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Steppe Nomads Eco Camp

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Gun-Galuut Nature Reserve, Ulaanbaatar 15160, Mongolia
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

We spent a couple of nights at this camp plus a couple in Terelj. There was a big difference. Terelj is busier and more tourist focused. Steppe Nomads is 2-3hours drive out of UB and is literally nowhere. All you can see is a river,...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2017

We had traveled about 80 miles and finally arrived at the Steppe Nomads Eco-Camp camp at the Gün-Galuut Nature Reserve, near the Khentii Mountains where it is believed Genghis Khan is buried. Gün-Galuut Nature Reserve has a great diversity of ecosystems even though it is...More

1  Thank Sa-i44
Reviewed 16 July 2017

We stayed here for three nights. The camp is located far from the tourist flows for Mongolia. So local people are very hospitable on there. Also, the camp is protecting own-self a nature protected area and wild sheeps.

1  Thank Tseba E
Reviewed 1 July 2017

The view, after one comes over the hill having crossed kilometres of steppe on non-existent tracks, is a sight to behold. Below you is a series of gers and a few brick buildings with the river winding beyond and the steppes stretching as far as...More

1  Thank Diomedia
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

I stayed here for only two nights I wish I could stay more. The camp is located at the middle of nowhere close by the river and surrounded by beautiful landscape. The staffs are very polite and helpful. I did horse trekking for 3 hours...More

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MaryLouBoston
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We used Rara Avis travel and found it was the least expensive way to get there and back. They stopped at the Ghengis Khann statue for us on the way back.
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"all gers are quieter"
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"Get a ger tent closest to the river or to the plains."
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"The ger experience is like fancy camping."
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"Go somewhere else"
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