Kyrgyzstan Tour – The Very Best of Kyrgyzstan in 14-days!

Kyrgyzstan Tour – The Very Best of Kyrgyzstan

Join us on an incredible 14-day Adventure in Kyrgyzstan!


JULY 15th – 28th, 2021 (5 places left)

AUGUST 15th – 28th, 2021 (12 places left)

SEPTEMBER 12th – 25th, 2021 (6 places left)



(discount available until January 15th, 2021)

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After the big success of our 8-day Overland Expedition and 10-day Adventure Trek in Kyrgyzstan, we decided to combine both trips in one big adventurous round trip: The Very Best of Kyrgyzstan in 14 days!

Do you love adventure, culture, and spending time in nature? Are you ready to travel by 4×4, by horse and on foot to the most pristine alpine lakes of Kyrgyzstan?

Can you imagine yourself camping in majestic valleys and on the shores of crystal-clear mountain lakes? Would you love to meet the Kyrgyz semi-nomads, stay in there yurt camps and travel with them on horses in the surrounding mountains?

If your answer to all these questions is an enthusiastic “yes”,

then you should join our 14-day Adventure Round Trip in Kyrgyzstan!


JULY 15th – 28th, 2021 (5 places left)

AUGUST 15th – 28th, 2021 (12 places left)

SEPTEMBER 12th – 25th, 2021 (6 places left)



(discount available until January 15th, 2021)

Check out our other Kyrgyzstan tours:

10-day Adventure Trek and 8-day Overland Expedition

What can you expect on the Best of Kyrgyzstan Adventure Tour?

During this Adventure Tour, we’ll go by 4×4 to the remote area around Kel Suu Lake, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful and spectacular mountain lakes in the Kyrgyz Republic. 

Kel Suu is located next to the western side of the Kolshaal-Too mountains, not far from the Chinese border, and this lake is very hard to reach if you’re not an experienced driver and have your own 4×4 vehicle. 

You’ll have the chance to go on a few hikes, meet and interact with the local shepherds to learn more about their daily lives, explore the lake by boat and/or just relax and connect with nature.

We’ll also visit Tash Rabat, a 600-year-old caravanserai where travelers used to take a break during their journey along the old Silk Road.

From there, we’ll go on a 1-day horseback trip to the Tash Rabat Pass, a 4.000-meter high mountain pass from where we’ll get a magnificent panoramic view over Chatyr Kul lake, which means “Celestial Lake” in Kyrgyz – the name says it all!

But Kel Suu and Chatyr-Kul aren’t the only beautiful lakes you’ll get to see during this trip! 

We’re also going on a 2-day horseback trek through the amazing mountain pass of Terskye Alatau (Central Tian Shan mountains) around the beautiful Son Kul Lake. Along the way, we’ll meet nomadic shepherds, taste some of the Kyrgyz national dishes and sleep in the yurt camps of nomadic Kyrgyz families.

After we’ve done all these trip on horses, there will be some time to relax, swim in Issyk-Kul lake and attend a musical performance of a traditional Kyrgyz folk band.

We’re saving the best for last: a 4-day trek across the Ala-Kul mountain pass (about 65km in total), during which we’ll hike along the Karakol river and across breathtaking valleys until we reach the gorgeous mountain lake of Ala-Kul, known for its ever-changing watercolors.

During this trek, we’ll be camping in a tent in the most beautiful settings and you’ll be able to bath in the hot springs of the Altyn-Arashan valley.

I’m organizing this tour in collaboration with my good friend and local tour guide Aleksei from Kyrgyz Nomad. During my time in Kyrgyzstan, Aleksei has been an indispensable resource for showing me the most beautiful places in the country and he gave me some great insights into the culture.

This is us (from left to right): my previous travel partner Niko – me (Cynthia )- Aleksei

We’ll also be accompanied by local mountain guides and experienced horsemen who will make sure we smoothly find our way through the mountains.

We’re looking forward to showing you the best of Kyrgyzstan! It’ll be an unforgettable trip and a unique opportunity for you to discover the beauty of a truly magnificent country (which is one of our favorite destinations in the world!)!

