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The welcome video was very informative but overall one can't see much of flora and fauna. Main attraction was the wild takhi horses which were reintroduced into the wild not long ago but they were too far away and too few in numbers to see...More
The Hustai National Park is one the successful protected areas in Mongolia and the park is beautiful and it was great to be able to see truly wild horses in their natural habitat. It’s good to see that for once humans set animals free from...More
The Park was beautiful and it was great to be able to see truly wild horses free in their natural habitat. It’s good to see that for once humans set animals feee from captivity and saved them from extinction.
Saw the native Mongolian horses through a magnifying binoculars. They became extinct in 1967 in Mongolia but the ones that were taken away to the zoos in Holland America China etc have been retuned with 100% Mongolian horse DNA
The scenery is phenomenal and we...More
meal is good. accommodations are traditional. if you are looking for a place stay quiet. this is a right place for you, if you are looking for adventures it is not that place.
you can go hiking and see the wild horses, deers, fox, and...More
This is where you go to see the Przewalski wild horses. They are the only truly wild horses in the world and cannot be tamed. There are several informational gers showing the evolution of the horses and how the park has increased the herd which...More
I booked a day tour with Mongolia Short Tour Agency. We actually arrived in the park at lunch time. Upon arrival, we were shown a video of how the takhi horses were successfully re-introduced to the wild, after having gone technically "extinct". After the video,...More
A beautiful national park , specially when the flowers are in bloom
With a guide of the park it is easier to spot. The Przewalsy horses .
There is a get camp next to the interpretation center with a good restaurant .
Beautiful to see...More
Loved visiting this park, my 18yo daughter and I had tons of wonderful experiences. We hiked and did a two trips into the park with park guides. They got us close enough to hear the horses snort and whinny while still not threatening them. We...More
The whole story of Hustai NP is a great one. From the fact it's self funding to the inspiring story of how the wild horses were reintroduced.
One tip, and it's an important one, if you are not staying in the Ger camp nearby, be...More
Agree with other answers, you can see the park in one day and clearly, it is hit or miss with horses and wildlife. I would worry about getting a late start back to UB. I don't consider the roads safe during the day and at... More
Agree with other answers, you can see the park in one day and clearly, it is hit or miss with horses and wildlife. I would worry about getting a late start back to UB. I don't consider the roads safe during the day and at night, impossible. Have a nice meal and stay in a Ger and travel back early the next morning after breakfast. I would check and see what is open if out of season but local guides and tour companies could help.