The climate in Navoi is dry and with a pronounced seasonality. It is very hot in summer, so do not neglect the headgear and do not forget to drink plenty of water. Winter is usually cold and not snowy. Temperatures often drop below 0 ° C, but due to low humidity.
Since Navoi was mostly created as an industrial city, there are not many souvenir shops in it. But without gifts you will not leave! In the city you can find craftsman shops in almost all places where there are attractions. The most popular souvenirs in the city are magnets with the image of the city. You can also find national, with its own distinctive features, clothing characteristic of the region and of course mountains of dried fruits!
Uzbekistan is the center of the world's meat cuisine! In each city, the same dishes are prepared differently and therefore only after driving through all the cities of the country you can tell exactly where the cuisine is tastiest. Navoi is no exception to this list. The calling card of every city is pilaf! In Navoi, it is cooked with special rice called devzira. This rice is considered the most delicious and expensive in Uzbekistan.
It has a red-brown hue, and after cooking it increases by 7 times! To get to the condition it is kept, like good wine, for a couple - three years. Only then does he reach the peak of his taste and acquire a special smell. Then add lamb, yellow carrots, garlic and Dungan pepper to the pilaf. The taste of this dish is unforgettable! Among the main dishes you can also distinguish smoke, manti, shurva and of course kebab. You can read more about Uzbek Cuisine at this link.
An integral part of every trip is photography! In this section, we will introduce you to the most beautiful places in this city where you can make the best shots.
P.S. Do not forget that when visiting religious sights of Uzbekistan, it is advisable for women to cover open parts of the body (shoulders, back and legs). Such sights will be marked with symbols ☪️☦️✡️✝️
☪️ Deggaron Mosque is considered one of the oldest buildings of Islamic culture in Uzbekistan. According to historians, it was built around the 11th century A.D. It is located in the village of Khazar in the Navoi region.
When traveling to Navoi, we advise you to stay in yurt camps. So you can immerse yourself in the life of real nomads, experience all its charms and of course take unusual photos!
P.S. You can use electricity here, do not worry!😊
And of course, do not forget to ride a camel! This will be the most memorable part of your trip!
The Navoi city was built relatively recently, in 1960, which gives it the status of the youngest city in the country.
It is located about 360 kilometers from Tashkent, on the banks of the Zarafshan River. It was created as the center of the mining industry, since precious metals and uranium were found in its vicinity. The city was named after the world-famous scientist, poet and statesman - Alisher Navoi. Despite the fact that the city is new, the history of the area that surrounds it has a long and rich history. Archaeologists have found on this territory many objects related to the culture of the ancient Bactrians, Khorezmians and Saks. Not far from the city, only 45 km away is the Sarmysh gorge. This is truly a legendary place!
On the territory of just 2 km. there are about 4,000 petroglyphs, among which are images of “ancient astronauts”.
Also, various anomalous phenomena occur in this gorge, which is why this area attracts ufologists and lovers of paranormal phenomena.
Today Navoi is one of the main industrial centers in Uzbekistan. Many large industrial enterprises are based here, producing everything, starting from gold and ending with a huge electrochemical factory.