|Trip Length||1 day|
|Trip Style||Helicopter Tour|
|The offer will expire on||14-07-2019|
|Best Time to Travel||Spring - Autumn|
|Maximum Number of Passengers||18|
There are two Urungach lakes, located 160 km from Tashkent in the Ugam-Chatkal national park. These lakes are also called Jade Lakes due to the beautiful green color of the water. The lower lake is small and its water level fluctuates greatly throughout the year. The upper lake is larger and deeper; its water level is always stable. Water temperature ranges from +3 to +8 ° C.
Taking off into the clear sky from the local airport "Tashkent 3", you will immediately go to the world of untouched nature. The jade lakes, hidden among the green mountains in the Ugam-Chatkal National Park, instantly attract all attention with their crystal clear water.
After landing, you will have free time for easy hiking around the green mountains and a delicious beach picnic organized by ULYSSE TOUR. Moreover, you will be accompanied by a guide who will tell you about how the jade lakes appeared, and also tell you about the unique flora and fauna of the surrounding mountains. Daredevils can swim in the cold, bracing water and fully absorb the energy of this place, warming themselves on large mountain stones. At the end of your stay you will be taken back to Tashkent.
Enrich your piggy bank of memories with this unforgettable bright journey!
09:00 Meeting at the local airport №3 in Tashkent
09:15 Passage of safety control and instructions on departing and landing
10:00 Boarding and departure to the lakes
10:50 Arrival at the territory of the lakes
11:00 Hiking with a mountain guide
14:00 Free time for swimming and sunbathing
15:40 Packing and gathering
16:00 Boarding and departure to Tashkent
16:50 Arrival at the airport
During your stay in the natural area it is important to follow the rules of cleanliness and order!
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