e-Visa Mongolia ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ณ

Tourism / Events / Transit

Mongolia requires an e-Visa for transit, tourism and cultural/sport events. The country's embassies no longer issue these documents for these purposes. You don't have to send anything by post, and you don't have to go to the consulate or embassy. A photocopy of your passport and a passport photo must be sent once the form has been completed. You will receive a PDF of the agreement, which you will need to print out in color and present on arrival in Mongolia. You must be out of the country at the time of application, and not have applied for a Mongolian visa recently.

The e-Visa is valid for tourist travel (30 days maximum) or transit (10 days maximum) with authorized entry. You can extend it locally by contacting the local authorities and completing a short online procedure. Once issued, you must enter Mongolia with the authorization within 150 days. The visa's validity period will then begin when you arrive in the country, not when the authorization is issued.

How to apply for an e-Visa Mongolia

Single rate of 39 โ‚ฌ per passenger
Excluding consular fees, if applicable


Frequently asked questions about Mongolia e-Visa

Whether you're planning to visit Mongolia as a tourist, or to attend a cultural or sporting event, Visamundi provides you with all the essential information you need to know about Mongolia's entry requirements. From visa exemptions for certain nationalities to the possibility of obtaining an electronic visa for others, we can help you understand how to organize your trip to Mongolia, depending on your nationality, the reason for your visit and the duration of your stay.

Get the papers required by the local authorities, including a classic or electronic visa, and enjoy your trip to Mongolia with complete peace of mind, discovering this landlocked country between China and Russia, with its mix of isolated villages, arid plains and remote mountains.

Do I need a visa to enter Mongolia?

mongolia visaSince the beginning of 2023, Mongolia has changed its entry requirements for citizens of 34 European countries.. They no longer need to apply for a visa for every stay. tourist of 30 days or less in Mongolia until the end of 2025. For non-tourist purposes, citizens of these European countries can apply for an electronic visa for Mongolia through our agency, which specializes in travel documents for individuals and professionals. More broadly, electronic visa applications for Mongolia are open to 98 nationalities worldwide. See our dedicated blog post to find out if you qualify for visa-free travel to Mongolia..

While visa-free travel for citizens of 34 European countries officially has an end date, it doesn't for :

  • Hong Kong citizens, for stays of 14 days or less,
  • citizens of the Philippines, for stays of 21 days or less,
  • citizens of Canada, Cuba, Israel, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand and Uruguay, for stays of 30 days or less,
  • citizens of Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Chile, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macao, Serbia, Ukraine and the United States, for stays of 90 days or less.

Similarly, citizens of the above-mentioned countries must apply for a conventional or electronic visa for any extended stay in Mongolia. Despite visa exemption for many nationalities worldwide, it is still compulsory to travel to Mongolia with a passport valid for at least 6 months after the planned date of departure from the Asian country, even for a visa-free stay.

How do I obtain a visa for Mongolia?

If your nationality does not qualify you for a Mongolian e-visa, or if you wish to visit Mongolia for more than 30 consecutive days, you must go to the Mongolian embassy in your country of residence to apply for a visa. A classic visa allows you to organize long stays in Mongolia, lasting between 90 and 180 days, or even a business trip, unlike an e-visa, which is valid exclusively for tourism or events for a maximum of 30 days, or transit.

If your nationality qualifies you for a Mongolian e-visa and your stay in Mongolia is for 30 days or less, save time by choosing this entirely paperless option. The Mongolian electronic visa authorizes stays for tourist or event purposes of 30 days maximum. In case of transit, it allows stays in Mongolia up to 10 days. This is a single-entry visa. Once issued, the e-visa for Mongolia is valid for entry into the 90 days. We advise you to submit your visa application at least one week before your arrival date in Mongolia. If you are already here and wish to extend your stay, you must contact the local authorities to complete the necessary formalities..

Before you leave for Mongolia, submit your electronic visa application to Visamundi. All you need to do is fill in our online form, providing information such as the reason for your trip to Mongolia, your date of arrival in the country and your date of departure from the country, your identity, your passport number and so on. Please also send us a photocopy of your valid passport, a recent color passport photo and proof of accommodation booked locally. If you are planning an event trip to Mongolia, we also require a copy of a letter of invitation so that we can process your electronic visa application.

