Out of the city, ger camps are the most commonly available full service facilities for tourists. Tourist ger camps use the traditional home of Mongolian nomads, the felt covered ger, as guest rooms.
|?||What is tourist ger camp of Mongolia? Sometimes called as ger eco lodge, tourist lodge, tourist camp etc. Here is clear explanation with pictures about the tourist ger camps of Mongolia.|
The tourist ger camps have 20-30 gers and each ger normally has between 2 and 4 single beds in it, along with a traditional stove, a simple table, and sometimes cupboards and wash stands.
Restaurant & Food Service
In a separate building or big ger could be restaurant or dining room of the tourist ger camp and sometimes a bar or a recreation room.
|Breakfast||The breakfasts are different by the tourist camps. But all of the tourist ger camps serve western styled breakfast in the morning. The breakfast usually included fried egg, toast, bred, butter, jum glass of juice, some buscuits and tea or coffee. Some of them give mongolian traditional noodle soup which usually typecal breakfast of mongols.|
|Lunch||They usually serve vegetable (potato, carrots etc) salad in first and then soup. Soup could be western or Mongolian traditional which oriented to tourists. Then they provide main course which is Russian styled or traditional Mongolian. They portion is large. At the end provide dessert like candy or pie.|
|Dinner||Like the lunch. But usually no soup.|
Shower & Toilet
There will generally be a central building that houses hot water showers, sinks, and western style toilets. This building will be some distance from your ger.
Some tourist ger camps are connected to central electricity line and has 24 hours electricity. But some of the tourist ger camps which are located far away from the settlement area have a generator and on it in the dark evening for the lighting and off before people sleep in the tourist ger camp. Also lighting from solar charged batteries for some part of the night, allowing you to have light for using the washroom facilities, reading, charging your camera gear etc.