A grandiose man-made reservoir in the gorge of the Chimgan Mountains, the village of Charvak and the western range of the long mountain range of Tien Shan. Once, at the confluence of three major rivers: Pskem, Ugam and Chatkal, there were four gardens, (Chor God in translation means literally Four Gardens), which are now under the water column of more than a hundred meters. In 1964, the Charvak settlement was established, in connection with the construction of the Charvak hydroelectric power station.
The dam of the reservoir is a powerful stone-sandy reinforcement with a height of 168 meters. One of the major rivers Chirchik flows from the reservoir. Throughout the entire coast of the Charvak reservoir, there are currently cafes, holiday villages, hotel complexes and beach areas, many gardens, mountaineering camps, children's health camps, dispensaries and clinics. Well-established infrastructure, transport and stunning clean air all year round attract thousands of tourists.
Many species of fish found in the Charvak reservoir have generated great interest in sport fishing both among local fishermen and among foreign tourists. Mountain tourism and mountaineering in these parts are also well developed. And in fact, almost from any peak in the vicinity of the Charvak reservoir, it opens a kind of view which captures the spirit. In connection with the increased popularity of this place in terms of tourism, in the vicinity of Charvak and Chimgan, the infrastructure is rapidly developing, turning the life of tourists into a paradise on the coast.