongolia mostly experiences sunny days and rightly called the 'Land of the Blue Sky' but keep in mind that there are hardly any warm days. Mongolia experiences extreme continental climate; it is so far inland that no sea tempers its climate.
When you start planning for your trip, the foremost step is to check the validity of your passport. Mongolia requires that the remaining validity of your passport must be a minimum of 6 months when you depart the country. You also need to make sure you are not running out blank visa pages.
The main international airport is Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN), which is about 10 miles southwest of the capital city, Ulaanbaatar. You can either go by air or by land to reach Mongolia, depending on your convenience and preference. There are not so many international carriers serving Mongolia, but you can make connections from major Asian capitals.
While Mongolia has no mandatory vaccinations required for entry, it will be wise to plan well before your travel begins; some preventive measures will surely help you in the long run. It is essential to discuss your existing illness with your doctor and aks for an International Certificate of Vaccination known as the yellow booklet, listing all of the vaccinations you have received, and take it along while you travel.
Mongolia is one of the few destinations in the world where you can travel almost worry-free. It is indeed unlikely that as a visitor, you will encounter any safety issues. The country is politically stable and relatively safer than many other Asian countries. However, there still are things you need to remember.