The Yurt has been the traditional home of the nomadic mongols forover 2000 years.
The yurt has developed and changed over the centuries in accordance with the practical and spiritual need of the Mongol people and their religious.
Yurts are used not only Mongolia but in Kazakhstan and in Kirghizstan as well today.
With its central roof opening the yurt is made up of a wooden trellis and clad with felt, yak’s wool and cloth.
Each yurt is equiped with traditional mongol furniture, painted in orange and decorated with mongol symbols and motifs.
Our yurts can accomodate up to 5 people.