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Tour Guide: Go Camping in Mongolia

Mongolia provides the freedom to visit anywhere without any limits for travelers. Discovering the beautiful landscape, the rolling hills of the steppe, the majestic mountains, and the packages of history to attract to most adventure travelers. Here, in the capital city of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, tourists will be awe-enthused by the spiritual Bogd Khan Uul, the ancient National Park in World.

Mongolia is a rough, beautiful, and rocky destination with a perfect climate that is in the extravagances. Here, the temperatures down below zero even in its dry areas, like the Gobi Desert. Although, along with these, going and planning on a camping Mongolia tour package to Mongolia’s scenery is worth it.

Best time to visit in Mongolia

Generally, the camping trips in the country competed from June to September, and the summer months (June to August) are perfect season. And the October and November are still the best times to visit, but there will be fewer tourists to share expenditures with, and temperatures will float around zero amid the day or maybe going down the below zero during the day.

What to wear

When we planning a trip to any destination then first thought comes in mind is that what to pack clothes to wear in that place. And if we talk about the packing clothes in Mongolia to visit then you some warm clothes and a jacket at night. Winter and Autumn’s season needs more coatings of clothes throughout the day as some daytime temperatures are in only digits or down to zero.

What to bring

The camping trip may be one night, two weeks or lengthier, so, here is a list of some of the things to carry during this trip, such as

  • Water (at least 1.5 liters per day)
  • Toilet paper
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Your bottle or cup/s
  • Additional battery for your phone or camera (there are a few places where you can charge your devices)
  • Cash (there are no ATMs in the camping grounds and the closest one may be hundreds of kilometers far away)
  • Power bank
  • Toiletries (shampoo, soap, others)
  • Towel
  • Sleeping bag
  • Additional clothes that will last you the complete trip
  • Wet (baby) wipes
  • Cards, books, board games, and others as entertainment amid the downtime

What to expect

You will enjoy more time on the road than on the places that you will obtain to. And the drive takes approximately six to seven hours in one way, throughout the amazing landscapes where you will look small towns, the barren steppes, sheep and horses, grazing livestock, rolling hills, and snow-capped mountains.

If you booked the tour to Mongolia with a travel agency (Third Eye Travel), then the driver will be your cook and guide. The tour combines the three meals and lodging in travel camping grounds or with nomad families.