Wild Kyrgyzstan

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1,350 (incl. VAT) / Per Person

  • Tour Duration 10 days
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Min number of people 7
  • Max number of people 14
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Do you want to discover Kyrgyzstan in an active way, with many outdoor activities, the wilderness, as well as the cultural heritage and history? Then this trip is definitely something for you!
This trip will lead you through the Tien Shan Mountains where you will be immersed in the ancient Nomadic culture and the horse riding tradition.

Locations you will visit

  • Bishkek
  • Bokonbaevo
  • Son Kol
  • Tash Rabat
  • Chatyr Kul
  • Naryn


  • TWIN/DBL room in 3* hotels/guesthouse/yurt/host family
  • Full board
  • Accompanying English speaking cultural and walking guide
  • Horses and local horsemen
  • Entrance tickets to the sites, listed in the program
  • Transport (depends on the number of travellers) and driver services
  • Culinary workshop in Bishkek (Lagman)
  • Photoshooting with the Eagle Hunter
  • Felt making workshop
  • Yurt building

Not included

  • International air tickets
  • Alcohol and soft drinks
  • Surcharge for special requests on meals and services
  • Entrance fees, transport service, permits and guide service during free time
  • Rental of personal equipment (sleeping bag, water bottle, flashlight, etc.)
  • Insurances
  • Tips (always optional, always appreciated)
  • Visas (if applicable) & any other administrative costs
  • Fees for video and photo shooting
  • Surcharge for public holidays

Your Itinerary – in Brief:

Day 1: Arrival in Bishkek
Day 2: Burana Tower – Issyk Kul (295 km)
Day 3: kazka – Barskoon (150 km)
Day 4: Son Kul (225 km)
Day 5: Son Kul Lake
Day 6: Tien Shan Mountains (220 km)
Day 7: Tash Rabat (130 km)
Day 8: Tash Rabat
Day 9: Bishkek (340 km)
Day 10: Bishkek – Departure

Day 1Arrival in Bishkek

Arrival in Bishkek. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel for rest.

• Afternoon meeting with and briefing by the guide
Lunch at Faiza, the oldest café in the city
• Bishkek city tour: discover the city centre, parks and monuments
• Drive to the city panorama for a short walk in the hills
Dinner in an authentic restaurant

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 2Burana Tower - Issyk Kul (295 km)

Breakfast at the hotel.

• Meeting at 8.30 a.m. before departure
• Visit to the Burana Tower, on the ruins of the ancient Karakhanid’s capital
Lunch in the Boom Gorge
• Short walk in Konorchek canyon
• Arrival at Aida’s place on the south coast of Issyk Kul, the second largest
mountain lake in the world (1600m)
• Free time: discover the place, go swimming, play, …
Dinner at the yurt camp

Overnight stay in a private yurt.

Day 3Skazka - Barskoon (150 km)

Breakfast at the yurt camp.

• In the morning we visit the red gorges of Skazka (fairytale canyon), a paradise for
• After this visit we meet Kadyrdyn, one of the last eagle hunters, who will show us
how he trains his Golden eagle in hunting
Picnic on the beach of Issyk Kul (swimming possibility)
• Valley of Barskoon, covered with Tien Shan pine trees
• Short walk to a nearby waterfall
• Return to the yurt camp
Dinner at the yurt camp

Overnight stay in a private yurt.

Day 4Son Kul (225 km)

Breakfast at the yurt camp.

• Visit to the yurt makers and their workshops where we build a real Kyrgyz yurt
• In the village of Kotchkor we visit the women’s cooperative where we learn how
to produce the famous Shyrdaks (felt carpets – UNESCO)
Lunch in the cooperative
• Drive to Kalmak-Ashuu for a walk down the lake
• Arrival at Bakyt’s, our new yurt camp at 3016 m
• Free time: discover the surroundings, collect and milk the cows, look at the
fascinating lake, play with the children, …
Dinner at the yurt camp

Overnight stay in a private yurt.

Day 5Son Kul Lake

Breakfast at the yurt camp.

