The wonders of Turkmenistan lie among the woods and in nature’s cradle. Turkmenistan is a unique tourist destination. Though archaeological sites and medieval monuments can be located throughout the country Turkmenistan is a region full of tourist spots that take you through different realms of nature. Here’s an overview of different spots in Turkmenistan nature.
With bands of red, pink and yellow shake burning over the sides of the steep canyon walls, Yangykala is a stunning sight and one of its kind amongst the most fabulous attractions in Turkmenistan. A couple of Turkmen know about its reality. You can camp on the plateau over the ravine, in spite of the fact that it can get windy there.
Among all the other majestically beautiful tourist spots of Turkmenistan, Nokhur has an aura of its own. Nokhur is one of the best places to travel to in search of solitude and peace of mind.
Nokhur, an eminent name in the list of 100 most romantic places of the world, comprises of picturesque and scenic villages of the little and the huge towns which are now known as the Old and New Nokhur city.
The backdrop of the city
Among the vines, almonds and pomegranate trees, the mountain plateau has two storehouses built up with a very unique architecture.
You can always visit the Dev’s House, all year round. The place is the prettiest all time of the year. The house actually has a narrow rock crevice going into a deep darkness with a pin sized hole of light peeping into the natural cave.
The locals of the region believe to have heard mysterious and formidable voices, there during the, even more, darker nights.
The Three Wells
The highest point of the Kopet Dag, known to the people as the ‘The Three Wells’ is also one of the most renowned places picked up from the local folktales and fables.
When talking about fables, the city of Nokhur is a proud owner of a special place for wish making on the outskirts of the village. The place is commonly known as Giz bibi by the locals and is in the form of a narrow crack in the huge stone that the inhabitants consider to as one of the doors to paradise.
They say- Make a wish, and it will definitely come true in some time. The place hosts an old sycamore tree with a hollow enough to house few people inside.
Balkanabat close Tasharvat water spring is found the magnificent remnants of caravanserai Tasharvat. It remains on one of the antiquated troop route – various branches of the Great Silk Road.
The building of the caravanserai is a rectangular stronghold with a stone wall with the remains of a private working inside. Close to the caravanserai, there was an elm forest of 100 trees. The researchers trust that the building was as yet inhabited at the end of the nineteenth century.
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