Buy Mongolian Ger & Yurt
Traditional Mongolian Yurt
A simple and traditional Mongolian design. Traditional yurts are cheaper and portable.
Eco Design Mongolian Yurt
Not as portable as a traditional ger, but it has a better foundation and is suited for modern design.
Hand Carved Yurt
Carved yurts are similar to traditional yurts, but there are carvings on the door and inside the yurt.
Why a Yurt?
Portable & Mobile
Not only is the Mongolian yurt stable and durable in harsh weather conditions, but it’s very portable.
Eco Friendly & Zero Footprint
Unlike houses made out of concrete with heavy machinery, a ger uses natural materials.
Spacious & Comfortable
When you step inside, a yurt feels a lot bigger than it actually looks from the outside.
Use as Glamping Camp
Want to build your own unique-looking glamping camp? Then a ger is perfect!
Perfect For Festivals
The portability and reusable nature of the ger is suited specifically suited for festivals.
Recreational Space & Room
If you simply want an inexpensive recreational house for the backyard, buy a ger.
About Mongolian Yurts
Mongolian yurts have been around for centuries, and there is a reason why it still is popular even to this day. Here are 5 reasons why you should buy a Mongolian ger. Budget Friendly Compared with traditional houses, a mongolian ger for sale can cost only $2000. Only $2000! Compare that with an RV, and …
A Mongolian yurt is a type of dwelling that has existed for hundreds of years. In the harsh unforgiving climate of Central Asian steppes where the temperatures can drop to -40 Celcuis with blizzards, the secret to how Mongolian nomads stay warm lies in the structure of the yurt. Sheep Felt Is The Secret To …
The common Mongolian household with a family of 4-5 usually live in 16′ – 20′ feet diameter (5-6 meters in diameter) ger. The square feet / meters square are 201 square feet (19.6 meters square) – 314 square feet (28.2 meters square) Mongolian gers are a traditional form of dwelling that has existed for hundreds …
Just like Mongolian Gers / Yurts represent Mongolian culture, heritage, and tradition, Kazakh and Kyrgyz Yurts also represent their own. Due to those differences in culture, location, and tradition, the three yurts have unique distinctions. Nevertheless, in terms of overall functionalities, they are quite similar. For example, all yurts are built to accommodate nomadic lifestyles. …
For any tourists who are visiting Mongolia, the experience of staying at a Mongolian Ger / Yurt can not be missed. Mongolian Ger / Yurt and the tradition surrounding it is an integral part of Mongolian heritage and culture. As you may already know, Ger / Yurt is also an essential part of nomadic life. …
The number of people purchasing Mongolian Ger / Yurt has been increasing both domestically and internationally. Ger is admired for its sturdy, unique structure and practical features by many. People have been living in Ger for the last three thousand years, yet still, it is one of the most practical, comfortable, and affordable type of …
A Mongolian Ger / Yurt is a uniquely built traditional dwelling. It has a rich history that goes back thousands of years and still being widely used all around Mongolia. Every structure of Mongolian Ger serves a different purpose to create a comfortable and practical home for people. As there are certain customs when it …
The interior of a Mongolian Ger is as unique and meaningful as the exterior. There are certain rules and customs when it comes to constructing a Ger. Similarly, the overall placement of different pieces of furniture and their meanings also matter greatly. If you have been inside a Ger, you must know that there is …
A Mongolian Ger or Yurt is a circular dwelling consists of a wooden frame and felt cover. It has been a common style of housing in Central Asia for three thousand years, especially in Mongolia. Due to its practicality, reliability, and functional & unique features, Gers are still being used today all around Mongolia. They …
A traditional Mongolian Ger or Yurt (from the Turkish languages) is a portable and round tent covered with felt to be used as a dwelling. It has been popular among nomadic groups in Central Asia and still being widely used as a common style of home in Mongolia and other countries. The Ger is admired …
A Mongolian Ger or Yurt is a portable and circular dwelling made of different materials and covered in felt or other fabric. Ger is suited to the Mongolian harsh climate and lifestyle, and it has been the main style of home for thousands of years. You might know Ger / Yurt in relation to the …