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“Ak-Sai Travel” Yurt Camp

May 24, 2015

“Ak-Sai Travel” Yurt Camp

We invite you to join the unforgettable trip to an alpine Son-Kul Lake, which is located far from megapolis and civilization!Take an advantage of the opportunity to try out as an ancient nomad, get acquainted with traditions of Kyrgyz people and be invigorated by a pure and positive energy of this place, and rest in our comfortable yurt camp!

“AK-SAI” YURT CAMP is situated on the northern side of Son-Kul Lake very close to the lakeshore. It is about 20 km of Tolok Pass.

There are beds with warm quilts and sleeping bags, pegs and box for luggage, wooden partition and the dishes to wash hands and face, small table and glasses in the each yurt. Our yurts are decorated in the national style and represent an ethnic flavor.

There is a shower running on sun-batteries in the camp. Water is delivered from the clear mountain river).

In addition to the traditional cuisine we can offer you the European and vegetarian cuisines.

We can organize a horseback riding, the setting up of yurt, national horseback riding games, cooking delicious fresh mutton dishes upon request.

Also we offer you another programs including trip to this picturesque lake, such as:

Colors of Kyrgyzstan 
Photo Expedition ”Faces of Heavenly Mountains”
Bike Tour in Kyrgyzstan

Please, book accommodation beforehand!
Our contacts for booking:
Tel.: +996 312 90-16-16

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Our expert team will be happy to answer your questions.

+996 312 90 16 16 Cultural department

+996 312 90 93 56 Outdoor department

+996 312 90 94 52

Issyk Kul department

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