National Park

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English       9 hours

Let us guide you through the wilderness

Khustai National lets you explore the nature, wild animals, and nomadic culture of Mongolia within a close distance from the capital city, UB. The park’s proximity to Ulaanbaatar makes it a popular day trip and overnight destination for visitors to see wildlife and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Hustai National Park (Khustain National Park), a UNESCO-recognized biosphere reserve, is home to the takhi (Przewalski wild horse), the only truly wild horse population left on the planet. This makes a great tour for people with an interest in photography as you can take pictures of the wild horses, birds, and deer. While out there, go for a hike up the hills at dusk, it makes for a great experience that lets you see the wild horses living free of captivity, wandering on their own. Feed yourself with the simple, yet charming view. All our trips are customizable, after enjoying your time at the park you can choose to have a meal/settle in a herder family, and taste the Mongolian delicacies, hot milk tea, cheese curd snacks, milk skim, and more! You can extend your stay at Khustai National Park, and have different arrangements made to the itinerary.

Please email us for the price of a custom Khustai Trip!


Zaisan is a memorial in the southern area of the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that honors allied Mongolian and Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. Located on a hill in the southern part of the city, the memorial features a circular memorial painting that depicts scenes of friendship between the people of the USSR and Mongolia. After driving to the uppermost parking lot on the hill, visitors must make a climb of three hundred steps before reaching the monument and mural. (612 steps, if they start at the base of the hill.) Those who make the climb are rewarded with a panoramic view of the entire city of Ulaanbaatar in the valley below, as well as the Tuul River flowing past the city.

Get to know Mongolian dwellings “yurt”, taste Mongolian dairy products, and have an authentic Mongolian dish.

Vehicle & driver

Lunch & Water

English speaking tour guide

Entrance fee to the Park & Monastery


1 participant     – $200
2 participants   – $126 each
3 participants   – $100 each
4 participants   – $85 each
5 participants   – $75 each
6+ participants – $75 each
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    • Horse riding (30 mins – 1 hour)
    • Night in a Ger
    • Other tourist activities


    This Mongolian experience made our trip, despite the weather not being on our side! From start to finish the team we’re amazing, accommodating is an understatement. We had some of the worst weather but Oyunaa did not let this damper our experience. Everything you get to do is just incredible, from visiting nomadic family, horse and camel riding along the beautiful open green fields. You’ll meet great people and have the time of your life.
    Simon Koh
    This was a first-class trip all the way! Highly recommend for anyone traveling to Mongolia. From the time my husband and I had the idea to visit Mongolia, to the end of our journey, we were exceptionally cared for and our trip surpassed all expectations. Zaya’s worked with us to plan the trip, we gave them ideas of what we wanted to do, and the made it possible within our budget and timeline.
    We did the 4 days tour with Zaya Hostel around central parts of Mongolia. My favorite spot during this 4 days was Orkhon Valley. This was a standout sight, we had traveled overland to meet with our Horse wrangler, and it was late afternoon on a nice August day as we approached. After parking up my guide went off to check that the horses were ready for our travels down the valley in the morning whilst I was taken in hand by the wrangler’s children who led me by secret paths to the base of the waterfall, where wonder of wonders the sun produced a magical rainbow. It really is a lovely site Cheers from Troy and the whole Zaya Hostel family.
    Ryane Paschke