The famous Chimghana mountains and the Beldersai river basin for those who love camping in the mountains and hiking; the mountains of the camp site Yanghiabad will impress you with purest air, smell of pine and virgin nature.
In winter Uzbekistan tourism offers well-equipped bases for alpinism and winter sports, such as skiing.
Local guides offer different tours to the Aral sea and to the unique lake Aidarkul located in the Kyzyl-Kum desert (the lake is surrounded by the desert’s sands). People who visited this place are usually full of delight – they call Aidarkul Lake “a miracle of the nature”, “the most beautiful place of Uzbekistan”, “mysterious and unique”, “quite impressive. Here visitors will see many birds included in the Red Book, among them are pelicans and black herons. Tourists can fish, swim, ride a camel or sleep in the yurts near on the lake shore.
Uzbek cuisine is famous for its diversity and deliciousness: great variety of pilafs, shish kebabs, manty, lagman, shurpa and other delicious dishes won’t leave you indifferent!
Unlike its nomadic neighbors, Uzbek people have always been sedentary and have had highly developed agriculture. They grew vegetables, fruit and cereals. The great richness of receipts in Uzbek cuisine (unlikely to the cuisines of other Central Asian peoples) is based on the fact that not only meat products are used in traditional Uzbek dishes, but juicy vegetables, fruit, herbs, spices, cereals, berries and nuts. These elements are not present in almost exclusively meaty cuisines of other Central Asian cultures. In many countries you can see books with a rich collection of Uzbek cuisine recepies –it won the hearts of gourmets from all over the world.