Trips and tours in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tours: 1912 Travel
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 9 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. Ship Valley Shamsi. Lunch on the road. I will eat Tujuk Valley. Over night in tent.
On day 3. The day begins with breakfast building. Trekking for over Tujuk (3700 m). Over night in tent.
On day 4. In the morning you will be trekking in Tujuk Passage. Traveling with no March meeting called for Kel-Lac-rock. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the tent.
Day 5. In the morning I will be trekking Polosaty Passage. Lunch on the road. Over night in tent.
Day 6. You - Kegety trekking along gorges. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the tent.
On day 7. After breakfast, trekking in Kegety throat. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the tent.
On day 8. The day begins with breakfast building. Go to Bishkek. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the hotel.
Day 9. Your guide will meet in the hotel and accompany you to the airport "Manas".



  During the war in the Ak-TYuZe mined lead. In 1948 the mine was bricked. In their place rose tailing red color - color of the metal concentrate and three towers, surrounded by concrete pillars topped with barbed wire. The construction is decorated with a sign "No Trespassing."
 The mountains surrounding Ak-Tuz, hiding in its bosom almost the entire periodic table.
 Planned to create a ski area. Imported equipment.
Ak-Terek mound. Located on the left bank of the river Ak-Terek (Ton District, Issyk-Kul), in the northern part of the village of Kyzyl-Tuu. The plan - a square fort, the length of sides 54 x 54 m walls reinforced with towers. The cultural layer of small thickness. The finds are pottery X - XII centuries. The Settlement was the strengthening of the trade route that runs along the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul. Now under development is the village of Kyzyl-Tuu. Surveyed in 1962 by DF Vinnik.