Hustai National Park, Mongolia
Hustai Ger Camp, located at the entrance to Hustai National Park, is ideally situated for exploring the reserve that is home to the wild Mongolian Takhi, or Przewalski's, horse, a native species successfully reintroduced into the country in the early 1990s . The camp has 14 fully furnished gers with two to four single beds in each. Furnishings are traditional and colorful, featuring bright weavings and carved and painted wooden beds. A separate shared bathhouse (separated by sex) provides showers, wash basins and toilets. The on-site restaurant serves a wide variety of Mongolian and western dishes. A small museum and souvenir shop on the premises offer interpretive displays on the park ecosystem and its Takhi horses, as well as gifts for purchase.