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Arrival in Bishkek. Hotel accommodation. (Early accommodation and breakfast, in case of early arrival). Lunch at a local cafe. City tour (Ala Too Square, Historical Museum, Government House, Oak Park, Opera and Ballet Theater, Victory Square). Dinner at the Supara Chunkurchak ethnocomplex.
Breakfast in the hotel. Movement to the Chon-Kemin valley, on the way visit to the historical complex of Buran (Karakhanids XI-XII). Accommodation in the guest house and lunch. Traditions and games were part of the nomadic way of life and were centered around the family: the wedding, the birth of a child, death. We start in chronology and the first tradition will be “Tushoo Kesuu” – cutting the put – the usual thread – on the child’s feet on its anniversary: a new family member takes the first independent steps in front of all relatives. Dinner at the guest house.
Breakfast in the guest house. Moving in the direction of the pearl of Tien Shan to the Issyk-Kul lake, namely to the city of Cholpon-Ata, along the path of the photo stop in Boom gorge. Accommodation at the hotel on the pearl shore. Lunch at a local cafe. After lunch, departure to the picturesque jailoo Kyrchyn where World Nomad Games were organized. Where do you see one of the ancient contests at Chabysh, jumps on distillations and lasso tartysh, tug of war. Arriving in the city, and visiting KC “Ruh Ordo”. Dinner at a local cafe.
Breakfast in the hotel. Movement to the city of Karakol. Arrival in the city, mini city tour, hotel accommodation, lunch. Departure to the highland gorge Altyn-Arashan, which by its unique appearance will not leave you indifferent. Demonstration of shooting from the traditional bow, where of course you will participate. Dinner at a local cafe.
Breakfast in the hotel. City tour. Movement to the town Kochkor. On the way, visit the village of Jeti-Oguz, which means “Seven Bulls” because of the interesting forms of the hills of this village, resembling bull heads. The next item is the village of Bokonbaevo, where we see an ancient species of falconry and eagle hunting, Salbuurun. In the same place we will have a dinner, at a local family. After lunch, stop in the village of Kyzyl-Tuu, where local residents are focused on making Kyrgyz yurt-boz ui. Arrival in Kochkor, showing the production of felt carpets, accommodation in the guest house and dinner.
Movement to the high-mountainous Son-Kul lake, where against its background in all its glory the cultural heritage of the nomads will be presented in the form of their small ancient settlement. Arrival, accommodation in the yurt camp, lunch. The national game of Kok-Bor, where the horsemen are fighting for the goat’s carcass – it is necessary not only to take possession of it, but also to hold it and then throw the opposing team into the “cauldron”. Dinner around the campfire, along with well-known representatives of the culture of the country, who will share with you interesting knowledge about the traditions and games of nomads.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner in the yurt camp. Day of rest and harmony. Free time.
Breakfast in the yurt camp. Moving to the highland village of Kazarman, which stands as a keeper to the sacred petroglyphs of Saimaluu Tash. Arrival, accommodation in the guest house, lunch. Meet the locals, their livelihoods. Dinner at the guest house.
Breakfast in the guest house. Moving to the “southern capital” of Osh, which has a sacred significance, which is also known as the city of Toevi, that is, weddings. On the way visit the city of Jalal-Abad, where there will be lunch, as well as the historic complex of Uzgen (XI-XII). Arrival in the city, accommodation at the hotel, participation in the solemn wedding, which is held in the restaurant, where, respectively, will be your dinner.
Breakfast in the hotel. City tour of the city (Sulaiman-Too. Museum of local lore, ethnographic complex Alymbek Datka, Administration, Central Square). Lunch at a local cafe. Osh Bazaar. Departure to Bishkek. Transfer to the hotel. Folk dinner.
Breakfast in the hotel. Airport transfer to Bishkek
One of the main foundations of national life are traditions and games. In the land of the heavenly mountains, in the land of freedom-loving and proud people, these words acquire even more outlines and colors. Brave horsemen deftly ride on their fast as lightning horses, wrestlers seem to take their power straight from the bowels of the earth, beauty comparable to the sun and moon girls sing and make shyrdak (carpet). We invite you to get to know our country through our games and traditions.
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.
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.
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.