Day 1: Bishkek - Ala Archa - Bishkek
You will be met at Manas International Airport and taken to Bishkek. It will take 30 minutes to finish the journey. The day begins with a guided tour of Bishkek. The National Philharmonic, Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, Old Square, and other places are on the program. We'll travel to Ala Archa Gorge in the afternoon. After all, this is a National Park. Only VIPs were allowed to come during the Soviet regime. The Ala Archa Gorge is part of the Tien Shan Mountain range. The distance between Bishkek and the hotel is 45 kilometers. A short climb may be done to get a panoramic overview of the gorge. Make your journey to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. You will have a dinner and night at the hotel.
Day 2: Bishkek - Burana - Issyk Kul southern shore - Bokonbaevo
In the morning, you'll travel on a trip to Issyk Kul Lake. The lake is known as "Central Asia's gem." Hiking up to the lake allows you to take in the scenery of the adjacent mountains. Along the route, you may see the Burana Tower (an 11th-century minaret) and the Balbals open-air museum (stone warriors). We continue our trek to the lake after a traditional dinner. We'll stop at Bokonbaevo village for a break and meet a local eagle hunter. He deploys eagles to hunt hares and foxes. It's a classic nomad hunting approach. At the guesthouse for dinner and the night.
Day 3: Bokonbaevo - Fairy Tale - Barskaun, snowmobiles
Skazka Canyon, often known as Fairy Tale Canyon, will be your destination today. This magnificent area is located on the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul. The red sand dunes in this stunning picture take on a variety of intriguing shapes. A ride down this canyon while sitting on the Issyk-Kul provides not only stunning beauty but also a sense of oneness with nature. You proceed with caution to prevent ruining the Creator's effort. We'll drive to Barskaun after the trek. After lunch, you'll have a couple of hours to practice riding snowmobiles around the region. You'll be spending the night in the guesthouse.
Day 4: Barskaun, snowmobiles
While surrounded by snow-capped peaks and even wild mountain goats, we'll be travelling through a gorge and across ice lakes. Due to its remote location, the region is home to a variety of wild animals. You'll be alone in nature for the next few days. In this location, there are no other hotels or tourists! The Kyrgyz Mountains are all you have! A picnic will be served for lunch. You may go snowmobiling for the entire day in some of the most picturesque areas. At the guesthouse, you'll spend the night and have dinner.
Day 5: Barskaun, snowmobiles
We'll continue our journey through some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet. You will be taken aback by the beauty of the mountains and the snow. Today's goal is to go to the foot of a massive glacier! You'll enjoy seeing this scenario unfold! For lunch, you'll pack a picnic. Make the most of your spare time in Kyrgyzstan by joining one of the greatest excursions! Dinner and the night will be spent at the guesthouse.
Day 6: Barskaun, snowmobiles
We're going to keep riding our snowmobiles! We have lots of room because we're at such a high height! Your excursion today will take you via little gorges and vast alpine valleys! It's the ideal way to get some exercise while simultaneously escaping the rest of the world! It's just you and the natural world! Nothing except incredible sensations and feelings! Kyrgyzstan is a land that will take your breath away! These are some of the most stunning locations for snowmobiling! At the guesthouse for the night.
Day 7: Barskaun - Issyk Kul southern shore - Jeti Oguz - Karakol
We're on our way to the Jeti Oguz Gorge, also known as the Seven Bulls. They are reddish-brown sandstone formations. You'll also view Broken Heart Mountain. Climbing a mountain will provide you a 360-degree perspective of the canyon, with plenty of photo opportunities (20 minutes). We're on our way to Karakol now. Your final stop will be to the Dungan Mosque. One of its most noticeable characteristics is that it was constructed entirely in the Chinese style, without the use of metal nails. After that, you'll come upon a historic wooden Orthodox Church. At the guesthouse for the night.
Day 8: Karakol - Issyk Kul northern shore - Bishkek
Today you'll go to Bishkek. We'll drive along the northern shore of Issyk Kul Lake this time. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the entire lake from above. Rukh Ordo is a unique cultural and spiritual synthesis of culture and tolerance of religious variety in Cholpon Ata town. Its position, right on the lake's edge, wonderfully captures the attraction and grandeur of the lake. We'll pause for a moment to show you some old stone inscriptions (dating back to 800 B.C.). Shamans etched these petroglyphs around 2 000 years ago. This spot offers a panoramic view of Issyk Kul Lake and the feeling of being in the midst of nowhere. Dinner will be at 7:00 p.m., and the night will be spent at the hotel.
Day 9: Flight
In the morning is transfer to airport.