Uyanga Davaanyam
Uyanga Davaanyam

Mongolia in a nutshell:

  • Unique cultural heritage
  • Long-lasting traditions
  • Spectacular landscapes
  • Authentic nomadic culture
  • Catching up with modernity
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MONGOLIA - GO NOMADIC

MONGOLIA - GO NOMADIC

Mongolia, twice as big as Texas and with less than 3 mill. inhabitants, has the lowest population density of any independent country. And it is this vast and majestic emptiness, that is the country's enduring appeal, bringing travellers, as it does, into a close communion with its stunning nature and its nomadic traditions.
A land of undisturbed nature and untouched culture, endless intriguing deserts, tundra forrests, vastgrassland and steppes, majestic snowcapped mountains, crystalclear lakes, rich and ancient culture dating back to the time of the great Genghis Khan. Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, with over 1,5 mill inhabitants, is a large city of pulsating commerce, noisy traffic and buzzing urban life and in between islands of serenity – quiet monastery courtyards and public squares with calming fountains. The river Tuul Gol, offers a cool respite, while the four holy mountains surrounding the city provide its backdrop.

We hereby present selection of roundtrips in Mongolia including the Gobi Desert in the South and the Lake Khuvsgul in the North of the country and the central parts of Mongolia  with the capital, Ulaanbaatar, and the Terejl and Khustai National Parks. Ulaanbaatar has a suitable choise of comfortable 3- 4- and 5-star hotels. Accommodation outside Ulaanbaatar is taking place in traditional Mongolian Ger Camps including new and more superior Ger Camps. Transport in the Gobi Desert and aroud Lake Khuvsgul is done with modern Japaneese 4WD jeeps and the tours include encounters with the nomads on the steppes, camel and horse riding and getting acquainted with century old traditions.

Mongolia can easily be combined with Russia and China and we also offer tours combining Irkutsk and the Lake Baikal with Mongolia and tours combining Mongolia with the great ancient cities of China.



6 days: Ulaanbaatar and national parks: Ulaanbaatar – Khustai National Park - Terelj Nati
onal Park – Ulaanbaatar


Program:

Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
Arrival at the Genghis Khan International Airport, short orientation tour and transfer to Hotel Bayang ol****, check-in, 15.00-18.00 visit to a spectacular and colourful performance of the Tumen Ekh Song and Dance Ensemble at the National Academic Theatre, including folk songs, ethnic dances, throat singing, horse-headed fiddle. 20.00 dinner at hotel.

Day 2: Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00-17.00 09.00-17.00 Ulaanbaatar sightseeing tour including the Gandan Monastery, centre of Mongolian yellow sect Buddhism with the outstanding 24 m high golden plated statue of Buddha; Megjid Janraiseg. This monastery is the largest and most important monastery of Mongolia with 500 monks. Genghis Khan Square, the spirit of the capital and famous for it s surrounding buildings including Parliament House, National Opera Theatre, Cultural Palace and House of City Council. National Museum of Mongolian History, which features Mongolian history from pre-historic time to present days and Bogd Khan Winter Palace with a large selection of artifacts related to the last king on Mongolian king.
19.00 dinner at hotel.

Day 3: Ulaanbaatar – Khustai National Park
Breakfast, 09.00 transfer to Khustai National Park 120 km), 12.00 check-in and lunch at Khustai Ger Camp (standard), 14.00-17.00 Tour of the Khustai National Park and see the famous wild Przwalski Horses, The park lies in the foothills of southern Khentii mountain range and it is the place to watch the wild Przewalski horses. The wild horses survive in nature by themselves and they have been reintroduced successfully to their homeland after 40 years of extinction. Currently, there is almost 200 Przewalski horses living in the park. 19.00 Dinner at Khustai Ger Camp.

