2 weeks cultural tour around Kyrgyzstan

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June, July, August, September



Kyrgyzstan is known for its beautiful landscapes with the high mountains and breathtaking alpine lakes. During this tour visitors will see all the highlights that this country has to offer. The views from one destination to another will be absolutely stunning. There will be a visit to Song-Kul Lake, which is famous for its beautiful location. Moreover, visitors will travel around the Issyk-Kul Lake, the second largest alpine lake in the world! Furthermore, there will be a tour to the Caravanserai Tash-Rabat, where visitors can spend a few nights in yurts and get acquainted with the traditions, handicrafts and national food.

from 63630 KGS (909$)

Days: 14 / Nights: 13

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Upon arrival to airport, meet a local guide and transfer to Bishkek city. After sightseeing tour  around Bishkek - check-in to a hotel (standard check-in time is at/after 14:00pm).
Free time in the evening. Independent lunch and dinner.

Meals: no

Depart to Chon-Kemin Valley.  Along the way, visit the Burana Tower, a small nearby Museum and open air Balbals (stone figures). Upon arrival to the Kalmak-Ashuu village, check in at the Ashuu Eco Lodge. In the afternoon, trip to the Kalmak-Ashuu Gorge on a horse cart. Later, light trekking in the mountains and rest. Arrival to the guesthouse and rest. Possibility to take a walking tour around the village, meet local people and explore the countryside.

Available activities upon request:
- horseback riding
- boorsok show

Meals: B, L, D

After the breakfast, departure for Jeti-Oguz Valley through the Northern shore of the Issyk-Kul Lake. Along the way visit open air Petroglyphs Museum and Rukh-Ordo Cultural Complex in Cholpon-Ata town. Upon arrival to Karakol, short sightseeing tour. Afterwards, visit One village – One product local souvenir shop, where food and wool products are made by local women. Arrival to Jeti-Oguz Valley, accommodation at the yurt camp in Kok-Jayik Jailoo (summer pasture). Dinner and overnight stay at the yurt camp.

Note: Accommodation conditions at yurt camp are very traditional, it means that person will share toilet outside of the yurt and be able to experience Kyrgyz rural lifestyle firsthand. Single accommodation is not available, 3-6 pax per yurt.

Meals: B, L, D

Free time in the morning. Depart to the Song-Kul Lake through the Southern shore of the Issyk-Kul Lake. In the morning, a possibility to visit Altyn-Kol (“Golden Hands”), which is a local shop for felt products run by women. Visitors can enjoy totally "Instagram-worthy" views on the way to Song-Kul. Continue driving and upon arrival to the Song-Kul Lake, accommodation at yurt camp.

Meals: B, L, D

Full day rest at the lake and hiking tour to the nearby mountains. Visitors have a chance to get to know Kyrgyz mountain nomads and their lifestyle. Possibility to watch milking cows and mares, preparing dairy products from the milk and a national Kyrgyz drink Kymyz, cooking food and taking care of households. Even if the locals do not speak the foreign language, they will do their best to be hospitable and understand foreigners. Overnight stay at the yurt camp.

Meals: B, L, D

Drive to Tash-Rabat.  Along the way, stop in the Naryn city for a lunch at a local café. The Caravanserai Tash Rabat is the unique monument of the Middle Ages  which located in the valley of Kara-Koyun, 90 km from Naryn and 60 km from the village At-Bashi. The building was constructed of stone and lime and all the materials were assembled in the nearby valley. There are several legends about the origins of the architectural complex Tash-Rabat. The most probable theory is that the monument was built in the 15th century and served as a coaching  for the merchants. Caravans went along the trade routes from the Chui and Ferghana valleys to Kashgar. The height of the Tash-Rabat building is more than 20 m, and there is a total of 31 rooms creating a labyrinth.  Against the background of green meadows of the valley, the Caravanserai looks like a powerful and impregnable fortress.
Upon arrival to Tash-Rabat, accommodation at the yurt camp with basic conditions. Trip to the complex and walking tour to the surrounding mountains.

Meals: B, L, D

After the breakfast departure to the Eki-Naryn Valley. The name of the valley Eki-Naryn upon translation from the Kyrgyz means “Two Naryn.” Exactly at this place, large and small tributaries merge into the most powerful Naryn River. A National State Reserve “Salkyn Tor” is formed there, where tall pine forests grow. Additionally, the reserve is inhabited by bears, wild boars, mountain goats and snow leopards. The main goal of  establishment of this national park is preservation of deers. The amazing virgin beauty of the nature of this region will not leave anyone indifferent. Depending on visitors’ choice, they can stay at the Eki-Naryn yurt camp for overnight stay or go to Naryn (44km) and stay at a guesthouse there.

