Horse riding and hiking in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tours: 1914 Travel
Actions: Walking Tours
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 9 days
On day 1. Meeting at the Manas international airport and transfer to the city of Bishkek. You will have lunch at the hotel. Lunch will be provided at 19:00, will spend the night in the hotel.
On day 2. In Kochkor morning broadcast, visit the seminar feeling carpet. At noon you dine. Trekking around Kochkorka. Lunch will be provided at 19:00, will spend the night in tents.
3-5 days. After breakfast travel to the construction of lakes Show bar-Kul. Lunch on the road. Koyara village distance to travel ten miles Kochkorka walk upstream. Lunch will be provided at 19:00, will spend the night in tents.5-6 hour drive each day, crossing two passes: 5-to 3260 m and 3700 m 5-day evening of the day to reach the Show- Kul lakes.
Day 6. Life in Syne-Kul lakes in yurts.
On day 7. After strengthening the morning trekking around Lake Show-Kul bar. Dine at noon. Lunch will be provided at 19:00, will spend the night in tents.
On day 8. Your morning will be given at 7:00 shuttle to the city of Bishkek. Lunch will be provided at 19:00, will spend the night in the hotel.
Day 9. Your guide will pick your hotel in the transmission of international airport "Manas, which is organized for the money.


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As a provisional title, The Great Silk Road was a network of roads, which in ancient and medieval times to trade and economic ties between the countries of East and West, who were between the then world civilizations - Roman (Byzantine) and Han (Chinese) empires.
 On the verge of old and new era of trade caravans from China began their journey from Chanyani and went to the Dukhua - a city on the border with the Great Wall. From here the route diverges into two paths: north and south.
 "North Road" took place along the southern slopes of the Tien Shan and the Tarim River, and led through the Turpan to Kashgar, Alai, and then - in the Ferghana Valley (Davan), Central Asian Mesopotamia (Samarkand, measure), then turned to the lower reaches of the Volga and the Northern Black Sea region ( according to Chinese sources - Lixian). It ended with the local Greek colonies. This road, however, was not an established trade route.

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