Muynak Day-Trip

Explore former Port City - Muynak, Ship Cemetery and famous Nukus Art Gallery!

  • Route

    Nukus - Nukus Museum - Mizdakhan Necropolis - Muynak Ship Cemetery - Aral Sea Museum - Nukus

  • Duration: 8-10 hours
    Driving time: 6-7 hours
    Sightseeing time: 3-4 hours
    Daytrip length : 430 km.
    Included: Fuel, Driver & Drinking Water
    Not Included: Entrance tickets, meals & etc.

  • Sedan - $69

    SUV - $150

    Minivan - $160

    Minibus - $250

    Bus - $370

  • Please contact us via E-mail, Whatsapp or by calling to reserve a seat for you on this trip while available numbers of seats are limited.

  • Our driver picks you up from your hotel, Nukus Airport or Train Station starts the Daytrip.

  • First place to stop and visit is Nukus Art Museum. You are advised to spend 2-3 hours there. The Karakalpak State Museum of Art named after Igor Savitsky, also houses a world-famous collection of Russian and Soviet avant-garde paintings. The collection was assembled by an eccentric Ukrainian artist who had been invited to come and work in Nukus… The next place to visit is Mizdakhan Necropolis. Usually 1 hour will be enough to discover the large complex. Complex first established in the Early Antique period and reoccupied extensively in the medieval period, up to the 14th century. Medieval Mizdakhan was mentioned by Persian historians and the writings of the Arab geographers in the 10th century. The various monuments are sited on and between three small hills and the complex have a number of sectors including a citadel, an outer town and a necropolis. The oldest settlement was established on the west hill around the 4th century BCE. After visiting Necropolis you will be driven to the Aral Sea History Museum and Muynak Ship Cemetery which are located next to each other. It is about 170 kilometers and 2 hours driving from Mizdakhan to Muynak Ship Cemetery. You can get lots of information about the Aral Sea in this small museum located next to the Muynak Ship Cemetery. In details, for many years the town of Muynak was a bustling fishing port, lying on the banks of the abundant Aral Sea. At the time, the Aral Sea was the 4th largest inland salt sea in the world. But the need for water to support cotton farming led to irrigation of the two river systems that supplied the Aral Sea. The residents of Muynak once made their living by fishing on the Aral Sea. But for decades the sea has been decreasing in size and volume. Fishing boats were abandoned in the sand that was once the seafloor, businesses closed their doors, and the residents had to relocate in order to find work… After visiting Muynak Ship Cemetery it is about another 3 hours to drive back to Nukus from. We may drop you off in Nukus Airport / Train Station or in your hotel and end the trip.

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Pictures of the Day-Trip


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