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Hustai National park
Hustai National park

Day trip Hustai national park.

Head west of Ulaanbaatar city, 115 km away to Hustai National park.

Arrive at Hustai National Park, visit to local museum and see the video about national park.

Lunch

Drive deep inside park to explore Mongolian wild horses known as Mongolian takhi or Przewalski horse.

Enjoy the beauty and chance to see marmot, deer, wolves etc.

Horse riding and visit to local nomadic family.

Arrival back to the city.

Attend Mongolian traditional cultural concert

Tour length 1 day

Tour included:  gas, vehicle, driver, entrance fee to museum, national park and road, all riding fees, lunch.

Tour does not include: souvenir and any alcohol beverage.

Tour highlights: Hustai National Park, Pzewalski horses or takhi, see flora and fauna of Hustai, visit to local museum, visit to nomadic family, horse riding, and traditional Mongolian cultural concert.

Tour destination Ulaanbaatar, Hustai national park, nomadic family and prewalzki horses.

Tour price. Solo traveller 180#

two people per person 150$

Three people per person 120$

Four people per person 100$

Note: tour length and destination can be changed to suit to your time and preferences.

Hustai National Park situated on the hill of the southern Khan Khentii mountain range, about 95kms south west of Ulaanbaatar, which is surrounded by Forest Mountains.

Hustai has a unique landscape that features mountain steppe and steppe, also there are sand dunes representing Gobi of Mongolia and River wetlands. The Mongolian Government declared Hustai National Park as a Specially Protected Area in 1993, and then the initiation of the reintroduction project of the Takhi to the Hustai Range in 1994.The Przewalski horse (or takhi in Mongolian) is the only naturally surviving wild horse.

The Takhi is the last surviving ancestor of the domestic horse. Takhi has been successfully reintroduced into the wild and has a light yellow coat and a short, stiff black mane. Each horse is approximately 250cm long, 146cm tall and weighs on average 300kg.

The national park covers 90.000 hectare area which has more than 450 species of vascular plants, which are most for the traditional medicine and more than 80 species of lichens, 90 species of moss and 34 species of mushrooms. 

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