With half a million square miles of sand dunes and endless blue sky, the Gobi Desert de nes Southern Mongolia. Nestled in the heart of the Omnogobi Aimag (South Gobi Province), the southernmost province bordering northern China, Three Camel Lodge is a serene haven from the hectic modern day. It is nestled in the crossroads of the Gobi’s diverse desert eco-systems and serves as a habitat for animals such as shaggy two-humped Bactrian camels, Gobi bears, ibex and gazelle.
After careful consideration for the preservation of the region’s environment, culture and people, Three Camel Lodge was opened in 2002. It was, and remains, the only luxury eco-lodge in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. Built by and staffed by locals, Three Camel Lodge isn’t just a place to stay; it’s a state of mind. This unique outcropping of gers, or traditional felt and canvas tents used by Mongolian nomads,
rests in the heart of the starkly beautiful Gobi Desert.