Karachi Lake

What makes this resort unique is the combination of all kinds of natural treatment options in one place: sulfide silt mud and brine of Lake Karachi, Karachinskaya mineral water, iodine-bromine mineral water and therapeutic landscape and climate.
Guests are offered 162 types of medical procedures and 30 types of diagnostics, such as mud therapy and balneotherapy, hydrotherapy, all kinds of massage, speleotherapy, hirudotherapy, ultrasound diagnostics, etc.
The hotel guests can enjoy:
• comfortable Suite, Junior Suite, Junior Suite Twin, Category 1 Superior Double, Category 1 Double, Category 1 Double Twin,
• a canteen and a coffee bar,
• a lobby bar and a phyto-bar,
• Flamingo water amusement complex,
• a movie and concert hall,
• a gym,
• a library,
• excursions,
• a children’s entertainer and playground.

Opening hours: 24/7
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1 Shkolnaya Street, Ozero Karachi Resort Community, Chanovsky District, Novosibirsk Region
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Legend has it that hordes of nomad warriors found out about the healing properties of the lake in the 16th century who made it famous. They renamed it from Achu Tebis (Tatar for “bitter and salty”) to Karachi (meaning “black mud”).
Today, the resort can accommodate up to 350 people and offers 162 types of therapeutic procedures. You can come here to address a variety of health issues, such as disorders of:
• endocrine system,
• reproductive and urological systems,
• musculoskeletal system,
• nervous system,
• cardiovascular system, etc.
The therapeutic mud contains minerals and elements essential for the human body. For example, sulfur has a beneficial effect on the sebaceous glands.
Salt brine from Karachi Lake improves blood circulation and has an anti-inflammatory and painkilling effect.
Iodine-bromine mineral water contains iodine, which is essential for proper functioning of the thyroid gland, and also bromine, which supports the cardiovascular system (lowering blood pressure, reducing heart rate, etc.).
There is also the Chapel of the Holy Great Martyr Panteleimon, the patron of the sick, on the territory of the resort.