Our team will ensure that your documents are in order and that your electronic visa application for Mongolia is transmitted to the appropriate authorities. We can be reached by phone, email, social networks and online chat for any information you may require about your current or future visa application for Mongolia.

How much does an eVisa for Mongolia cost?

For an electronic visa for Mongolia for tourism or special events, count โ‚ฌ47 in consular fees per traveler. For transit purposes, consular fees are โ‚ฌ23 per traveler.

In the event that your visa application is refused by the Mongolian authorities, Visamundi will reimburse the full cost of your electronic visa application for Mongolia.

Which nationalities are exempt from Mongolian visa requirements?

As part of a national program to revitalize tourism "Visit Mongolia Years"Until the end of 2025, the following nationalities will be exempt from visa requirements for stays of up to 30 days: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom..

Other nationalities are also eligible for visa exemption:

  • 90 days: Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Chile, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macao, Serbia, Ukraine and USA.
  • 30 days: Canada, Cuba, Germany, Israel, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, Turkey, Thailand, Uruguay
  • 21 days: Philippines
  • 14 days: Hong Kong

Can I get a visa on arrival in Mongolia?

Only the following nationalities can obtain a 30-day visa on arrival: India and United Arab Emirates.

What documents do I need to apply for a Mongolian visa?

For a tourist or transit e-Visa application, two documents are required: a passport photo and a passport-size photo.

A letter of invitation and proof of accommodation are required if you are applying to take part in a cultural or sporting event.

How long is the e-Visa valid for?

The e-Visa is a single-entry visa, which means it is valid for 30 days, corresponding to the authorized length of stay. You can stay for 10 days if you're in transit.

Once my e-Visa has been approved, how many days do I have to use it?

Once the document has been approved and issued, you can use your e-Visa within 150 days.

What types of e-Visas are available for Mongolia?

You can apply for an e-Visa for tourism, participation in a cultural or sporting event, or transit.

Can I apply for a visa extension when I'm in Mongolia?

You can start your visa extension process online and then visit a Mongolian immigration center to finalize your application.

How long does it take to process my request?

Our processing time is 5 days. We advise you to complete your e-Visa application as soon as you know your travel dates.

How long can I stay in Mongolia?

You can stay in Mongolia for a maximum of 30 days with the Mongolian e-Visa and 10 days with the transit e-Visa.

I'm traveling to Mongolia for more than 30 days. How do I apply?

You need to go to an embassy to apply for a classic visa.

How valid is my passport when I travel to Mongolia?

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Mongolia.

Is the Mongolian e-Visa single-entry or multiple-entry?

The Mongolian e-Visa is a single-entry visa.

How far in advance do I need to apply?

As soon as your trip is planned, we advise you to submit your application as soon as possible, so that you receive your e-Visa in good time before you leave. Processing times may vary depending on a number of factors.

Are there any vaccinations required before leaving for Mongolia?

No vaccinations are required, but the authorities recommend up-to-date vaccinations:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B for long or multiple stays
  • Rage for a long stay
  • Tick-borne encephalitis for stays in wooded or rural areas
  • Typhoid for long stays

Does the e-Visa application also apply to children?

Yes, minors must also travel with their nominative e-Visa.

My travel dates are approximate. Can I finalize my request?

The validity of your e-Visa starts from the date of arrival in the country. You can always inform us by e-mail or chat if your travel dates change, so that our teams can process your request as quickly as possible.

Do I need to print my visa for Mongolia?

It is advisable to print out your electronic travel authorization before arriving in Mongolia.

My visa has been rejected. What should I do?

If your e-Visa is rejected by the authorities, we will inform you by e-mail and refund your application. You can still submit a classic visa application in your passport, as the two applications are not linked.

Can I apply for an e-Visa for several travellers?

You can complete a form and add several travelers to this request.

Mongolia: mandatory and recommended vaccines

Recommended vaccines

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B: Long or repeated stays
  • Rabies: Isolated, prolonged stay
  • Tick-borne encephalitis: Vaccination may be considered for stays in rural or wooded areas up to 1,500 meters altitude, from spring to fall.
  • Typhoid fever: Prolonged stay or precarious hygienic conditions