Bek Travel LLC

Bek Travel LLC

Bek Travel is flexible in terms of organising all kinds of tours, any kind of tour can be organised and itinerary is made upon visitors’ requests. You do not have to worry about your plan,  just let Bek Travel does all your plans and tour itineraries that you are planning to do in Western Mongolia , let our professional and experienced tour guides do all that for you.  This is the most preferable option by many of visitors, as it is more reliable in terms of timing and budget.

There are several ways to contact us:

Drop us an email: aynabek@gmail.com,   info@backtobektravel.com,

Call us on our Mongolian mobile: +(976) 99096385, 99974897

Come along to our office at the following address:
Bayan Olgii, Olgii, 5th Microdistrict, Olgii town, central post office building next to the main square, Mongolia


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Amanda Leigh Smith
Amanda Leigh Smith
30 Mar 2019 09:00 AM
I have just come back from a week in Western Mongolia! None of it would have been possible if I hadn't found Bek Travel. The boss, Aynabek, was so prompt and detailed in his replies that I felt that even though I was travelling alone, off-season, I would be fine. He always replied within hours, sometimes within a few minutes, so even though everyone around me said 'What? Western Mongolia? ALONE?' I never felt apprehensive from the very start- I sent him over 30 emails in the three months I was planning my trip.
I know there are a lot of travel agents out there, but if you are going to the west, I strongly recommend you use Bek- the advantage of having a team who are Kazakh Mongolian and know the language, and the customs, and the people is SO important. During my stay I met two Mongolian guides from Ulaanbaator who were with tourists, but on their first trip to Olgii. They couldn't speak the language, didn't know the customs, had no relationship with the people we stayed with...and of course the tourist needs to pay for another interpreter to explain everything. Bek, on the other hand, and his young, vibrant team, have a great, well-established relationship with all the people they deal with,which is obvious when you see them interacting. Any small problems I had re breakfast in the hotel, the room being cold, etc, were solved in minutes after a phone call. I always felt that I could call Bek 24/ 7, which was important since I only know 7 words of Kazakh, and as I have said, was travelling alone.My plane to UB was delayed 25 hours, and I thought I would have to cancel the whole trip, but even though I had only asked Bek to plan the Olgii end of my trip, he came to the airport in UB at midnight, because he happened to be in the capital. He bought me a coffee and went over my trip with me, and we chatted for a couple of hours, and in addition to it being fun, I just felt so relieved, and knew that the rest of the trip was going to be great too. I won't write too much, but honestly I can't praise him and his team too highly. There was nothing I would change- through Haika, Lazzat, and Khimbat, I was able to catch a glimpse of life in Western Mongolia. They were with me all the way, as we travelled both by car and on horse back, visited a local eagle Festival, watched the magnificent Nauryz Festival, stayed with a local family, and made visits to 15! local houses for Nauryz soup and tea. We were always laughing and joking. It sounds corny, but when we left I felt like I had a family in Mongolia- and I already am making plans to go back. Haika showed me around Olgii, helped me change money and talk to hotel staff, and Khimbat made the most delicious food just for me- I can't forget how nice it was to see the vegetables she cooked up for me after a few days of meat and soup! and Lazzat was like my little sister- we talked about so much together, and it was wonderful to see how much the local family liked them all, as they fit in with the local people and played with their children, talked and laughed together until late at night. (Whereas the guides we met who went straight from UB who were based in the capital and had never been to Olgii were detached, and distant- obviously having no relationship with the local people and not being able to speak to them was a major problem.) I will never forget waking up Lazzat to help me find my way outside to go to the toilet in the middle of the night, and the way we giggled and then marvelled at the brightness of the stars as we peed (sorry) behind the family's truck! It's little moments like that that you look back on and smile about- and in this trip, I had many such moments. The family we stayed with was lovely. I had dreamed of meeting an eagle hunter for more than 20 years- and not only did I meet one, I saw him compete in a competition, stayed with his family, and then rode up a hill and watched him work with his eagle, and then tried making the eagle fly to me as well! A dream come true- with a backdrop of beautiful scenery. Then when I flew back to UB, Bek happened to be free so came to meet me and drove me to my hotel- so we had lots of time to chat- then he checked me in, booked a car to take me to the airport the next morning, and even asked the lady on reception to get me a 'Breakfast pack' for 5 am the next morning! Sorry to rave, but I understand that everyone reading this is probably sitting there trying to decide who they can get to organise their trip- and I would like to tell everyone- send Bek an email, and any worries you have will be over!
