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Central Mongolia

Central Mongolia is a region in Mongolia that contains the capital of modern Mongolia and the ruins of capital of the Mongol Empire. Central mongolia’s provinces, Bayanhongor, Uburhangai, Arhangai, Tuv are the most visited areas in countryside. Landscapes are broken by the forested hillsides of the Khankhentii range, meandering rivers such as the Tuul. The people, mostly comprising the khalkh majority. In this region some protected areas such as Graet gobi strictly protected area, Khangai mountain range, Khorgo-White Lake of Terkh, Gobi gurvan saikhan national conservation park, Noyonkhangai mountain natural reserve, Batkhaan mountain natural reserve

Khustai National Park

Khustai was established in 2003. Unique wild horse – Takhi reintroduction project at Khustai National Park started in 1992.The population of Przewalskii horse increased and now number of wild horses are 380. Geomorphologically, Hustai National Park is covering over 50.000 hectares area, part of the Tuul Basin, and the zone of the Orkhon and the Selenge Rivers Basin, in Central Asia.  Flora and fauna, it is not only the wild horse’s habit where is home of wild and endangered animals and plants. The area is home of 459 species of vascular plants, 85 species of lichens, 90 species of moss, 33 species of mushrooms, 44 species of mammals, 217 species of birds, 16 species of fish, 2 species of amphibians and 385 species of insects.


The waterfall was formed by a unique combination of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes about 20,000 years ago. This 10m-wide waterfall cascading from height of 20m is situated 132km from Karakorum, Uvurkhangai province. There is also a small waterfall, called Baga Khurkhree /Small Waterfall/ northwest from Orkhon waterfall


The lake is 1337 meters above sea level and surface area is 25 square kilometers. Average depth is 6.64 meters in some section is 15.3 meter It is known as the one of the best lakes for fishing which is very rich of pike and catfish. Also it is enthusiastic for swimming, sunbathing, and horse riding around the lake. The fish population is represented by pike, catfish, barscharten, which are the most common types providing enough fish for industrial fishing. Fifty to eighty tons are caught annually. Among the birds, it is not rare to spot at Swan Goose, White Spoonbill and Dalmatian Pelican. Women are not allowed to enter and swim in the lake, since it is a sacred lake.


Khugnu Khaan Natural Reserve is mountains, forests, steppes, Gobi desert and mineral water sources all in one location represents three different natural zones. Around area is nice place to hiking, climbing. This 80-km sand dune is situated in a terrain of three provinces, Tuv, Uvurkhangai, and Bulgan provinces, starting from west of Mount Batkhaan and stretches along west of Mount Khugnu Khan . The main road separates this sand dune into two parts, Mongol Els on the south and Khugnu Tarnyn Els on the north


Extinct volcanic craters, pine-clad lava fields and the occasional herd of grazing yaks, the Great White Lake, as it’s known in English, is the natural highlight of Arkhangai province. This extinct volcano erupted about 8000 years ago is situated on a Terkh lakeshore in Arkhangai province. The volcano is 2210 m above sea level. Rocks and canyons around the mountain are odd in shape and caves in it provide many shelters. The volcano crater with a width of 200 m, depth of 70-80 m and a slope of 30-36 degree is on extreme north.