1400 kere bakıldı , 1 kere indirildi
yer Indzhereva, Ahal (Turkmenistan)
The entrance is hidden at the foot of a hill, from where 65 steps lead down into the cave. The site is well developed with a kiosk where you can choose between a sightseeing visit and a visit combined with swimming. As we were there on a sunny but cold November day, we refrained from a dip. Swimming enthusiasts must brave the traces of earlier visitors, bats and birds frequenting the cave. The path to the warm water is well lit, and there are basic changing facilities. The water is said to have medicinal qualities.
The journey to Köw Ata gives a good first impression of some of this desert country's main concern: water and irrigation to utilize the arable land. Along the narrow band of the southern mountain range are large cotton fields, which once provided for much of the agricultural income.
At Köw Ata, we decided to stretch our legs and hike the hill above the lake. With some more planning, it should be possible to do a more extended hike by following the ridge, possibly for a longer circular hike