Overland Travel in Mongolia
Overlanding in Mongolia means driving hundreds of kilometers in the middle of nowhere, a land inhabited by shepherds, goats, sheep, and camels. The emptiness of it is exhilarating yet frustrating as well as rough dirt roads are never-ending and may require some hard-core 4×4 stuff.
Mongolia is an ultimate destination for a serious, fun, and challenging road trip!
Find out some of the best places to camp with your overland vehicle. Check out our overland travel information page with all the practical tips you need, and enjoy reading about the stunning places to visit on your overland trip.
Travel information for your overland journey to Mongolia: budget, roads, gas stations, camping, and more in our Mongolia Travel Guide.
Mongolia is vast and empty and you can camp anywhere. So here overlanders share the most awesome spots for wild camping in Mongolia.
Travel from Ulaanbaatar to Beijing using public transport. Here’s info on traveling by plane, train, or bus, and includes border information.
Getting a China visa is tricky so here’s hence our lowdown on the China visa application at the Chinese Embassy in Ulaanbaatar.
Mongolia’s most important celebration, the Nadaam Festival is a summer event held throughout the summer and in every corner of Mongolia.
An overview with books about Central Asia (Mongolia and the Stan Countries) and the Silk Road, divided in Non Fiction, Fiction, Travel Memoirs, Guidebooks.
Two weeks of Gobi Desert: vast and empty but with fascinating landscapes and hidden ‘treats’, a monastery and rock carvings.
Preparing for an overland trip to Russia, Mongolia and the Stan countries (Central Asia)? Here’s what we learned thus far about paper work, road maps, and guidebooks.
During a weekend-long festival monks chant for enlightenment in the Amarbayasgalant Monastery, one of Mongolia’s top three monasteries.