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I’m Jainagul. My name is translated from Kyrgyz as “abundance of flowers”. Foreigners jokingly call me “bouquet” :)
I love Kyrgyzstan and I love telling about my country and helping people to organize exciting tours!
Tour 1: Tour along Pearl Shore
Duration: 5 days
In short: Bishkek − Ala Archa − Issyk Kul northern shore − Karakol − Bishkek
Day 1: Bishkek – Ala Archa – Bishkek
Our team is glad to meet you in the Manas International Airport as it is the beginning of your tour in Kyrgyzstan. Then there will be the acquaintance with the trip program. As the route from the airport to Bishkek takes about 30 minutes we will have enough time for the discussion of the history of the city and the sites of visiting. The trip will start with the visiting of the Ala Archa Gorge. It is the place of great significance, as in the times of the Soviet Union it was prohibited even to step at the mountains of the country. After everyone has enjoyed the beauty of the gorge, we drive back to Bishkek and go sightseeing. The following sites are recommended for visiting – Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, Old Square, National Philharmonic. Then the group goes to the hotel and spends the night in the booked rooms.
Day 2: Bishkek – Burana – Issyk Kul northern shore
The second day of the trip the team is going to travel to Burana Tower. It is the minaret of the 11th century, bearing the atmosphere of those times, the periods of war and rather complicating relations. Then the route continues to the north of Issyk Kul Lake. The lake is located at the height of 1600m above sea level and is identified as the pearl of the country. Being the lake in the very heart of mountains, where temperatures are low, it never freezes. Make sure in it for yourself! The night will be in the hotel.
Day 3: Issyk Kul lake – Rukh Ordo – Karakol
We are glad to show the lake from all the sides, which means the group is going to see a lot of significant places, known for various events or just due to the location. So, on the way we are going to make a tour to the Rukh Ordo complex. The complex is located in the Issyk Kul region and bears the meaning of the religions being connected with each other. Then everyone turns out to be in the other famous site of Kyrgyzstan, Karakol city. It is known for two main creations: the Dungan mosque and the Orthodox Church. After you have seen the places from all the sites, we take you the boarding house for the night.
Day 4: Karakol – Jeti Oguz – Issyk Kul southern shore – Bishkek
Right from the Karakol city the group makes a tour to the Jeti Oguz gorge. The gorge is peculiar for the shape and the color. Being red the gorge resembles the Bulls standing in a row and watching at you. The name also means “seven bulls”. There are a lot of legends and facts showing us that the ancient people really were trying to describe the emergence of the sites. The next destination is the Bokonbaevo village. Remember, we are still in the Issyk Kul region, but in the south of it for this time. In the village the guests make a view of the eagle hunting show, communicate with the local people and the berkutchi. Also, they have an opportunity to make a photo with an eagle on the hand! Then we return to Bishkek and spend the night in the hotel.
Day 5: Flight
Morning transfer to airport.
02 pax – Mitsubishi Delica
04-10 pax – Mercedes Sprinter
Price per person:
02 pax – 670 $
04 pax – 440 $
06 pax – 355 $
08 pax – 315 $
10 pax – 290 $
Single – 75 $
Early check-in – 35 $
Single early check-in – 60 $
Half board – 60 $
Full board – 120 $
English speaking guide – 310 $ per group
Bishkek – “Discovery” 3* or “Garden” 4*
Issyk Kul – “Karven” Hotel 4*
Karakol – “Karagat” Hotel 4* or “Green Yard” Guesthouse
- Admission tickets to all museums
- Mineral water supply
Service does not include:
- Single rooms
- Early check-in
- Travel insurance
- Visa and visa support
- English speaking guide
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