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Winter ballad

December to March

10 days / 9 nights

4-8 people

What awaits you

Let’s make the white adventure more extensive! Well wrapped up and eager to enjoy it, Kyrgyzstan in winter gives a lot to do. The itinerary includes a day of skiing in the country’s magnificent ski resorts near Bishkek or in Karakol. We will see an impressive ice waterfall near Bishkek, villages that existed before the communist revolution with mud houses where we will ski, skate on the ice of a river … do not you believe it? Wait, there is still much more. Have you heard of Tash Rabat, a caravanserai several hundred years old at an altitude of over 3000 meters? Here, the nomads of the silk road told their daily lives by the light of a good fire… We will see impossible rock formations, yurt camps or a church that has not used a single nail for its construction. Shall we take you?

Route map

-Transfer from the hotel to the airport and viceversa
-Transfers during the trip, according to program
-English-speaking or Spanish-speaking guide (subject to availability)
-Guide for the horseback riding tours
-Picnic lunch according to program
-Meals in guesthouse according to program
-Stay in double room (Hotel ***) according to program
-Stay in guesthouse, according to program
-Stay in yurts (4-6 people per yurt)
-Entrance fees to places of historical interest
-Entrance fees to the gorges and national parks
-Horse rental
-Entrance to museums, according to the program
-Hunting show with eagles
-Demonstration of local cuisine
-Access to bazaars to buy souvenirs
-Sightseeing tour of downtown Bishkek
-International airport rates
-Single room supplement
-Advance check-in
-Cost of visa or assistance with obtaining a visa (if required)
-Alcohol or additional personal expenses
-Other services not specifically included
-Medical or similar tests
-Personal equipment
-Telephones, Internet or local telecommunications
-Motorcycle repair and damage in case of fall or accident
-Avalanche equipment or survival gear
-Accommodations not specified in the program
-Entrance fees to spas, swimming pools, spas and hot springs
-Ski passes (forfeit)
-Tips for service personnel
-Lunches during transfers (road cafes)

Hiking boots, hydration equipment, and emergency food. Hat, appropriate trekking backpack, sleeping bag (rental upon request), knife type multi-tool, appropriate clothing for the weather, first aid kit, mountain glasses, sun cream, stomach and head medication. We recommend to get in the hands of an expert advisor before coming to make the first trekking of your life or high mountain ascent of your life.

They can be guesthouses, local people's houses, yurts (traditional Kyrgyz nomad tents) or tents.

There are times when we have to give up for our safety, this is the main and most important objective that we transmit to our guides. Their professional opinion is the one that will determine the future of the expedition. The company will not be responsible for clients who do not respect the guide's decisions.

No. Kyrgyzstan does not require a visa for Spanish citizens for stays of less than 60 days. For other EEC and Latin American citizens, please consult. Necessary requirements. Passport valid for 6 months. Completed immigration form handed out on the plane. Air ticket to leave the country. Countries around similar, ask before.

There is no mandatory vaccination for Spaniards in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asian countries. Mandatory yellow fever vaccine for endemic countries. It is always advisable to have tetanus, hepatitis and typhoid vaccines.

In Kyrgyzstan all selected accommodations have a special charm, selected for some reason always. We will use the establishments indicated in the program or of the same category.

In Kyrgyzstan you can have all different climates on the same day. In July and August it is hot and dry, but in the mountains the weather is unpredictable. Outside the central summer months always bring warm clothes. It usually snows from November onwards.

Kyrgyzstan and the surrounding countries are very safe, politically stable and have a low rate of common crime.

Normally from Europe you fly via Istanbul. There are no direct flights from Spain. The price is around 450 euros round trip, and the total transfer time is about 12 hours.

Additional notes

There may be minor changes in the program due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather, road repairs, hotel/guest house availability, yurt availability etc.


