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Kyrgyzstan Tours: 1913 Travel
Actions: Walking tour
Duration: 9 days
On day 1. You turn the Manas International Airport, where your guide will meet you. You will be accompanied in the city of Bishkek. Then you have lunch. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
On day 2. Go to Issyk-ATA valley. Growth in the valley. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 3. After strengthening the morning commute from Lake Issyk-Passage of ATA. Lunch on the right track. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 4. We are looking for over 3964 м Issyk-ATA. Lunch on the right track. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 5. We will start trekking down the West Passage to 4032 m Alamedin Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 6. After strengthening the morning trekking down the throat Alamedin Salyk Valley. Lunch on the road. Go to Salyk Valley. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 7. We ride down the canyon to Jotas-Springsun. Navigation-natural Jotas Springs. Lunch on the road. Cottage. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 8. Go to Bishkek. Lunch on the road. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
Day 9. After breakfast you will be selected in accordance with the guide at the airport, in accordance with the time of your initial data.
Tokmok. A small town 60 km east of Bishkek. Translated from kyrgyzskogo means "hammer". This is - a commercial center of Chu valley.
Tokmok izkrepostyuKokandskogo Khanate was one, to protect trade routes and was a regional center for local administration, when the Russian arrived here. In 1878, there were a number of floods and military engineers persuaded to move the administrative center in Pishpek (now Bishkek).
A few kilometers to the south-west of Tokmok found the remains of a large ancient city of Ak-Beshim a Buddhist temple and the Nestorian Church. Ak-Beshim mentioned in medieval sources as a large prosperous city, which was the capital of the Western Turkic state.