Trekking and biking in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan towers: March 1910
Actions: Walking tour
Duration: 9 days
On day 1. Arriving in Bishkek, where we will meet at the airport and we go to the hotel. Lunch at 19:00 at night is organized by your hotel.
On day 2. Ship Valley Shamsi. Lunch. Trekking down the valley of the Kyzyl-Su. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 3. You - trekking in the Kyzyl-Su. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 4. Trekking in a small passage. Trekking down the Kok-Jar-Su. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
Day 5. In the morning you will have lunch. Trekking down the valley. The study canyons. Lunch. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
Day 6. You will be trekking down the valley. The study canyons. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 7. The day begins with breakfast building. Trekking in the passage. Trekking down the valley of the Red Bridge. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 8. Go to Bishkek. Lunch on the road. Lunch at 19:00 at night is organized by your hotel.
Day 9. In the morning your guide will choose the airport, in accordance with the time of your initial data. You weeds in the home.
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Tour and travel in Kyrgyzstan
Travel and trip in Kyrgyzstan
Trip and tour in Kyrgyzstan
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries. there are a few relatively large companies processing raw materials. In the mining industry in southern Kyrgyzstan, with the participation of Russian and foreign capital are the major coal mining, oil and nonferrous metals. For 30 years (1883-1913) the total number of industrial establishments increased from 165 to 569. The development of domestic and transit trade in Kyrgyzstan in the late 19th - early 20th centuries. stimulated the expansion of the patriarchal-feudal and the penetration of capitalist relations. This is evidenced by the involvement of trade relations kyrgyzskih farms, the emergence of yarmorochnoy, bazaar and hospital trade, the emergence of new shopping centers, and strengthening trade relations with the neighboring regions of Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia, Kazakhstan, and especially with Russia. Noticeable changes of socio-economic development of the internal market due not only to bonds, but also the appearance of demand for labor. The voluntary entry of Kyrgyzstan in Russia sostavv, its inclusion in the nationwide and, in part, the world market have influenced the development of the industry.