Stay in the Ger Camp and take advantage of the remote Steppe as you see wild life like no where else in the world. Start with the wild horses (the Takhi), our tour guide arranged for us to have a session with the Manager of Training and Research for the Park, Usukhuu Dorj. He explained the behavioral patterns of the the 400 wild horses (the largest population in the world). You can't get within 300 meters of them, but you can certainly get close enough to get a good sense of these unique animals. As there are not too many water sources for them, it is easy to track them down by time of day - they drink in the morning and night.
In addition to the horses, you see countless Marmots, Red Deer, White Tail Gazelles, Upland Buzzards, Saker Falcons, and Golden Eagles. All were easy to spot and photograph.
At night, walk up behind the Ger camp to see countless stars and truly feel infinitesimal on a cosmic level.