Discover the wild nature and nomadic tradition in 2 days. Climb sand dunes, ride a camel in the steppe. Visit nomadic family live in the wild, isolated nature with free-grazing animals. Stay in an empty, silent valley in Teepee camp and visit Hustai national park to see a wild horse – Talki.
Day 1: Elsen tasarhai and camel ride
Early in the morning, driver and guide will pick you up from your accommodation. We will drive to Elsen tasarhai mini sand dunes for 280 km. On the way, we will have lunch in a local canteen. After lunch, we will drive further to sand dunes. When we reach the dune, we will hike through. It is a good place to take a photo. The granite rock mountain appears just north side of the dunes. Beside the dune, there is a small lake which enables to live nomadic families around. The free-grazing animals and the beautiful combination of the green part, sand dunes, lake and mountains make this place attractive. After a hike, we will ride a camel an hour. And drive to our staying place the teepee shaped camp in the rocky mountain valley.
Day 2: Hustai National Park and Ulaanbaatar
After breakfast, we will drive back to Ulaanbaatar. On the way, we will visit Hustai National Park. The park is 890 km2 area, includes Khentii Mountain range, steppe, Tuul river and small sand dunes. It is rich with wild fauna and flora. The most significant is takhi – the last wild horse in the world. It was extinct due to illegal hunting and transport to European zoos from Mongolia. After introducing it back to Khustai National park and western part of Mongolia from Europe their number increased. Apart from the wild horse, we will see marmot and deer. We will walk through bold hill, wildflowers, and birch forest in the park. After visiting the park, we will drive to Ulaanbaatar. We will arrive in the city evening. And the driver will transfer you to your accommodation.
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