Day 4: Khustai National Park - Terelj National Park
Breakfast, 09.00 transfer to Terelj National Park (185 km), 12.00 check-in and lunch at Alungoo Ger Camp (superior), 14.00-18.00 tour of Terelj National Park, Terelj National Park, located in the Khentii Mountain range. The park is popular because of its gigantic
granite rock formations, alpine forests and flower scenery. Visit Turtle Rock and Aryabal Monastery, 19.00 dinner at Alungoo Ger Camp.

Day 5: Terelj National Park - Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00 continue the excursion in Terelj National Park and traditional BBQ lunch with nomad family, 13.30 return to Ulaanbaatar (65 km). En route visit to Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue Complex, a 40-meter tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback,
on the bank of the Tuul River at Tsonjin Boldog. Visitors walk to the head of the horse through its chest and neck to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view.
16.00 check-in at Hotel Bayangol****, leisure, 20.00 dinner at Restaurant “Khan Ger”, return to hotel.

Day 6: Departure
Breakfast, transfer to the airport, departure flight


10 days: Grand Mongolian Expedition: Ulaanbaatar – Kharkhorin – Middle Gobi - Gobi Desert – Middle Gobi -Ulaanbaatar


Program:

Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
at the Genghis Khan International Airport, short or ientation tour and transfer to Hotel Bayangol****, check-in, 15.00-18.00 visit to a spectacular and colourful performance of the Tumen Ekh Song and Dance Ensemble at the National Academic Theatre, includin g folk songs, ethnic dances, throat singing, horse-headed fiddle. 20.00 dinner at hotel

Day 2: Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00-17.00 09.00-17.00 Ulaanbaatar sightseeing tour including the Gandan Monastery, centre of Mongolian yellow sect Buddhism with the outstanding 24 m high golden plated statue of Buddha; Megjid Janraiseg. This monastery is the largest and mostimportant monastery of Mongolia with 500 monks. Genghis Khan Square, the spirit of the capital and famous for its surrounding buildingsincluding Parliament House, National Opera Theatre, Cultural Palace and House of City Council. National Museum of Mongolian History, which features Mongolian history from pre-histori ctime to present days and Bogd Khan Winter Palace (entrance) with a large selection of artifacts, related to the last king on Mongolian king. 19.00 dinner at hotel

Day 3: Bayangobi - Kharkhorin
Breakfast, 09.00 transfer to Kharkhorin (375 km), the ancient capital of Great Mongolian Empire and one of the stop-overs of the legendary Silk Route. 13.00 Check-in and lunch at Kharkhorin Anar Ger Camp (standard), 15.00-18.00 Visit the Erdenezuu Monaste
ry, the first Buddhist monastery of Mongolia with an extraordinary collection of Buddhist paintings, religious objects and dresses. 19.00 dinner at AnarGer Camp

Day 4: Kharkhorin - Middle Gobi (Ongi Monastery)
Breakfast, 09.00 drive in the direction of south, to the semi-desert Gobi land (250 km). En route BBQ lunch with a nomadic family. 14.00-17.00 visit to the ruins of Ongi Monastery, founded in the 17th century and the main religious centre of South Mongolia, where monks practice Buddhist philosophy, astrology and medicine. 18.00 check-in at Ongiin Nuts Ger Camp (standard), 19.00 Dinner at Ongiin Nuts Ger Camp

Day 5: Gobi Desert (Bayanzag)
Breakfast, 09.00 drive into the Gobi desert to explore the ancient red rock creation, Bayanzag (250 km), formed 60-70 million years ago. 13.00 Check-in and lunch at Goviin Naran Ger Camp (superior), 14.00-17.00 Visit to the Bayanzag Cliffs. The striking red  Bayanzag Cliffs, known as the Flaming Cliffs, named by Roy Andrew Chapman, an American explorer who visited Mongolia in 1920s, contains vast amounts of dinosaur fossils, eggs and bones and is neighbored by bushy Saxual tree forests. 19.00 Dinner at Goviin Naran Ger Camp

