Mongolian Tents

Mongolian tents are a kind of house of Mongolian herdsmen. Easy to construct and relocate, it is suitable for livestock production and nomadic life. In ancient times, Mongolian tents are called yurt. According to the records of Sketch of Mongols: "Yurts have two types: Made in Yanjing, with willow as the skeleton, just like the Fusi (a network architecture) in Southern China, it can be rolled, with a door opening in the front, an umbrella frame on the top, and a window on it called skylight, and dressed in felt. It can be carried on a horse. Made in meadow, with a hard ring made of willow, and diameter fixed with felt, it cannot be rolled and should be carried on the cart. With the development of animal husbandry economy and the improvement of herdsmen's life, yurts are steadily replaced by Mongolian tents.

Product specification

What is a yurt tent?

Many campers don't really know what a yurt tent is, even though yurts have been around since 600 BC. They are usually a large round tent that looks like a hut. They were originally used as dwellings, but the Western version differs from the original Central Asian design.

A yurt is a round tent-like structure that merges the worlds of tents, huts and houses. Traditionally used as portable dwellings by nomadic cultures in Central Asia, yurts have become a growing lodging trend around the world and in the luxury tent industry.

Best Yurt Camping Tent for Long-Term Camping

The great thing about yurt tents is that they are designed for long camping trips. They offer certain features to make long journeys more comfortable. Like luxury tents, yurts have long been one of the most popular luxury tent experiences around the world. First used by nomads in Central Asia in centuries, yurts have been revived by many hotels looking to offer unique accommodations without leaving a large carbon footprint.

With a circular spire, Mongolian tents are covered by one or two layers of thick felt on the top and all around. Ordinary Mongolian tents are characterized by top height of 10-15 feet and enclosing wall of around 50 feet, and the door facing south or southeast. Inside there are four structures: Hana (namely the enclosing wall support of Mongolian tents), skylight ("Taonao" in Mongolian), rafters and doors.

Although it looks small outside, there is a big use area inside. Besides, it boasts good indoor ventilation, good lighting conditions, warm in winter and cool in summer, and rain and wind proof. It is suitable for nomadic tribes to live and use.

Product size

The size of Mongolian tents can be differentiated by the number of Hana, and usually there are 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12.