Charvak is a truly heavenly place, a vast area adjacent to Lake Charvak (reservoir), located 80 km north-east of the capital of Uzbekistan - Tashkent, in the mountains of the Southwestern Tien Shan.
Charvak is the most popular vacation spot for tourists, residents and guests of Tashkent. On the shores of the lake there are many venues, resorts, hotels, children's camps with their own beaches. There are also public beaches.
Lake Charvak is surrounded on all sides by picturesque mountains, Ugam, Pskem and Chatkal ranges.
Lake Charvak was formed in 1972 during the construction of a grandiose rock-fill dam of the Charvak hydroelectric station with a height of 168 m.
Three mountain rivers Chatkal, Pskem, Koksu flow into Lake Charvak, and flowing out through the turbines of the hydroelectric power station, they form a powerful river Chirchik. The volume of water in the lake (reservoir) is more than 2 million m3, and the lake surface area is 40 km2
The Chimgan and Beldersay ski resorts are located 15 km from Charvak.
On Lake Charvak, tourists can not only relax in hotels and beaches, but also take walks(trips) through the picturesque surroundings.
The most interesting of them:
- resorts Chimgan, Beldersay; - "Golden" Brichmulla and other picturesque mountain villages Yangikurgan, Yakkatut, Bogistan, Nanai; - canyons of the Kalasai and Paltau rivers; - the valleys of the Koksu and Aksarsay rivers; - centuries-old plane trees, rock paintings, bizarre rocks with a waterfall in Khojikent.
There are also great opportunities for hiking, mountain, cycling and equestrian tourism, excellent opportunities for active team building and corporate events.