Day 6: Gobi Desert (Khongoriin Els)
Breakfast, 09.00 continue to the magnificent Khongoriin Els sand dunes (175 km), that stretch for an extraordinary 180 km and are until 20 km wide. The sand dunes lie on the northern part of the mountain range Servei and Zuulun. The sound of masses of wind-blown sand can be heard from a long distance. 13.00 check-in a nd lunch at the at the Gobi Anar Ger Camp (standard), 14.30-17.00 trekking in the sanddunes, 19.00 dinner at Gobi Anar Ger Camp

Day 7: Gobi Desert (Gurvan Saikhan)
Breakfast, 09.00 drive to the majestic Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park (200 km) to enjoy the incredible Yol Valley, 12.00 check-in and lunch at Govinn Naran Ger Camp (superior). 13.30-17.00 Tour of the Yol Valley. The valley is the unusual narrow canyon
of a river that flows through the Zuun Saikhan Mountain. The sheerrock walls stand 200 m and the canyon has stunning green meadows with thick glacier layer that is deeply set between the walls. During the summer rainfall, water runs from the top of the walls forming waterfalls. 19.00 dinner at Goviin Naran Ger Camp

Day 8: Middle Gobi (Baga Garziin Chuluu)
Breakfast, 08.00 depart in the direction of Middle Gobi (400 km). En route meet the nomads on the steppe with their hordes of sheep, cattle and horses, a picnic lunch, 17.00 arrival and check-in at Erdene Ukhaa Ger Camp (standard), 19.00 dinner at Erdene U
khaa Ger Camp

Day 9: Middle Gobi - Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 08.00 departure to Ulaanbaatar (200 km). Scenic drive through the Baga Gazriin Chuluu, basalt and granite rock mountain and visit to ruins of 17th century Buddhist Meditation Temple, picnic lunch, 15.00 Arrival in Ulaanbaatar and check-in at Hotel Bayangol****, leisure, 20.00 dinner at Restaurant “Khan Ger”, return to hotel

Day 10: Departure
Breakfast, transfer to the airport, departure flight


10 days: Ulaanbaatar with North and South Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar – Lake Khuvsgul – Terelj National Park – Gobi Desert - Ulaanbaatar

Program:

Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
Arrival at the Genghis Khan International Airport, short orientation tour and transfer to Hotel Bayang ol****, check-in, 15.00-18.00 visit to a spectacular and colourful performance of the Tumen Ekh Song and Dance Ensemble at the National Academic Theatre, including folk songs, ethnic dances, throat singing, horse-headed fiddle. 20.00 dinner at hotel

Day 2: Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00-17.00 09.00-17.00 Ulaanbaatar sightseeing tour including the Gandan Monastery, centre of Mongolian yellow sect Buddhism with the outstanding 24 m high golden plated statue of Buddha; Megjid Janraiseg. This monastery is the largest and most important monastery of Mongolia with 500 monks. Genghis Khan Square, the spirit of the capital and famous for its surrounding buildings including Parliament House, National Opera Theatre, Cultural Palace and House of City Council. National Museum of Mongolian History, which features Mongolian history from pre-historic time to present days and Bogd Khan Winter Palace with a large selection of artifacts, related to the last king on Mongolian king. 19.00 dinner at hotel

Day 3: Ulaanbaatar – Dalanzadgad – Bayanzag
Boxed breakfast, 05.00 Transfer to Genghis Khan Airport, 07.30 departure with Hunnu Airlines bound for Dalanzadgad, the capital of South-Mongolia, 08.50 Arrival and drive to Bayanzag (105 km), 11.00 visit the ancient red rock creation, Bayanzag, formed 60-70 million years ago, famous as Flaming Cliffs, named by Roy Andrew Chapman, an American explorer who visited Mongolia in 1920s. The wonderful red Bayanzag Cliffs contain vast amounts of dinosaur fossils, eggs and bones and is neighbored by bushy
Saxual tree forests. 13.00 check-in and lunch at the at Goviin Naran Ger Camp (superior). 14.30-18.00 drive to Moltsog Els Sand Dunes (45 km). The sand dunes continue for 40 km and are surrounded by thick Saxual forest. Visit to the sand dunes and camel riding. Return to Goviin Naran Ger Camp, 20.00 "Khorkhog" BBQ dinner at Goviin Naran Ger Camp.

