Our Team Meet with Bakyt
Hello dear guest! My name is Bakyt! I born in Kyrgyzstan. I like to meet with different people around world, learning about other cultures, traditions, and telling about culture and history of my country.
- Spoken languages
- English French Kyrgyz Russian
I am a man in love with nature. I love to discover new unexplored places.
If you decide to visit Kyrgyzstan, discover amazing places and traditions, I will be happy to help with your trip to Kyrgyzstan! I like to build an unusual custom tours by adding your personal touch to the tour. I offer a cultural, trekking and horse riding tours in Kyrgyzstan!
My mainly interest is to discover new destinations
I speak the following languages: English, French, Kyrgyz, Russian.
My favourite tours
Places I love
Talas is a small town in northwestern Kyrgyzstan, located in a long valley between two imposing mountain ranges. Its geographical location is 42°31′N 72°14′E and its population is 32,538 (as of 1999). It is the administrative headquarters of Talas Oblasty. Its economy is traditionally oriented towards the Kazakh city of Dzhambul.
The mythical Kyrgyz national hero, Manas, is said to have been born in the Ala Too mountains in Talas oblast. A few kilometers outside Talas lies a mausoleum, supposedly that of Manas. However, the inscription on its richly-decorated facade dedicates it to "...the most glorious of women Kenizek-Khatun, the daughter of the Emir Abuka". Legend explains that Manas' wife Kanikey ordered a deliberately false inscription in order to mislead her husband's enemies and prevent the desecration of his body. The building, known as "Manastin Khumbuzu" or "The Ghumbez of Manas", is thought to have been built in 1334. It now contains a museum dedicated to the epic. A ceremonial mound also lies nearby.
The Talas river was the site of the Battle of Talas (751 CE), fought between Chinese and Arabian forces, which marked the beginning of China's precipitous decline from its greatest golden age.
Song Kul lake KG
The scenary Song Kul (or Song Kul) lake is the main pasture of nomads. Hundreds yurts are built during summer. The beautiful lake large of about 25-35 km is a natural reserve. Many species of birds are stopping during their long migration. Some tombs from Sakh times and petroglyphs are most ancient traces of live. Different trekking or horseback riding roads are joining the place.
Kel-Suu lake KG
Kel-Suu (means water's lake) makes for a great day hike or overnight backpacking trip.
It's an amazing place for photos on summer or on winter. You will have colorfull views of mountains, beautiful granite's cliffs, meadows, icy peaks and canyons.
The mountain's lake located at the altitude of 3510 m., in the valley of Kurumduk (means "the preserved valley" between high cliffs and East of the Sary Beles mount (4726 m.). Certainly formed after a landslide after the 80's. There are different dirty roads to access to the lake which the length is up to 10 km (100-800 meters wide), then three pass link with the nearby China (officially closed).
Along the way you may present a special permit which can be organized 1 month before your arrival. If you need this permit, just contact us.
Tulpar-Kol lake KG
Lakes Tulpar Koel is a collection of several small lakes at the foot of Lenin Peak. Our eco-tourism partners set up their yurts during the summer and invite travelers to their home. This place offers several day trips on foot or on horseback. In winter, ski-touring expedition, horseriding and hiking are still possible to organize.