The Urungach Lake will become part of eco-tourism, follows from the draft government decree, developed by the State Committee for Ecology and Environmental Protection.
The lake is planned to be recognized as a natural monument with an adjoining territory of 43 hectares located in the Burchmulla State Forestry of the Ugam-Chatkal State National Natural Park.
Preservation of the natural lake and the adjacent territory, organization of ecological tourism, conducting scientific and environmental education are among the main tasks.
On this territory, any activity that could adversely affect the lake and the surrounding area will be banned. An eco-friendly fencing will be created nearby, which will deal with environmental control.
Together with the State Committee for Tourism Development, tourist routes will be laid here, providing for arrangement of the trail, installation of arbors and benches, litter bins, information and restriction signs, and dry closets.
In addition, acceptable standards for recreational workload (the maximum permissible number of visitors for a certain period of time) will be developed.