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Spent a night here in July. Loved seeing the Tahki Horses and the Ongot statues - the four stars is for them and the wonderful environment in the Park.
Stayed at the Ger Camp - really only 2 stars - was comfortable but not luxurious....More
Of all the things to do in Mongolia, this should be one of them if you are near Ulaanbaatar.
The wild horses are amazing - really something special to see. If you are at all familiar with the Rolling Stones, you will be singing that...More
Stayed here for one night towards the end of the season.
The Gers had everything we needed and it was quiet at night as it wasn’t too crowded.
The park itself is vast and beautiful. Also the rangers are helpful in your quest to see...More
We watch the documentary movie about wild horses at the information center, very good film but the TV screen is a bit too small. The National Park is huge and has the most beautiful landscape! We are lucky to see the wild horses up on...More
The Hustai National Park has a beautiful setting, and with the particular attraction of its unique wild horses. There are fine ancient monuments nearby, too.
But the main Hustai Camp is crowded, the gers too close together with weeds in between. The Gers themselves are...More
I loved visiting Hustai National Park. It’s a beautiful place and seeing the horses was a wonderful experience.
There’s a great museum that explains all about the horses and preservation of the park.
We had a guide that took us, which I would suggest doing...More
It was great to see these endangered horses running free in the wild again. Spent and afternoon driving around searching for the horses after visiting a small museum which tells of the story of reintroduction.
The horses come quite close to you and you can...More
I was there to see the wild horses. during the late afternoon, three mares, two foals and a stallion, all from the same family came down to drink. These were led by the dominant female. Pretty magical getting close, but not too close to wild...More
We were fortunate to have a fantastic tour guide who went by Kevin for our benefit. He was able to point out lots of different wildlife as we talked about in the mountains for about 3 to 3.5 hours. We saw marmuts, several different hawk...More
Nice experience in a National Park seeing maybe the only real Wild Horses in the world !
Just one hour from capital city, better with a guide, the NP has some guides with good speaking english.
Have to drive, walk and try to be as...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.