Day 1. Arrival day in Bishkek
29 Km
Arrival in Bishkek, Manas International Airport. Accommodation in hotel. Rest time. City tour.
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Day 2. Bishkek – Kegety
75 Km
After breakfast, visit to the Kegeti Gorge. Walk to the icy waterfall of 20m high. This waterfall is especially beautiful in winter as the mountainside is completely filled with ice. Return to Bishkek. Time for rest and dinner.
Full board
Day 3. Biskek – Kyzyl Oi (vía Too Asuu)
200 Km
After breakfast transfer to Kyzl Oi village located on the Bishkek - Osh highway. This road connects the north and south of the country. This village is quite different from other villages in Kyrgyzstan. Unlike many others, Kyzl Oi has existed since before the great socialist revolution and therefore has characteristic Central Asian features such as red mud houses. Kyzyl-Oi is situated in the narrow gorge of the mighty Kokomeren river some 40km south of Suusamyr between Kochkor and Son-Kol lake (both in the Naryn region) and 200km from Bishkek. Skiing stop. Elevation is 1,800 meters above sea level. In summer the valley opens up through the red mountains and is named Kyzyl, which means red in Kyrgyz. Dinner and overnight at Guesthouse
B - D
Day 4. Kyzyl Oi –Naryn
260 Km
Road to Naryn through the villages of Chaek and Kyz Art. Ice skating on the Kokomeren River. The river has a length of 199 km, and an expanse of water of 10,400 m2. It is formed by the confluence of the Suusamyr and Karakol (west). Dinner and overnight in Naryn, hotel.
Half board
Day 5. Naryn – Tash Rabat – Naryn
230 Km
After breakfast early transfer to the historical site of Tash Rabat. This excellently preserved 15th century site is located in Caravanserai, At Bashy district of Naryna province at an altitude of 3,200 meters above sea level. Tash Rabat is entirely made of crushed stone on clay mortar with plaster mortar sealing joints. Return to Naryn, stay at the hotel. Dinner.
Half board
Day 6. Naryn – Eki Naryn – Naryn
Transfer to Eki Naryn valley. This place is a wild and beautiful corner of Kyrgyzstan. Just past the village of Eki-Naryn, the road narrows and a thick forest engulfs it. Ice skating. Return to Naryn. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
Half board
Day 7. Naryn – Bokonbaevo
210 Km
I walk along the southern part of Kul Lake, towards the village of Bokonbaevo which is located in the middle of the road connecting Balykchi and Karakol. Bokonbaevo is very popular with visitors as it offers the opportunity to see traditional Kyrgyz life in a beautiful setting and the famous Yurt camps where they live. On the way we will stop at the gorge in Skazka called fairytale for its magnificent rock formations. Excellent place to take pictures. Overnight and dinner with Kyrgyz hunting family. To see a falcon hunting exhibition.
B - D
Day 8. Bokonbaevo – Karakol
135 Km
Transfer to Karakol, the center of ski tourism in Kyrgyzstan. On the way we will visit the icy Barskoon waterfalls. Barskoon waterfalls are protected by the geology of the place and located 90 km southwest of Karakol on one of the forks of the Barskaun river. There are several waterfalls on the site. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Half board
Day 9. Karakol
Karakol is located at the end of Issyk Kul Lake and is surrounded by the Tian Shan Mountains, it is the capital of Issyk Kul Oblast (province). It is the fourth largest city in Kyrgyzstan. “Karakol” means “the black hand” and is the name of the river that runs through the city. Russian immigrants founded this city in 1869 as a military base and administrative center of the caravan route that runs from the Chui Valley to Kashgar. Karakol is a paradise for skiing enthusiasts. During the winter the region has a mild climate, due to the influence of Issyk-Kul Lake (which never freezes). The average temperature in this season is -5°C and the ski season lasts from November to April. Possibility of skiing. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
Half board
Day 10. Altyn Arashan
Altyn-Arashan Gorge is one of the most beautiful places in Kyrgyzstan. The hot springs are open all winter and there are few tourists. Not every car can climb 40 km of completely snowy mountain so we will do it on horseback. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
Half board
Day 11. Karakol – Chon Kemin
305 Km
Transfer to Chon Kemin, a site of great beauty and biodiversity. We will see a landscape of coniferous and mixed forests, pastures covered with thick snow. It is an ideal place to enjoy nature in its purest state. Stay in Guesthouse.
Half board
Day 12. Chon Kemin – Biskek
Transfer from Chon Kemin to Bishkek. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Half board
Day 13. Departure Day.
End of services
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