Time of year
Lying close together in the open desert, practically in the middle of nothingness, these little craters are real charmers. Resembling like a quicksand, the big is the most interesting of all. They are bubbling and it takes a while to catch an image of a big bubble. Although…
We visited this place today. Gas is bubbling out of the ground and bringing forth mud. It is not very hot in some places & hot and dangerous in others. Unique natural phenomena that should be visited once.
We had to leave our small tour bus and be driven over a very rocky, muddy and poorly maintained track, at a reasonably high speed, considering the road's condition, to the mud volcanoes. An interesting ride, friendly drivers, obviously well-acquainted with the road; safety not…
We visited this place as a part of our day trip through Tes tour....you have to climb a small hill to see this interesting natural phenomenon of bubbling mud....worth visit.
The mud volcanoes are worth a visit but take my advice and organise a 4 wheel vehicle to get you there. Our tour company did arrange transport BUT mostly in old Russian Ladas driven by guys who thought they were or actually were rally drivers! No seat belts in the back seat so…