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Updated: Nov 15, 2023

Our 1 day Mongolian tour - Khustai National Park

Khustai national park - Mongolian wild horses

Our tour will start from Gandan Monastery which is the largest and most famous Buddhist temple in Mongolia. After that, we will drive to Khustai national park, which is a place for wild animals. The most exciting thing is to watch wild horse “Takhi”, which discovered by the Doctor Prezwalski in 1933. Takhi was almost extinct, but people rehabilitated this creature in the wildlife. We will find this area’s animal as well as wolf, marmot, wild sheep and deer. Our aim is to the family of the wild horse including babies. After that, we will do some hiking through the untouched nature, sort of flora and we offer you bring your camera to have beautiful selfies and group photos. End of this tour we will visit a real nomadic family. In the end, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar city. In the city, you can go out with your guide to see around the town and to have Mongolian dinner together.


· Duration: 1 day

· Group Size: 1-24

· Tour starting time: 08:30-09:00

· Breakfast: 08:30, Lunch: 12:00-13:00, Dinner: 17:30-18:00

· Tour ending time: 17:00-17:30

· Overall Tour: Distance 280 km

· Tour Operator: Enza Tours LLC

· Activities: Horse riding, hiking and Khustai National Park to see wild animals.

Exploring the Wild Beauty of Khustai National Park: A Journey into Mongolia's Pristine Wilderness

Nestled in the heart of Mongolia, Khustai National Park stands as a testament to the country's commitment to conservation and natural beauty. This park, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and unique wildlife, offers a rare glimpse into an untouched world. In this blog, we'll take you on a journey through Khustai National Park, exploring its history, wildlife, and the unforgettable experiences it offers to visitors.

The History of Khustai National Park

Khustai National Park, established in 1993, is not just a natural reserve but a historical landmark. The park was created primarily to reintroduce the Takhi, also known as Przewalski's horse, which had become extinct in the wild. Thanks to extensive conservation efforts, these majestic creatures now roam freely in their natural habitat, symbolizing a successful story of wildlife rehabilitation.

The Wildlife of