Arslanbob is the largest walnut forest in the world, located in the mountains of Jalal-Abad region on Fergana and Chatkal ridges at an altitude of 1,700 meters above the sea level.


Arslanbob is a natural forest that appeared in ancient times. According to some sources, its age exceeds 50 million years, its area is 700,000 hectares. Walnut, pistachio, almond, cherry plum and pear trees grow here - about 130 plant species in total. Some walnut trees are over a thousand years old.

Some walnut trees are over a thousand years old

Each tree gives from 150 to 400 kilograms of nuts per year.

There are several beautiful waterfalls and lakes on the territory of the forest.

Its area is 700,000 hectares


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