Three Camel Lodge

Address: Gurvansaikhan National Park, Ulan Bator, Mongolia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Gurvansaikhan National Park, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

Thanks To Doug and Bat, We're On The Road Again

A travel blog entry by redtilly on May 27, 2015

20 photos

... are very grateful to Doug and Bat for all their help. We also enjoyed having dinner with them all at Bojangles the night before we left.

During the 12 days we stayed in the van at the yard, we only used solar power. Although some of the days were a little cool, they were clear and sunny. We thought we would need the generator, but we didn't.



A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on May 18, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... in a sandwich - which side will take the first bite." in the early 1900s, China ruled the country. A revolution backed by Russia in 1921 gave Mongolia its independence, or so they thought. Russia impose a communist regime on the country killing 45,000 Mongolians along the way. They also did other good communist things like stop education, destroy all religious temples, and told the nomads they could not wander anymore. The economy went to hell. With ...

Capital of the World's Largest Empire

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 25, 2014

9 photos

... were destroyed and mass execution of monks was carried out the traditional ways are being practiced again and there is a focus on bringing back harmony through Buddhist teachings and shamanism. While literacy rates were brought to nearly 100% under Russian rule very few people know the history of their country. The sense of national pride is lacking due to indifference to their past. Only in the last few years has Mongolian history been added to the school ...

Last day in Mongolia

A travel blog entry by belbrown on Sep 17, 2014

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After breakfast we all packed and jumped on the bus at headed to the city. We stopped at the Eagle and Vulture stand and some of the guys held the birds. Then we stopped at Bazaar and saw the 2 humped camel. These animals both birds and camels, do not look happy or treated well. They have chains or are in small cages. It's a little sad. We headed to a temple in Ulaanbataar and walked around- they really love the ...

Out To Mongolia

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 04, 2014

14 photos

... at the big statues of Genghis Khan and an impromptu game of 'Marco Polo' round Marco Polo's statue we were more than happy to leave for the airport and set our sights towards Beijing. To summarise, if you are ever planning a trip to Mongolia, we felt that you should allow at least a week (3 days was definitely not enough) and use the majority of this time out of the city as there were plenty of very attractive tours lasting several days hopping around Ger camps covering some sensational ...