|Trip Length||1 day|
|Trip Style||Helicopter Tour|
|Best Time to Travel||Spring - Autumn|
|Maximum Number of Passengers||18 people|
The journey is dedicated to 4 unearthly beautiful Arashan lakes and a unique thermal spring (the water temperature is stable all year round and totals more than 36 ° C). All of them are located high in the mountains of Namangan region (2774-3365 meters above sea level) on the border with Kyrgyzstan.
From a bird's eye view, you will see yurts and grazing cattle in the midst of wide valleys, while enjoying a welcome drink. Upon arrival, all the time will be devoted to swimming in cool lakes, a warm spring and sunbathing under the bright Central Asian sun. The program includes a walk on the neighboring slopes in search of mountain flowers and plants, as well as a visit to the Sufi shrine in the form of the grave of St. Arashan Bouvi decorated with the horns of a mountain goat on a tombstone.
Earlier it was extremely difficult to get there, as the path runs through an uneven terrain and takes a long time. Thanks to ULYSSE TOUR Travel Agency, everyone can now fly to the magical Arashan lakes by MI-8 helicopter in just 50 minutes!
09:00 Meeting at the local airport of Tashkent №3
09:15 Passage of security control and instruction on boarding and disembarking from a helicopter
10:00 Landing and departure to the lake
10:50 Arrival on the territory of lakes
11:00 Hiking led by a mountain guide
13:00 Picnic time
14:00 Free time for swimming and sunbathing
16:00 Embarkation and departure to Tashkent
16:50 Arrival at the airport and official completion of the tour
During your stay in the natural area it is important to follow the rules of cleanliness and order!
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