Khustai Nuruu national park tour /5 days/


Hustai National Park, designated a Specially Protected Area in 1993, is situated in the Khentii Mountains, approximately 100 km west of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital. Spanning Altanbulag, Argalant, and Bayankhangai Soums in the Tov province, this park covers 50.6 hectares of land. Home to a diverse ecosystem, it hosts 459 vascular plant species, 85 lichen species, 90 moss species, and 33 mushroom species. Wildlife thrives in the park, with 44 recorded mammal species such as Red deer, Mongolian gazelle, Roe deer, Wild boar, Wild sheep, Ibex, Mongolian marmots, Grey wolves, Lynx, Pallas’ cat, Red fox, Corsac fox, and Eurasian badger. Bird enthusiasts can spot 217 bird species, including the Golden eagle, Lammergeier, Great bustard, Whooper swan, Black stork, Daurian partridge, and Little owl. The aquatic realm is represented by 16 fish species, complemented by 2 amphibian species and an insect population of 385 species. Adding to its significance, UNESCO recognized Hustai National Park in 2002 as a member of the world biosphere network of natural reserves. Notably, a new soil insect species discovered in Hustai has been named Epidamaeus khustaiensis.

  • Category: Short and Day tours
  • Available: Year around
  • Duration: 5 days, 4 nights
  • Destination: Central Mongolia


A Chinese, English, or Russian-speaking Mongolian guide will accompany the group throughout the trip. The guide, a native Mongolian with extensive local knowledge, will cater to any requests, ensuring your holiday becomes an unforgettable experience.
For this trip, you have two options. The first is a high-level, latest model, air-conditioned private 4WD vehicle for maximum comfort during your touring days. The second option is a Russian 4x4 Van, operated by a driver with 20 years of experience.
In Mongolia, dining will take place at fine American, European, and Asian cuisine restaurants. The Mongolian diet primarily consists of mutton, beef, rice, and noodles, forming the basis of your meals. Trail rations may include vegetables, eggs, peanut butter, cheese, and occasionally yak! Some days will feature lunchboxes prepared by our cook.



Group size1 pax2-3 pax4-6 pax7-9 pax10-12 pax13-15 paxMore than 16 pax
Price/Per person2030$1580$1450$1380$1280$1180$1050$
NoInclude serviceExclude serviceInclude service of Meals
1Vehicle with a driver.Items of personal natureBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
2English speaking guideBeverages, alcoholic drinks, bar bills, laundryPer day 3 bottle water for per person /1,5 liter/
3Accommodation/Ger camps and Hotel/Travel and insuranceOne time Mongolian traditional food  /lamb with vegetables/
4Breakfast, Lunch, DinnerInternational transportation 
5All cooking and camping gears.Taxi 
6Airport shuttleOptional activities 
7National park and Other permits Single supplement /For hotel or Ger camp/ 
8 Gratuity for the tour team 



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