Experience nature in a unique and comfortable way year round.
For the last five years we have been living in Iceland with our two young kids in our Mongolian Yurt that we built ourselves. Living close to nature all year round. We want to give other people the opportunity to also have that experience: Listen to the birds singing, the sound of a raven flying by or enjoy hearing the raindrops falling on the tent while you snuggle up next to the woodstove with a good book.
Stay in your own wool isolated heated Mongolian Yurt in the Icelandic countryside close to Akureyri in summer and winter.
Our yurts (or Ger in Mongolian, which translates as home) are spacious. The big yurt are about 30m2 and 6 meters or 18 feet across. We also have smaller ones (for couples or young families) with a diameter of 5 meters. We have yurts available for 2 to 5 people. All yurts have comfortable beds and are equipped with a woodstove so you can get cozy at the fireplace or make tea/coffee or some Icelandic pancakes.
Our yurts are ideally situated at 2.5 miles or 4 km from road nr.1 or just a 6 minute drive from the town of Akureyri.
The camp is a perfect starting point for hikes or cross country skiing directly from the front door of the yurt. And for exploring the North of Iceland. Which has a lot of natural wonders to offer such as the Goðafoss waterfall, one of the prettiest waterfalls in Iceland, only 30 minutes drive away. And Lake Mývatn, a unique area even for Iceland, because there are many different things together: boiling mudpots, rich birdlife, lava formations and beautiful nature. And Jarðböðin, the North Icelandic version of the Blue Lagoon, all at about 45 minutes drive. The North of Iceland is a lot less visited than the South and especially during the off season September-May, you can still get the place to yourself.
There are many activities you can do around Akureyri: whale watching, horse riding, mountain biking, hiking to name a few. There are three geothermal swimming pools close by.
If you want to know more or want to get some secret tips or ideas for walks, trail runs or excursions just ask Erwin, he has been tourguiding in the area since 2012 and is working in winter as a ski -and snowboard instructor at the local ski resort and likes to go out for a run or bike ride in his spare time. Solla offers workshops, reviving movement, dance and meditation and sound healing treatments in our unique carved Mongolian yurt at a 10 minute walk from the site.