Equipment and Support


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ulimited mileage

Most people want to visit Mongolia's far-flung western and southern regions. As a result, we never set a mileage limit for their driving adventures. As a consequence, people will enjoy themselves and choose where they want to go.

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24/7 call support

In case of emergency, we are always there to assist you. No one wants to experience trouble during an adventure vacation such as flat tyre, medical issue, being lost or car damage. Our team will try to solve and reach you shortly.

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maximum of liberty

While Mongolia provides a wide range of travel opportunities, there are substantial sightseeing and driving distances between a number of interesting locations. You can drive for a month or a few days, making it completely versatile and adaptable to your needs.

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flexible tailor-made itineraries

We tailor our internaires to your preferences, allowing us to create an itinerary that is specific to your needs. As a result, you won't see many more tours will follow the same path. It'll be a one-of-a-kind experience.

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fully-equipped & well-maintained 4x4 vehicles

Our top priority is to provide clients with well-maintained cars equipped with the necessary tools and gadgets. As a result, we can confidently transfer the vehicles under your care and will always be happy to assist you.

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navigation support

Many tourists, especially those who have already traveled through the Mongolian countryside, are perplexed as to why there are no proper road signs or information boards. Although the remote dirt roads can pose a challenge, our team will equip you with useful resources such as a GPS system and current printed maps.

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one-way rental opton

The majority of drivers begin and end their journey in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital city. However, you can rent a car in Ulaanbaatar and finish your journey somewhere else in Mongolia. As a result, our "One Way Rental" option would be the best in this situation. There is therefore no need to drive back to Ulaabaatar.

- equipments & supply -


✓ car license
✓ car insurance
✓ road network map
✓ tourist map


✓ mobile phone
✓ gps device
✓ 12v-120v converter


✓ car toolkit
✓ jack
✓ mud & sand mats
✓ rope
✓ roof rack
✓ jerry can

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camp equipments

We provide everything you’ll need to set up a lovely and cozy campsite in the middle of nowhere. Tent, mattress, sleeping bag, camp light, table, and chairs, among other things.

kitchen equipments

We provide everything you need to cook and eat in the wilderness. Pans, pots, food containers, spoons, knives, cups, bowls, and plates, to name a few.

- support team -


Technicians are critical members of our team who have ample expertise and experience in vehicle inspection and maintenance. It is highly recommended that you recruit these guys for your group tour. We never know what could go wrong at any given time, so it’s always a smart option to be prepared for unforeseen obstacles in the middle of the desert or in Mongolia’s far reaches.


Guides are people who have a broad understanding of the region as well as its main cultural aspects. They’re there for more than just contact, interpretation, and assistance; they’re also there to share, advise, and coordinate the best resources available on your adventure.


Long drives or too much enthusiasm can divert us from our desire to cook. That is why we have skilled cooks on hand to assist you. So, why not hire a professional chef for your road trip?

- safety & security -


  • Traffic moves on the right side of the road.
  • The minimum driving age is 18 years.
  • It is illegal to operate a vehicle after having consumed alcohol.The permitted blood alcohol level is 0.02%.
  • The drivers and all passengers of the car must use safety belts while driving.
  • While driving a motorcycle, the driver and passenger must wear protective helmets.
  • While driving, the use of a cell phone is forbidden, except for the hand-free system.
  • It is not permitted to cross over the carriageway curbstones, drive over the sidewalks and verges.
  • It is illegal to frighten animal-drawn vehicles crossing roads.
  • It is not permitted to pass through or take a place among vehicles going in a column.
  • It is forbidden to open the doors of vehicles while the engine is running.
  • It is illegal to throw debris out of the window.
  • Under the prohibitory signal, drivers must stop before the marking “Stop-line”.
  • A sound signal may be used only to prevent traffic accidents or warn other drivers during overtaking on roads outside of built-up areas.
  • Drivers must give way to vehicles and pedestrians moving through a road when they enter into and exit from it.
  • When turning to the left or making a U-turn, drivers must give way to oncoming vehicles moving directly or turning to the right.
  • Drivers must give way to vehicles approaching from the right-hand side at intersection where the traffic is not reflected.
  • When driving around obstacles, drivers must give way to oncoming traffic.
  • U-turns are prohibited: on pedestrian crossings, level-crossings, on and under bridges, in tunnels, in places with a visibility limited within 100 m to either direction.
  • On motorways, commercial vehicles with a mass of more than 3.5 tons move in the first or second lane on the right-hand side of the road.
  • The speed limit in residential zones is 20 km/h (12 mph), in built-up areas – 60 km/h (37 mph), outside built-up areas – 80 km/h (50 mph), on motorways – 100 km/h.
  • Overtaking is prohibited: on not-regulated intersections, pedestrian crossings, and level-crossings or within 100 meters up to them.


