Still young, Uzbekistan has attracted tourists from all over the world soon enough for her non-identical and beautiful culture and places. The central Asian country holds a very strong root to the ancient Mongol culture with Soviet influences, alongside her Muslim majority population gives her traditional Islamic influences. And to be mentioned too, Uzbekistan is well known for its friendly and plain speaking people and their traditional food habit, musical influences and different types of clothing.
Uzbekistan is considered as the safest place for the tourists, where she holds some places worthy of travelling. The country is well known for her mountains and lakes and her amazing landscapes!
Let’s take a look at the places where travellers can visit and experience a different culture!
Located in the Ugam Chatkal National Park, Greater Chamgan is a famous Mountain range for rock climbing, hiking and mountaineering. The adventurous tourists from all over the world visit the Greater Chimgan every year to experience rock climbing. The place itself offers a lot more – hang gliding, snowboarding, horse riding and skiing. The snow-covered mountain range is of the Chatkal at an altitude of 1620 meters high. The Greater Chimgan stands as a challenge for the beginner mountaineers for ages!
The famous Bel’dersay stands as the highest priority to the tourists for Alpine Skiing, mountaineering and many more. The snow-covered Bel’dersay is a beautiful landscape worth travelling for those who seek the beauty of nature in sky-touching mountains.
Tashkent Botanical Garden
The famous botanical garden has over 4500 sorts of samples, with all sorts of flowers and trees. The heavenly felt place is full of nature, with butterflies and a calm walking path will lead you an eternal journey to peace.
An awesome, breathtaking illustrative of the beautiful nature is a synonym of Lake Charvak. With mountains on the background staying high in the clouds in the blue framework, the calm blue water will surely give you inner peace and a memory to share with grandchildren after ages! Lake Charvak holds the title of the water reservoir in the Bostanlig region.
Zaamin National Park
The oldest national park of Uzbekistan is the Zaamin National park. In the valleys of the river Kulsoy, Guralash, Baikungur, and Aldashmansoy, The National Park is a good option for the animal and nature lovers.
The lake reflection of the blue sky and white clouds is a picture that you may see in the portraits and calendar pages. Urungach lake is a beautiful combination of crystal water and greeny woods on the bank, with small mountains surrounding the calm water, is a worthy place to be added in your visiting schedule.
The rocky mountain is a very good choice for the mountaineers who seek the adventure of rock climbing and hiking. The mountain is situated in the Kyzylkum Desert and an archaeological site in Northern Uzbekistan. Very hard to forget the ancient Khorezm fortress too, Ayaz Kala is there to promise you a very memorable experience!
Hazratio Dawood Cave
The ancient and middle-aged Islamic cultural kissed country has one of the best attractions for the pilgrims of the Abrahamic religious people, the Hazratio Dawood cave where it is said that Prophet David (Dawood) prayed and knelt while escaping from the non-believers. The wall prints of huge fingers in the cave are still visible!
There are many other tourist attractions in Uzbekistan, which will take time to describe the whole country in one place. Still, the places those should be mentioned as well are Köýtendag Range, Gafur Gulyam Recreation Park, Salor canal and river, Khazret Sultan mountain, Locomotive Garden, Kitab State Geological Reserve, Pskem Mountains, Yallama lake, Plato Pulatkhan, Aidar Yurt Camp, Tuyabuguz Reservoir, Shabyrkul’ lake, Ikhnachkul Lake and many more!