Overview of the trip


July 15th – 28th, 2021

August 15th – 28th, 2021

September 12th – 25th, 2021

Start & Finish: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Transport: 4×4 off-road vehicle and minivan with A/C

Housing and lodging: tent, yurts, homestay of local families, guest house

Maximum group size: 15 people

Level of difficulty of the 4-day trek: medium/hard  (the 2nd and 3rd day of the trek are physically very challenging as we’re hiking up steep hills, through rough terrain and above altitudes of 3000 meter. We strongly recommend you do some endurance training in advance!)

Who can join: This Adventure Tour is suitable for adventurous travelers aged 18 and above. The average age of the travelers who have been joining us so far was between 20 and 65 years. The participants are solo travelers, friends, and couples. The Adventure Tour isn’t suitable for families with children who are younger than 16 years. 

Would you like to join this Adventure Tour?


(discount available until January 15th, 2021)

One of our Adventure Groups of 2019

14-day Itinerary

Day 1: Bishkek –Orto Tokoi reservoir – Kochkor – Naryn – Kok-Kiya Valley (Kel Suu area)

We meet up in Bishkek in the early morning and leave at 6 am in the 4×4 vehicles as we have about 10 hours of driving ahead. We make a few stops along the way so we can stretch our legs and enjoy the wonderful views. One of those stops will be at the Orto Tokoi water reservoir.

Orto Tokoi Water Reservoir Kyrgystan

We have a lunch break at a local café in Naryn so you can taste some of the traditional Kyrgyz dishes. After we’ve filled our bellies, we hit the road again and drive to the Kok-Kiya Valley, an area near the border with China.

Along the way, we get treated to some spectacular views over the At-Bashi range and the Eki-Naryn Canyon.

We arrive in the valley in the early evening where we set up camp near the river. At night we cook our dinner together in the kitchen tent and enjoy the meal while we watch the spectacular sunset in the valley.

Our camping spot in the Kok-Kiya Valley

Meals included: Lunch, dinner

Accommodation: Tent

Facilities: None. You can refresh yourself in the lake or in the river.

Day 2: Exploring Kel Suu Lake

After having breakfast in our camp, we go on a hike (about 1.5 km) to explore the stunning Kel Suu Lake. This lake is one of Kyrgyzstan’s most beautiful and unique alpine lakes, located at 3500 meters altitude. It looks like a winding canyon and was formed thousands of years ago by a strong earthquake.

The lake is surrounded by hundreds of meters high cliffs that have numerous caves and alcoves. There’s a small island in the center of the lake that you can reach by boat.

Kel Suu Lake Kyrgyzstan - Kyrgyzstan Travel Tour - 8-day Overland Expedition Journal of Nomads

You can explore the area on foot, on horseback or by boat. You can rent a boat from local people and/or you can rent a horse from the local shepherds. You could also go for a swim, however, the water is very cold (around 6ºC) and the lake is 5 to 10 meters deep so it can be dangerous.

At the end of the day, we return back to our camp.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner
Accommodation: Tent
Facilities: None. You can refresh yourself in the lake or in the river.

Day 3: Kel Suu – Tash Rabat

After having breakfast, we pack up our camp and leave the Kok Kiya Valley to drive towards Tash Rabat. We drive off-road along the most beautiful scenery you can imagine.

We arrive in Tash Rabat in the late afternoon. Tash Rabat is a 15th century stone caravanserai that used to function as a ‘roadside inn’ for the people and their animals who used to travel along the ancient Silk Road. 

We spend the night in a yurt camp and enjoy a lovely dinner from the Kyrgyz cuisine.

Yurt camp at Tash Rabat

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner
Accommodation: Shared Yurt
Facilities: no wi-fi, no hot shower. Toilet is outside.

Day 4: Horseback trip to Tash Rabat Pass

Today we go on a horseback trip (6 hours in total) through the Tash Rabat Valley, all the way up to the Tash Rabat Pass. This is a beautiful 4000-meter mountain pass that gives spectacular views over the Ak Sai Valley and Chatyr Kul lake

Chatyr Kul is one of Kyrgyzstan’s largest and deepest lakes and is frozen most of the year due to its location between glaciers. After enjoying the views and a nice picnic in one of the surrounding valleys, we return to our yurt camp near Tash Rabat.  

