It took owner Jalsa Urubshurow three years of deliberations with local nomads to find the perfect place to create this remarkable, sustainable hotel.
Wow! This place was a breath of fresh air after the places we’ve stayed in around Mongolia. The best glamping in the country! The staff and services were great!
It’s a long ride from Dalanzadgad airport. But once we arrived the setting made up for it. Keep in mind there are no roads around so it is one bumpy ride to the camp.
Urubshurow has an office in Ulaanbaatar, speaks two Mongolian dialects, and has an infectious enthusiasm for his ancestral homeland. He recommends traveling within the country by four-wheel drive and horse rather than by air—to better appreciate the vast, unspoiled landscapes—and stopping en route to explore dinosaur digs with leading paleontologists. Travelers stay in hotels, gers (traditional Mongolian tents), and the eco-friendly Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi Desert