Nars International Children’s Camp is a place proud for their friendly environment and quality of services. They welcome all campers who enjoy nature.
Nars International Children’s Camp was established in 1972. It is located 20km from Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. About 240 to 300 campers can be hosted in each session during the summer and about 40 staff. Each session can last from 5 to 14 days.
Their facilities include: a formal restaurant, a cultural center, a dance hall, courts for basketball, volleyball, soccer, gym sets, table tennis, spaces for national games including chess and checkers (draughts). In 2014, the new management of Nars International Children’s Camp started operating the camp according to international standards.
Nars camp is a member of the International Camping Fellowship and a member of the National Camping Association of Mongolia. They regularly participate in events, meetings and conferences organized by the International Camping Fellowship and the Asia-Oceania section of the ICF.
Since 2017, they have been organizing yearly camper and staff exchange programs with the International Children’s Center Artek Camp. For 2021, they will welcome three counsellors from the International Children’s Center Artek to work at Nars for six weeks, an agreement made via the National Camping Association of Mongolia. Moreover, they are also included in the campers’ exchange program implemented between the National Camping Association of Mongolia and the Rotary Club of North Balwyn in Melbourne, Australia. Through the exchange programs, they welcome campers from Russia, China and Australia, during their international session.
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