TIC 3.1 - KHUSTAI NATIONAL PARK, KHARKHORIN

KHUSTAI  NATIONAL PARK: The nature reserve is about 100 km south-west of Ulaanbaatar. Highest point is 1842 m, There are over 10 fresh water rivers, populations of Asian red deer, steppe gazelle, deer, boar, wild cat, wolf and lynx, 126 kinds or birds, 450 floras.


In between 1992-2001 Takhi (wild horse) was adopted from Holland in Khustai National Park. A total of 84 Przewalski horses are brought 4 times. In the beginning of 1900, wealthy zoo director from Humburg in Germany came to Mongolia and bought 51 foal of wild horses and sold to a wealthy  people in Dutch, French, and America.


Thus, in 1903, Mongolian wild horses were in Europen estates. This wild horse exporting business was successful in Europe but Przewalski horses in Mongolia was extincted by 1960, its country of origin.


Now Mongolia have nearly 350 number of wild horses.In order to protect the wild horses, Khustai became Special protected area. Many tourist like to visit to see Przewalski's horse and deer, marmots in this area.

 



3 DAYS TOUR: KHUSTAI NP - KHARKHORIN – UGII LAKE
(
Historical tour & by car 900 km)  

Khustai NP of Mongolia is a world famous place for its successful reintroduction of Takhi horses.


1st Day:     

  • (09:00) Drive to Khustai National park.
  • Visit to Khustai museum.
  • Lunch picnic after driving to the Khugnukhan mountain.
  • Camelback riding to the Elsen tasarkhai sand dunes over 30 min.
  • Overnight in a nomadic family.           

2nd Day: 

  • Drive to Kharkhorin town.
  • Visit to Erdenezuu monastery and Kharkhorin museum.
  • Lunch in the Kharkhorin town.
  • Overnight in a ger guest house.

3rd Day:

  • Drive to the Memorial complex of Turkish period. 
  • Continue driving to Ugii Lake.
  • Lunch on the way.
  • Drive to Ulaanbaatar city. (19:00)


Price:

  • 1 pax: 580 $ per person
  • 2 pax: 320 $ per person
  • 3 pax: 240 $ per person
  • 4 pax: 230 $ per person                   


Including: Mongolian family, guest house, breakfast, lunch, dinner, chauffeured vehicle, gasoline, interpreter guide, visit to nomads, camelback riding, entry fees for monasteries, entry fees for museum, tax for national park, ticket for complex & road taxes.


Excluding: Video & photo taxes, drinks, emergency land rescue if required, personal items of purely nature, tips etc ….

SEND EMAIL:
Your email:
 
Comments:
 
SEND