Do you need a long stay visa? Are you part of the nationals who need a visa to come to Mongolia? Do you want information about Mongolia? You can get in touch with the nearest consulate of Mongolia. This is a non-exhaustive list of the consulates and embassies of Mongolia in the world.


Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Level 10, 80 Mount st.
North Sydney NSW 2060, PO Box 1731
Phone & Fax: +61- 2-9966 1922
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Auhofstrasse 65
A-1130 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43-1-877 3733
Fax: +43-1-877 373 340
Embassy of Mongolia
Avenue Besme 18
1190 Brussels
Phone: +32-2-3446974
Fax: +32-2-3443215
Embassy of Mongolia
Federek Jolio Kuri street 52
Sofia, 1113, Bulgaria
Phone: +359-2-9630765
Fax: +359-2-9630745
Consulate General of Mongolia
1 Bedford Rd., Suite 1
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2J7
Phone: 416-921-7250
Fax: 416-960-1498
Embassy of Mongolia
No 2, Xiushui Beijie Jian Guo, Men Wai Da Jie
Phone: +86-10-6532-1810
Fax: +86-10-6532-5045
Consulate General of Mongolia in Hoh Hot
Zhongguo Huhe Haote, Xincheng Gu Wulanxiagu, Bldg No 5, Lou Mengg u Linshiguang
Phone: +86-471-4953254
Fax: +86-471-4953250
Embassy of Mongolia
Calle 66 No 505, Esguina a 5 ta-A, Miramar,
Havana, Cuba
Phone: +53-7-242763
Fax: +53-7-240639
Czech Republic
Embassy of Mongolia
Na Marne
Praha-6, 160000
Phone: +42-2-24311199
Fax: +42-2-24314827
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Embassy of Mongolia
Phone: +850-2-3817322
Fax: +850-2-3817616
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
UNISCRAP A/S, Genvindings Industry, Fiskerihavsgade 6
DK-2450 Kobennavn SV
Fax: +45-33-120373
Embassy of Mongolia
No 14, Str. 152
MAAD, Cairo
Phone: +20-2-3506012
Fax: +20-2-3414229
Embassy of Mongolia
5, Avenue Robert Schumann
92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Phone: +33-1-46052318
Fax: +33-1-46053016
Consulate of Mongolia
Dietzgenstrasse 31
13156 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-474 806-0
Fax: +49-30-474 806-16


Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Eschersheimer Landstrasse 62-60
D – 60322 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49-69-153 096 10
Fax: +49-69-153 096 66
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Schachte 39-40
D – 28195 Bremen
Phone: +49-421-176 230
Fax: +49-421-1769 315
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Reitmorstrasse 15
D-80538 Muenchen
Phone: +49-89-21 024 910
Fax: +49-89-21 024 919
Embassy of Mongolia
Bogar Utca 14-c
1022 Budapest
Phone: +36-1-2124579
Fax: +36-1-2125731
Embassy of Mongolia
34, Archbishop Makarious Marg
New Delhi 110003
Phone: +91-11-4631728
Fax: +91-11-4633240
Honorary Consul General of Mongolia
M. Gellert and Frishtik
LLP, 20 Lincoln St. Rubinstein Tower 24 Fl.
Tel Aviv
Tel: 972 3 5618484
Fax: 972 3 5617272
Cell: 972.50 5566665
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Via Giulia, 10
34126 Trieste
Phone: +39-40-575422
Fax: +39-40-575 431
Embassy of Mongolia
21-4 Kamiyama Cho Shibuya Ku
Tokyo 150
Phone: +81-33-469-2088/2092
Fax: +81-33-469-2216
Embassy of Mongolia
Aubakerova 1/1
Alma Ati
Phone: +7-3272-200865
Fax: +7-3272-293259
Embassy of Mongolia
Q. Wat Nak Km.3
P.O.Box 370 Ventiane
Phone: +856-21-315220
Fax: +856-21-315221
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
45th floor Empire Tower, City Sq. Center, 182 Jalan Tun Razak
50400 Kuala-Lumpur
Phone: +60-3-262-1933
Fax: +60-3-2620 933
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Notarissen De Cuserstraat 5, 1081 CK Amsterdam-Buitenveldert, Postbus 791094
1008 88 Amsterdam
Fax: +31-20-6449638
Embassy of Mongolia
Ul. Rejtana 15 m, 16
00478 Warszawa
Phone & Fax: +48-22-849 9391
Embassy of Mongolia
str. Faragas-6
Phone: +40-1-6387370
Fax: +40-1-3121325
Embassy of Mongolia
str. Borisoglebovskaya 11
Moscow 121069
Phone: +7-095-290 692
Fax: +7-095-2916171
Consulate General of Mongolia in Irkutsk
Str. Lapina 11
Phone: +7-3952-342145, 342445
Fax: +7-3952 – 342143
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia in Ulan-Ude
Erbanoba str, 12, HoPhone Baikal
Ulan Ude
Phone: +7-30122-15275/20499
Fax: +7-30122-14188
Chamber of Commerce of Mongolia
100, St. Patrick Road, St. Patrick Garden
Singapore 424191
Phone: +65-3480 745
Fax: +65-3481 753
South Korea
Embassy of Mongolia
1-104 Riverside village I-Dong 300-24, Dongbuichon-Dong, Yong san-Ku
Seoul, I-104, Korea
Phone: +82-2-794-1950
Fax: +82-2-794-7605
South Korea
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
189-17, Onchon 1-Dong Dongrae-Gu,
Pusan, 607-061, Korea
Phone: +82-51-555 81 82/5583 891
Fax: +82-51-555 4715
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
Gotabergsgatan 34
S-411 34, Goteborg
Fax: +46-31-160770
Permanent Representative of Mongolia
4, Chemin des Mollies
1293 Bellevue/GE
Phone: +41-22-7741974
Fax: +41-22-7743201
E-mail: mission.mongolia@itu.chor
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
94 Rimklongprapa road Banksue
Bangkok 10800
Fax: +66-2-2590 359
Embassy of Mongolia
Koza Sokak 109, G. O. P.
Phone: +90-312-446 7977
Fax: +90-312-446 7791
Embassy of Mongolia
M. Kotsibinckogo 3
Kiev 252030
Phone: +7-44-2168639
Fax: +7-44-2168751
United Kongdom
Embassy of Mongolia
7 Kensington Court
London W8 5DL
Phone: +44-171-937 0150
Fax: +44-171-937 1117
Embassy of Mongolia
2833 M street, N.W.
Washington D.C. 20007
Phone: +1-202-3337117/2987137
Fax: +1-202-298 9227
E-mail: or /
Consulate General of Mongolia
6 East 77th st., New York, NY 10021.
Phone: +1-212-4746 517
Fax: +1-212-8619 464
Honorary Consulate of Mongolia
1221Lamar Suite 1201
Houston TX 77010
Phone: +1-713-759-2922
Fax: +1-713-646-6666
Embassy of Mongolia
39, Tran phu str.
Phone: +84-4-8453009
Fax: +84-4-8454954

Mongolia enjoys more than 260 sunny days per year, which means it’s one of the sunniest countries in the world. In winter, the sky keeps its intense blue colour but combines with biting cold.


April and May are transitional months. It’s spring. The climate is certainly getting warmer but it’s the sandstorms period: being caught by a storm in Gobi desert can be an unforgettable experience. May is reputed to be the most unsettled month; the four seasons can pass in a single day… From which the Mongolian motto: “beware of the morning sun”.

The reward for the traveller is that spring is the period when the livestock gives birth, which entails a great activity in the countryside (shearing-time). If you want to be alone in the steppes and to live at the pace of nomad (transhumance, birth, combing out, cashmere, this is certainly the best period

Summer and autumn

Then come the four most pleasant months for a trip to Mongolia: June, July, August, and September.

From June, temperatures are higher than 20°C (68°F) and it’s pleasant to visit Mongolia. June and July are the most humid months and showers in the end of the afternoons are frequent, notably in Khovsgol.

June and September are the most favourable months to visit Gobi.

In July, the steppe takes her nice green colour and keeps it for about two months.

From the 15th of August, night temperatures significantly drop with frost risk, but the days remain pleasant with temperatures varying between 15°C and 25°C (59-77°F), and this lasts until mid-September. From mid-September, the forests of larches take the colours of autumn, which gives the country a breath-taking beauty. Weather is still dry and sunny, but temperatures begin to drop. It remains possible to visit Mongolia until the end of October, but think of bringing warm clothes, because temperatures may drop under 0°C (32°F).

Snow risk in altitude from mid-August, and in plains from mid-September.


From November to March, temperatures remain negative, with averages fluctuating around -25°C (-13°F) during the coldest months of the year (December and January). Cold remains dry and there is very little snow in that period (besides, snow is a sign of mild spell). If you have fitted equipment, it remains possible to visit Mongolia. A stay among breeder in that period is a magical moment; the reception is as warm as it’s cold outside. In that period, some activities get possible: hunting with falconers, dog sledge, or attending the Ice Festival.

