We welcome woofers and volunteers who want to come and work, have a rest or tour on their own or with their family and friends. Wwoofers can stay in a Mongolian ger, have national delicious meals and travel in the country.
Accomodation and meals are free of charge.
Woofers and volunteers will assist in several activities: growing and harvesting various kinds of vegetables in the green houses and open fields, milking cows, processing milk and dairy products by Mongolian traditional methods, feeding our rabbits and teaching English to our children. In this way you will familiarize yourself with the life style of Mongolians at their native environment.
You do not need work so hard because your job is very easy. You’ll work 6 hours per day (3 hours in the morning and 3 hours in the evening), 5 days per week. You can spend your free time walking along the river bank, playing with children, playing chess, tennis, football, basket, enjoying natural beauties and having a rest in quiet surroundings. Moreover you can engage in a city tour of Ulaanbaatar, visiting the historical places and museums and going shopping with our own transport and English speaking guide.


4 Responses to Wwoofer

  1. Darren says:

    I will be traveling to Mongolia and Ulaanbaatar in the month f August, 2011. I am very interested in volunteering at your farm and was wondering if you could shed some light on what the process is for volunteering, etc. Should I just show up or make plans with you ahead of time. I will be in Mongolia for three weeks. Although I plan on visiting other areas I would like to be in Ulaanbaatar for five to seven days.

    I look forward to hearing from you


  2. anna bichler says:

    how to become a volunteer?
    i’d really love to come to you in august!

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