Mongolia FAQs

Mongolia FAQs

When is the best time of year to visit Mongolia?

Mongolia has four distinct seasons. Winters are lengthy, lasting approximately six months (November-April), very frigid, with temperatures reaching – 40°C at night. Summer is the most remarkable season to go since the weather is warmer. The Gobi Desert has dry air, scorching sand, and very high temperatures in the summer, reaching +40°C. With the summer being the busiest season, there are typically fewer visitors in the spring and autumn (May, September, and October), but temperatures may fluctuate day by day. Mongolia does not get a lot of rain on average. The wettest months are July and August when rain is forecast on 50 percent of the days.

 

In Mongolia, what language is spoken?

Mongolian is the official and most commonly spoken language in the country. Oirat and Buryat are the two Mongolic dialects spoken. English is very widely spoken among Mongolians.

 

How much time does it take to go to Mongolia?

There are no nonstop flights between North America and Mongolia. Flights depart from Toronto (YYZ), with two connecting flights in Virginia, Detroit, and Beijing. The entire trip duration is around 25 hours. There are also many airports in the United States that provide flights to Mongolia. Again, one or two stops are usually involved.

 

Is a Visa required for travel to Mongolia?

Citizens of certain nations may travel to Mongolia without a visa. For 30 days, Canadian citizens may travel without getting a visa. Citizens of the United States are permitted to travel for up to 90 days without obtaining a visa. Some other nations need a visa before travel, while others may get one upon arrival.

 

Is Mongolia suitable for families?

Mongolia offers a wide range of activities to suit the whole family. Families may go on a nature walk and see wild horses in one of the numerous National Parks, such as the Hustai National Park and the Khustain Nuruu Nature Reserve. The Gobi Desert has rain forests, springs, and dunes that you may visit. Other activities include seeing fossils at the Central Museum of Mongolian Dinosaurs or visiting Ulaanbaatar’s Sukhbaatar Square, home to many museums, stores, and cultural organizations.

 

In Mongolia, what currency is used?

Mongolia’s official currency is the Mongolian Tögrög (or Tukrik). While the Tukrik is the most commonly used currency in Mongolia, USD and EUR are also accepted in certain places.

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