Day 4:Yol Valley
Breakfast, 09.00 drive to the majestic Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park (50 km) to enjoy the incredible “Yol Valley”. The valley is the unusual narrow canyon of a river that flows through the Zuun Saikhan Mountain. The sheer rock walls stand 200m and the c
anyon has stunning green meadows with thick glacier layer that is deeply set between the walls. During the summer rainfall, water runs from the top of the walls forming waterfalls, 13.00 Picnic lunch, 14.30 trekking along the canyon and observe rarely found Argali wild sheep and Ibex mountain goats, 17.00 return to Goviin Naran Ger Camp, 19.00 dinner at the Goviin Naran Ger Camp

Day 5: Goviin Naran – Dalanzadgad – Terelj National Park
Breakfast, 07.00 drive to Dalanzadgad (30 Km), 09.10 departure with Hunnu Air flight to Ulaanbaatar, 10.30 arrival in Genghis Khan Airport, transfer to Terelj National Park, 12.30 check-in and lunch at Alungoo Ger Camp (superior), 14.00-17.00 Tour of Te
relj National Park. Terelj National Par is located in the Khentii Mountain range and the park is very popular because of its gigantic granite rock formations, alpine forests and flower scenery. Visit Turtle Rock and Aryabal Monastery, 19.00 dinner at Alungoo Ger Camp

Day 6: Terelj National Park
Breakfast, 09.00 Continue the excursion in Terelj National Park and traditional BBQ lunch with a nomad family, 13.00-17.00 Excursion to the Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue Complex, a 40 meter tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback, on the bank of the Tuul River at Tsonjin Boldog. Visitors walk to the head of the horse through its chest and neck to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view, return to Alungoo Ger Camp, 19.00 dinner at Alungoo Ger Camp

Day 7: Terelj National Park - Murun - Lake Khuvsgul
Breakfast, 07.30 Transfer to Genghis Khan Airport, 10.40 departure with Hunnu Airlines bound for Murun, 12.00 Arrival to Murun, capital of Khuvsgul province, and drive to Lake Khuvsgul, second largest freshwater lake in the Central Asia with 262m depth. 14.00-17.00 Arrival at Lake Khuvsgul and tour along the banks of the lake. This gorgeous lake is fed by 96 rivers and streams but only the Egiin River flows out from the lake. Khuvsgul Lake is inhabited by nine species of fish, while the nearby taiga forest, forest steppe, mountains and the lake provide habitat for 68 species of mammals. The lake is surrounded by dozens of stunning mountains, thick pine forests and lush meadows with grazing yaks and horses. 17.00 check-in at Dul Ger Camp (standard), 19.00 Dinner at Dul Ger Camp

Day 8. Lake Khuvsgul
Breakfast, 09.00-17.00 Whole tour of the area around Lake Khuvsgul. In the morning, we will hike in the surrounding forest mountains to have a better look of the crystal blue lake. There are horse riding and fishing opportunities around the lake, picnic lunch,
in the afternoon, drive to the north to visit Reindeer Village and experience Tsaatan, the reindeer breeders, and their everyday life and traditional tent dwellings “Urts”. Return to Dul Ger Camp19.00 Dinner at Dul Ger Camp

Day 9. Lake Khuvsgul – Murun – Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00 transfer to Murun, 12.20 departure with Hunnu Airlines bound for Ulaanbaatar, 13.40 Arrival at Genghis Khan Airport, transfer to Hotel Bayangol****, check-in, leisure, 20.00 dinner at Restaurant “Khan Ger”, return to hotel

