The Aral Sea today is the famous inland sea-turned-desert, the one historians and environmental scientists still place among the worst ecological disasters ever. It is located between deserts in the middle of Central Asia and used to be fed by two big rivers: Amudarya and Syrdarya. The Sea was home for uncountable animals, birds, fish and provided subsistence for thousands of people. But within a few decades of human covetousness led to desiccation of the Sea and ecological distress and social problems in the region.
The visitors are offered to experience one of the most exciting tours to the coast of the Aral Sea and see the unusual beauty of Karakalpak land along with consequences of one of the World’s greatest tragedies of the 20th century.
Both eco-tours developed by Ayimtour Travel Agency lead to the coast of the Aral Sea. Travelers are offered to see such amazing places as the ancient sacred complex of Mizdahkan, natural salt deposit Barsa-Kelmes, fishermen’s settlement at Sudochie Lake, incredible Ustyurt Plateau, archeological sites, city of Muynak (ships' graveyard) and much more.
This is a unique opportunity to see the disappearing sea and its shrinking coastline, the stiffened history of centuries along with the mode of life of people left face to face with a global disaster, and for sure unearthly beauty of the nature of this region.
The routes were developed with the recommendations and advices of many experts and tourists. They are safe and accompanied by experienced guides and drivers who make this trip possible and exciting. The trip is saturated with impressive views and sights. So book your Aral sea tour and get unforgettable experience!
Important note: All our drivers have a license for providing travel services. So, in order to avoid possible problems, if you travel with another agency or private drivers, please, make sure that they have this valid license.
Please, contact us via the contacts below and we will be happy to answer your questions and/or comments!
"Jipek joli" Hotel, 4 Jipek joli Str.,
Nukus, Republic of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan.