KG-21: Tour Oriental Hospitality | 6 days
$346.00 – $926.00
Life in a snowy mountainous landscape created a tradition of a deep connection between man and nature. We will embark on a journey that focuses on the development of the nomadic culture of the Kyrgyz people amidst the plains and mountain ranges of Central Asia. We will see wild landscapes and heritage sites along the Silk Road, and meet nomads living in yurts and preserving the hospitality culture of the ancient Kyrgyz people.
Number of days not including flights – 6 days
The vehicle that will accompany us during the trip: Mercedes Sprinter. comfortable, air-conditioned, and suitable for transporting passengers on rough mountainous roads, air-conditioned, and suitable for transporting passengers on rough mountainous roads.
Tour rates– vary according to the number of passengers.
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Day 1|| Manas Airport – Bishkek – Osh Bazaar
Landing in Manas airport in Bishkek, visa procedures, money exchange, meeting the local tour guide, arrival at the hotel, assignment of rooms, and around three hours free time for rest. Lunch at a local restaurant where we will enjoy the national Kyrgyz cuisine. After lunch, we will tour the main circle where Manas’ statue is placed, as well as Victory Square, Ala-Too Square, the Parliament Building, the Opera and Ballet Theater, and Panfilov Park. After the tour, we will return to the hotel for dinner.
Lodgings – Hotel in Bishkek.
Day 2: Bishkek-Too Ashuu Pass- Suusamyr Valley-Chychkan Gorge-Chychkan Village
After breakfast, we will leave Bishkek and climb to a height of 3400 meters, through the Toos Ashuu Pass. We will pass 2.2 km-long tunnels, picturesque landscapes that only Kyrgyzstan can offer, the lush greenery of the Suusamyr Valley, wildlife, yurts, and nomads. We will continue to the Chychkan Gorge and arrive at our accommodation in Chychkan village.
Lodgings– Hotel/guest house in Chulpan Ata.
Day 3 – Chychkan village – Jalalabat – Arslanbob village
After breakfast, we will continue to Jalalabad. We will admire the largest water reservoir in Kyrgyzstan – the Toktogul Dam, which receives the waters of the Naryn River for the operation of the Toktogul Hydroelectric station. We will continue to Arslanbob village. Arslanbob is situated next to a holy walnut forest, one of the largest walnut forests in the world. The trees, some of which are 1000 years old, can reach a height of 30 meters.
Lodgings –with a local family in Arslanbob, with outdoor toilets and showers.
Day 4: Arslanbob village
We will dedicate the entire day to a tour of Arslanbob. After breakfast, we will walk to the waterfalls overlooking the beautiful landscape of the area that has attracted adventure seekers, mountaineers, and Muslim pilgrims for centuries. After a lunch picnic, we will continue our tour and return to our accommodations in the evening.
Lodgings – with a local family in Arslanbob, with outdoor toilets and showers.
Day 5: Arslanbob village – Osh
After breakfast, we will continue to Osh. Osh was the capital of the Karakhanid Khanate during the 11th and 12th centuries. For hundreds of years, it has served as a central point on the silk road and was the first exit point from China, where merchants from East and West met. Two ethnic groups coexist in Osh – the Kyrgyz and the Uzbeks, who preserve their ancient culture through their food, dress, and religion. We will visit the Suleiman Too Mountain, UNESCO’s world heritage site that has served for 1500 years as a pilgrimage site, mainly for women who believe that praying on the mountain will increase their chances of giving birth to healthy children. We will visit an underground museum, then continue to the local Jayma Bazaar. If time permits, we will visit the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael, and the main square of Osh, towered over by the 25-meter statue of Lenin.
Lodgings – guesthouse in Osh.
Day 6: Osh Airport – Return Flight
Early morning, we will drive to Osh Airport with our memories of rich experiences in Kyrgyzstan
The cost of the tour includes the following items:
- A local tour guide who speaks English/other languages at the group’s request, for 6 days except for the day of return
- Full board, 3 meals a day – some of which are outdoor picnics
- Accommodation – 1 night at the hotel, 2 nights at a guesthouse and 2 nights with a local family
- Cost of accommodation for a couple (single supplement=300 USD)
- Transfers to/from the airport
- Vehicle for the entire tour
- Gasoline for the entire tour
- Entrance to attractions and sites detailed in the program
- Coffee breaks and picnics
- 0.5-liter mineral water bottle per day
The cost of the tour does not include
- International flights to and from Kyrgyzstan
- Visa for Kyrgyzstan, if necessary
- Room service and other services in accommodations that are not included in the program
- Personal, medical and cargo insurance
- Horseback riding – all costs are the responsibility of the tourist, due to insurance limitations
- Personal expenses
- Alcohol or any other drink that is not water
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