The Nomadic Empire
Once ruled by a fearless and widespread empire of nomadic tribes known as the Huns, Mongolia has an impressive history dating back centuries. The fearless ruler, Genghis Khan, and his successors dominated much of Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia, China, and Russia. Today, the landlocked nation of Mongolia sits between China and Russia surrounded by rugged mountains, deserts, and vast valleys of grasslands. With a widespread and small population of three million, much of the country continues with the traditional nomad life. Visitors can experience the culture firsthand with stays in mobile yurts, helping alongside reindeer herders, learning of the ancient practice of eagle hunting, and riding horses for a true wilderness experience in the pristine nature that visitors long for.
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Additional Country Notes
Tourism & Business Travel: You do not need a visa if visiting for fewer than 90 days, but your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your date of arrival. For stays of more than 30 days, you must register with Mongolian Immigration within seven days of arrival.
Health and Wellness
For up to date information on recommended and required vaccinations and general health travel tips for Mongolia, please refer to the CDC website. Please consult with your physician for clarification or concerns regarding recommended or required vaccinations.
Please advise us of any dietary restrictions or medical conditions that may affect your touring or any other special requests in general at this time in writing so that we may make the appropriate arrangements.