Let us take you to the world’s only species of Wild Horse,Takhi (or Przewalski horse) in Hustai National Park, Mongolia. This is a true ecotourism site- a heaven for wild life lovers. Hustai National Park has an area of 50,620 hectares, lies in the foothills of the southern Hentii Mountain Range and situated about 110 km south west of Ulaanbaatar.
This National Park is an example of preservation of one of the world’s most threatened ecosystems: steppe. The beautiful mountainous terrain is home for wild creatures such as wolves, white tailed deer, Mongolian Gazelle, big horned sheep and of course the Takhi, which was reintroduced in 1990 with a co-operation of the Foundation Reserves for the Przewalski Horse and the support of Dutch Government. As a national park, regulations on land use were tightened and all domesticated animal grazing and wild creatures hunting was forbidden.
The area also offers you to explore historic monuments of Ungut and deer stone that persisted from Bronze age (3,000-7,000 BC).