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Orkhon Camp is open from May to October
Orkhon Camp is probably the best place to stay in the Orkhon Valley. Its location near the Orkhon river and amidst all the landmarks of the valley makes it a perfect foothold for any visitor exploring this region of Mongolia. The camp is only 7 km away from the waterfall, 35 km away from Tuvkhun Monastery, 50 km away from the Naiman Nuur lakes and 104 km away from Karakorum.
The site is surrounded by beautiful mountains covered with pine and larch trees. The Khangai mountains were considered sacred by the ancient nomads of the valley who worshipped Tenger - the eternal blue sky.
Orkhon Camp is made up of 20 fully equipped gers, a restaurant, as well as showers and toilets. Our restaurant and bar serve delicious Mongolian and Western dishes, as well as all sorts of beverages.
Our staff can speak several languages such as English, French and Russian and will be happy to serve you and make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Our camp has plenty of facilities and equipement that you can use for free. We have a swimming pool, a beautiful garden with outside tables as well as a volleyball playground. You can fish in the river or even play pétanque. We can also rent horses from the surrounding herders for you.
Futhermore, our camp is eco-friendly. We have a greenhouse to produce our own vegetables. Our electricity entirely comes from solar energy. Our hot showers are also fueled by solar water heaters. Moreover, we have both standard and eco-friendly dry toilets.
50 % off for Mongolian guides or drivers. Free for infants less than 3 years old
OUR SOCIAL COMMITMENT
The camp is supported by the French NGO Acting for Life (Tourism, Ethics & Development Department) and is committed to the sustainable and social development of the valley. In addition to our ecological equipements to reduce pollution, we have carried out programs in favor of the local community such as fixing the roads, cleaning up polluted areas or installing trash cans in order to reduce the pollution in the valley.