Every lake tells a story or has a recollection affixed to it. In the post, we visually examine the favourite four best “Lakes of Uzbekistan”. You can now search for your favourite lake with travels mantra.
However, lakes mean different things to different people. For us, every lake is linked with a recollection, an emotion. There are some lakes that are unexplored, lost in desolation, others shattering with energy. For some it is all about water sports and picnic, for others, it is romance and solitude.
There is energy in Lake that can only be felt. Visually examining the fishermen in the morning, hiring “doing as” for the riding in the evening, going for long walks, consistently visually examining sunsets or moonrise, heedfully auricular discerning stories of legends associated with lakes. The fisherman and the city on the lake site, the many memorials for more to it than just being a lakes. Below is the list of best favourite Lakes of Uzbekistan.
Charvak Lake is a prodigious and voluminous lake with clear blue water circumvented by Tien-Shan Mountain Ranges. Locals genuinely call it “Pearl of Tien-Shan Mountain“. A Nice breeze blows over calm serene water to soothe your ocular perceivers and soul; you feel you are in heaven. Many water sports activities like water scooter, banana boat ride, Para-sailing are available. One can additionally indulge in paragliding from one of the minuscule mountain peaks to have awe-inspiring bird’s ocular perceiver view of the lake.
Aydarkul Lake is the component of man –made Aydar-Arnasay system lakes. It covers areas of 4000 square kilometres which is a miracle in the middle of the desert. And calling it a miracle because the inception of this lake on the southeast of ‘Kyzyl-Kum Desert‘ is very cryptic and doted to optically canvass its natural resplendence from the red sands of the “Kyzyl- Kum desert.”
Sarykamysh Lake sited in central Asia which is located between the Caspian Sea and The Aral Sea. The northern part of this lake comes under Uzbekistan jurisdiction. And dote to camp here and visually examining flourishing migratory birdlife but to access this lake requires the felicitous sanction from the Ministry of Nature Auspice.
Lake Aral Sea
The Aral Sea cited between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. According to Wikipedia, it is the fourth most astronomically immense lake in the world. This lake has opulent inhabitants, held itself 22 varieties of fishes out of which 4 could only be found in the Aral Sea. But today 90 percent of the Aral Sea has vanished; becoming a desert because of some incoherent actions were taken by the ascendancy.
“This is a malefaction against nature. The drought of the Aral Sea is a man-made tragedy”