Sayyod Yurt Camp

Sayyod Yurt Camp, situated in the mountain village of Sayyod in the Jizzakh region, offers a luxurious yurt camping experience amidst a stunning mountain landscape. The camp operates from April 1st to October 30th and features twelve traditionally decorated yurts with one, two, or four comfortable single beds, including bed linens and towels.

Meals are served in on-site restaurants, which also host cooking classes. The camp is equipped with electricity and internet access. Facilities include an ablution block with handwashing basins, eight showers, and six flush toilets. Additionally, there’s an outdoor swimming pool open from May to mid-October and a fireplace for added comfort.

During your stay, explore the Nuratau Mountains through hiking, participate in traditional cooking classes, or enjoy a day trip to Lake Aydarkul for swimming and fishing. For those interested in local life, nearby villages and the Saturday farmer’s market in Asmansay village provide cultural experiences.

The camp offers hands-on cooking classes with an experienced local chef, including a visit to a local market to purchase ingredients from farmers and learn about the traditional way of life. Vegetarians are welcome, and advance booking is recommended for classes with a minimum of two participants.

Centrally located in the Jizzakh region of Uzbekistan, Sayyod Yurt Camp is convenient for travelers journeying between Tashkent, Samarkand, and Bukhara. Transportation options include public transport or booking all-inclusive tour packages.

For more details, please visit the Sayyod Yurt Camp website(opens in a new tab). If you’re seeking a break from mosques and madrassas in Silk Road cities and desire relaxation in natural surroundings or engaging activities, Sayyod Yurt Camp is the perfect choice.