Three Camels Lodge

Gobi Desert, Dalandzadgad, Omnogovi, Mongolia | Campground
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This campground is located on Gobi Desert, Dalandzadgad.
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    Travel Blogs from Dalandzadgad

    Day 12: Khongoryn Els, Gobi- Emily

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Aug 28, 2014

    16 photos

    Sand! That's the word of the day. Sand, and lots of it! Today I achieved the hardest physical thing I've ever done in my life- but boy it was worth it! At the normal 6.30am alarm the three of us woke up slowly- still recovering from our midnight friends' escapades. No sign of him this morning. Breakfast like ever other- homemade bread, goat/yak butter, jam (my new favourite thing), eggs, frankfurter and today- honey! Yummy! The porters and Bayara loaded up the van, I ...

    Creeps, Camels, Deserts and Dunes

    A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Jul 27, 2014

    7 photos

    After having such a great experience with our driver Nairaa at the felt and yak festival's, we booked another trip through the Aussie owner at the Fairfield guesthouse in Tsetserleg. We were obviously completely spoiled by our first driver as this guy was a nightmare from the get go. It started with his abrupt manner bossing us to get in the car so we could go drop off a bloody carcass with the hooves still attached that was sitting where my feet were to go in the vehicle. All the ...

    Another day heading south

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 06, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    As we head further south it is getting more and more barren. Not devoid of vegetation but certainly less grass and certainly no trees. In fact I haven't seen a tree since we left UB. The goats are still present but the horses are being replaced by camels and there is fewer livestock.
    We followed an "under construction" highway for a while. Not on it of course - we don't do roads. It went ...

    The Real Indiana Jones

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jul 05, 2014

    10 photos

    4 July 2014: I can't think of a better way to celebrate the holiday than to do so here. I realize it's more appropriate to partake in festivities on my home soil. But, I don't know if one can feel more free and independent than waking up next to a quiet river in the middle of the Gobi Desert. It was also a day to pay homage to one of the great, yet lesser known, American archaeologists and adventurers, Roy Chapman Andrews. Years ago, I watched a documentary on television ...

    Gobi

    A travel blog entry by masedawg on Oct 06, 2013

    1 comment, 37 photos

    We went to the Gobi desert. It was excellent. The scenery was amazing and the sun always shone (although at night it was generally freezing). We saw lots of cool wildlife, including white-tailed gazelle, steppe fox, pika (one of these attacked me, see photos), buzzards, eagles, vultures and hares. With our four fellow travellers (a French man, a Dutch man, a Singaporean man and an American woman) we set off in a rickety Russian van, driven by a Mongolian man called Baggy who ...