We stayed here in august 2013 as part of a National Geographic Photography Expedition. While the trip and the National Geographic folks were fabulous, Three Camel Lodge was one of the highlights. The gers (aka yurts) are very nice. Most of them have a second smaller ger with an attached toilet and sink. The beds are comfortable, and each ger has a stove in case it gets cold. Lights are provided through a combination solar cell and battery arrangement. The showers are in the basement of the main lodge, which is 25-75 meters away from your ger.
The food is very good, although it can be a little bland because Mongolians use few spices. I do suggest bringing hot sauce or something similar if you like spicy food. We had many meals here and were never disappointed. They grow their own vegetables and bake their own breads.
I will add that only one person in our group of 25 people got sick while staying here, and that was after she spent two days off-site at another camp site, so she wasn't sure why she was sick. If you have any experience with travel in rural Asia, you will understand this is extremely good.
The staff is very friendly, and a good number speak English. Certainly well enough to easily sort out any question or problem.
The location is absolutely fabulous. I am posting pictures if you have questions.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included