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“Built with the desire to preserve the Gobi Desert, Three Camel Lodge was the first ger camp in Mongolia to sign a contract with the National Park and local government to protect the surrounding area. With no telephones or WiFi, this retreat provides a true escape. It also engages with initiatives to conserve the natural and cultural heritage – get involved if you can.”
Located in the heart of the Gobi Desert, Three Camel Lodge offers a luxurious take on the traditional nomadic lifestyle. One of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World, it’s a model of environmental and cultural sustainability.
Accommodation is in 40 deluxe gers – traditional Mongolian tents – heated by wood-burning stoves and featuring en suites with a toilet, sink and shower. The rooms have wood-carved furniture, wool carpets, camel-hair blankets,
and Mongolian felt slippers and bathrobes.
The restaurant serves traditional Mongolian cuisine alongside Western classics. Constructed in the style of a Mongolian Buddhist temple, the Dino House and Bar is the hive of activity during the evenings, while the Screening Room hosts lectures, documentaries and films about Mongolia’s history, culture and ecology.
Enjoy guided tours around the Gobi Desert, then unwind with a Mongolian massage and enjoy uninterrupted views of the night sky.