Kyrgyzstan is an amazing and unique in its beauty country. This small oasis in the heart of Central Asia impresses with its huge variety of landscapes and unique Son Kul Lake plays considerable role. Often Kyrgyzstan is named "Asian Switzerland". Culture and historical heritage of Kyrgyz people are not less interesting. Until now, the country retains all the attributes of nomadic life. Only in Kyrgyzstan during summer period you will see yurts – nomadic portable dwellings, decorated with felt carpets. Meet nomads, who will welcome you and invite to their yurt to try traditional Kyrgyz drink kymyz.
You will travel by horse and taste delicious national dishes
Fixed Departure Dates for 2022:
1) 15/05 - 21/05
2) 29/05 - 4/06
3) 12/06 – 18/06
4) 3/07 - 9/07
5) 21/08 - 27/08
Minimum group size: 4 pax
Level of difficulty:
There are some difficulties on the route, tourists should have an average level of fitness for horse riding, and take into account that sometimes they have long transfers up to 4 hours by mountain roads and more then 4 hours of horse riding (1 day only)
Clothes and equipment:
Please note that in summer the temperature in Bishkek can reach 40°C, while in the mountains the temperature can be as low as 10°C. Be prepared for unexpected changes in weather (rain,snow,wind,hail). The lowest temeperature during the trek is on the lakeshore of Song Kul lake , in the night temepature can go down till -2-4
Responsibilities of clients:
Clients should recognize and accept the risk that circumstances may arise which would cause some activities to be shortened or eliminated altogether without reimbursement or refund. Such circumstance includes weather conditions, earthquakes and other acts of nature, injuries or other medical problems, which they may experience. Each tourist should have medical insurance that should be organized him/herself in home country.
If you plan to exchange Dollars /Euro to KGS, we recommend to take the notes of 50, 100 USD without stamps, inscriptions and other any damage, because damaged banknotes are not accepted by banks and exchange offices. ATMs are available in Bishkek. Visa card is preferable than Master card or Maestro