Cultural Tourism

The Route of Time Travel

Time Travel Back to the Past

  • Travel Period
    7 days
  • Cost
  • Maximum
    12 people
  • Difficulty

Travel Introduction

"Back to the Past by Taking a Time Machine"

Kyrgyzstan is the country where a variety of history and culture coexists, including the ancient city more than 3000 years and Bishkek which has a history no longer than 200 years. You can take off from Bishkek and take a journey to Kyrgyz, one of the historical city in Central Asia, and Osh, the second biggest city in Kyrgyzstan. You can feel like you’re traveling in times.

You can see the traces of pre-human period including dinosaur bones and mounds of clam fossils. You can also visit a quiet village with no electricity and disconnected with the outside, and communicate with the villagers and enter into their lives.

Point of Travel

  • Time Travelling Back to the Past
  • An adventurous Trip with a Few People Including Families and Friends
  • Eco-friendly Tour
  • Social Distancing for a Safe Trip

Detailed Fee

Basic Fee
$1400 (Per person, 1 Group/10 people)
Points included
Accommodation, Transportation, Dining, Guide, Local guide, Domestic Flight
Points not included
International Flight, Travel Insurance, Personal expenses

Detailed schedule

DAY 1  Suusamyr Valley, Chichkan Gorge and Petroglyphs Park

The first hill to Osh is Toash, located in 3200m above the sea level, and the bus to there stops operating from October 1st. Since then, it’s hard to go over the hill because of the heavy snow. Going over the hill and you will see broad Susamir plain. Surrounding the peaks of permanent snow, a number of sheep, horses, cattles feed on grasses. Passing through the plain you will encounter Tsutsukan canyon. The cliffs lined up along either sides of the road create a variety of features, so they are really impressive. You will arrive in the hotel and go trekking. Then you’ll see rocks with petroglyphs. 

Lunch: Local Cuisine / Dinner: Local Cuisine
Accommodation: Hotel
Traveling Distance: 175km (3 hours)
Condition of the Roads: Good

DAY 2  Kyzylbeyit

Hundreds of years ago before the technology of modern civilizations existed, and when there was no vehicle and only horses and donkeys carried loads, there was a decent town deep in the mountains. Then suddenly, all of the links between the mainland and the village disappeared. Since then, it have been frozen in time.

The roads to Kyzylbeyit are not well-developed. In our tour program, we will park our vehicles by the river and take a boat to cross the waterway to the town, where horses and donkeys are still considered to be the main means of transportation. After an hour and a half, you can see houses one by one. Since there is no electricity, local people uses the solar panels to watch TV and charge their phones. Without refusing such an inconvenience, the village has been handed down the tradition including raising livestock, farming, and collecting various healthy foods from the mountains from generation to generation. It will be a day to feel how comfortable our ordinary lives are when you visit this village.

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine / Lunch: Local Cuisine / Dinner: Local Cuisine 
Accommodation: Guesthouse
Traveling Distance: 150km (2 hours and 30 minutes), 7km (including walking for an 1 hour  and 30 minutes)
Road condition: Good (150km), Unpaved Mountain Path (7km)

DAY 3  Tash-Komur, Shell Fossils and Arslanbab

The archaeologists from Soviet Union discovered completely-preserved eggs and bones of dinosaurs in Tash Komur. Moreover, there were fossils of shells stacked like a mountain, so you can feel like you’re time traveling back to the pre-human time.

Arslanbob is the world's largest and oldest walnut forest village. There is a legend that Alexander the Great stopped by this village and took walnuts during the conquest. It will be a great experience to ride a swing that is hung on a tall, old walnut tree.

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine / Lunch: Local Cuisine / Dinner: Local Cuisine
Accommodation: Bed & Breakfast
Car movement per day: 170km (3 hours and 30 minutes), 7km (1 hour and 30 minutes by foot)
Road condition: Relatively Good (170km), Mountain Path (7km)

DAY 4  Uzgen Tower, Osh

Built in the 12th century, Uzgen Tower is located in Uzgen, a city on the way to Osh. Osh is the central city of the Silk Road. Like the Burana Tower, it was a watchtower to oversee the invasion of enemies, and it was also a lighthouse for merchants going back and forth on the Silk Road. Next to it, there is a royal tomb of the Karakhanid dynasty, and the tomb is considered as a holy place by Muslims. It is famous as a date spot for young people, and the place to take wedding photos on weekends. It is recommended to climb to the top of the tower and look around the scenery. It takes only one hour from Uzgen to Osh. 

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine /Lunch: Local Cuisine /Dinner: Local Cuisine
Accommodation: Hotel
Traveling Distance: 180km (3 hours and 30 minutes)
Road Condition: Good (Sometimes Unpaved)

DAY 5  Alay, Murdash, and Petroglyphs

The Alay Mountains, which belongs to Tianshan Mountains, extend across southern Kyrgyz to the Pamir Plateau. Murdash village, located in the Alay Mountains, preserves the culture and native religion of the southern Kyrgyzstan. You will transfer to a four-wheel drive vehicle in Murdash village to go to the Petroglyph Park. On the way to the Petroglyph park, you can see beautiful surrounding scenery along the way, so everyone will be cheered by its beauty. There are a variety of well-preserved petroglyphs in the park. You can enjoy a light meal and walk along the alpine lake while exploring the petroglyph colony.

t’s cold from mid-September, so you need to bring thick clothes.

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine / Lunch: Local Cuisine / Dinner: Local Cuisine
Accommodation: Bed & Breakfast
Traveling Distance: 190km (4 hours-including 3 hours of Round Trip from the Village to Petroglyphs)
Road Condition: Good (105km), Unpaved (85km)

DAY 6 Osh, Sulaiman-too

Osh, the second largest city in Kyrgyzstan, is an ancient city with a continuous history of 3000 years and still plays a role as a center of trade. It has a population of 1.3 million, and 40% of them are Uzbeks, showing completely different features from the capital city of Bishkek. Sulaiman-Too, which is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the name of 'King Solomon' mentioned in Koran. It is said that the prophet Mohammed considered this mountain as a sacred site and prayed there. Even today, this place is considered to be a very important holy place for many Muslims. There were about 100 cave prayer places, and 17 of them are still utilized for worship. On the 1st floor, there is also the best Osh Museum in Osh, and it is really worth to exhibit.

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine / Lunch: Local Cuisine / Dinner: Local Cuisine
Accommodation: Guesthouse
Road Condition: 105km (1 hour 50 minutes in Total)
Road Condition: Good

DAY 7 Bishkek

You will travel to Bishkek by domestic airline.

Bishkek, the number one city, the capital of Kyrgyzstan is the complex city with the population of 1.2 million. It is quite different with other cities in the tour program. You can see people walking with hurried steps, traffic congestion, and exhaust gas. Despite of these, the traditional market is a really good place to experience Kyrgyzstan. You can buy honey, dried nuts, conaq in there. Then, it’s time to go home. 

Breakfast: Hotel Cuisine / Lunch: Local Cuisine
Travel to Bishkek by Domestic Airline

※ This schedule is subject to change without prior notice due to local circumstances.

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