Start from Samarkand or Bukhara – transfer by car to Nurata city. On the way stop to see ancient petroglyphs. Arrival in t Nurata. Sightseeing.
There are many sacred springs with crystal clear water around the town. The fish that lives in them is also considered sacred, it cannot be eaten. Visit other popular places: a cloister for dervishes, consisting of several rooms for privacy, an old mosque of the 16th century and the ruins of an ancient fortress which is considered a place where a garrison of Alexander the Great used to stay.
Lunch in a café which boasts the most delicious Tandir Kabob dish in Uzbekistan. Transfer by car or bus to a yurt camp 10 kilometers away from Aydarkul Lake. The camp in traditional style consists of 15 comfortable yurts. There are all amenities including hot showers and electricity. Yurts are richly decorated with handmade textiles. Multicolored patterns of carpets and woolen bands create a special festive atmosphere in the camp.
For dinner you will be offered national dishes, four types of salads, fruits and oriental sweets. Alcoholic drinks are available upon request. Dinner at the bonfire and romantic singing of the local singer Akin, cozy overnight stay under millions of stars – what could be more beautiful!?
Night in the yurt.