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Ala-Archa,Burana,Issyk-Ata

3 days

≈ $97 per day

$290

COUNTRY

Kyrgyzstan

STARTS / ENDS IN

Bishkek-Ala-Archa / Bishkek

DESTINATIONS

3 (Bishkek-Ala-Archa, Burana&Issyk-Ata thermal springs, Bishkek)

TOUR TYPE

Culture & History

TOUR GROUP

Any day

START DATE

21 November 2018

END DATE

23 November 2018

SEATS LEFT

7+

AGE RANGE

10 to 70 year olds

Other Services

  • Single occupancy for 3*

    $40
  • Early check-in for 3*

    $35
  • Single early check-in for 3*

    $70
  • Full Board

    $45
  • Upgrade of the hotel to the 4*

    $47
  • Single occupancy for 4*

    $70
  • Early check-in for 4*

    $60
  • Single early check-in for 4*

    $110
  • Half Board

    $20
  • Full Board

    $45

Guide's Language

  • English
  • German
  • Russian

Available Months

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Bishkek-Ala-Archa

    Your guide will pick you up at Manas International Airport and accompany you to the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, just a 30-minute drive from the airport. This entire day is dedicated to a guided tour of Bishkek. It includes visit to Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, the National Arts Museum, National Philharmonic, and many others places of interest. But no tour of Bishkek is complete without visiting our Asian Bazaar! We will show it to you today and you will be able to take a lot of dynamic photos of bustling local life. This bazaar is a noisy and colourful tapestry of fabrics, produce, and people selling and buying goods. After a tour in the city we will escape from the city bustle into the embrace of the Kyrgyz mountains. We will visit Ala Archa gorge. It is a Natural Park. At the Soviet Time only V.I.P. people had permission to go for a walk here. The Ala Archa gorge is on a spur of the Tien Shan mountain range. It is just 45 km from Bishkek. You can have a short hiking tour to see a panoramic view of the gorge. If you want we can go hiking a little bit longer to see a small scenic waterfall. Afterwards we return to Bishkek. This overnight will be in a hotel.

  • Day 2
    Burana&Issyk-Ata thermal springs

    Next day you will start your trip to Tokmok, where you will visit Burana tower and swim in hot springs Issyk-Ata. Burana tower - today it is a heritage of UNESCO and Kyrgyzstan. Also this is the main monument of the ancient culture of the Chui Valley and the famous Great Silk Road passing through its territory. In one day tour to Burana tower You will have excursion in the entire complex territory, visiting the museum and a panoramic view from the Burana Tower itself. In addition to the tower, You will also be able to see the balbalas that are located around and were created by the ancient Turkic tribes. Visiting the whole territory will help You to move into the atmosphere of the 12th century and see firsthand the most ancient artifacts. Burana tower is a tower-minaret, which was built in the 10th-12th centuries under the Karakhanids. After the excursion We will go to the Issyk-Ata gorge, which is still known from ancient written sources. There are the famous Issyk-Ata hot hydrogen sulfide springs, the ancient image of Buddha and many other sights. In the 12th and 14th centuries the gorge was the cradle of Buddhism in the region, thanks to which now Issyk-Ata Gorge is not just a unique nature area, but also a place with its unique history. There You can taste the mineral water called "Arashan", as well as swim in the hot thermal springs (private pool).

  • Day 3
    Bishkek

    In the morning transfer to airport.

What's included

  • Hostel

  • Transfer

  • Transport

  • Excursions

    Entrances to all museums

  • Guide

  • Water

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