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Kyrgygstan Tour

12 Days Kyrgyzstan Tour - Flower Tour To Kyrgyzstan

Flowers Tour Map

The plant kingdom in Kyrgyzstan has about four thousand different varieties.

This great biodiversity lies in the different landscapes, different heights and at the edges of mountain caves.

On the alpine meadows (about 3000 m above sea level) grow edelweiss, dandelion, alpine aster, Semenov onion, primroses and many more.

Period : April - August

Duration : 12 days / 11 nights

Route : Bishkek - Chunkurchak Gorge - Chychkan Gorge - Arkyt Village - Sary-Chelek Lake - Arslanbob - Osh - Batken - Osh - Bishkek

Chunkurchak Gorge

Upon arrival to Manas Airport, meet a guide/driver and transfer to city.

After short city tour, transfer to the State Biological Reserve aimed for conservation of rare species of tulips reaching 170 cm in height at Chunkurchak Gorge.

There are about 22 different varieties of wild tulips that grow in Kyrgyzstan.

Eight of them are listed as vulnerable species on the red list because they are so rare. Among the best-known are the Greigue, sometimes called the "Green Tulip", the Kauphman and Zinaida.

In the evening arrival to Kara-Bulak Eco-Resort.

Dinner and overnight there.

Meals : Dinner

Tatyr Gorge

Whole day excursion around the gorge and exploration of wild flowers.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Suusamyr Valley

Depart to Chychkan Gorge.

On the way, pass through Too-Ashuu (3586m) and Ala-Bel (3184m) mountain highway Passes.

Stop at Suusamyr Valley to taste Kymyz (fermented mare’s milk).

The road from Bishkek to Suusamyr is absolutely one of the most stunning in the country.

It wounds up and down several mountain passes before opening up to the green pastures of the Suusamyr Valley where shepherds herd their livestock.

Dinner an overnight at a guesthouse.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Arkyt Village

Morning excursion around the gorge. There are alpine trees, different types of wild flowers and plants along the Chu River.

Depart to Arkyt village located in Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve.

The Sary-Chelek biosphere reserve, which lies in the Arkyt Gorge, is a relatively small mountain hollow in Chatkal Mountains.

It was founded in 1959 to protect and research the pristine natural landscapes - lowland steppes and ridges with snow-capped peaks; rapid rivers and mountain lakes; blossoming valleys and alpine meadows (lying between 1200m and 4274m) - with their varied flora and fauna.

More than 1000 species of plants, 160 species of birds and 34 species of mammals (such as deer, bear, lynx, wolves, foxes, badgers, porcupine and even snow leopards) can be found in this relatively small, unspoiled national park.

It is also supposed to be a marvelous place for those interested in insects of all kinds. There are also some other small lakes to the south–east (such as Kyla-Kol, Iyri-Kol, Aram-Kol, Cherek-Kol, and Bakaly-Kol), but Sary-Chelek is regarded as the “gem” – the “Jewel in the Crown”. The location of Sary-Chelek Reserve causes its mild climate: warm summers and winters with little snow.

A significant part of the reserve occupies walnut, apple and pear forests.

Overnight at a local family run guesthouse

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch-box
  • Dinner
Sary Chelek Lake

Full-day exploration of Sary-Chelek Lake's flora and fauna.

Overnight at a family run guesthouse in Arkyt village.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch-box
  • Dinner
Arslanbob

After the breakfast, depart to Arslanbob.

The Arslanbob Valley, which is near the Dashman Forest Reserve, is a largest walnut forest in the world.

Arslanbob is a unique creation of nature and is situated at 1,600 meters above sea level.

The main treasure of the southern forests is the walnut tree. Walnut trees can live up to 1,000 years, can reach enormous sizes, and they produce an abundance of walnuts. Muslims consider the picturesque fruit forests to be sacred.

According to a legend, in the ancient times an extremely hardworking man called Arslanbob used to live here. He served the prophet Muhammad.

All those who visit the forest can take away with them a bit of its paradise.

Overnight at a local family run guesthouse.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch-box
  • Dinner
Walnut Forest And Waterfall

Excursion to the Walnut Forest and Waterfall.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch-box
  • Dinner
Arslanbob

After breakfast, depart to Osh. After short rest in Osh transfer to Batken town.

Overnight at a local family-run guesthouse.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Batken

The province of Batken is located south of the Fergana Valley, the most fertile part of Central region’s native apricots grow here. Their quality is famous not only among the Kyrgyz but also abroad. Apricot farming is one of the main sources of income for the local people. This community cultivates and processes apricots, using them to produce juices, jams and dried apricots (kuraga).

Aigul-Tash Mountain is located near the village of Kara-Bulak in Batken region. This place is really unique, because only here grows the flower-endemic Aigul. The only place where they were found is in the mountains of Afghanistan. The flower is so unusual, because their seeds seven years in the ground attack and then it take another seven years, until the flowers on the thin straw appear.

Overnight at a local family-run guesthouse.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Suleiman Mountain

After breakfast, depart to Osh.

Afternoon city tour:

  • Holy Suleiman Mountain with a cave Museum
  • Babur’s Mausoleum on top f the mountain
  • Great Silk Road Museum
  • Alymbek Datka Ethno-Complex
  • oriental Osh Bazaar
  • Overnight at family-run guesthouse.

    Meals :

    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
Osh

Whole day travel to Bishkek.

Overnight at a hotel.

Meals :

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Transfer to the Airport for the departure flight.

Meals : Breakfast

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