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Border Zone Permits in Kyrgyzstan

If you’re an independent traveler and you're looking to see some of the wildest places in Kyrgyzstan you will need to get a board zone permit, information about the current conditions, transpiration, and a safety plan just in case something goes wrong.  The most popular place for trekking / jeep tours would be the Engilchek Glacier, Sary Jaz River, Ak-Shyirak mountain range, Kol Suu River, Peak Lenin base camp, Karavshin (kara-su valley), ext. 

The price per person is 50 dollars and I will book the rest of your tour.  I can book the hotels, jeeps, and connect you to some really amazing people. In addition, I can be your safety contact to help you if something happens.  I will also give you maps and local advice about river crossings and consult you about your tour. 

I need a full copy of your passport at least 14 working days before the start of the tour and half the cost of the permit before the permit is made. 

The copy of your passport needs to be clear.  

Tour Extention: 

It's possible to extend this day tour with other tours in the Bishkek area or a small part of a bigger tour throughout Kyrgyzstan.  If you were to add horseback riding in SonKul that would be amazing or a jeep tour to Kol Suu you would be blown away from the realness of Naryn!

Testimonials From My Clients:

Setting up our trip to explore some of the Kyrgyz Mountains was not easy. Having set ourselves the objective of ski touring in the Ak-Shirak (Tien Shan) range, we needed to get there. Alex helped us by connecting us with all the right people and the logistics from Bishkek to the start of our adventure.  Taking into account the amount of luggage we had and road conditions in early spring it was vital to count of a reliable and serious service. He also obtained our border permits in time, which we needed to pass near the Chinese border and access the remote mountains. We were also put in touch with the helicopter service in case of an emergency.  It was an unforgettable experience and allowed us to climb and ski some first descents.

Rob 28 British / Spanish 

Number of days: 1
Included services:
Guide
Breakfast
Lunch/Dinner
Beverages (non-alcoholic)
Car (with driver)
Fuel, Petrol
Bus/train tickets
Domestic flight tickets
Entrance fees (i.e. parks, events)
Accommodation (Homestay)
Accommodation (Hotel)
Not included: ● International flights ● Visas (if applicable) ● Travel insurance ● Repatriation insurance ● Alcoholic beverages ● Tips (always optional, but always appreciated) ● Personal expenses ● Any charged activity not mentioned in the program ● International banking fees
What to bring: ● Travel bag (70-80L) ● Light hiking backpack (20-30L max) ● Sunglasses ● 50+ sun cream ● Hat / Beanie ● Personal hygiene set ● Hiking shoes ● Warm clothes for cold evenings ● Summer clothing Light fleece ● Light gloves Scarf ● Silk inlet ● Rain cloak ● Camera + batteries ● Bathing suit Towel ●Your good mood
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