Trekking tour on Koksu river
Trekking and Eco tours in Uzbekistan

Trekking tour on Koksu river Duration: 5 days, 4 hights
Kind of route: trekking
Season: May - October
Tour itinerary: Tashkent - Ugam - Chatkal - National Park: settlement Yakkatut - Koksu river - Koksu gorge - natural boundary Ayrik - settlement Yakkatut - Tashkent

Dear travelers! We invite You to make a fascinating trip within Ugam-Chatkal National Park along the mountain river Koksu. The wildness of the gorge, rocks steeply breaking from 1.5 km altitude to the bottom of a grandiose canyon cause undisguised admiration.

Nobody can stay indifferent to the protogenic beauty of mountain ridges with all the year round snow-covered peaks, high-mountainous lakes, mountain rivers, cold springs, shady groves and various kinds of trees and flowers that can be seen only from the certain height above the sea-level.

During the route you will have an opportunity to taste the natural mountain honey. Sweet memories of the Western Tien-Shan nature will always remain in your mind!

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