The complex objects of transport and utilities infrastructure will be created in Chimghan-Chorvoq recreational area. There also will be built tent camps near Burchmulla, Chimen and Khodjikent villages.
It is known that ecotourism is a priority direction for the development of tourist potential of Uzbekistan. So, Ugham-Chatkal National Park may become the jewel of ecotourism. Flora and fauna of the park is rich and diverse. There are about 800 species of plants and 230 species of animals and birds on its territory. Today, there are more than 60 snow leopards, about 200 brown bears, lynx, hundreds of deer and other animals inhabit in the park. All this can attract tourists from around the world.
It remains only to create the necessary infrastructure for this. According to the program of development of Tashkent region, we will have seen the tourist oasis by 2015.