Nukus Vacation Packages
And of course, there is more to Uzbekistan than just Nukus, so schedule in some time to visit this region's attractions.
Places of worship are often the perfect portals into a region's soul. The mosques around Nukus are no exception.
If you love to feel the tickle of snowflakes upon your nose, Uzbekistan may just be an excellent fit. This area offers some terrific opportunities for snowboarding and skiing.
Why not let your tastebuds loose in Uzbekistan's cafés and restaurants. Popular ingredients in this part of the world are mutton and rice. Local favorite meals are bademjan (eggplant salad) and chuchvara soup (small boiled dumplings), but naturally there are many other tasty meal options for foodies. Top it all off with exotic fruit platter (slices of various fruit), a popular final course. Many people don't feel a culinary journey is complete until they've tasted the regional wine. Sample Shirin (dessert wine) or Aleatiko (dessert wine). If you feel as though you'd like something non-alcoholic, kefir (thick drinking yoghurt) is a popular option.
If you plan on traveling by plane, take into account that the nearest major airport is Nukus Airport, 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the southwest of Nukus.