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Aydarkul is turquoise Lake in the endless sands of the Kyzyl Kum, located in the north-eastern part of Uzbekistan, about 50 kilometers from the Nurata city. The lake is almost uninhabited area, a neighborhood districts ere inhabited by only 345 families. Lake appeared due to natural disaster – flood of 1969, when the Syrdarya water spilled Chardara reservoir. The Aydarkul’s length is 250 km, and 15 km wide. Today, the giant mirror of Aydarkul Lake is 3,000 square kilometers and is situated at 247 meters above sea level. The banks of Nurata miracle became home to many species of birds listed in the Red Book: Dalmatian Pelican, Pygmy Cormorant, Red-breasted Goose, fronted goose, white-eyed pochard, Pallid Harrier, White-tailed eagle, black vulture, etc. Fishing in Aydarkul Lake. Hundreds of tourists from across the country flock here to fish. The lake abounds in fish, and along with thecommon species such as carp, barbel carp, chub, perch, catfish, white bream, chuhon for seasoned fisherman, is not difficult to catch and Tupac or Samarkand Waddler – originally Central Asian species . Tackle for fishing tourists usually bring with them, but if this is not possible, you can rent them on the spot. Weekend on beaches with unique soft sand and relaxing atmosphere will leave many pleasant emotions.