The 13th century complex was started to build in 2006 and operated to show and serve to domestic and foreign tourists for 6 following camps.The 13th century complex” is located 96 km far from the Ulaanbaatar city in Erdene soum, Tuv province and which covers an area of 88 hectares surrounding Yol mountain. The main idea of the complex is, we wanted you to experience in the 13th century`s how Mongols were living as nomadic life and worked.
This camp is situated at the entrance, the guards inspects costumer’s ticket in the rely station and the servants will lead and guide the tourists to the next camp.
The King Palace has 16 walled walls. It is being used as event and ceremony, there are four pillars and 108 wooden poles. Height of the King Palace is 8 m. The chairs on both sides consider the as generals positions. This King house is considered as conference hall.
The Shamanism was the main religion in 13th century, Chinggis Khan was worshiped to Mother of nature, heaven and earth and shamanism is the bridge to connecting the heaven and earth to the people. The bon fire ritual can be organized for tourists on reservation as it is an extensive but spiritual event. Moreover, you can also visit the different clans of shaman’s gers and have your fortune told if you wish and can see many tools used by Shaman and feel free to take pictures of it.
By visiting this camp you will have an opportunity to learn the unique culture of the literacy, Mongolian traditional script, and traditional way of educating their successors and the young in 13th century. Besides, tourists and guests are offered the chance of practicing the Mongolian calligraphy and many kinds of Mongolians scripts and traditional games such as ankle bones.
More than 10.000 years ago almost the end of the Stone Age, we had started to adapted animals and using their milk, skin, meat and it’s became necessity of everyday life. Even today, life of herders, pastoral culture, the methods of producing dairy products, horse training and processing the leather straps are real nomadic lifestyle. In XIII century complex you could experience the real life of nomadic lifestyle of 13th century of Mongolia.
In the Mongolian history of 13th centery, mainly almost all men of the nomadic central Asia were the iron craftsmen. The name Temuujin means “sound of the iron”. The Craftsmen`s camp has iron, art and traditional handmade crafts by cow, sheep and other animal`s skin.
Our camp consists of traditional Mongolian ger suites. Each ger is furnished with a wooden bed, table, and chairs.
Mount a sturdy Mongolian horse and canter across the vast, untamed steppes of Tuv. 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 Mongol culture.
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.
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.
In the history of humankind, people has considered archery as a sport since the Stone Age. Therefore, it is at least 2,000 years old since ancient people use a makeshift bow for hunting
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