Day 1: Bishkek
Upon your arrival to Kyrgyzstan, you will be taken to the capital. In 30 minutes you will be in Bishkek city. The whole day will be dedicated to the discovery of the city. Overall the city holds several squares parks and museums. Luckily they are located next to each other, thus it will not be hard to walk through all of the main locations. Among the places that you will visit today, there will be the central square, the old square, the Square of Victory, Oak Park, Museum of Arts and etc. You will end your tour with a walk in the Osh Bazaar which has preserved the colors and the atmosphere of the pure Central Asian Trade. In the end of the day you will return to the hotel.
Day 2: Bishkek - Alamedin gorge - Bishkek
The following morning the tour will take you to the Alamedin gorge. It is near the city, so the drive will not be long. There you will be taken on a short hiking trip towards the waterfall. The hike is easy, along the hike you will be able to see how the locals live in the mountains, and you will also be able to learn about the yurts - the dwellings in which the locals live. You will have a short picnic by the water, surrounded by the noises of nature. In the end of the day you will return back to the capital.
Day 3: Bishkek - Konorchek - Chon Kemin
The next day you will travel through the Boom gorge and towards Chon Kemin gorge. There will be a stop in order to have a 2 hour hike in the Konorchek canyons. The end of the hike will open up a panoramic view of the whole canyon.The hike is easy, there are several big stones that you will have to cross over, other tan that, it is a pleasure to walk there. If you will not feel tired, you may take another hour in order to walk around and take more pictures of the amazing view. In the end of the hike, you will be taken to the Chon Kemin gorge in order to spend your night there in a guesthouse.
Day 4: Chon Kemin - Issyk Kul lake northern shore
In the morning you will continue your tour towards the Issik Kul lake. Its length of 180km, width of 60km and the altitude of 1608, above sea level, make it the second largest celestial lake in the world. There are many legends that surround the lake, make sure to listen to your guide as he tells you all of the wonderful stories. There will also be a stop by the petroglyphs that date back to 800 BC. The rocks that still lay in the place where they were over 2000 years ago, have the ancient drawings of the animals, hunt, and etc. In the end of the day you will be brought to the hotel in order to spend your night there.
Day 5: Issyk Kul lake - Bishkek
The following morning, before the departure back to the city, you will be given enough time to swim in the lake. You will find out why the Pearl of Kyrgyzstan does not freeze during winter - it is salty. On the way back to the capital there will be a short stop by the Burana tower. The minaret that dates back to the 11th century once played a significant role for the traders, who came to the city by the tower in order to have some rest on their way. You may take the stairs inside the tower in order to climb to the very top and see the great view of the fields in the area. There is also a collections of Balbals. The stone figures were once carved in order to honor the brave warriors that died during the battles. In the end of the day you will return to the hotel.
Day 6: Airport
In the morning you will be transferred to the airport.