Karakalpakstan - Ancient History and Eco Catastrophe
Tour to Aral Sea region

Karakalpakstan - Ancient History and Eco Catastrophe
This tour is developed on a case-by-case basis, 5 days (max.)
Duration: 3 days, 2 nights
Kind of route: air and motor coach tour
Season: March-November
Accommodation: Single/Double in hotel
Tour itinerary: Tashkent - Nukus - Muynak - Nukus - Tashkent

Karakalpakistan region and Aral Sea tour. Tour package consists of a combination of historical, cultural and natural components.

Throughout this tour, you will have the unique possibility to discover ancient Karakalpakistan and the Aral Sea region, to visit such famous cities as Nukus and Muynak; to view monuments whose foundation goes back to the beginning of our era, the world famous Museum of Art named after Savitskiy; and to be introduced to the traditions and culture of the people who live in this region. This region of Uzbekistan is one of the most ancient centers of civilization.

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