Package tours are one of the best ways to visit Kyrgyzstan. The primary reason is convenience. As you already know, travelling in Central Asia is markedly different from what we call travelling. For example: public transport is not well developed here, so you always have to look for taxis or minibuses. Also in some places, it is difficult to book a place to stay overnight such as mountain huts or yurt camps. To ease your travel experience here we have prepared a list of the best package tours to Kyrgyzstan.
When traveling to Kyrgyzstan, it is certainly worth seeing the life of the nomadic Kyrgyz. If you combine it with horseback riding tours and hiking, you make the most of your travelling.
Duration: 9 days
Places you will visit: Bishkek, Son Kol Lake, Issyk Kul lake, Skazka (Fairytale) canyon, Alakul lake, Altyn Arashan, and Karakol gorge.
Kyrgyzstan is a land of glaciers and snow-white peaks with a height of 5000 meters above sea level.
Duration: 7 days
We recommend visiting the town of Enilchek, Lake Merzbacher, Sary Jaz Valley, and Tyuz Pass (4000 m). The tops of this trekking route allow you to see the Khan Tengri peak (6995m). Luckily, the tour is not complicated and does not require any professional climbing training. You will be good with just average physical fit conditions.
Duration of the tour: 9 days.
We will visit the most beautiful places in Kyrgyzstan. Incredibly beautiful mountains, gorges, mountain lakes. Culture of nomadic people and delicious dishes are waiting for you. We will visit: Bishkek town, Fairy Tale Canyon, Karakol gorge, Karakol Peak, Ala kul lake, Sary Jaz Valley, Enilchek town, Karakol, Jeti Oguz, Son Kol lake. Get to know the local people and their nomadic culture.
Kyrgyzstan is a great place for a winter vacation. Especially if you like skiing. We will ski in the ski bases as well as in the wild mountains of Kyrgyzstan. Overnight in winter yurts. Definitely one of the recommended best package tours in Kyrgyzstan.
5. Camping along nomadic trails
Daration: 10 days
A real immersion in the world of nomads in harmony with nature. Camping in tents, and in yurts, hot springs and at the end the rest of the bank of the Issyk Kul.