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Gobi Erdene Ger Camp

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Reviewed 29 September 2017

We were staying at this charming log cabin in the Gobi for one night. Best news was it came with private clean bathroom. (such a wonderful +). Food in their restaurant was OK. But one thing you need to be mindful was electricity for chargers...More

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Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

Independent travelers beware- you won't get any service. Plus this place is racist towards locals, I was there with my foreign partner, so in their eyes not "foreign enough", even though we pay exact same price as all these tourists do. A lot of miscommunication...More

Thank Saruul E
Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

This was definitely the best camp we stayed at during our tour. The view from the camp is stunning but the camp itself was clean and with excellent food and very professional staff. If you plan on staying longer in the Gobi you should chevk...More

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Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

It isn't easy to get to but it is comfortable and very well situated and lovely to have a cabin with a bed and bathroom instead of a ger for a change. It has hammocks and a swing to enjoy the desert views and the...More

Thank Janet H
Reviewed 3 September 2017

We arrived at the Gobi Erdene, the only ger camp near the sand dunes and the place everyone stays. This was certainly one of the most simple ger camps we saw. The gers were still lined up in rows, but the doors were not painted...More

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Response from Dhaone | Reviewed this property |
You have to fly south to Dalanzadgad, then drive 320 km for several hours. Worth it only if you want to visit the Hongor Sands. We booked transport and stay through our agent, Nomadic Journeys, in Ulan Bataar
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"Spend some time outside and wake up for the sunrise."
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"Bring your own toilet paper. From what others have said, the gers are a better buy than the cabins."
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"Any ger is a good ger. They also have cabins."
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"There are no decent rooms here. AVOID THIS GER CAMP!"
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