Tours and travels in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tour: Travels 1910
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 9 days
On day 1. Escape of Bishkek and the Agreement, you will eat dinner. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in the hotel.
On day 2. After breakfast at Shamsi Valley advance. Trekking down the valley of the Kyzyl-Su. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
On day 3. We - trekking in the Kyzyl-Su. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
On day 4. After breakfast we start trekking to the short passage. Trekking down the Kok-Jar-Su. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
Day 5. We will start trekking down the valley. The study canyons. Lunch on the road. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
Day 6. After breakfast, trekking down the valley. The study canyons. Lunch on the road. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
On day 7. The day begins with breakfast building. Trekking in the passage. Trekking down the valley of the Red Bridge. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
On day 8. Go to Bishkek. Lunch on the road. In the evening you will have lunch and spend the night in tents.
Day 9. Today you fly home. In the morning your guide will choose the airport, in accordance with the time of your initial data.


After independence in 1991 the city was renamed in the Issyk-Kul, but this caused confusion, and in 1992 was named Balykchy ("salmon" - fish). Here is the terminus of the railway from Bishkek, and turning the highway into China, as well as connect the northern and southern shores of Lake Issyk-Kul
 Three kilometers from Balykchy on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul is a plateau Boz-Barmak, where we found parking ancient people related to the Mousterian period (100-40 million years old).
Bar-Bulak, settlement, VIII-XII centuries. Located 1.5 km south-east of the village of the same name. Judging from the remains, it is one of the largest settlements of Issyk-Kul. Occupying an advantageous geographical location, the city played an important role in the south-western part of the Issyk-Kul region.
Bars-bey (675-711 gg.) - Ruler of Kyr, formed on the Yenisei. Pursue an independent foreign policy, was the head of antityurkskih forces after the formation of the Second Turkic khanate. In order to protect the interests of the Yenisei Kirghiz, Bars Bey entered into an alliance with the Chinese empire of the Tang, the Turkic Khanate, and the friendly neighboring tribes. Killed in action during the attack of the Turkic group.


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