Asraf is one of the small villages located at the foot of the Nurata Mountains.Local residents have organized small guest houses at home, and thanks to this, we have a chance to see all the charm of the daily life of local residents.
Yurt Camp - As the name suggests, this is a small camp with a few real nomad yurts.In the evening, camel rides and a campfire concert performed by local akyns are organized in the camp.
- Sarmysh gorge or Sarmyshsay is a unique place famous for Uzbekistan's largest collection of ancient stone inscriptions – petroglyphs, some of the earliest ones are dated 9000 BC, while the latest inscriptions of the 15 Century were made by Sufi dervishes in Arab. Nowadays, the stone gallery of petroglyphs is included in the National Park–Reserve. Sarmyshsay gorge attracts naturalists and adventure lovers.
Photo time and easy hiking to Sarmyshsay gorge to feel past centuries rooted in ancient art, legends, and beliefs.
Lunch at Nurata town.
Transfer to the yurt camp near Aydarkul lake.
- Aydarkulis a unique place called “The blue pearl”, a beautiful lake in the Kizil Kum desert which is famous for its breathtaking landscapes, an abundance of fish, and the soul healing atmosphere.
Leisure time to explore the camp surroundings.
Dinner near the campfire with the accompaniment of akyn’s songs, time to take ethnographic pictures, spend leisure watching the beautiful sunset and bright stars at night.
Easy hiking in the picturesque surroundings along the mountain paths. Spending a day in the countryside is a great chance to relax and escape from the intensive urban lifestyle.
Beautiful nature and hospitable local people make the tour enjoyable and memorable.
Culinary master class of cooking traditional Uzbek meals, the visitors are welcome to observe the process of cooking or take part in preparing the meals to get acquainted with the traditions and customs of locals.
Enjoy a home-made delicious dinner with the local family.
Resting time in the evening.Overnight in guesthouse.