Muynak Vacation Packages
And remember, there is more to Uzbekistan than Muynak, so try to allow a few days to discover this region's natural and cultural sights.
Each place contains a unique history and the Uzbekistan area is no exception. The old towns in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past.
The Muynak region is perfect to get into the great outdoors and enjoy the invigorating embrace of winter. When the mercury drops, hop into your snow gear and spend the day snowboarding or skiing.
There's no nicer approach to get to the heart of a place than tasting the food from the region. Mutton and also rice are commonly used as part of meals here. There are lots of special dishes locally. Try bademjan (eggplant salad) or chuchvara soup (small boiled dumplings). Uzbekistan dishes such as exotic fruit platter (slices of various fruit) are also a good thing to try. Don't think a meal is finished without a glass or two of wine? Try Shirin (dessert wine) or Aleatiko (dessert wine), two regional options to try. No matter what time of day, kick back by ordering a refreshing local kefir (thick drinking yoghurt).
When planning your vacation to Muynak, it's handy to remember that the closest major airport, Nukus Airport, is located in in Nukus, 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the south.