Nurata is a small town in the highland area of Navoi region of Uzbekistan with a population of 25 thousand people. Therefore there are no big hotels as in big cities, but here you will find so-called guest houses, offering tourists home-like accommodation in Uzbek families. In addition, tourists, admiring nature, can stay in real yurt camps. Yurts are traditional houses of nomadic people, who had been living here for centuries. Moving across a vast desert, nomadic shepherds and their families carried with them these folding dome tent-houses, which protected them in the heat and cold. Today tourists can estimate the usability of these exotic “houses” in the wilderness, which has never been conquered by a man.
Khayot guest house is located in a small village of Verhniy Hayat in the picturesque Nurata Mountains.
Yahshigul is a cozy guest house located in a mountain village in the picturesque Nurata Mountains.
A small and picturesque yurt camp is situated on the southern shore of the Lake Aydarkul.
Aidar yurt camp is a set of yurts in the Kyzyl-Kum desert, 10 km from Aidarkul Lake.
Safari yurt camp is located between the Kyzyl-Kum desert and Aidarkul Lake.