Yurt (in most Turkic languages yurt, yurta; Mong. Ger) - a portable dwelling nomads. Yurt fully meets the needs of nomads because of its convenience and practicality. Yurt quickly assembled and disassembled easily by one family for one hour. It is easily transported on camels and horses, it felt covering does not let rain, wind and moderate cold. The presence of holes at the top of the dome creates cravings and makes it easy to enjoy the fireplace. Yurt and still used in many cases, the shepherds of Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan.
The most common meaning of Turkic word "yurt" is a "parking", although the scatters quite wide. In some Turkic languages, this word denotes only a portable housing, or sledge, and others - pasture, ancestral lands, and even homeland. In the modern Mongolian language, the word yurt (ger) is synonymous with "home".
Yurt appeared in the Late Bronze Age XII-IX centuries BC. Perhaps there was a yurt in the later period, about 5.8 century BC. Yurt has been known since the time of the Hun. The device of the yurt in the Turks and Mongols somewhat different. Some idea of mobile homes ancient nomads give carvings.
Interesting adventures await guests in the Central Kyzyl Kum. "Ships of the Desert" will carry guests along the ancient caravan routes through the sand dunes and Haloxylon to the village, lost in the sands, where people still keep the ancient traditions and way of life.
Guests will get acquainted with the amazing flora and fauna of the desert. There are performation of folk songs akin room, and rest on the unique lake Aydarkul. Lunch with fresh fish for a long time will give strength and energy. On the basis of "Aydar" you can enjoy being together, to enjoy nature as well as to attend the traditional games "Kupkari", "Lapta and the other involving local residents.