Travels and trips in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan Tours: 1911 Travel
Actions: Walking tour
Duration: 11 days
On day 1. After buying the "Manas" airport will be donated to the city of Bishkek. So you'll have dinner after their stay at the hotel. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
On day 2. In the morning transfer to gorge Big Almaty. Trekking in the Valley. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 3. We - trekking in the hills of the Lake. At noon you dine. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 4. Trekking in Kolalmaty throat. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 5. We ????-trekking in the valley have. At noon you dine. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 6. This is a free day. Go to Lake Yasyl-Col. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 7. Increasing the Ak-Suu Kyi in the West. Trekking in Passage Ak-Su. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 8. Increasing the Aksu-???? Valley. At noon you dine. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 9. We - ???? trip-Aksu valley. Switch to grow quickly Canyon. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
10 days. In the morning we ride to Kanorchek canyons and transmission in Bishkek. At noon you dine. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
11 days. Depending on the time of your original data will meet your guide at the hotel and will visit you at the airport.
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