Day 10: Departure from Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, transfer to the airport, departure flight


8 Days: Mongolia Deluxe Ulaanbaatar - Gobi Dessert – Ulaanbaatar

Program:

Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar
Arrival at the Genghis Khan International Airport, short orientation tour and transfer to Hotel Kempinski Khan Palace*****, check-in, 15.00-18.00 visit to a spectacular and colourful performance of the Tumen Ekh Song and Dance Ensemble at the National Academic Theatre, including folk songs, ethnic dances, throat singing, horse-headed fiddle. 20.00 welcome dinner at hotel restaurant “Kharakhorum”, (Mongolian cuisine)

Day 2: Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00-17.00 Ulaanbaatar sightseeing tour including the Gandan Monastery (entrance), centre of Mongolian yellow sect Buddhism with the outstanding 24 m high golden plated statue of Buddha; Megjid Janraiseg. This monastery is the largest and most important monastery of Mongolia with 500 monks. Genghis Khan Square, the spirit of the capital and famous for its surrounding buildings including Parliament House, National Opera Theatre, Cultural Palace and House of City Council. National Museum of Mongolian History (entrance), which features Mongolian history from pre-historic time to present days, and visit to Bogd Khan Winter Palace with a large selection of artifacts related to the last king on Mongolian king. 20.00 dinner at hotel restaurant “Sakura” (Japanese cuisine)

Day 3: Ulaanbaatar -Khustai National Park - Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast. 09.00 Transfer to Khustai National Park (120 km), 11.00-13.00 tour of Khustai National Park, The park lies in the foothills of southern Khentii mountain range and it is the place to watch the wild Przewalski horses. The wild horses survive in nature by themselves and they have been reintroduced successfully to their homeland after 40 years of extinction. Currently, there is almost 200 Przewalski horses living in the park. 13.00 Picnic lunch, 14.30 visit to nomadic family 16.00 Return to Ulaanbaatar, 19.00 dinner at hotel

Day 4: Ulaanbaatar -Terelj National Park - Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 09.00 transfer to Terelj National Park, en route visit to Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue Complex (entrance), a 40 meter tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback, on the bank of the Tuul River at Tsonjin Boldog. Visitors walk to the head of the horse through its chest and neck to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view. 13.00 lunch at Terelj Resort and Spa Hotel, 14.00-18.00 tour of Terelj National Park, located in the Khentii Mountain range. The park is popular because of its gigantic granite rock formations, alpine forests and flower scenery. Visit Turtle Rock, return to Ulaanbaatar, 20.00 dinner at Restaurant “Castle” (European cuisine)

Day 5:Ulaanbaatar – Dalanzadgad – Bayanzag
Boxed breakfast, 05.00 Transfer to Genghis Khan International Airport, 07.30 departure with Hunnu Airlines bound for Dalanzadgad, 08.50 Arrival, drive to Bayanzag (105 km), 11.00 visit the ancient redrock creation, Bayanzag, formed 60-70 million years ago, famous as Flaming Cliffs named by Roy Andrew Chapman, an American explorer who visited Mongolia in 1920s. The wonderful red Bayanzag cliffs have dinosaur fossils, eggs and bones all over the place and neighbored by bushy Saxual tree forests, 13.00 check-in and lunch at the at Goviin Naran Ger Camp, 14.30-17.00 drive to Moltsog Els Sand Dunes (45 km), the sand dunes continue for 40km and are surrounded by thick Saxual forest, visit to the sand dunes and camel riding, 17.00 Return to Goviin Naran Ger Camp, 20.00 "Khorkhog" BBQdinner at the Ger Camp