• Day of horseback riding in the wide meadows, covered by Edelweiss, around the
Lake of Son Kul. This is the opportunity for you to ride a horse between the
grazing cattle and the scattered yurts and shepherds.
• Possibility to stay with the family and get to know the customs of the Kyrgyz
Nomadic lifestyle on the meadows or to go hiking on the foothills of the
mountain and look for old rock carvings.
Dinner at the yurt camp

During the day break for lunch.

Overnight stay in a private yurt.

Optional : Different Nomadic horse games show = USD 100 per group.
NOTE: if you prefer walking to horseback riding, this is also possible.

Day 6Tien Shan Mountains (220 km)

Breakfast at the yurt camp.

• 8 a.m. departure for the Moldo-Ashuu pass
• Short walk to a beautiful panorama where we discover the valley of the Naryn
• We drive further through the Tien Shan Mountains
• Visit of XVIII and XIX century mausoleums
Lunch in the oasis of Baetov
• We cross the mountains via the MELS-Pass
• Arrival in Kyzyl Tuu village populated by shepherds and their herds and where we
settle in with a host family.
• Walk through the village at an altitude of 2.500 metres where you can get to
know the daily life of the village and its inhabitants
Dinner with the host family

Overnight stay in a common room.

Day 7Tash Rabat (130 km)

Breakfast with the host family.

• Short transfer by car for a walk in the valley of Shyrykti
• The walk takes about 6 hours and crosses the pass of Kum Bel (3500 m) with
many yurts and shepherds along the way
• Crossing the pass, we discover the valley of Tash Rabat where we arrive on foot
like the caravans of the Silk Road in the XV century
• Visit to the caravanserai, the highest in the world at 3200 m and the last one on
its way to China
• We will be accommodated in the yurt camp of Nazira where we can enjoy a
beautiful Russian banya
Dinner at the yurt camp

During the day break for lunch.

Overnight stay in a private yurt.

Day 8Tash Rabat

Breakfast at the yurt camp.

• A whole day in the valley of Tash Rabat
• History lovers can learn more about the caravanserai and the history of the Silk
• Horseback riding enthusiasts can enjoy one last riding lesson in the valley
(optional = USD 30 per person)
• The most sporty travelers can walk 8 hours to the Tash Rabat Pass, at 4100 m
and enjoy a beautiful panorama of Lake Chatyr Kul and the Chinese border
• At the end of the day we drive back to the city of Naryn, where we are
accommodated in a comfortable guesthouse
Dinner in a restaurant

During the day break for lunch.

Overnight stay in a private room in the guesthouse.

Day 9Bishkek (340 km)

Breakfast at the guesthouse.

• Return to Bishkek
• We arrive in the afternoon and still have time for the last souvenirs
• At 19.00 hours an authentic Kyrgyz cooking class where the cook will introduce
you to the secrets of some of the best Central Asian dishes
• The cooking class is also the dinner

During the day break for lunch.

Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 10Bishkek - Departure

Departure. The local partner will take you to the airport.

Kyrgyzstan officially the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyz: Кыргыз Республикасы, romanized: Kırğız Respublikası; ), is a country in Central Asia. Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country with mountainous terrain. It is bordered by Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west and southwest, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the east. Its capital and largest city is Bishkek. Kyrgyzstan's recorded history spans over 2,000 years, encompassing a variety of cultures and empires. Although geographically isolated by its highly mountainous terrain, which has helped preserve its ancient culture, Kyrgyzstan has been at the crossroads of several great civilizations as part of the Silk Road and other commercial and cultural routes. Though long inhabited by a succession of independent tribes and clans, Kyrgyzstan has periodically fallen under foreign domination and attained sovereignty as a nation-state only after the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. The nation's largest ethnic group are the Kyrgyz, a Turkic people, who comprise (73.3%) of the population. Other ethnic groups include Russians (5.6%) concentrated in the north and Uzbeks (14.6%) living in the south. Small but noticeable minorities include Dungans (1.1%), Uyghurs (1.1%), Tajiks (1.1%), Kazakhs (0.7%), and Ukrainians (0.5%) and other smaller ethnic minorities (1.7%). The country has over 80 ethnic groups.
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