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Despite the fact that Kyrgyzstan is a small country but it has a lot of amazing places. Make the best bookings for Kyrgyzstan tour to discover the mountains, Silk Road relics, pictures que canyons, hundreds of alpine crystal clear lakes, and broad green valleys that make this country a top destination. Most people come to Kyrgyzstan basically to see the mountains, high peaks, which are considering that 94% of Kyrgyzstan is covered in mountains. The massive Tian Shan range covers a lot of Kyrgyzstan, with its tallest peaks reaching over 7,000 m (22,965 ft).                                                                                      

  So you can visit Kyrgyzstan any time of the year and have a great travel experience. In spring and autumn, you can see the main cultural sights with nice weather, in summertime – enjoy rest by the famous Issyk-Kul lake, and in winter - take a trip to the ski-resorts near.

 

Day 1. Bishkek -Jyrgalang

Arrival to Bishkek. You will be met by our driver and transferred to the hotel. You will be given free time for a walk around Bishkek. If you want, we can organize a trip to different sightseeings and museums.

 

Jyrgalan rests in a breathtaking corner of Issyk Kuls' Tien-Shan border with China, an hour from Karakols' ski slopes and provides a haven for the young and strong, but also for the families, representing all generations. We invite you to discover the beautiful valley Jyrgalan, which is located is the Eastern part of the Issyk Kul region 60 km from Karakol city  with  lot guest houses.

Day 2. Jyrgalang - Kel Suu

Kel-Suu is an alpine lake in the At-Bashi District of Naryn Province of southeastern Kyrgyzstan. It is located at 3500 m elevation in the Kurumduk Valley which means “the preserved valley” of the Tian Shan mountains. Lake Kel-Suu is straddled by sheer cliffs on one side and the Sary-Beles mountain (4,726 meters high) to the east. It was only recently formed by a landslide in the 1980’s. It varies in width from approximately 800 meters down to only a 100 narrow meters in places. The lake is fed and drained by the Kurumduk River, a left tributary of the Kok-Kyya River.

Day 3  Kel Suu - Tash Rabat.

Tash Rabat is a well-preserved 15th century stone caravanserai in At Bashy district, Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan located at an altitude of 3,200 meters. Tash Rabat is located somewhat east of the main north-south highway. The structure consists of 31 rooms, including chambers in the central hall. The rooms are dome-shaped; transition from a quadrangular frame to a dome is done using a squinch. Tash Rabat is completely made of crushed stone on clay mortar with gypsum mortar sealing joints.[3]

Day 4. Tash Rabat - Son Kul

Son-Kul Lake (also Song-Kul, Son-Köl, Sonkul, etc.) is the second largest lake in Kyrgyzstan, located in Naryn Region about 280 kilometers from Bishkek, and located at an altitude of 3000 meters in a large inter-mountain valley, surrounded from the north by the Sonkul-Too Ridge and the Moldo-Too Ridge from the south. The lake is cold and quite deep – the maximum depth of the lake is 14 meters. Son-Kul freezes approximately in mid-November and melts only by mid-April. Due to the high altitude, there are no trees, only low hard grass and edelweiss can grow in these conditions.

Day 5. Son Kul – Kazarman

The village of Kazarman is best visited from mid-July to mid-August due to heavy snowfalls that can start as early as September. Kazarman has a population of roughly 15,000.  There are a lot of villages as Makmal Gold Mine, although it’s no longer in use.  However, the village’s real claim to fame is the nearby petro glyph museum called Saimaluu Tash that’s extremely popular with travelers in Kyrgyzstan.  Saimaluu Tash (3,200 m) is a petroglyph site that contains over 10,000 carved drawings.  The petroglyphs are estimated to date as far back as 2,000BC up through the Middle Ages. 

Day 6. Kazarman – Arslanbob

Arslonbob  is a village, sub district, valley, mountain range, and a large wild walnut forest in the Jalal-Abad, region of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan's first known export to Europe was the Arslanbob walnut. Two waterfalls are located in the area which attract tourists, pilgrims and other visitors during the spring and summer months.  CBT is the main provider of tours and homestays. In the homestay, you will experience traditional Uzbek hospitality and be fed mountains of food. The tours provided are hiking tours, horse riding tours, ski tours and sightseeing tours of the surrounding orchards, caves and waterfalls.  

Day 7. Arslanbob – Osh

Osh is the second largest city in Kyrgyzstan, and is reputedly 3,000 years old. Archaeologists have found artifacts dating back to the fifth century B.C. There are several legends about the origin of the city  including claims to having been founded by Solomon or Alexander the Great. Osh has long been a central city in the Fergana Valley. Osh has also been historically significant in many different eras, from being home to a large bazaar to being the birthplace of Kurmanjan Datka.                    Here we can offer you a variety of options: a food tour, visit to bazar,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Included equipment: child seat
Transport: SUV 4x4
Car model and year: Toyota Land Cruiser 2003-2007. Mersedes Sprinter, Mitsubishi Pajero
4wd: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes
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