Trip and travel Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tours: 2009 Travel
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 10 days
On day 1. You have a flight to Bishkek, the agreement at the hotel, have dinner. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the hotel.
On day 2. Continue to Lake Issyk-kul'skomu of Karakol. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in comfortable private apartment.
On day 3. After breakfast we go to Karakol Valley. Lunch on the road. The arrival of the gorge that leads to Lake Kryla-Kel. Over night in tent.
On day 4. You must travel from Lake Alakolja. Sights. Over night in tent.
Day 5. The day begins with breakfast building. Trekking for Passage Крыла-Kul (3600 m) you will spend the night in the tent.
Day 6. You - trip to Altyn-Arashan valley. Over night in tent.
On day 7. Day free. Trekking hot mineral веснами Altyn-Arashan Valley. Over night in tent.
On day 8. After breakfast we Altyn Arashan Valley. Go to Karakol. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the hotel.
Day 9. Go to Bishkek. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the hotel.
10 days. Your guide will meet in the hotel and accompany you to the airport "Manas".


The river length of 34 kilometers, originates from the glaciers and flows into the lake of Issyk-Kul Lake, passing through the three small lakes, including Suttuu-Bulak (which means "milky Spring"). Jailoo historically been used as a meeting place for kyrgyzskih elders. Gelle Carague Gorge - Forest with meadows and waterfalls multikaskadnymi. Here, from June to September is "Yurt Village", which offers a wide range of services. Half of these tents is available for guests, and the other half lives of several local families who provide services, entertainment, etc. Here guests have the chance to experience authentic, traditional, element kyrgyzskogo nomadic lifestyle. Yurts are traditional all - you will not sleep on beds, and on the floor. Unfortunately, this also means that the toilets, washing facilities and so on, and traditional. The lack of modern conveniences, however, is more than compensated by the fact that you can offer. You can take the horses on the rolling, semi-wild yaks face, you will demonstrate a variety of crafts and horsemanship. You can listen to traditional music, singing "manaschy" telling excerpts from the epic poem "Manas", try the traditional food, drink koumiss and even participate in the installation of the yurt.