Day 6:Yol Valley
Breakfast, 09.00 drive to the majestic Gobi Gurvan Saikhan (Three Beauties of the Gobi) National Park (50 km) to enjoy the incredible “Yol Valley”. The valley is the unusual narrow canyon of a river that flows through the Zuun Saikhan Mountain. The sheerrock walls stand 200m and the canyon has stunning green meadows with thick glacier layer that is deeply set between the walls. During the summer rainfall, water runs from the top of the walls forming waterfalls, 13.00 Picnic lunch, 14.30 trekking along the canyon and observe rarely found Argali wild sheep and Ibex mountain goats, 17.00 return to Goviin Naran Ger Camp, leisure, 19.00 dinner at Goviin Naran Ger Camp

Day 7:Goviin Naran – Dalanzadgad – Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, 07.00 drive to Dalanzadgad (30 Km), 09.10 departure with Hunnu Airlines bound for Ulaanbaatar, 10.30 arrival in Genghis Khan International Airport, transfer to Ulaanbaatar, check-in at Hotel Kempinski Khan Palace *****, leisure, 15.00-18.00 Guided tour of cashmere and antique shops and visit to Central Department Store, 20.00 Farewell dinner at Restaurant “Seoul” (Mongolian cuisine)

Day 8: Departure from Ulaanbaatar
Breakfast, transfer to the airport, departure flight

Hotel Descriptions

Hotel Bayangol****, Ulaanbaatar

Address: Chinggis Khaan Ave-5,
Ulaanbaatar, 210643, Mongolia,
tel: + 976 11 312255,
www.bayangolhotel.mn

The hotel was opened in 1964. It always played a significant role in the Mongolian tourism and hospitality industry. The Government privatized the hotel in 1991, since then, it was the first privately owned and managed hotel in Mongolia. The hotel is located in the city center, within close proximity of business, cultural and commercial centers.The hotel has 215 well-furnished guest rooms with 400 beds. The hotel has 5 food & beverage outlets: “Bayangol restaurant” (Asian and European cuisine) for 300 guests; “One day of Mongolia restaurant” (Mongolian cuisine) for 80-100 guests; “Wine House Bar” serving quality wines and seats 60 guests; “Bellagio restaurant” (Italian cuisine) for 60 guests; and “ Casablanca Cafe &Bar” (Asian and Singaporean cuisine) for 100 guests. All rooms are connected with Wi-Fi Internet Access and cable television with 45 international and local channels. Guest services available: tea and coffee service in a room, welcome mineral water, mini-bar, laundry service, room service (24 hours), sauna, hairdressing salon, beauty salon, massage and fitness club1

 

Hotel Kempinski Khan Palace*****, Ulaanbaatar

Address: East Cross Road, Peace Avenue, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
tel: + +976 11 463 463,
www.kempinski-ulaanbaatar.com

Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace is located in the heart of Bayanzurkh district in Ulaanbaatar, very close to the city center, all landmarks and the financial district as well governmental districts. There are 102 very spacious and well-appointed rooms and suites. Each room has broadband or wireless internet connection, climate control, mini bar, cable TV, separate shower and bath, working area. There are five restaurants with the finest Mongolian, Japanese & European cuisine. The hotel has meeting rooms designed with a modern and contemporary atmosphere, equipped with the latest audio/visual equipment and lighting systems and can host meetings from 10 up to 800 people, luxury Spa & Wellness, the fitness center features the latest treadmills, cardiovascular and weight resistance equipment, 24-hour room service.

 

Ger Camps Descriptions

Terelj, Alungoo Ger Camp (superior)

The camp is situated in the in the Terelj National Park surrounded by forest mountains, uniquely formed granite rocks and a wide-open valley. The ger camp is 65 km away from Ulaanbaatar to the east and the location of the camp gives easy accessibility to Gu
nj Temple, Turtle Rock, Aryabal Monastery and nomads. Alungoo is a newly established ger camp and opened in 2013. There are 27 en-suite gers complete with modern bathroom facilities. There are three ger-shaped restaurants and a pub. Khustai, Khustai Ger Camp The camp is located 100 km from Ulaanbaatar city to the east, at the entrance to Khustai National Park. Itis ideally situated for exploring the reserve that is home to the wild Mongolian Przewalski, horses and also offers bird watching, photo opportunity of untouched nature. The camp has 14 fully furnished gers with 2-4 single beds in each. Furnishings are traditional and colourful, featuring bright weavings and carved and painted wooden beds. A separate shared bathhouse provides bathroom facilities. The on-site restaurant serves a wide variety of Mongolian and western dishes. There are sauna, conference hall, information centre, laundry, souvenir shop. The main activities in the camp are horse riding and visit nomad families.

