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Arrival in Bishkek. Lunch in Bishkek, departure to Issyk-Kul, pearl of celestial mountains. On the way, stop in the city of Tokmok, where we will visit the historical and architectural complex of Burana. Photo stop in Boom gorge. Arrival in the city of Cholpon-ata, check in at the hotel, free time for dinner.
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit KC “Ruh Ordo”, then departure to Chon Kemin National Park. Accommodation at the guest house and lunch. Free time, walk in the national park. In the evening, participate in the preparation of the main dish – Sugolok, together with the locals.
Breakfast in the guest house. Departure to Bishkek, participation in the cultural entertainment program in the main square of the country, in honor of the holiday Nooruz. Hotel accommodation. Lunch at a local cafe. City tour of the city. Free time. Dinner at the Supara ethnical complex.
Breakfast at the hotel. Airport transfer.
Nooruz is celebrated on March 21, on the day of the spring equinox, and marks the beginning of a new year. This holiday is also celebrated in countries such as Azerbaijan, Albania, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan and others. National dishes are set on the table covered with an elegant white cloth, and the bag is a mandatory attribute of the solemn meal. Bag made from sprouted wheat grains. The whole holiday is accompanied by festivals, national games and dances. We invite you to plunge into the festive atmosphere of spring with our company!
Bishkek is the capital of Kyrgyzstan, located at the foot of the Tien Shan mountains in Central Asia. From here you can reach the Ala-Too mountain ranges and the Ala-Archa National Park, famous for its glaciers and wildlife. Cultural centers of the city – the monumental National Museum of Art and the Opera and Ballet Theater, housed in a building with columns. On the central square of Ala-Too, there is a monument to the hero of the Kyrgyz epic, Manas the Noble.
Issyk-Kul (Kirg. Issyk-Kul – “hot lake”) is the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan, without drainage, is among the 30 largest lakes in the world and is in seventh place in the list of the deepest lakes. Located in the northeastern part of the republic, between the ranges of the Northern Tien Shan: Küngöy-Ala-Too and Terskey Ala-Too at an altitude of 1609 m above sea level. The lake is drainless, up to 80 relatively small tributaries flow into it.
The Chon-Kemin gorge and the valley of the same name is a unique natural area, which is located in the northern part of Kyrgyzstan. On the territory of the valley is a national park. Chon-Kemin is remarkable for its length: being a narrow gorge in its eastern part, it gradually expands, forming a wide valley in the central part and again closing itself at the very exit. In its lower part, the valley has a height of 1400 meters, rising to the upper to 2800. The length of the rapid and full-flowing river that flows through the gorge is 116 kilometers, and it is a favorite place for lovers of rafting. In general, any tourist will find a lot of interesting things here: there is a place for the amateur to walk and the bicycle traveler