  • Absence of gas station – Make sure you bring sufficient amount of gas for the driving
  • Theft and robbery – Be aware of your valuables including passport, cash, bank cards and others. Make sure you always lock doors when you leave your vehicle.
  • Vehicle malfunction – No one expects the failure of vehicle but it is always good to be well-prepared
  • Unexpected weather condition – Check the weather forecast before departure to the countryside.
  • Essential tools and gadgets – Make sure you have all relevant and sufficient number of tools
  • GPS and satellite phone – Inform our team daily about your situation and location
  • Food and drinks – Always bring more than enough food and drinks

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Mongolian Road Network

Mongolian roads are classified in three groups:

  • State roads connect the capital to the provincial center (Aimag center), important towns and important border crossings points. Most roads between Aimag centers and Ulaanbaatar and to Russia and China borders are connected by tarmac.
  • Local roads connect provincial centers (Aimag centers) to Sum centers (little village communities) Many of them are not connected by State Road
  • Internal roads connect Sum centers to other little settlements, small communities, sightseeing places, farms and nomad camps.

Mongolia’s road network (which includes national, local, and internal roads) spans nearly 49,000 kilometers, linking 24 major cities and over 160 villages (Sums and Bags). Mongolia has 11,219 kilometers of state roads and 37,859 kilometers of local roads. The bulk of Mongolia’s roads are unmaintained gravel or earth roads. An east-west route is still under construction (called Millennium Road). Roads and bridges will be built as part of the “Millennium Path” project over the next few years. The “Millennium Road” was expected to be built starting in Ulaanbaatar and going east and west, and it is being built according to the plan. Mongolia is well connected to China and Russia by road network along with the famous Trans-Mongolian railway. The Mongolian government has been putting enormous effort to connect all Aimag Centers to Ulaanbaatar by tarmac and the ambitious goal has been achieved by 2020.

Self-driving is not an easy way to explore our world. As previously stated, most roads are bumpy earth roads that are not suitable for fast driving. The most important thing to consider when self-driving through Mongolia is to take time to rest, relax, and discover monastic ruins or scenic spots. When measuring driving distances and times, you should always factor in extra time. Expect to travel at 45 km/h in northern Mongolia and 55 km/h in the Gobi desert. Driving faster is dangerous and can cause significant damage to the vehicle.

Mongolia is constructing more bridges, but depending on your itinerary, you may need to cross rivers by driving through them or taking a cable ferry.

Mongolia has a large number of cattle. Cattle, sadly, have no sense of direction. When driving in the early morning or at night, exercise extreme caution. We generally advise people not to drive at all at night.

Since there are few road signs, a GPS and good maps are a must. Tracks continue to split, making it impossible to know which to take and, as a result, making it difficult to navigate earthstate roads.

Our company offers GPS rentals. We provide our customers with the option of purchasing a Mongolian road map or a Mongolian physical map. Maps on the scales of 1:1.000.000 and 1.500.000 are available.

Road security is fine, but there are some safety concerns due to the cold temperatures in the winter and the isolation of many roads.


- usefull information -

Entering Mongolia

  • By flight (Genghis Khan Airport)
  • By train (Zamiin-Uud in the East, Altanbulag in the North)
  • Overland 3 border points (Zamiin-Uud in the East, Altanbulag in the North, Tsagaannuur in the West)

Exiting Mongolia

  • By flight (Genghis Khan Airport)
  • By train (Zamiin-Uud in the East, Altanbulag in the North)
  • Overland 3 border points (Zamiin-Uud in the East, Altanbulag in the North, Tsagaannuur in the West)


Any traveler or driver is required to have their own travel and life insurance. Our vehicles have both official vehicle and driver responsibility insurance, as required by Mongolian transportation law. When driving in Mongolia, you must have these.


Mongolia’s climate is classified as a continental climate with short warm summers and long, dry, and bitterly cold winters. The country is known as the “Land of Eternal Blue Sky” because it has an average of 257 cloudless days per year and is typically located in the middle of a high-pressure area. Summer temperatures average 15°C, while winter temperatures average-22.3°C.

Mongolia, particularly in the spring, is a windy country. When the wind blows from the north, the temperature drops rapidly, but when the wind stops, the weather quickly warms up. Even in the height of summer, depending on your location, you can need all-season clothing. You may require a coat and boots one moment and a T-shirt and sandals the next.

Driving License

An international driving permit or a Mongolian driving license is required to drive in Mongolia.