The Hustai National Park of Mongolia is world famous for its successful reintroduction of the Przewalski’s Horse, Equus przewalskii, the only reamining wild horse, since 1992. In addition to the Takhi, as Mongolians call them, roaming freely in their homeland once again, the park and its surrounding area have much to offer to the lovers of the nature and the culture of our beautiful country. NHP developed a range of ecotourism initiatives to finance its conservation programs within park.
Also known as Takhi, the only living wild horse. This unique horse was extinct in wild around late 1960s.
Within the park there are 55 mammals. Most of these are mentioned in the Red List as endangered species such as the Red Deer, Roe Deer, Siberian Marmot, Argali Sheep etc.
Eighty five species of liche, 90 species of moss, 33 species of mushroom and 500 species of vascular plant have been recorded in HNP and its bufferzone.
Most of the year NHP is an excellent place for observing birds such as Black Vulture, Golden Eagle, Falcons, Demoiselle Crane, and Black Stork.
Cultural and archaelogical sites
Cultural and Archaeological Sites
Historically Hustai National Park has been a well known area and was protected as a holy place for locals.