The Safari Yurt Camp is approximately 5 km northeastern of the Aydar Lake, Aydarkul. It is a yurt village with approx. 20 yurts. A circular building serves as a dining hall. Behind this is the kitchen.
Next door there is a covered terrace where you can eat during the warmer seasons.
At the other end of the camp, on a small hill stands the building with sanitary facilities. Sufficient showers, basins, and toilets are available, also enough for a full occupancy of the yurts.
Behind the main buildings, one holds about 10 camels and dromedaries for riding excursions with the guests.
In the meantime, a German-Austrian travel group has arrived, with whom we can experience the sunset from a small hill.
Apart from the tourists, a Trapelus sanguinolentus, a genus of Middle Eastern agamid lizards, desert or steppe agama shows up. And a ground squirrel gives us the honor.
A sundown in the desert causes an atmosphere of its own which we enjoy very much.
After dinner, an Uzbek delights us at the campfire with his play on a stringed instrument and the singing of local songs.
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