Cultural Tourism

Altyn Arashan trekking 6 days

Altyn Arashan Trekking

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Travel Introduction

'Altyn Arashan' and 'Ala Kul Lake' have beautiful and outstanding natural scenery, one of the reasons why Kyrgyzstan is called Switzerland in Central Asia. Therefore, it is a favorite trekking course not only for many overseas tourists but also for Kyrgyzstan every year. The surrounding scenery, which will not be difficult to walk for hours, is enough to explain why Kyrgyzstan was called Switzerland in Central Asia.

Detailed Fee

Basic Fee
Points included
English speaking Guide, Mountain guide, Transportation, Meals, Accommodation, Entrance fee
Points not included
International flight to Bishkek, Insurance, Personal expenses

Detailed schedule

DAY 1 Bokonbayevo Village, Karakol

Depart Bishkek and have lunch in Bokonbayevo the southern village of Issyk-Kul
Trekking in Skazka Canyon which mean 'Fairy Tale' in Kyrgyz language
Dinner in Karakol

DAY2 Altyn-Arashan

Trekking to Altyn-Arashan Mountain Lodge - 2600m
Meal with Shashlik
Rest after bathing in the open-air bath

DAY3 Altyn Arashan, Base Camp Site

Altyn Arashan Lodge - 2600m; Campsite - 3400m
Relax in a yurt

DAY4 Ala Kul Pass, Karakol

Campsite - 3400 meters; Ala Kul Pass - 3900 meters
Car transfer from Karakol Valley to your hotel

DAY5 Kok-Tuz, Cholpon-Ata

Kok-Tuz Tracking, which takes about 3 hours
Transfer to Kyrgyzstan's largest resort, Cholpon-Ata
Enjoy Lake Issyk-Kul while cruising on a boat

DAY6 Bishkek

Go to Bishkek via through  Balykchy Village
Arrive in Bishkek and tour the city, shopping in the local market

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