Have you ever wondered what life would be like without electricity, running water and WiFi? We invite you jump back in time and learn valuable life skills. UB guesthouse allows you to experience life through the view of a Mongolian Nomadic family. Try to live with Mongolia nomad people, one of the last remaining nomadic people in the world, stay with us for a few hours or a few days.
There are an estimated 30-40 million nomads in the world today. Many cultures were traditionally nomadic, but the development of modern, industrialization, and national borders has changed their lifestyle. Unfortunately, today, nomads of all kinds are facing problems in preserving their cultural heritage. Yet, those who continue to live this way often have knowledge and traditions that are of value to humankind as a whole. Mongolian Nomad people often move to different locations in order to find fresh pastures. Their life is based on cattle, sheep, goats, horse and camels. They live in the vast grassland with no fences and live in the traditional felt covered ger. If this way of life intrigues you, UB guesthouse would like to help you expand your knowledge about Mongolian nomads.