Who was Baigalma Baikal?
She was a well-known cameleer from Mongolia, nature & life-loving person with a kind soul. She was a camel queen and star on Facebook and Instagram. The people loved her lifestyle, exploring the camels’ world and walking with her camels. She started her journey from Mongolia to the UK with a title on BBC “One woman defies all odds by leading a herd of camels over an incredible 12,000km journey from Mongolia to London, UK.” https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p077ytl2/from-mongolia-to-the-uk-by-camel?fbclid=IwAR1my7E2DsxTw4WRXzKCEwRXZ_kf_ZOWeZ95HUeVMLBJhcbIRty5F-L5REk
She Lost Her Life in a Fire Incident in Mongolia
She was a well-known cameleer, camel queen, explorer, mountaineer, and adventurer, Mongolian dress designer, nature lover, and soulful camel friend. Baigalmaa Baikal Norjmaa, better known for her project Steppes To The West, traversing from Mongolia to the United Kingdom died in a tragic fire accident yesterday (15 May
Due to corona lockdowns, she wrote that she is feeling suffocated in the lockdown situation. She arranged a traditional Mongolian tent GER and shifted there to walk with the camels, feel free in the fresh air and explore the beauty of nature. She shifted there and the very first night the GER caught fire due to unknown reasons and got serious burn injuries and couldn’t survive.
She was a loving daughter, a wife, and mother of two young beautiful daughters. She was an active member of Camel4Life International. https://www.thenationalnews.com/uae/health/al-ain-doctor-sees-potential-in-camels-beyond-their-milk-1.51957
Our thoughts and prayers are with her mother, husband, daughters, extended family, and friends. We had chatted online on numerous occasions and materialized zoom conferences regarding the camels as a lifeline for nomads.
I was just scrolling through her messages on WhatsApp and thinking of her aims, visions, motives, and kindness. We don’t know when