Tour to Kyrgyzstan

Price: upon request

Map of the route


Duration: 7 days/ 6 nights

Itinerary:  Bishkek – Ala Archa – Bishkek -  Issyk Kul Lake - Semenovskoye – Grigorievskoye – Karakol – Jeti Oguz – Tamga – Kochkor – Bishkek.

Group   Price for 1 person US$
  Double accommodation
2 pax 1128 USD


Price include: Price does not include:
  - Transport;
  - Full board;
  - Accommodation:
     Bishkek – “Green City” Hotel 3;
     Issyk Kul – “Karven” Hotel 4*;
     Karakol – “Green Yard” Guesthouse;
     Tamga – Home stay;
- English speaking guide;
- Entrances to all museums;
- Mineral water during the tour/
   - Single rooms;
   - Early check-in;
   - Travel insurance;
   - Visa and visa support.





Your guide will pick you up at Manas International Airport at 18:55 and accompany you to the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, just a 30-minute drive from the airport. Traditional dinner will be served at 8 p.m. You will spend the night in a hotel.



Bishkek – Ala Archa – Bishkek

The first half of the day is dedicated to a guided tour of Bishkek. It includes visiting Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, Old Square, National Philharmonic, and many others places of interest.

In the afternoon we will visit Ala Archa gorge. It is a Natural Park. At the Soviet Time only V.I.P. people had permission to go for a walk here. The Ala Archa gorge is on a spur of the Tien Shan mountain range. It is just 45 km from Bishkek. You can have a short hiking tour to see a panoramic view of the gorge. Afterwards we return to Bishkek. A traditional dinner will be organized at 7 o’clock. This overnight will be in a hotel.



Bishkek – Issyk Kul Lake

Your guide will pick you up at 8 a.m and you will be transferred to Issyk Kul Lake, surrounded by the celestial mountains. It’s the second largest alpine lake in the world (1608 m. above sea level). The lake is called "the pearl of Central Asia". Due to the salty water, Lake Issyk Kul possesses curative qualities.

On route to the lake you will visit Burana Tower (an 11th century minaret) and an open air museum of Balbans (stone warriors). You will get to enjoy a traditional lunch and then we’ll make our trip to the lake. Your dinner will be in a local restaurant. Night is in a hotel.



Issyk Kul – Semenovskoye – Grigorievskoye – Karakol

The day starts with ancient stone inscriptions (dating back to 800 B.C.) which were made by shamans. Then we will drive along Semenovskoe and Grigorievskoe gorge! These two picturesque gorges are connected at the end. It means you will start driving in at one gorge and will drive out through the other one!

While journeying from one gorge to another you will see yurts and we will stop many times to have a rest and to enjoy Mother Nature.

Then we continue our way along the northern shore of the lake to the town of Karakol. You will visit the Dungan mosque. One of its highlights is the fact that it was built in a Chinese style without using a single metal nail. The mosque will be followed by a visit to an old wooden Orthodox Church. The night is spent in a guesthouse.



Karakol – Jeti Oguz – Tamga

Today we will drive to Jeti Oguz gorge. It’s famous for its red rocks formations that have a name Seven Bulls Jeti Oguz. Also you will see there the Broken Heart Mountain. We will make many photos there and if you want it is possible to go on a top of a mountain (20 minutes) to see a panorama view of the gorge.

You can also have a hike to a mountain waterfall. There are yurts in the gorge and people can offer you to drink Kumis. It is a national drink that is made of mare’s milk, and it is an alcoholic drink as a beer. Dinner will be served in the Tamga guesthouse, where you will also spend the night. We will drive there along the southern shore of Issyk Kul Lake.



Tamga – Kochkor – Bishkek

Today we will drive to Kochkor village. This time we will drive along the southern shore of Issyk Kul Lake. This is a great chance to see the whole lake from all sights. We will have a break in Bokonbaeva village, where we meet a local eagle-hunter.

He hunts hares and foxes with the help of eagles (traditional way of nomads hunting). At the Kochkorka village you will meet a family that will show you the way of how national woolen felt carpets are produced. You even can create your own carpet together with them. Then you will be transferred to Bishkek. Night is in a hotel.




In the morning is transfer to airport.

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