Mongolian Yurt

What’s Included?

  • Open living/dining area
  • Fully equipped kitchen with oven
  • Full bathroom
  • Glass dome with natural light
  • Separate Bedroom
  • All bedding and towels as well as basic toiletries are provided
  • Board games, Books and outdoor games
  • Outdoor furniture on covered deck
  • Wood Stove for cooler nights
  • BBQ on private deck
  • Complimentary Canoe/Kayaks/Paddle board for all guests

What’s a yurt? (Also known as a Gher)

In Buryat Mongolian “gher” simply means “home.” In Russian it is known as a yurta, hence it is more commonly known in English as a “yurt.” The gher is not only the traditional dwelling of the Buryats, but of all Mongolian peoples as well as of the Kazakh, Kirghiz, Tuvans, Tatars, Yakuts, and other Central Asian and Siberian peoples. The most commonly known kind of ger is the nomads’ ger, which is used by almost all Central Asian nomads, including Mongols and some of the Buryats.

The Yurt dates back to the time of Genghis Khan in the 13th century. Yurts have been used by generations of nomadic horse herders in Mongolia as portable homes which can be set up anywhere.


Our rates start at $ 80 per day or $ 520 per week for 2 guests 
Additional occupants ( up to 4) are $ 25 per guest per night

Please note there is a $50 one time cleaning fee as well as Gst

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