Trip and travel Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan Tours: 2009 Travel
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 10 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. Continue to Lake Issyk-kul'skomu of Karakol. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
On day 3. Go to Karakol Valley. Lunch on the road. The arrival of the gorge that leads to Lake Kryla-Kel. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 4. Trekking Alakolja lake. Sights. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 5. We travel over Крыла-Kul (3600 m) on the trail. Breakfast and lunch in the tent suddenly.
Day 6. Trekking in Altyn-Arashan valley. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 7. Day free. Trekking hot mineral веснами Altyn-Arashan Valley. Lunch on the road. Lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 8. We seek Altyn-Arashan Valley. Go to Karakol. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
Day 9. Go to Bishkek. Lunch on the right track. Lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
10 days. You will be selected in accordance with the guide at the airport, in accordance with the time of your initial data.

Tash Tulga, stone circles on the southern shore of Lake Son-Kul. "Tash-Tulga" or "Tulga-tas" means hearth, built of stone (spider-tripod). In the archaeological literature they are called "vosmikamennymi memorial fences." These vosmikamenniki, some dating back to I c. BC, have counterparts in the Altai, Tuva and Western Mongolia. In the Central Tien Shan they do not occur often, "not at all cemeteries Saka era," ie, from this it must be assumed that the custom of building the memorial stones of the eight facilities was not typical for the entire population of Saka-time Tien Shan.
Tash Tulga consists only of altars - vosmikamennikov and not tied to the mounds, which distinguishes it from the same sites of the Altai. Each altar is the laying open of eight stones, arranged in a circle, the average diameter of 1-1.3 meters. Nine of these vosmikamennikov arranged in a line-oriented north-south for 200 m Thus, Tash Tulga is planning structure with numerical symbols.