7 days tour 7


Day 1: Bishkek - Burana - Chon Kemin
Today guests of Kyrgyzstan will get to Bishkek on cars for rent, as our drivers will meet you at Manas International Airport. Then there is going to be a tour along the city with paying attention of such places as Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Ņentral Ala-Too Square, Old Square, National Philharmonic. According to the tour program visitants make a way to Burana Tower, created in the 11th century. Pay attention to what stands around, these are balbals or warriors made of stone. Then our group gets to Chon Kemin gorge and spends time hiking, climbing and just enjoying pure and clean nature. Local citizens will give dinner for you, with the night to be organized at their place. 

Day 2: Chon Kemin - Issyk Kul lake northern shore - Karakol
Issyk Kul lake is located at the height of 1608m above sea level. It is salty and if you come here in winter you can notice it never freezes. The lake is said to be the pearl of entire Central Asia, located in the very heart of mountains. Then we visit Karakol town and see its peculiar locations as the Dungan mosque and the Orthodox Church. Both are created without nails and metal with the first one being of the Chinese style. Both locations are made out of wood. Night will be in the boarding house.

Day 3: Karakol - Jeti Oguz
Guests travel along rather famous sightseeing and being in Jeti Oguz gorge they make sure of it to resemble 7 bulls standing side by side. Near it there an amazing mountain in the form of broken heart with the name Broken Heart Mountain. Visitants can get to the top of it in 20 minutes and have a look of panorama views. Night will be in yurts, national dwellings. At the same time guests are offered to try national drink Kumis and immerse in traditional life of the nomad completely.

Day 4: Jeti Oguz - Issyk Kul southern shore - Kochkor
Being in Kochkor guests have a choice to comminunicate with eagle-hunters and have a look of their skills of hunting with eagles. They know each other from the very childhood of an eagle. The eagle is usually taken from the nest in the form of an egg, with spending entire life side by side with a hunter. The way to the village is laid along the views of Issyk Kul lake and Bokonbaeva village. Night will be in the home of the local dweller.

Day 5: Kochkor - Tash Rabat
Tash Rabat Caravanserai is also known to be Stone Castle, mainly created in the 14th century. This castle was one of the locations for the people who travel along the Great Silk Road in the past. Tash Rabat is built just of stones, in the very mountain for no one to escape as it is considered to be a prison in the past. Also there are 31 rooms used as cells, with thick walls, about 1m. Night will be in yurts. 

Day 6: Tash Rabat - Kochkor - Bishkek
There is a village in Kyrgyzstan which is famous for carpets creation - Kochkor village. Being here guests usually communicate with the local dwellers. They show skills of felt carpets creation. They have a museum where many of interesting things are put, most of them being handicraft. Night will be in the hotel, as we return back to Bishkek in the second part of the day.

Day 7: Flight
Morning transfer to airport. 

 

Transport:
02 pax - Mitsubishi Delica
04-10 pax - Mercedes Sprinter

Price per person:
02 pax - 775 $
04 pax - 500 $
06 pax - 380 $
08 pax - 320 $
10 pax - 285 $
Single - 130 $

Early check-in - 35 $
Single early check-in - 60 $  

English speaking guide - 465 $ per group 

All dinners included- 90 $
All lunches and dinners included- 180 $ 

2 people in one yurt (now 4 pax) - 25 $ per person 

Service includes:
- Transport
- Accommodation:
      Chon Kemin - Homestay
      Karakol - "Karagat" Hotel 4* or "Green Yard" Boutique Hotel
      Jeti Oguz - Yurts (4 pax in 1)
      Kochkor - Homestay
      Tash Rabat - Yurts (4 pax in 1)
      Bishkek - "Discovery" 3* or "Garden" 4*
- Entrance tickets to all museums
- Mineral water supply during the tour 

Service does not include:
- Visa
- Meals
- Single rooms
- Early check-in
- Travel insurance
- English speaking guide