Early departure from Bukhara, road to Sarmishsay (150 km, 2 hours).
On the way stop in Gijduvan, visit the ceramics workshop of Uzbekistan famous masters.
Next the tour will leads you to Sarmyshsay Sanctuary.
Historic Site Sarmyshsay still is called The Gallery of Images of the Stone Age. More than 3,000 rock drawings - petroglyphs - in the form of images of wild animals, people, hunting scenes and the life of the Stone Age period.
Trip to Nurata (80 km, 1 hour).
Visiting Chashma complex - a holy spring and the ruins of the fortress Nur, which was founded by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC.
Lunch at the local tea house or lunch boxes.
Then we continue our way to yurt camp, located near the lake Aydarkul in the Kyzylkum desert.
Arrival to Yurt camp, accommodation in yurts.
In the evening, dinner by the fire, and the performance of the Kazakh bard - folk singer.