How to make payment

About Wire Transfer Bank Transfer


Well, ready to pay for the tour fare?  Kerege Travel agency, we accepts Wire Transfer, and Western Union. Detailed information and steps please see below.

Bank transfer’s advantage is that the transfer charge is not much as Western union or credit card. But it takes longer time. It usually takes about 2-3 working days for the remittance to reach us. 

BANK ACCOUNT DETAILWESTERN UNION DETAIL
Company nameKEREGE TRAVEL LLCReceiver's First NameGABIDYEN
Account number/iban number/5805111199Receiver's Last NameBOLATBYEK
Beneficiary’s bankGOLOMT BANK OF MONGOLIACityULGII
Bank address5 DISTRICT, GOLOMT BANK, ULGII, MONGOLIAProvinceBAYAN-ULGII
SWIFT codeGLMTMNUBCountryMONGOLIA
Zip or Postal code83000Zip or Postal code83000
Address of Our CompanyTSAGAAN EREG 2-2, ULGII, MONGOLIAAddress of Our CompanyTSAGAAN EREG 2-2, ULGII, MONGOLIA

Notes:

Please note that the bank commission fee in Mongolia and the international bank transmission charges are covered by the client. After you send the money, kindly provide us a copy of each transaction to your tour manager via email.

 

CASH PAYMENT

The payment by Cash shall be allowed by our staff upon confirmation!
For some city or day tours, you can settle cash payment directly with your tour guide based on our invoice.

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