Our tourist camp is situated in the South of Mongolia and has access to the nature and scenery of the Cobi desert. We serve many exciting tours, offering newfound freedom and flexibility to improve services.
Gobi tourist camp is located in Umnugobi, the south province of Mongolia about 560 kilometers from Ulaanbaatar and about 40 kilometers from the center of the province Dalanzadgad.
Gobi camp offers 30 fully furnished gers, which can accommodate up to 80 guests per night.
- Wash room
- Mini store
- Ger restaurant. Huge ger for the dining-hall which can hold 60 guests.
While staying at our camp you have many opportunities to make your stay memorable by going on various adventure trips such as:
- Camel trekking
- Visit to camel herder’s family
- Traditional games
Bayanzag, which means 'rich in saxaul shrubs', is more commonly known as the 'Flaming Cliffs', penned by the palaeontologist, Roy Chapman Andrews. First excavated in 1922, it is renowned worldwide for the number of dinosaur bones and eggs found in the area, which you can see in the Museum of Natural History in Ulaanbaator or, mostly, in other museums around the world.
Even if you are not a 'dinophile', the eerie beauty of the surrounding landscape is a good reason to visit. It's a classic desert of rock, red sands, scrub, sun and awesome emptiness.
Yolyn Am (Vulture's Mouth) was originally established to conserve the birdlife in the region, but it's now more famous for its dramatic and very unusual scenery - it is a valley in the middle of the Gobi Desert, with meters-thick ice almost all year round.
The small nature museum at the gate on the main road to Yolyn Am has a collection of dinosaur eggs and bones, stuffed birds and a snow leopard. There is also an ethnography museum in a ger, which is worth a visit. The surrounding hills offer plenty of opportunities for some fine, if somewhat strenuous, day hikes.