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Sukhbaatar District, Chingis Avenue, House C61, Gorkhi Terelj National Park 15160 Mongolia
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Sukhbaatar District, Chingis Avenue, House C61, Gorkhi Terelj National Park 15160 Mongolia
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iwbell wrote a review Feb 2021
Sydney, Australia7 contributions8 helpful votes
We visited this camp on 23 February and had a very good experience. The dinner and breakfast provided was very good. The outside temperature was -20c at night which the locals said was a warm winter. They also said it gets to -40 on occasions. The gur was very comfortable and had both electrically and slow combustion fire heated and was perhaps too warm inside. We turned off the electrical heater. Each 3 hours of so a camp person put more wood into the fire. The 40 mtr walk to the long drop at about 3AM cooled me off as did the long drop itself, which being winter, was frozen. We also visited a farm very close by and the bactrian camels are very impressive; the locals said they can go a genuine two weeks without water, unlike the seven or so days of the dromedaries. The bactrians are also significantly bulkier and stronger that the dromedaries but not quite as tall. Do not miss a Mongolian Throat singing show and of course, the statue is a must see. Winter is not a bad time to travel here; less tourists and more access. We then went to Irkutsk, Ekaterinburg, Moscow, St Petersburg and Helsinki, all by train and from Shanghai.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: It was a Mongolian Gur !
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Elaine R wrote a review Aug 2019
52 contributions21 helpful votes
Stopped for a few days in Ulaanbaatar and we had a trip to the national park and stay over in Ger Camp. Great food & service. No issues for us to walk to shared bathroom area, was clean and water hot. Our head lamps were handy when dark. Bush walking during day and waking up to beautiful scenery was very relaxing .. loved it 😀
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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TARDIS4956 wrote a review Sep 2018
New South Wales, Australia116 contributions35 helpful votes
We stayed here for two nights as part of our Trans Mongolian railway journey. The first night we spent in a traditional ger and the second in their luxury one. On the first night the toilet system backed up in the toilet block and the second the heating in the room wouldn't work properly. Despite this it was a great stay. Very peaceful and the surroundings are beautiful. The food served was tasty and wholesome. The traditional ger was comfortable especially after the fire was lit and it was a bit of a surprise when the owner came in again early in the morning to relight it. In the luxury ger there are huge comfortable beds tastefully decorated room with underfloor heating and a downstairs ensuite. The staff were friendly and very pleasant. Journey out and back from Ulan Bator is quite an eye opener and the road rules seem non existent but still interesting in its own way.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
JoeV314159 wrote a review Sep 2018
Chicago, Illinois128 contributions63 helpful votes
The rustic beauty combined with creature comforts make this ger camp a unique way to appreciate the Mongolian countryside without having to travel too far from Ulaanbaatar. . Nestled up against the hilly mountain landscape there is a ger for all tastes. The gers are clean with wonderful beds and come with either stove heating or electric heating. We didn’t end up needing either overnight because the gers retain heat very well and ours remained comfortable once our electric heater heated the place up. While not where you would go for a gourmet meal, the food and wine offerings were better than acceptable although the by-the-glass wine offering was weak. The folklore show was good but rudimentary. The hiking and walking opportunities in such a breathtaking setting are hard to beat. They also feature well maintained western style toilets and roomy showers in a shared permanent structure
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
carnage99 wrote a review Aug 2018
Melbourne206 contributions74 helpful votes
This camp is an easy 1.5 hour drive from UB. Staff are on hand to meet you and take your luggage to your tent, which is set among the wild flowers. The views are stunning. As everyone else has mentioned, the tents are basic but fine. The linens are super clean. The shower block is also kept reasonably clean and stocked with toilet paper. Things to note. I found there was no one to help with activities. They have an ‘info ger’ but no one was ever there. There are some nice walks but I suggest taking books. The meals are nice but a few different guests including me got sick from I assume the meat. (Not sure how good the hygiene is as I saw some of the staff not washing their hands after using the toilet!). The other thing is that this camp is popular with tour groups. A truck load of Germans turned up and the camp was not so serene. So this is probably not the place for you if you want a truly local experience. Finally when I left, no one says good bye or was there to collect the key. A bit strange...
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
MongoliaTov ProvinceGorkhi Terelj National Park
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