Nomadic Expeditions

Three Eagle Camp


Escape Into Adventure

At Three Eagle Camp, our purpose is to provide an authentic Mongolian experience for adventurous travelers, while also preserving the culture and environment we cherish.

Our camp is situated at the foot of the majestic Tsambagarav Mountain, a permanent snow-capped peak that stands at 13,783 ft. The area is also home to the Kazakh and Uuld people who have lived in this region for centuries practicing Kazakh falconry, a tradition passed down for over a millennium.

Our traditional Mongolian ger suites provide a comfortable home during your stay, complete with ensuite bathrooms and cozy wood stoves. You’ll dine in a restaurant ger that doubles as a lounge, where you can unwind and take in the stunning surroundings.

Surrounded by the breathtaking Altai Mountains, you will witness the stunning natural beauty of Mongolia, enjoy hiking and horseback riding, and interact with local families.

You’ll find yourself stepping into a living tapestry of culture and tradition, kept alive through the ages. Witness the stoic beauty of Mongolia and allow ancient traditions to shape your understanding of this vast, untamed land.

Three Eagle Camp


May - October




Ulaanbaatar (ULN)

Our Purpose

We believe in sustainability as a core value and prioritize it in every aspect of our operation, from protecting the land and wildlife to honoring Mongolia’s people, traditions, and way of life. Our commitment to the local community runs deep.

Three Eagle Camp was built entirely by Mongolian workers, and is entirely staffed with native Mongolians. This not only provides employment opportunities but also ensures that our guests receive a genuine and authentic experience from people who know and love their culture and country.

At Three Eagle Camp, we are proud to offer travelers an unforgettable adventure that celebrates the spirit of Mongolia, while also protecting and preserving its land and people for future generations.

Three Eagle Camp
Three Eagle Camp
Three Eagle Camp


Reaching the camp, you fly to Hovd from Mongolia’s capital of Ulaanbaatar and drive two hours by 4×4 vehicle. Or you can fly to Ulgii, from which it will take an hour and a half by car.

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Our camp consists of traditional Mongolian ger suites. Each ger is furnished with a handcrafted wooden bed, table, and chairs, and features an ensuite bathroom with a hot shower. The gers are heated by wood stoves, providing warmth during the chilly alpine evenings. We dine in a restaurant ger that doubles as a lounge.

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Golden Eagles

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Kazakh falconry. Nestled in the remote beauty of Bayan-Ulgii, you will share a millennia-old tradition with the legendary golden eagle hunters of the Kazakh people. On horseback, you’ll ride alongside these skilled hunters to witness a falconry display—experiencing the powerful bond between man and bird that is central to their way of life. The golden eagles, a creature with vision eight times sharper than a human’s, soar and swoop at the hunters’ commands.

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Cultural Connection

Embark on a remarkable journey into the heart of Mongolia’s pristine Namarjin Valley, where you have the rare opportunity to meet the Uuld people and explore the lush summer pastures of the Uriankhai people—one of Mongolia’s ancient tribes, who have woven their rich history into the very fabric of this breathtaking landscape. Under the unyielding domination of the Qing Dynasty, they alone were granted the privilege to carry on the time-honored tradition of archery, a testament to their resilience and enduring spirit.


Eagle Hunting Demonstrations
Experience the awe-inspiring sight of a Golden Eagle in full flight during our hunting demonstrations. Witness the profound bond between the Kazakh hunters and these magnificent birds, as they execute a breathtaking display of skill and agility that has been refined over centuries.


Horseback Riding
Mount a sturdy Mongolian horse and canter across the vast, untamed steppes of Bayan-Ulgii. Feel the wind in your hair and the rhythm of the horse beneath you, connecting you to the nomadic traditions that are the heartbeat of Kazakh culture.


Nature Hikes
Immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of Mongolia’s untouched wilderness. As you hike through its verdant valleys and along crystal-clear streams, let the peace of nature rejuvenate your spirit and awaken your senses.


Mountain Treks
Challenge yourself with a trek up the rugged slopes of the Altai Mountains. As you ascend, behold the panoramic vistas of sweeping plains, shimmering rivers, and the distant snow-capped peaks. The views that will take your breath away.


Visiting Nomadic Families
Step into the authentic lifestyle of Mongolian nomadic families. Share stories, learn about their unique traditions, and gain insights into their symbiotic relationship with the land. This is more than a visit; it’s an intimate encounter with a culture that cherishes harmony with the land.

Three Eagle Camp
Three Eagle Camp

Golden Eagles

One of the highlights of your stay will be the opportunity to learn and witness Kazakh falconry, a tradition that has been passed down for over a millennium. The Kazakhs of Bayan-Ulgii hunt with golden eagles, which have eight times better vision than humans. You can ride along with the hunters on horseback as they hunt for foxes, rabbits, and marmots.

Cultural Connection

You can visit the Namarjin Valley to meet the Uuld people and the Uriankhai family’s summer pasture. The Uriankhai people are one of the ancient tribes of Mongolia and the only ones granted permission to practice traditional archery during the Qing Dynasty’s domination.


– Eagle Hunting Demonstrations
– Horseback Riding
– Nature Hikes
– Mountain Treks
– Visiting Nomadic Families


Mongolian Gers

Our camp consists of traditional Mongolian ger suites. Each ger is furnished with a handcrafted wooden bed, table, and chairs, and features an ensuite bathroom with a hot shower. The gers are heated by wood stoves, providing warmth during the chilly alpine evenings. We dine in a restaurant ger that doubles as a lounge.


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