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

Mongolia

A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Nov 13, 2014

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... distance. There was also a little museum of Bronze Age and Great Khan period containing Mongolian artefacts, some of which were quite interesting like the terracotta spiky bombs; and not to be forgotten, the World's largest Mongolian boot! After the giant statue we went back to Ulan Baator, where we had lunch, visited the National Museum of Mongolia (it had some interesting exhibits such as the traditional costumes of the Mongolian ethic groups), and did some souvenir ...

Hello Mongolia

A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Oct 01, 2014

8 photos

... as it was packed.

Having had a sleep, I got up and realised that I was sharing with 3 Germans.
Really nice people and we hit it off straight away, sharing our food (I think they saw my 2 carrier bags and thought I'll have some of that).

The bus from Ulan Ude to Ulan Bator takes 12 hours but as I wanted to complete the whole Trans Siberian journey, I took the train which takes 24 hours.
The reason is that Russian Trains run on different gauge ...

No rest

A travel blog entry by stapes on Sep 24, 2014

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... the arrival in Ulan Bator (coldest capital in the world, particularly at that time in the morning), and we were passed from the hands of disinterested Russians to incredibly eager Mongolians, handing out brochures for their tours and hostels. As expected, I hadn't planned anything and said goodbye to Jan and Luuk (dwarfing about 15 Mongolians huddled around them) and allowed myself to be led away by Bogi and driven back to Mongolian Visions hostel.

I had ...

Out To Mongolia

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 04, 2014

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... not. It was only when the Mongolian authorities appeared equally keen NOT to let me in their country that I realised what the problem was; there now appeared to be a small gap between the photo and its transparent seal in my passport and although I was eventually allowed in (with a similar shrug from another supervisor that I now translated as, "technically this should be a problem, but I can't be bothered to do anything about it"), it was quite unsettling to know that ...

Drive into Ulan Bator

A travel blog entry by wiese on Sep 01, 2014

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... the previous menu in China, where noodles and rice were common. The car had some more work done to it to detect a noise that could be heard occasionally as the next day they were being sent to a workshop for servicing etc. The noise disappeared on the drive into Ulan Batar so this meant that the repair would be simple and certainly not bad. We checked into the hotel and after a short break the afternoon started with a trip to ...