The Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area is a 12,270 km2 (4,740 sq mi) government-administered Strictly Protected Area in the Khentii aimag (province) in Eastern Mongolia. Strictly Protected Areas are regions of land designated by the Mongolian government as wildlife preservation areas. Herding and tourism are tightly controlled, and hunting and mining are prohibited. However, the budget for maintaining and protecting these areas is quite small.

The Khan Khentii Strictly Protected Area is located in the Khentii Mountains and includes the sacred Burkhan Khaldun mountain. This is considered to be the birthplace of Genghis Khan, as well as one of the rumored locations of his tomb. This is at the end of the Siberian taiga forest to grass steppe. Khan Khentii Mountain National Park is one of the Mongolian natural and historical treasures, declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

On this trip, you will have so many highlights and you will see some wild animals. Most of the travelers have seen a Siberian brown bear, moose, elk, deer and some big birds, vulture, eagle, and falcon, etc,…

The first highlight will be when you leave a big city and you will visit the Mongolian nomad family who herds animals. You will explore their real lifestyle and be like a nomad. The next highlight will start your riding on the steppe along the river, you will have a great time with your horse. Every day you will be surprised on this trip about your riding into the mountain and steppe. The next highlight will be visiting the lake of a black pearl of the taiga. /lake Hagiin har/here is you will have a great time to take a photo and swim to the lake, etc... The next highlight will be cross the big mountain by horse and from the top of the mountain, your view will be great. Riding back to the steppe will be a nice cantering and galloping again will be one of the highlights