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We were on a birding trip and camped outside of the park for a night. Spent most of a day in it. Birding was good and the mammal viewing was excellent especially for the horses and red deer. Roads, as are typical in Mongolia, were...More
We went there in February, a sunny day. It was beautiful with fresh snow from the day before. One of the only place where you can see wild white horses reintroduced in the park 20 years ago. So good to breathe pure fresh air when...More
Located west part of UB, towards the direction of Euroasia continental, compare to Terelj National Park, Hustai is well-known for its nature home to Wild Horses namely "Turk", Julia Roberts was here few years ago to have one documentary about nomad family and Hustai National...More
Khustain (Hustai) Nuruu National Park is an UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It comprises mainly steppe ecosystems but also some taiga forests and alpine vegetation. Khustai Nuruu aims to preserve threatened forest/steppe ecosystem, which, elsewhere, have been destroyed by over-exploitation. The site is further noted for its...More
I would recommend getting to Hustai early in the day in order to have time to see the Preszwalski horses. It was a real thrill to see an animal that I have only seen in a zoo out in the wild running free.
It is reasonably nice as parks go and there is some wildlife to view (particularly the marmots, and black kites around the camp), wildflowers over summer and the views if you walk to the top of any of the hills are nice However, this park...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.