Kharkhorin, Kharkhoriin Anar Ger Camp

Kharkhoriin Anar Ger camp is situated in a very picturesque place on the bank of the Orkhon River and it is 375 km away from Ulaanbaatar and 5 km away from Erdenezuu Monastery. The camp consists of 45 gers and a ger-shaped 100-seat restaurant, which features traditional Mongolian song and dance performances. Ongi Monastery, Ongiin Nuuts Ger Camp The Ongiin Nuuts Ger Camp is located at Saikhan Ovoo Sum in the Dundgobi province, ca 515 km away from Ulaanbaatar. 45 gers can accommodate up to 100 guests. The restaurant is able to serve up to 120 people and offers both Mongolian and European meals. The camp has a remarkable architecture and is built of natural wood and stone Gobi Desert, Hanhongor Soum, Goviin Naran Ger Camp (superior)
Unveiled in 2014, the Goviin Naran Ger Camp is located in the Gobi Desert in the south of Mongolia, at Hanhongor Soum, 30 km from the province capital of Dalanzadgad and close to some of the main sights of the Gobi Desert, 50 km from Bayanzag, 50 km from Yol Valley and 40 km from Moltsog Els Sand Dunes. The camp has 24 en-suite gers complete with private bathroom facilities, 5 double gers and 19 twin gers. The ger camp has a separate restaurant building offering capacity for 60 guests and featuring Mongolian and European cuisine. The ger camp offers possibility of arranging BBQ dinners and archery. Guests can visit the desert nomads near the camp, enjoy camel trekking and experience the daily life of the nomads.

Khongoriin Els, Gobi Anar Ger Camp

The camp is located 640 km from Ulaanbaatar in the south-west and 190 km from Dalanzadgad, center of South Gobi province, 15 kms from the beautiful sanddunes. There are 30 gers to accommodate 70 guests, standard shower and rest room facilities, 2
restaurants serving European, Asian and Mongolian meals, souvenir shop, snack shop, dessert bar, BBQ place, game corner (Mongolian traditional games, chess, etc), sand tanning place and sand volleyball field. The camp offers horse, camel riding, introduction to nomadic way of living (setting up the ger, tasting of traditional homemade dairy products, milking camel), vehicle rent.

Middle Gobi, Erdene Ukhaa Ger Camp

Erdene Ukhaa Ger Camp is located in the Middle Gobi Province near Baga Gazryn Chuluu. The camp has 15 gers to accommodate 40 guests. The ger-shaped restaurant can serve 45 guests. The camp offers such activities as camel trekking, hiking, visit to a nomadic family, traditional games.

Khuvsgul, Dul Ger Camp

Dul Ger Camp is located 783 km from the center of Ulaanbaatar and 103 km from Murun city.The camp has 20 gers with comfortable 2-4 bedded gers, flush toilet, shower, sauna, restaurants with Mongolian, Asian and European cuisine. The camp offer hiking around Khuvsgul Lake, visit to reindeer families, horse and yak riding, boat cruising, fishing, the shaman customs, trekking by yak cart. The guests can also enjoy traditional mongolian cultural performance, anklebone games and bonfires.


General

We offer accommodation in single or twin occupancy in traditional Ger Camps. The superior Ger Camps have new modern gers with private facilities. Standard Ger Camps have sanitary facilities including hot showers and restroom facilities in separate buildings. The gers have daily housekeeping.


 

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