Bishkek transfer to Kyzart by car minivan 7-seater. On the way we organize picnic rest. The driving time around 5-6 hours. Accommodation and dinner in a guesthouse, Kyzart.
After breakfast our tour starts from Kyzart with a local rider to the Kilemche valley through the Bazaar Turuk. Where you will enjoy by nature and the beautiful mountains. For the lunch you will have a picnic. Dinner and accommodation will be in the yurt camp. Duration of horse riding 4-5 hours.
After breakfast, we continue our journey from the Kilemche valley through the Zhalgyz Karagai pass 3400m far from the lake Son Kul, where you will enjoy the nature and impressive moments of the valley. You will discover nomadic life and kyrgyz culture at the Son Kul Lake. Lunch and free time. Dinner and accommodation in the yurt camp. Duration of horse riding 4-5 hours.
After breakfast from Son Kul lake we will return to the village of Kyzart through the Tuz Ashuu pass, where you will enjoy with the nature and beautiful view. Lunch in the village of Kyzart. The end of the tour. We will transfer you to Bishkek by car minivan 7-seater.
Information about Guide Shekerbek
Hello! My name is Shekerbek. I was born in the Kyzart village, Naryn near the beautiful mountain lake Son Kul. Last 3 years I promote and work ecotourism and I am owner of yurt camp in the Kilemche valley, Son Lake and I have quest house in the village Kyzart.
I invite you to enjoy with me the horse ridning on the Mountains of Naryn!
Son-Kul is a mountain lake of Tien Shan. One version of the translation of the name sounds like “Last Lake”.
Son-Kul is the second largest lake in Kyrgyzstan, located at an altitude of 3016 meters above sea level, 29 km long and 18 km wide. The maximum depth of the lake is 13.2 meters. The average water temperature is -3.5 ° C, and in summer the water warms up to 11 ° C. The temperature of the lake in winter drops to -20 ° C. 200 days a year, the lake is covered with snow and in winter it is almost impossible to climb to it. Unlike Issyk-Kul, Son-Kul freezes and is covered with ice from September to June. The lake lies on a mountain plain surrounded by meadows (jailoo). Meadows are used as pasture for animals from the most ancient times, as evidenced by the rock paintings found on the shore of the lake. Shepherds bring livestock to the lake for the summer and families live in yurts (the traditional dwelling of the Kyrgyz from felt). Four roads lead to the lake. One through Sary-Bulak in the northeast, the second lies through the serpentine road in the southeast, the third runs through Ak-Tal in the south-west and the fourth passes by the coal mines of Kara-Keche in the north-west.