Mongolia is the world’s least-densely populated country wedged between Siberia and northern China. For a place with such a storied history and singular culture, the country feels wild and the vast majority is hauntingly empty. Mongolia is home to unique natural charms, from the oldest national park on the planet to the extremely rare Bactrian camel.
Perfect forTrailblazers | Adventurers
When to goJune-August
Ideal length of stay10 Days
Designing Your Journey
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Where To Stay
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Three Camel Lodge
Located on the steppe of the South Gobi Desert, this 40-room camp is the most luxurious ger (Mongolian yurt) accommodation in Mongolia and a singular lodge experience the world over.
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Opened in June 2015 to much anticipation and fanfare, Ulaanbaatar’s first luxury hotel provides a comfortable city counterpoint to more rustic experiences in the countryside.