This resort consists of cottages and a simple hotel. Stays of less than two nights cost about 20% more. You'll find yourself in a realm of manicured lawns, asphalt paths, tennis courts, large modern cottages and a restaurant, but it is a well-run and friendly resort that offers a wide range of activities, including expeditions into the wilderness.
An on-site zoo and a sauna are offered at this eco-friendly resort. Eco-Park Zuratkul is set in beautiful mountain scenery, just 200 metres from Lake Zyuratkul. Free private parking is available. The individually decorated rooms at the Eco-Park Zuratkul feature warm colours as well as traditional wooden furniture and floors. Most rooms offer satellite TV and some include a fully equipped kitchen. Russian cuisine is served in the spacious restaurant with its rich, wooden interiors and open fireplace. A wide selection of local berry liqueurs can be enjoyed at the bar. Guests are welcome to visit a small zoo with bears, deer and a camel free of charge. Table tennis facilities and a football field are also available on site. Rental bikes are available for exploring Zuratkul National Park, and the scenic countryside is also ideal for hiking, horse riding and winter sports. The 24-hour reception includes a tour desk and shuttles can be organised.