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The Sary-Chelek State Biosphere Reserve is a specially protected natural area of Kyrgyzstan. In 1979, the reserve was incorporated into the UNESCO International Biosphere Reserves Network. The reserve has a developed hydrological network. The main river is the Kozho-Ata River, which divides the territory of the reserve into eastern and western parts. There is also a relatively large lake Sary-Chelek and 6 other small lakes: Kylaa-Kol, Iyri-Kol, Aram-Kol, Choychok-Kol, Bakaly-Kol, Tuyuk-Kol.

DETAILED ITINERARY:

  • DAY 1: HORSE RIDE FROM KARA-SUU TO IYRI-KOL LAKE

      Start a horse riding to Kara-Kamysh Lake. This is in the left parallel gorge of the foothills of the Tien Shan ridge. Kara-Kamysh is not one of the 7 lakes mentioned above, it is the territory of a neighboring forestry. Daytime rest on the lake. Overnight in tents.

  • DAY 2: HORSE TREK TO IYRI-KOL LAKE

      Horse trek to Iyri-Kol Lake. During the day, explore the all beauty of the рlace Sary-Chelek from the top of the pass Kotormo (2446m). Camping on the lake shore of Iyri-Kol.

  • DAY 3: HORSE RIDE TO SARY-CHELEK LAKE

      Todау explore the valley Sary-Chelek. Sightseeing the several mountain lakes. Afternооn continue horse riding to Arkyt village. Overnight at the guesthouse.

PACKAGE TOUR INCLUDES:

  • Accommodation (guesthouse)
  • Meals (full board)
  • English speaking guide
  • Horses for horse riding
  • Local horseman
  • Tour chef
  • Eagle hunting show
  • Entrance fees to sights according to the program
  • Drinking water

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Damir Alymbek Uulu

Founder "Kyrgyz Twins Adventures" & "Kyrgyzstan4All" Project

Your Private Tour Expert, I specialize in developing and managing unique tours that are tailored to the specific wishes and preferences of my guests. My passion for adventure and exploration has led me to develop the "Kyrgyzstan for all" project, which offers inclusive and accessible tours of our beautiful country. I have a particular love for trekking and horse riding, as well as singing, which is a great way to connect with the local culture. I have traveled to Singapore, Malaysia, Georgia, and the countries of Central Asia.