25,000 tourists visited Three Zavyalovsk’s lakes at weekend
5 thousand tourists from Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Omsk, Tomsk, Novokuznetsk visited three Zavyalovsk’s lakes. The Romanovsky district set a record in the number of holidaymakers this summer. They're coming here, first of all, to be treated. Doctors say - sulfide muds of the lakes have the same medicinal properties as the muds of the Dead Sea. Andrei Naumenko, the Head of the Administration of the Romanovsky district said, “We showed the nature of the land, the rare birds that are listed in Red Book. This area is interesting and we will expand it. The Zavyalovsky District took it a step further – they created its own brand “330 Zavyalovsk’s lakes.” But tourists hardly have time to visit all 330 lakes at weekend. Favourites are salty, fresh and alkaline lakes. They are located within a kilometer of each other, that’s why you can swim in three lakes in one day. The local therapeutic mud-baths confirm that 10 days of treatment with muds, salt and mineral water can gets rid of diseases for the next year. Just before the next holidays. And from the look of things, it's true. After this season they set a record there - 25 thousand people holidayed at three lakes. Record of attendance was established in the Charyshsky District. Six thousand holidaymakers per season. Local residents say – it could be more if it was a place to stay. In mid-July, it turned out that all the facilities and guesthouses are booked before the beginning of August. Therefore, complementary touristic complexes have already been begun to build without waiting for the next season. More than 6 thousand people visited the Krasnogorsky district this summer. They came to swim, fish, eat local fish soup and visit Karaguzhinsky Creamery. Now travelers are less, but the tourist season is not closed. So, in winter tourists like to snowboarding, go skiing and snowmobiling. Industry experts consider that the winter season can also bring to the region a record number of tourists. After all, vacationers say, visited the Altai - Take your friend along.