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Bishkek city tour
Bishkek is the capital of Kyrgyzstan and is the soul and the heart of the Kyrgyz Republic, now its political, economic, scientific and cultural centre. It is a young city but it really has an unusual history. 131 years ago it looked like as a flat step without a single tree - and now it is one of the greenest cities in Kyrgyzstan and even in the whole Central Asia! Your guide will tell you its history and you will see the most famous places of our beautiful city! Read the tour...

Burana Tower
Burana Tower was built in 11 century. There was a successful city on the Great Silk Road - Balasagun. Many traders were coming to that place to sell their good and spend a night. There is a Tower that is 24 meters high now. At that time it was 45 meters high but because of the earthquake in 15 century it fell down. This tower was used as a sign for travelers and traders, as a watching tower and as a place to call local people to pray. After the earthquake in the 15 century people were scared to stay in the city. They thought that God did not want them to live there. That is way there ran away in a hurry and did not have the majority of their things. Our archeologist found many artifacts there and you can see some of them in a local museum. In Soviet time some part of artifacts was taken to Russian. The houses in the city were made of clay and they melt because of time. Now you can see only the tower and a hill nearby that is supposed to be khan's palace.
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Ala Archa
Ala Archa National Park is the favorite place for weekend tours. It is less than an hour away from Bishkek city and you will rise from 750 to 2100 meters above sea level. The name Ala-Archa means Bright Juniper. Junipers grow everywhere there. For Kyrgyz it is a sacred tree that they use almost in all their rituals. When a child born it has a cradle made of juniper, when he is ill adults burn it nearby saying special words, when the child is adult already and wants to merry - again a woman with burning juniper will go inside his new yurt to protect it froma bad spirits. And when the man dies his grave will be also made of this sacred tree.
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Horse riding tour
If you prefer horse riding you can a have horse riding program in Chon Kemin. It takes almost two hours there. Horses always played a huge roll in Kyrgyz life. They used to say that horses are man's wings. Nomad couldn't live without a horse. Now you also have a chance to ride it from Chon Kemin village to the bottom of Tien Shan Mountains.
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Issyk Ata
Issyk Ata gorge is a beautiful gorge with it's health resort. It takes just two hours to get there. It is a beautiful gorge and you can have a light track to a mountain waterfall. There is a small pass that leads you to it. Then you can have a picnic nearby. Also as a option you can go to an open swimming pool with mineral hot springs. You will swim there and enjoy the view of mountains around!
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