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1. Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 December 2020
2. This does not apply to nationals and permanent residents of Mongolia. Passengers with Short term visa (Business, B-type), Diplomatic (D-type), or official (A-type) issued on or before 8 oct, 2020
3. Passengers are subject to 21 days Quarantine.
Mongolia is also known as “Blue Sky of 4 Seasons”, as one can experience sun in 257 out of 365 days with clear skies. Mongolia has continental climates with long, cold and dry winters and brief summers.
Winter (December to Feb, -14 to -30 degree Celsius)
Spring (March to June, 12 to 26 degree Celsius)
Summer (June to August, 22 to 32 degree Celsius)
Autumn (Sept to November, 15 to -20 degree Celsius)
Summer is recommended as the best season to visit Mongolia followed by Spring although it can be dusty and windy in spring. September is also a great month to visit Mongolia
The best season for Gobi Desert tour: from June to September and October is shoulder season.
First of October is chance to see Golden Eagle Festival in Altai, Western Mongolia.
July is the best time to see the Mongolia Naadam Festival
Indian Citizens will need a tourist visa to visit Mongolia.
Time for Processing :
3 to 4 Working Days
Embassy Fees :
Urgent Visa Fees – Rs 1925
Validity and Maximum Stay
Validity: 90 days after arrival
Maximum Stay: 30 Days
6 Months Valid Passport
Recent Photo with white background
2 Visa form
Cover letter stating the purpose of travel and duration of visit
Proof of Accomodation
Bank Statement of Last 3 Months.