One of the national symbol of Mongolia is the Prjevalsky's horse, "Takh'" in Mongolian, a rare and endangered subspecies of wild horse, native to the steppe of Central Asia. It is considered to be the only remaining truly wild "horse" in the world and may be the closest living wild relative of the domesticated horse. It has been reintroduced in Khustaïn Nuruu National Parc in 1990.
This tour will give you an excellent opportunity to observe the Mongolian Wild Horse which has never been successfully domesticated in its natural environment.
You will discover one of the mysterious "stag stones", monoliths some high as 3 m whose style is similar from Eastern Mongolia to the Altai, from the Gobi to the Transbaikal. Artwork of former nomad empire, nobody knows why those stones were erected. They were certainly sacred and may represent the cosmology of people of the steppe.
During your stay you will be accommodate in a yurt camp, best way to experiment nomad life in european standard.
On your last day, before driving back to Ulan-Bator, you will share a lunch with a family of traditionnal nomad herders.
Once you will be in the capital of Mongolia you will enjoy a traditionnal mongolian show with throat-singing and morin khuur.
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