In Jizzakh region, on the shores of Lake Arnasai, new recreation facilities for tourists have been built in the form of modern camping complex.
The Aidar-Arnasai system of lakes between the Kyzylkum desert and the Nurata mountain range is one of the territories of our country where rare species of animals and plants are preserved. On lakes and coastal areas there are animals listed in the Red Book, as well as the migratory birds that live here permanently.
The territory of the lake, located among the age-old sand dunes, and its nature are interesting to all people, especially hunters and tourists.
In accordance with the ecotourism development program developed in the region, the infrastructure is being modernized, and the quality of services rendered to tourists is improving. On the coastal territory of the village of Kyzylkum, in the Farish district, camping sites were opened, designed for 20 people, and yurt hotels are built next to them to rest for the same number of places. In such premises, the builders of the NPP Paxtamash KV Limited Company create all conditions for rest, acquaintance with the unique nature, fishing and hunting for birds. Boats are brought in, and for driving on sand - special cars. At present, on 500 hectares all conditions for the establishment of a modern tourist infrastructure have been created.
A similar recreation area is being built also by Ohus Traver LLC. On the territory of the lake, occupying 1,200 hectares, and in a steppe zone of 50 hectares, an electric network with a length of five kilometers is laid, a road is built.
In the near future, a recreation area on the island in 573 hectares will be put into operation on the territory of the citizens of the village of Egizbulok. There are already planted more than 18 thousand seedlings of trees and bushes, further work is carried out on the greening of other territories. This year, it is planned to build two more recreation areas.
With the opening of recreation areas near Lake Arnasai, the flow of foreign tourists into the region is expected to increase by 10%. Currently, new projects are being implemented to develop ecotourism in Zaamin district. This contributes to a further increase in the environmental culture of the population, especially young people.