Part of experiencing Mongolia is hiring a driver for a bumpy road trip around the most scenic and remote parts of Mongolia and staying with families in a round yurt, called a ger. Last summer we arranged to stay with a family for 3 days in the middle of nowhere. We knew this would be an amazing experience the second we entered our ger and saw a sheep hanging on a clothesline, quartered and skinned only just a few hours before. “Welcome to Mongolia! Dinner will be served shortly.”
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