Khuisiin Naiman Nuur( Khuis’s Eight Lake) is located in the central part of Mongolia and within the Khangai Mountains, at 2400 metres above the sea level. Most of the land is located in Uyanga sum of Uvurkhangai province and borders west with Bat-Ulzii sum. It also forms part of the Orkhon Valley National park. From the north side, it is a sparsely populated area surrounded by plains of volcanic rocks.
There are eight lakes named Shireet, Khaliut, Bugat, Khaya, Khuis, Mukhar, Duruu, Bayan-Uul. They are connected through underground water. Lakes are located in 500m to 3km distance from each other.
It is a home of animals such as wolves, red deer, boar, marmots, squirrels, mice, rabbit, around 50 species of birds and more. 491.3 thousand hectares of land is covered by beautiful cedar and larch forests.