Stay in a traditional ger.

By ashihai
February 25, 2024

Staying in a traditional ger, also known as a yurt, is an unforgettable way to experience the nomadic culture of Mongolia. Gers are portable, round tents made of felt and canvas, and have been used by Mongolian nomads for thousands of years as their primary form of shelter. They are still widely used today by herders and other nomadic families, and many tourists choose to stay in a ger to experience this unique way of life.

Staying in a ger provides an immersive experience of the Mongolian way of life, offering a glimpse into the daily routines and traditions of nomads. The gers are typically located in beautiful and remote locations, surrounded by vast grasslands, hills, or mountains. The interior of a ger is typically decorated with colorful rugs and other textiles, and furnished with traditional Mongolian furniture, such as wooden beds, stools, and tables.

One of the unique features of a ger is the stove located in the center of the tent, which provides heat and is also used for cooking. The stove is typically fueled by dried animal dung, which is a sustainable and readily available source of fuel in the steppe.

Staying in a ger is an opportunity to disconnect from modern life and immerse oneself in the peaceful rhythms of nature and the Mongolian way of life. It offers a chance to connect with local people, learn about their traditions and daily life, and gain a deeper appreciation for the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Mongolia.

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