Coronavirus & Mongolia


Outside of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia has only 2 people per square kilometer (2020 Census). So if you’re looking to ‘get away from it all’ once travel restrictions are lifted then maybe consider our Mongolia! Our ‘Everyone Travels Safely’ strategy  makes sure that we keep everyone safe – our guests, our team and the community we work with and support.

We are all being affected by the continuing impact of coronavirus. It remains an anxious time for everyone. With this in mind, as well as assisting our guests, we are also trying to support our extended Mongolian team who are obviously concerned about the potential impact on their livelihoods as we all weather the storm. Like all storms it will pass but until it does we appreciate your flexibility and understanding.’ Jess & the (extended) EL Team

Mongolia’s borders remain closed

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Any questions, queries or concerns do not hesitate to get in touch with Jess on WhatsApp + 44 7810 280403. Alternatively, send an email to

Travel Advisory For Travel To Mongolia

  • At Eternal Landscapes Mongolia, we are both a Mongolian and UK registered company. As a result, we refer primarily to the UK Foreign and Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) website. As of March 18th 2020, the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office advised against all but essential travel to Mongolia, due to current travel and entry restrictions implemented by the Mongolian Government related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are also members of The TRIP group (Travel Risk & Incident Prevention) and look to them for updates as well as those from the WHO.

The following restrictions have been put in place by the Mongolian government:

  • ALL flights currently remain suspended including those from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Tokyo, Seoul, Busan, Berlin, Istanbul, Moscow and Astana.
  • All international rail routes currently remain suspended.
  • The closure to foreign nationals of road crossings between Mongolia and Russia.
  • The closure of all borders between China and Mongolia until further notice.


Use the following (excellent) data map tracking the current outbreak of COVID-19 by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at John Hopkins University. They are tracking the COVID-19 spread in real-time on their interactive dashboard with data available for download –

  • For those requiring a visa to Mongolia, check with your closest Mongolian Embassy for the final date you can realistically apply for your Mongolian visa. Most embassies now offer a one or two-day express service with five-days typically being the maximum length of time needed for an application.

Government Of Canada travel advice to Mongolia –

World Health Organisation webpage for the coronavirus –

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