Accommodation at the hotel.
Tour in Bishkek or Ala-Archa gorge.
from Bishkek to Lake Sary-Chelek (Arkit village) by car (600
km) along a high-mountain route, including the Teo-Ashuu (3793
m) and Ala-Bel (3250 m) mountain passes, the Chichkan gorge,
Toktogul reservoir and the town of Tash-Kumyr (if tourists so wish,
we can organize an overnight stop in the picturesque Chichkan Gorge).
along the Kara-Suu gorge, observing two high mountain lakes
of drift origin. The mountain trek goes along the lakeshores
and tourists will see picturesque places with an abundance of
local flora. Stay overnight in tents on the banks of the inflowing
the Makmal mountain pass (3610 m), taking in the picturesque
view of the Ak-Bel marble wall and the ice-covered peaks of
Muz-Tor and descend to the Northern shore of Lake Sary-Chelek.
Stay overnight in tents on the lakeshore
the lakeshore. Excursions.
the Sary-Chelek mountain pass (3200 m), enjoying the view
of Lake Sary-Chelek. The yellow bowl with the fir-tree forest
reaching right to the edge of the dark-blue, water, surrounded
by the black minarets of mountain peaks and everything magnificently
reflected in the clear, crystal water. From the pass, descend
to the upper reaches of the Ichkel River (at its confluence with
the Khodja-Ata river) and descend further to the 6 other lakes
in the Sary-Chelek Lake complex (days 6,7,8). It is possible to
trek along the mountain crest via the Kuldambes mountain pass
(2950 m) and descend into the Oi-Alma picturesque gorge.
around the Rocky Fairytale castle - a unique creation of
Nature. Trek via the Aflatun pass and then continue traveling
around the Besh-Aral reserve. Stay overnight in tents.
downwards along the river Oi-Alma, with numerous inflows
in unforgettable places and try delicious mountain honey (there
are some high mountain bee gardens) and experience the lifestyle
of local shepherds. Stay overnight in a yurt camp.
to the river Aflatun (formed by the merger of several mountain
rivers in the bottom of a very mysterious place, Shuguder).
According to legend, the local governor hid treasure there during
the invasion by Chinghiz Khan.