Whilst you are exploring the undulating hills and vast plains of Mongolia, do stay at Ger camps, where a Mongolian traditional dwelling, Ger in Mongolian, is used travellers’ accommodation. This temporarily assembled Ger camps allow you to visit to the remote wilderness in comfort and enables you to experience a part of Mongolian traditional way of living.
Ger camps are very adaptive and at the same time it offers you holiday comfort. Each ger is furnished up to 4 beds and you can choose to have single supplement which guarantees single accommodation.
Ger camps provide breakfast, lunch and dinner. You might encounter with Mongolian traditional cuisine such as khuushuur (a fried pastry) and milk tea at the camp’s restaurant. The breakfast usually includes fried egg, sausage, toast, bread, butter, jam, juice, tea, coffee and boortsog (hand made cookies). Lunch and dinner usually made up salad, soup, main dish and dessert. The ingredients could be different depending on the region. If you have a special diet you are advised to contact us in advance and we could look what possible to arrange. The restaurant of the ger camps are mostly large ger or a building as it can be seen on the photo.
Ger camps in the rural area use solar power or mini electric generator, therefore electricity usage could be limited. When it gets cold, camp staff kindly come and set fire in the stove of your ger. Most of the ger camps are provided with modern shower and toilet facilities that are mainly separate buildings for traveller’s use and it could be in some distance from your ger. Having said that some of the ger camps offer ensuite gers.