7 days

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Itinerary: Bishkek > Bokonbaeva > Barskoon > Syrte Arabel > Djuuku valley > Karakol city > Bishkek.

Level: Medium

Equipments: Camping equipments

Price per person in USD

2 – 3 persons 995 $/per
4 – 5 persons 695 $/per
6 – 7 persons 585 $/per
8 – 9 persons 565 $/per
10 – 12 persons 520 $/per

Price includes ;Price does not include ;
  • The management in Bishkek,
  • All transfers by car,
  • Tour guides speaking English,
  • Equestrian Guide,
  • Accommodation & Meals,
  • Admissions to the museums mentioned in the program,
  • Camp equipment rental,
  • Horses Rental.
  • Travel Insurance,
  • International air tickets,
  • Alcohol and mineral water,
  • Bank transfer fees,
  • Additional costs not mentioned in the program.

Notes :

  • The visa is not required for Swiss nationals, EU, Canadian and Japanese passport with at least 6 months valid for a period do not exceed 60 days. No mandatory vaccine.
  • Payment of the trip, please read it in the Term&Conditions.
  • Equipment for the trip, please read it in the Term&Conditions.
  • Provide your personal medicament because the guide has only a basic pharmacy. Medicament for stomach, head ache, cold, external wounds.
  • To do this trekking, you have to be experienced riders.

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Program :


Day 1 / Bishkek – Bokonbaeva:

Meeting at the Manas airport with guide translator and driver. Transfer to the guest house for a little rest. Lunch and briefing in a local restaurant. After our meal, we are heading to Issyk-Kul Lake. Issyk-Kul Lake is the world’s second largest salt lake after Caspian and is 1609m above sea level. The lake never freezes ( hence the name ), even though surrounded by mountains. 4-hours of driving to the village of Bokonbaeva. Driving along the Yssyk-Kul Lake with a beautiful view. Arrival and accommodation in a yurt camp. The yurts are still used by shepherds in summer and for all year round for traditional events. Meeting with the eagle hunter. Hunting with the eagle is an ancient tradition that dates back to the Mongol conquest of Central Asia around 12th and 13th centuries. Dinner and overnight in a yurt near Issyk-Kul Lake.

Day 2 / Bokonbaeva – Syrte Arabel (over 3500 m.):

After breakfast, we take our vehicle to reach the horses and equestrian guide. We start riding a horse from the pass of Barskoon, we will ride on the in the great valley of Syrte Arabel. We reach the turquoise mountain lakes. Camping near the lake. Dinner and Overnight.

Day 3 / Horse Riding in Djuuku:

Day of exploring Djuuku valley. The authenticity and the various of the valley will amaze you during the exploring the nature. After camping we descend to the Djuuku Valley. Crossing the pass Djuuku 3600 m. Picnic. Reach the beautiful Jashul Kol lake. We camp in the valley Djuuku near the big stone. Installation of the camp. Making the fire. Dinner and Overnight at 2400m.

Day 4 / Horse riding to Juukuchak:

In the morning we take our horses and we continue by the valley Djuuku. On the road we stop to the yurts of shepherds people to taste natural meals. Few minutes of hiking in a green nature after a restful bath. Camping facility. Dinner and overnight.

Day 5 / Horse riding to Juukuchak valley:

After breakfast hiking to the pass of Ashu Kashkasuu 3650 m. Charming view from the pass of the nature of Kyrgyzstan. We pass by the Kyrgyz jungle. In Juukuchak valley are so many shepherds who pasturing their animals and live nomadically in a yurt eating only natural products available to get in a mountainous condition. Picnic on the nature with a beautiful view. Camping. Overnight and dinner.

Day 6 / Swimming in hot spring – Karakol:

Enjoying the scenery of kyrgyz mountains. We descent by this valley. Arrival to natural hot spring. The water in the springs are enriched with radon and has a temperature of 50˚C. Swimming pool. Than we join our car to get to Karakol. We will visit the Orthodox wooden church (XIX c.). The church is amazing and it still keeps the role of a spiritual centre for Orthodox Christians in Kyrgyzstan. The whole building was carved by Russian carpenters without nails. Visit also the Dungan mosque of nineteenth century. Dungan are people from China who have Islam religion.

Day 7 / Transfer Karakol to Bishkek:

After breakfast move to the capital of Kyrgyzstan. OLunch on the way in a local restaurant. In Bishkek free time to stroll and shop in a huge lively and colorful market “Osh bazaar”. Osh bazaar is a crowded, overwhelming, loud and cheap market in the centre of Bishkek where you can find almost anything. Transfer to airport. End of service!

Tour Reviews

5 based on 4 reviews
5 out of 5

Excellent tour for my first time in Kirgizistan. It as very well organised. Akay is a great and funny guide. It was easy to communicate with him. Thank you very much!

5 out of 5

Amazing trip with Akay who is an excellent guide. We had a lot of fun, discovered some incredible places and people. The trip was very well organized. Thank you very much Akay.
An adventure I will remember all my life!

5 out of 5

Trip very well organized. Friendly guides. Wonderful landscapes and moments shared with our friends and guides. To redo without hesitation !

5 out of 5

An unforgettable first time in Kirghizistan with amazing landscapes and meetings with local people. The trip was very well organized. Thank you to our very nice guide Akay!!

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