Coming to Mongolia can turn out to be an adventure. From Europa, five airlines serve Mongolia: MIAT from Frankfurt or Moscow, Aeroflot with a transit in Moscow, Korean Air with a transit in Seoul, Air China with a transit in Beijing, and Turkish Airlines with a transit in Istanbul.

You’re recommended to book quite early to get a better price, flights being quickly full in July and August.

If you have enough time, you’re recommended to travel from Moscow, Irkutsk and Beijing via the Trans-Mongolian. It’s a cheaper solution and a nice opportunity to travel in this legendary train. The journey to Ulan Bator takes six days from Moscow, about thirty hours from Beijing, and a bit less from Irkutsk.

Here is a small non exhaustive list of the things you shouldn’t forget:

  • You should rather take a small limp bag or a travel backpack, because it’s easier to shove them in the cars, on the horses or yaks’ back
  • A small backpack for your dairy stuff
  • Fast drying underwear
  • One urban outfit (optional)
  • Light clothes and warm clothes because the temperatures range is sometimes very important from one place to the next, according to the climate and the moment of the day
  • Fleece jacket, wind-cheater, Polartec-type or Windpro-type
  • Comfortable trousers for hikes, treks and pony treks
  • High socks and thermic tights, just in case, if you travel in May or September
  • Waterproof trekking shoes with grip soles and high ankle. You must feel good inside your shoes, don’t bring new shoes, they could give you a lot of blisters
  • A bonnet and a scarf in case of big drop in temperature (except from the 10th of June to the 20th of August)
  • Gloves, especially if you will ride a horse
  • A raincoat, K-way-type or Goretex-type. Please don’t bring ponchos or other loose rain clothes, because they could frighten the horses if you ride
  • A foulard, bandana-type, a hat or a cap to protect yourself from sun and dust
  • Sunglasses with a protection factor 3 minimum
  • A sleeping bag sheet you will place inside your sleeping bag
  • Biodegradable soap, shampoo and washing powder
  • Towelettes and antibacterial gel
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Batteries for camera or solar batteries
  • A protection bag for your camera: dust is everywhere
  • Paper handkerchieves
  • Knife Opinel-type or Swiss army knife-type, lighter, sewing accessories are always useful
  • Bin liners you can place inside your travel bag to protect your personal stuff from the rain
  • Head lamp (easier to use)
  • A flask for the pony treks

For the pony treks, you may want to add:

  • Equitation boots
  • Equitation pants
  • Sheep’s skin to put on the saddle (optional)

Please note that’s not uncommon that luggage arrive lately the day after your arrival, if not, but rarely, two or three days after. To protect yourself against any troubles, we recommend you to bring a change outfit and to keep it with you in cabin. Also when you travel with your spouse or your family, we recommend you to share your belongings between the different bags. Doing this way, if a bag doesn’t arrive, it’s not all the belongings of one person that will lack, but some belongings of each person.

Please don’t bring new cases, or brand cases. Mongolia is a dusty country and your bags are sometimes manhandled.

Mongolia lends itself to travel with children, but it’s very advisable to choose a tour that suits their skills. Mongolians are very thoughtful with children and your little ones are most welcome here. You can even entrust them to the guide or a host family, they will be delighted to play with them. Moreover, they often enable to break the ice with the local people and to faster fit in. Nevertheless, according to the age and temperament of your child, some tours must be avoided.

There are long journeys in most tours. Some journeys, in itself tiring for adults, can turn out be exhausting for children, especially if they’re nervous; that’s why you’re recommended to choose tours with not that many jeep journeys.

Nevertheless, some young children are rather quiet and open and are able to get used to hard conditions. The youngest traveller was Marceau Beauvois, 3-and-a-half-years-old, who did the “great loop” tour in 2007. According to its parents, he was the least tired of the group!

According to us, the stays in “nomadic life” among nomads best suit to young children (3 to 10-years-old). These stays allow you to merge into the Mongolian traditional environment staying with a host family. Parents will stay in a peaceful atmosphere and will enjoy sharing unique moments with nomads. Children will be delighted with the neighbouring nature, the first horse rides, and the games with the nomads’ children.

Under 3-years-old, we recommend you to wait a bit longer. Hygiene and medical infrastructure make this destination inadequate for young children.

For the pony treks, it all depends on the level of the children. The youngest horsewoman was Rahel Suss, 8-and-a-half-years-old, and she did the “great ride” tour without having any difficulties… But she rides three times a week, all year long.

In conclusion, pony treks for children less than 16 years of age, ok but only if they have excellent riding skills.