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Ideal place for swimming, fishing or just relaxing

The Lake Aydar is largest water body in central Uzbekistan. The lake is easily accessible from... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
silk n
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Jizzakh Province, Uzbekistan
Turn Left at the End of the World

A special place at the end of the world, far from civilization and located in the heart of the... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2018
Gad N
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Israel
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“Ideal place for swimming, fishing or just relaxing”
13 Oct 2018
“Turn Left at the End of the World”
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Lake Aydar is largest water body in central Uzbekistan. The lake is easily accessible from Forish district, from the main road (4P36) near the village of Asmansay (turn off to the north near the market) as the road runs parallel to the Lake Aydarkul....More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed 13 October 2018

A special place at the end of the world, far from civilization and located in the heart of the Kyzylkum desert. Man-made (unintentionally). A huge lake with salty water (much less than I expected compared to ocean water, for example). It is especially fun to...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Gad N
Reviewed 16 October 2014

The Aydar Lake (Uzbek: Aydar Ko‘li, Айдар кўли; Haydar ko‘li, Ҳайдар кўли; alternate spellings: Lake Aydarkul, Lake Aidarkul) is part of the man-made Aydar-Arnasay system of lakes, which covers an area of 4,000 square kilometres (1,500 mi²). This system includes 3 brackish water lakes (Aydar...More

Date of experience: October 2014
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