Meals: B, L, D

This day will be long, but very rewarding. The landscape is absolutely wild and unspoiled. Most parts of the roads were constructed during the Soviet times. Visitors will pass from the Northern to the Southern part of the country. Kazarman is a small rustic village. Visitors will stay at a family run guesthouse there.

Meals: B, L, D

Visitors will go to the second capital of Kyrgyzstan –Osh city.  Along the way, there will be a stop in the Uzgen city which is famous for producing special type of rice. Later, we offer to visit the rice market and historical minaret. Visitors can also try the Uzgen pilaf (dish cooked from meat and rice) from a local café for lunch. Arrival to Osh, accommodation at a home stay. Free time in the evening.

Meals: B, L

Full-day sightseeing  trip around the Osh. Half-day trip to colorful Osh Bazaar (market), then walk through the Alisher Navoi Park and  watching as elderly people drink tea and play chess.
In the afternoon, climb to the Holy Suleiman Mountain and visit its cave museum, Silk Road Museum and Alymbek Datka Complex. Dinner at a local Uzbek family’s house with Uzbek food specialties.

Meals: B, L

Depart to Arslanbob, which is a popular place for its well-known walnut forest.  Along the way, stop in Uzgen city to visit the Historical Uzgen Minaret and Mausoleum. Upon arrival to Arslanbob, accommodation at a local family-run guesthouse with basic conditions. Afternoon  trip to the walnut forest and waterfall.

Meals: B, L, D

Along the way to Toktogul pass through the Tash-Komur Hydro-Electric Station and the Toktogul reservoir. In Toktogul accommodation at a friendly family-run guesthouse is provided.

Meals: B, L, D

The road to Bishkek is one of the most picturesque ones. It goes along the Chu River and depicts the different sceneries: from snowy capped mountains to beautiful gorges and flat valleys. The highest altitude is at the Suusamyr Valley (3586 m above the sea level) where nomads herd their livestock. Lunch at a roadside café (fried fresh fish is available). In Bishkek accommodation at boutique hotel ideal for family stays is provided.
Free time in the evening. Farewell dinner at a local restaurant.

Meals: B, L

Transfer to the Airport for the departure flight. Check-out from the hotel before 12:00 pm.

Meals: B

2 (adults)148 050 (2115 USD)
3-4 (adults)115 290 (1647 USD)
5-6 (adults)84 280 (1204 USD)
7-8 (adults)70 980 (1014 USD)
9-10 (adults)63 630 (909 USD)
Supplementary for single accommodation5 250 (75 USD)

*Tour price in USD will be re-calculated according to the KR National Bank’s exchange rate on the payment day

Twin based accommodation
Bishkek - 3* hotel (2 o/n)
Chon-Kemin - homestay (1 o/n)
Jeti-Oguz - yurt camp (1 o/n)
Kochkor - guesthouse (1 o/n)
Song-Kul - yurt camp (2 o/n)
Tash-Rabat - yurt camp (1 o/n)
Naryn - guesthouse (1 o/n)
Kazarman - homestay (1 o/n)
Osh - guesthouse (2 o/n)
Arslanbob - homestay (1 o/n)
Toktogul - homestay (1 on)
Side Note:Accommodation conditions at yurt camp are very traditional,
meaning that person will be able to share toilet outside of the yurt and be able to experience Kyrgyz rural lifestyle firsthand.
Usually 3-6 pax per yurt (during the high season).

Single accommodation can be arranged if there is some vacant space. Standard accommodation for 3-6 people per room
TransportLand transportation by air-conditioned non-smoking vehicle
Local guide services (Eng/Russ)
MealsMeals mentioned in the program
Entrance fees & excursionsIncluded
Felt craft show in Tamchy villageIncluded
Water1 liter person/day

International flightsNot included
Visa/letter of invitation to KyrgyzstanNot included
Personal expensesNot included
Early check-in, late/check-out on arrival/departure daysNot included but could be arranged upon request for additional fee
Meals other than stated/beverages with mealsNot included
Tips to guide/driver (optional)
Not included

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