National Park Mongolia 13th Century

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National Park Mongolia 13th Century

National Park Mongolia 13th Century
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L N
UB4 contributions
Jun. 2019
Good cultural experience especially for tourists/foreigners. Customers can enjoy wearing traditional costumes.
Written 9 October 2019
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Baaska G
Kanazawa, Japan82 contributions
Sep. 2019 • Friends
There has one main camp and 5 different camp that shows 13th century life style. We stayed one night in the main camp and next morning visited other camps. It takes around 2-3hours.
There is no electricity, television because it is 13th century.
Most fascinating thing was the night view of sky. Because around the complex there is nothing and no lights around. Then we could experience spectacular view of the night sky and I definitely recommend to you.
Also we stayed in ger and some of ger was just normal but some of ger has interior like a 13th century and it was wonderful.
Written 23 September 2019
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Jericho B
Carlsbad, CA7 contributions
Oct. 2018 • Family
This was an incredible place to visit - a real voyage into the past. We were there in the off-season, a relatively balmy afternoon in mid-October, so some of the camps were closed, but we saw the Guard camp by the entrance, the Shaman camp, and we had a delicious lunch at the King's Palace. We were the only people there, so it felt as if we'd been magically transported back in time. The camps look and feel authentic, and you can learn a lot about Mongolian history and culture. The King's Palace gives you a good sense of the grandeur of the times. I want to go back when the rest of the park is open to see the other camps, the Herder, Craftsmen, and Education camps.
Written 6 February 2019
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thetravellingfugu
169 contributions
Sep. 2018 • Solo
Had an amazing time at this place visiting all 6 camps: Relay Station, Craftsmen, Educational, Shaman, King's Ger (where we had lunch, very delicious) and Herder camp. It is like an outdoor museum that allows you to experience what it is like to live in the 13th century era. It is rich in history and culture. The surrounding landscape is breathtaking as well and I strongly recommend taking a walk around the craftsmen camp.

This national park is located off-road and it is best to join a tour to go as you will need a guide to translate and drive you from each camp.
Written 15 October 2018
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rrrrich
Richland, WA57 contributions
Sep. 2018 • Friends
This place is way off the beaten path but well worth the effort to get there. 20 KM off the paved road and some of it is literally cross-country. Each stop is so well done and gives a great view of the time of Genghis Khan. If you have an opportunity to visit, do it!
Written 20 September 2018
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Xtripper
Kuwait City, Kuwait8 contributions
Jul. 2018 • Friends
A suitable place to learn about Mongolian civilization and to practice more activities such as riding horses and wearing Mongolian clothing
Written 28 August 2018
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FYL003
Chicago, IL1,088 contributions
Apr. 2018 • Friends
Breathtaking view. We stopped at 5 camps that represented the General ger, the Emperor ger, the winter home of herdsmen family, the artisans ger and the shaman’s ger. Each camp is located at a beautiful site with either rugged rock formation or endless view of the horizon. We had a very experienced driver, maneuvering over the rough terrain and knew where each gear is located. There is hardly any directions in the park to know where to turn, This is not a DIY journey for overseas visitors. For the determinant brave soul who wants to drive, exit the National part and get to the paved road before sun set. It will be pitch dark inside the park and extremely challenging to find the way out.
Written 22 April 2018
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Drakev6
Madison, WI13 contributions
Oct. 2017 • Solo
Spent the day here with Gobi Attraction Tours & Guest house. It was a great time and very educational. The lunch they served was delicious and plentiful.
Written 23 October 2017
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denimautum
Singapore33 contributions
Aug. 2017 • Business
Stayed overnight here. Basic facilities, with a beautiful view of the park. We had to drive back at night, and it was totally dark...had GPS, didn't helped much as once you crossed into the park off the main road, you have NO internet, no electricity, etc.
The ger we stayed in was basic. The fireplace was lited at night, and had so much smoke, it was impossible to stay in, so I went out in the cold for the smoke to peeter off. No bathroom-don't people bath during that century??. Toilet is about 5 mins walk away in pitch darkness. I went as a group for a project and didn't read much about this place other than there is no electricity, and would not come back if was a solo traveller.
Written 3 September 2017
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Todd Beck
Rexburg, ID120 contributions
Jun. 2017 • Family
To get here you'll have to drive 25 miles off the road through some sometimes pretty rough terrain. But it's worth it. Each of the stops is miles from the next, so you'll be quiet and (depending on traffic) alone, just like you're back in the 13th century. The workers at each place were enthusiastic about showing us their skills and gear. I can still taste the raw cream from the herder camp. (Don't skip that!) Most of all, the views here were breathtaking. You spend time talking with a costumed 13th century Mongolian and then step back outside into what sure feels like 700 years in the past. Very well-executed "theme park," a label which undersells how cool this place is.

PS: We tipped the workers at each station because they were doing a lot of stuff just for us, like letting us ride the horses, drawing calligraphy of our names, letting us dress in the robes, etc. Each worker seemed genuinely surprised at the tips and our translator had to explain what the money was for. Even so, we'd been encouraged by the translator to tip. So you can choose, but it felt optional.
Written 9 July 2017
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