Amanda Leigh Smith
Amanda Leigh Smith
30 Mar 2019 09:00 AM
I have just come back from a week in Western Mongolia! None of it would have been possible if I hadn't found Bek Travel. The boss, Aynabek, was so prompt and detailed in his replies that I felt that even though I was travelling alone, off-season, I would be fine. He always replied within hours, sometimes within a few minutes, so even though everyone around me said 'What? Western Mongolia? ALONE?' I never felt apprehensive from the very start- I sent him over 30 emails in the three months I was planning my trip.
I know there are a lot of travel agents out there, but if you are going to the west, I strongly recommend you use Bek- the advantage of having a team who are Kazakh Mongolian and know the language, and the customs, and the people is SO important. During my stay I met two Mongolian guides from Ulaanbaator who were with tourists, but on their first trip to Olgii. They couldn't speak the language, didn't know the customs, had no relationship with the people we stayed with...and of course the tourist needs to pay for another interpreter to explain everything. Bek, on the other hand, and his young, vibrant team, have a great, well-established relationship with all the people they deal with,which is obvious when you see them interacting. Any small problems I had re breakfast in the hotel, the room being cold, etc, were solved in minutes after a phone call. I always felt that I could call Bek 24/ 7, which was important since I only know 7 words of Kazakh, and as I have said, was travelling alone.My plane to UB was delayed 25 hours, and I thought I would have to cancel the whole trip, but even though I had only asked Bek to plan the Olgii end of my trip, he came to the airport in UB at midnight, because he happened to be in the capital. He bought me a coffee and went over my trip with me, and we chatted for a couple of hours, and in addition to it being fun, I just felt so relieved, and knew that the rest of the trip was going to be great too. I won't write too much, but honestly I can't praise him and his team too highly. There was nothing I would change- through Haika, Lazzat, and Khimbat, I was able to catch a glimpse of life in Western Mongolia. They were with me all the way, as we travelled both by car and on horse back, visited a local eagle Festival, watched the magnificent Nauryz Festival, stayed with a local family, and made visits to 15! local houses for Nauryz soup and tea. We were always laughing and joking. It sounds corny, but when we left I felt like I had a family in Mongolia- and I already am making plans to go back. Haika showed me around Olgii, helped me change money and talk to hotel staff, and Khimbat made the most delicious food just for me- I can't forget how nice it was to see the vegetables she cooked up for me after a few days of meat and soup! and Lazzat was like my little sister- we talked about so much together, and it was wonderful to see how much the local family liked them all, as they fit in with the local people and played with their children, talked and laughed together until late at night. (Whereas the guides we met who went straight from UB who were based in the capital and had never been to Olgii were detached, and distant- obviously having no relationship with the local people and not being able to speak to them was a major problem.) I will never forget waking up Lazzat to help me find my way outside to go to the toilet in the middle of the night, and the way we giggled and then marvelled at the brightness of the stars as we peed (sorry) behind the family's truck! It's little moments like that that you look back on and smile about- and in this trip, I had many such moments. The family we stayed with was lovely. I had dreamed of meeting an eagle hunter for more than 20 years- and not only did I meet one, I saw him compete in a competition, stayed with his family, and then rode up a hill and watched him work with his eagle, and then tried making the eagle fly to me as well! A dream come true- with a backdrop of beautiful scenery. Then when I flew back to UB, Bek happened to be free so came to meet me and drove me to my hotel- so we had lots of time to chat- then he checked me in, booked a car to take me to the airport the next morning, and even asked the lady on reception to get me a 'Breakfast pack' for 5 am the next morning! Sorry to rave, but I understand that everyone reading this is probably sitting there trying to decide who they can get to organise their trip- and I would like to tell everyone- send Bek an email, and any worries you have will be over!
