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Tourist ger camps are the only infrastructure available outside the city and towns. Gobi Erdene is driving distance from the dunes, as are most we were told, due to sandstorms, and offers good, basic accommodation in an authentic ger. Clean and relatively comfortable, we had...More
Nice Ger with beautiful furniture. Camp is in a great location with views of the sand dunes in the distance and only a short drive away. Food was not all that great but you are not here for the food but rather for the location....More
This was our second Ger Camp in our 2 week stay in Mongolia. Our ger had 3 beds. There was a lightbulb. Lights out is at 11. Showers are done by 11pm as well. There was a great lunch that catered to my dietary needs....More
the camp was very well organized , clean toilets and hot water all the time. Food was good and varied. Even if our group was the last of the season and they would close after us everything was perfectly working. The little kid that worked...More
We actually stayed in the little wooden houses with attached bathroom facilites, loved it, clean tidy and meals were very good. It was very hot when we were here so rooms had no fan or aircon but we managed. They had a great games room...More
Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Dalandzadgad, Gobi Erdene Ger Camp is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. …More Guests can enjoy a lounge while staying at Gobi Erdene Ger Camp. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Gobi Erdene Ger Camp. Less
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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"There are chalets with rooms and attached bath. Staying at the ger means having to walk and use common bath..."