Morning pick up and 2 hour transfer to Khustai NP. It is here that in 1993 a small number of last remaining wild horses known as “Przewalski horses" was brought from several European zoos and re-introduced to their historic homeland after they had been extinct for 5 decades. Today is the most successful wild life preservation project ever seen in Mongolia with over 300 wild horses living in wilderness withstanding predators and harsh climate. Impressively, the park is also home to 220 species of birds, 1200 Red deer and 20,000 marmots. On arrival we get a short introduction to the park’s activities before setting out on a wild life watching hike through lush grassy valleys alternated by rocky ridges that shelter patches of birch forests. Wildlife species you can expect to see includeee Przewalski’s horse, Red deer, marmot and birds such as Golden Eagle, Steppe Eagle, Cinereous Vulture, Upland Buzzard, Saker Falcon and various smaller falcons. A delicious lunch will be served in the park’s restaurant. We return to Ulaanbaatar in late afternoon.
|All year around
|Available||8 spaces||USD 76 - USD 196|
- English speaking guide
- Visit's fees
- Drinks & Alcohol
Definitely give this a go if you have the time and money. If the amazing sites weren't enough, the guide, Bat, was a lovely, cheery local that spoke superb English and had a massively extensive knowledge of Mongolian history, so it's worth probing him for stories while you're seeing the sites.
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