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November 2018
It is the responsibility of every traveller to ensure they have all the proper documentation for International travel, including passports and visas. Mongolian visas are issued at the Mongolian Embassy or Consulate in the applicant’s home country or nearest third country. In some cases, the Mongolian Embassy or consulate will request you to obtain a...
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Mongolia is a country of extreme weather conditions. Depending on the time of year you go you should pack accordingly. For summer, it is rather hot, the evenings can get cool especially in the Gobi and mountains. I would recommend traveling as light as possible and using a good backpack. But you can buy everything you...
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Please be aware that Mongolia is a very traditional country with many customs that may be different to those of your own country. During your Mongolian adventure your guide will introduce and explain to you many of these customs and traditions. Please listen to your guide and respect the traditions of the people whom you...
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There are many social issues in the communities through which we travel around Mongolia. There are many people living in poverty, there are single parents who often struggle to feed, clothe and educate their children and families of disabled children often struggle to give their children the best healthcare and opportunities they can. As such,...
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Women who sew traditional Dell clothes were assisted by Meg to continue their work. Most of the women who sew the clothes are either single parents or on low incomes. Meg was in the street one day and got talking to a TV crew who were filming the ladies and explained that they no longer...
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The 29th School of Ulaanbaatar is unique in that it has the only program dedicated to deaf children in primary and secondary education. We work in conjunction with Dashdendev, the school’s art teacher, by selling these students’ works of art to travelers through our guest house. Proceeds from these sales are returned to the students...
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National Center Against Violence The long line of kind hearted people and organizations which have been encouraging the women and children, the victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, by donating, and giving countenance to them, continues. Currently, team of Meg’s Guesthouse & Tours are contributing to our shelter’s activity, making donations to the children,...
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We were excited to support Cricket Mongolia in 2017-18 because we could see the great results they were getting and how much fun all the kids were having. Cricket Mongolia is grassroots organization that focuses their programs in some of the most disadvantaged areas of Mongolia. They run programs for boys and girls, teaching them...
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Enkhtur has hydrocephalus (water on the brain) since he was 8 years old, which has caused him to loose his vision and his ability to walk, but his brain works just fine. Meg met him in the hospice and she decided to purchase a wheelchair for Enkhtur, as he had none. He is a very...
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On March 30th, 2014, 300 disabled children set out to the heart of Ulaanbaatar where they performed a flash mob to raise awareness for their rights. The event, held in Ulaanbaatar’s iconic Chinggis Square (formerly Sukhbaatar Square), gathered media attention from all over the country and helped inspire a movement that had formerly received little...
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