Day 1: Bishkek - Ala Archa - Bishkek
At Manas International Airport, you will be greeted and transferred to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's capital. It will take 30 minutes to complete the journey. A guided tour of Bishkek takes up the first half of the day. The program includes visits to Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, Old Square, the National Philharmonic, and many more points of interest. We'll head to Ala Archa Gorge in the afternoon. After all, it is a Natural Park. Only V.I.P. individuals were allowed to wander here during the Soviet era. On a spur of the Tien Shan Mountain range, the Ala Archa Gorge may be found. Bishkek is only 45 kilometers away. For a panoramic perspective of the gorge, a short hike can be taken. We'll then head back to Bishkek. At 7 p.m., a traditional dinner will be served. Night at the hotel.
Day 2: Bishkek - Burana - Issyk Kul southern shore - Bokonbaevo
In the morning, you'll take a visit to Issyk Kul Lake. The lake is known as "Central Asia's gem." Hiking up to the lake provides views of the adjacent mountains in the distance. Along the way, you'll see the Burana Tower (an 11th-century minaret) and the Balbals open-air museum (stone warriors). We continue our journey to the lake after a traditional dinner. We'll stop at Bokonbaevo hamlet to meet with a local eagle hunter. He uses eagles to hunt hares and foxes. This is the traditional method of nomad hunting. Dinner and night at the guesthouse.
Day 3: Bokonbaevo - Fairy Tale - Barskaun, snowmobiles
The Skazka (Fairy Tale) Canyon is located on the shore of Lake Issyk-southern Kul. In this magnificent setting, the red sand dunes take on a variety of beautiful shapes. A stroll through this canyon while relaxing on the Issyk-Kul provides not only scenic pleasure but also a sense of oneness with nature. You proceed with caution so as not to sabotage the Creator's efforts. The majesty of these lumps astounds. We'll drive to Barskaun after the hike. After lunch, you'll have a couple of hours to practice riding snowmobiles around the area. Night at the guesthouse.
Day 4: Barskaun, snowmobiles
We'll be traveling through the valley and across frozen lakes, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and perhaps wild mountain goats. Because of its remoteness from civilisation, the area is home to a multitude of wild animals. You'll be spending the next few days in nature by yourself! There are no other hotels in the area, and there are no guests! You just have the stunning Kyrgyz Mountains to look at! You'll bring a picnic lunch. You'll be able to spend the entire day snowmobiling in breathtaking scenery. Night and dinner at the guesthouse.
Day 5: Barskaun, snowmobiles
Today, we'll continue our journey through some of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet. Mountains and snow will take your breath away. Today's destination is the base of a large glacier! This scene will drive you insane! We are insignificant in this world! Take advantage of your free time! You'll have a picnic for lunch. Dinner and night at the guesthouse.
Day 6: Barskaun, snowmobiles
We'll keep riding our snowmobiles! We have a lot of area and vistas because we are at such a high height. Today's route takes you through tiny canyons and spectacular alpine valleys! It's a great way to get some exercise and disconnect from the outside world! There is nothing except you and the wild world! There are so many wonderful emotions and sentiments! Kyrgyzstan is a country you will fall in love with! These are fantastic locations for snowmobile excursions! Night at the guesthouse.
Day 7: Barskaun - Issyk Kul southern shore - Jeti Oguz - Karakol
Today we will travel to Jeti Oguz Gorge. It is well-known for the Seven Bulls - Jeti Oguz - which are red sandstone formations. Broken Heart Mountain can also be found there. We'll take a lot of pictures there, and you can climb to the top of a mountain for a panoramic view of the canyon (20 minutes). We then continue on our way to Karakol. The Dungan Mosque will be your final stop. One of its most notable features is that it was constructed entirely in the Chinese style, with not a single metal nail in sight. The journey will then continue to an antique wooden Orthodox Church. Night at the guesthouse.
Day 8: Karakol - Issyk Kul northern shore - Bishkek
You will be moved to Bishkek today. We'll drive along the northern shore of Issyk Kul Lake this time. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have a bird's-eye view of the entire lake. In Cholpon Ata, Rukh Ordo is a one-of-a-kind cultural and spiritual complex of culture and religious tolerance. Its position, right on the lake's edge, perfectly reflects the lake's majesty and splendor. We'll take a brief break to show you some ancient stone inscriptions (dating back to 800 B.C.). These petroglyphs were created by shamans some 2 000 years ago. This site offers a panoramic view of Issyk Kul Lake and gives the impression of being in the middle of nowhere. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Night at the hotel.
Day 9: Flight
In the morning is transfer to airport.
07 pax - 2 330 $ per person
08 pax - 2 250 $ per person
Single - 80 $
Bishkek - "Plaza" Hotel 4*
Chon Kemin - "Emily" Guesthouse
Barskaun - mountain mini guesthouse
Karakol - "Green Yard" Boutique hotel
- Mineral water
- Entrances to museums
- English speaking guide
- Snowmobile costumes and helmets
- 2 snowmobile guides (forward and below the group)
- Transport: 1 minibus for airport transfer and city tour + 2 cars 4X4 for Day 2 to Day 8
Service does not include:
- Single rooms
- Early check-in
- Travel insurance
- Visa and visa support
- Deposit for snowmobile - 800 $ (if no damages we give it all back)