Amanda Leigh Smith
Amanda Leigh Smith
30 Mar 2019 09:00 AM
I have just come back from a week in Western Mongolia! None of it would have been possible if I hadn't found Bek Travel. The boss, Aynabek, was so prompt and detailed in his replies that I felt that even though I was travelling alone, off-season, I would be fine. He always replied within hours, sometimes within a few minutes, so even though everyone around me said 'What? Western Mongolia? ALONE?' I never felt apprehensive from the very start- I sent him over 30 emails in the three months I was planning my trip.
I know there are a lot of travel agents out there, but if you are going to the west, I strongly recommend you use Bek- the advantage of having a team who are Kazakh Mongolian and know the language, and the customs, and the people is SO important. During my stay I met two Mongolian guides from Ulaanbaator who were with tourists, but on their first trip to Olgii. They couldn't speak the language, didn't know the customs, had no relationship with the people we stayed with...and of course the tourist needs to pay for another interpreter to explain everything. Bek, on the other hand, and his young, vibrant team, have a great, well-established relationship with all the people they deal with,which is obvious when you see them interacting. Any small problems I had re breakfast in the hotel, the room being cold, etc, were solved in minutes after a phone call. I always felt that I could call Bek 24/ 7, which was important since I only know 7 words of Kazakh, and as I have said, was travelling alone.My plane to UB was delayed 25 hours, and I thought I would have to cancel the whole trip, but even though I had only asked Bek to plan the Olgii end of my trip, he came to the airport in UB at midnight, because he happened to be in the capital. He bought me a coffee and went over my trip with me, and we chatted for a couple of hours, and in addition to it being fun, I just felt so relieved, and knew that the rest of the trip was going to be great too. I won't write too much, but honestly I can't praise him and his team too highly. There was nothing I would change- through Haika, Lazzat, and Khimbat, I was able to catch a glimpse of life in Western Mongolia. They were with me all the way, as we travelled both by car and on horse back, visited a local eagle Festival, watched the magnificent Nauryz Festival, stayed with a local family, and made visits to 15! local houses for Nauryz soup and tea. We were always laughing and joking. It sounds corny, but when we left I felt like I had a family in Mongolia- and I already am making plans to go back. Haika showed me around Olgii, helped me change money and talk to hotel staff, and Khimbat made the most delicious food just for me- I can't forget how nice it was to see the vegetables she cooked up for me after a few days of meat and soup! and Lazzat was like my little sister- we talked about so much together, and it was wonderful to see how much the local family liked them all, as they fit in with the local people and played with their children, talked and laughed together until late at night. (Whereas the guides we met who went straight from UB who were based in the capital and had never been to Olgii were detached, and distant- obviously having no relationship with the local people and not being able to speak to them was a major problem.) I will never forget waking up Lazzat to help me find my way outside to go to the toilet in the middle of the night, and the way we giggled and then marvelled at the brightness of the stars as we peed (sorry) behind the family's truck! It's little moments like that that you look back on and smile about- and in this trip, I had many such moments. The family we stayed with was lovely. I had dreamed of meeting an eagle hunter for more than 20 years- and not only did I meet one, I saw him compete in a competition, stayed with his family, and then rode up a hill and watched him work with his eagle, and then tried making the eagle fly to me as well! A dream come true- with a backdrop of beautiful scenery. Then when I flew back to UB, Bek happened to be free so came to meet me and drove me to my hotel- so we had lots of time to chat- then he checked me in, booked a car to take me to the airport the next morning, and even asked the lady on reception to get me a 'Breakfast pack' for 5 am the next morning! Sorry to rave, but I understand that everyone reading this is probably sitting there trying to decide who they can get to organise their trip- and I would like to tell everyone- send Bek an email, and any worries you have will be over!

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