Khustay National Park

Locates about 100km west of Ulaanbaatar, was established in 1993. The Takhi is probably the most recognized and successful symbol of Mongolia’s diverse and unique wildlife. Also known as Przewalski’s horse, the Takhi horses almost became extinct in the 1960s. In the early 1990s, with assistance from international environmental groups, many Takhi were reintroduced into specially protected areas in Khustain Nuruu and in the south Gobi. By 2002, the population of Przewalski’s horses in the park increased from the original 84 to 150. The number is now 380. The main goal of this big Khustay project is to Reintroduce Przewalski’s horses and establish a population that can live in the wild without human intervention, with the help of eco-tourism, which provides financial support for the park.

1 day

10:00 AM from Ulan Bator
5:00 PM from Khustay Park
Price List
1 paxGBP 110/€130
2 paxGBP 90/€110/pax
3 paxGBP 80/€90/pax
4 paxGBP 70/€80/pax
5 paxGBP 60/€70/pax

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