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner
Accommodation: Shared Yurt
Facilities: no wi-fi, no hot shower. Toilet is outside.

Day 5: Tash Rabat – Son Kul lake

Once we’ve enjoyed a good breakfast at the yurt camp, we get back in the car and continue our road trip to Son Kul Lake. 

We drive inland, across some stunning mountain passes. In the early afternoon, we have a brief stop in a small town where we stock up on supplies before we continue our off-road trip to Son Kul lake.

We reach the lake in the late afternoon. After arriving at the lake, we have dinner and spend the night in a yurt camp on the shores of Son Kul lake.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner
Accommodation: Shared yurt
Facilities: no wi-fi, no electricity, no hot shower. You can refresh yourself in the lake. Toilet is outside. 

Day 6:  Horseback trek from Son Kul to Kilemche 

We start the day with a typical Kyrgyz breakfast in the yurt. Then we get on our horses and go on a 4-hour ride to Kilemche Valley across a stunning mountain pass.

We have lunch in the valley and spend the afternoon walking or relaxing the area. Many nomadic shepherds live in this valley so you’ll have the time to visit them and experience the life of the local nomads and their culture.

We spend the night in a shared yurt where we also enjoy a locally made dinner.

Kyrgyzstan Travel Tour - Staying in yurt camps

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: Shared yurt.
Facilities: No electricity, no wi-fi, no hot shower. Toilet is outside.

Day 7: Horseback trek from Kilemche Valley to Son Kul Lake

We start our day with breakfast in the yurt. Then we jump back on our horses. Today we take a different route and go on a 3-hour ride along a stunning mountain pass back to Son Kul Lake.

We arrive in the early afternoon so there will be time for a swim in the lake, go for a walk or just enjoy the beauty of the area. 

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner
Accommodation: Shared yurt
Facilities: no wi-fi, no electricity, no hot shower. You can swim and refresh yourself in the lake. Toilet is outside. 

Day 8: Son Kul – Issyk-Kul lake

After breakfast, we get in the car to continue the trip to our next destination – Issyk Kul lake. We’ll drive across a stunning mountain pass and stop to go for a short hike to a hidden waterfall. 

We arrive in the early afternoon in Kayi-Say, a small town on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul lake. Issyk-Kul means “warm lake” in the Kyrgyz language because it never freezes, despite the cold temperatures in the region during winter. There will be some time to relax and swim in the lake.

In the evening we stay at a yurt camp on the shores of Issyk-Kul lake and get treated to the musical performance of a traditional Kyrgyz folk band.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: Shared yurt
Facilities: Warm shower, western-style toilets.

Day 9: Issyk-Kul Lake – Fairytale Canyon – Barskoon Waterfall – Karakol

After breakfast, we drive to the “Fairytale Canyon” for a short hike. The canyon is famous for its unique red “Mars” colors and its strange shapes and is a paradise for photographers.

After wandering around the canyon and taking plenty of photos, we continue our little road trip to the Barskoon Gorge where we visit a beautiful waterfall in the forest.

We get back in the car and finish our trip in the town of Karakol, where we spend the night in a guest house.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner.
Accommodation: Shared room in Karakol guesthouse
Facilities: Hot shower, western-style toilets, wifi.

Day 10: Start of the 4-day hiking trek. Karakol Valley – Sirota

We have breakfast in the guesthouse and get everything prepared for the hiking trek. Once we’re ready, we leave the guesthouse in the late morning and drive to the Karakol gorge. This is the starting point of our 4-day trek.

Today we hike 16km along the fast raging Karakol river to the Karakol Valley where we continue the trek towards the forested oasis named Sirota. Today is a rather “easy” day of hiking. It’s a great introduction to the area and we get treated to some amazing views of the distinct landscapes.

We set up camp on one of the river banks and enjoy a good dinner before we sleep for the first night under the stars.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner.
Accommodation: Tent
Facilities: none. You can refresh yourself in the river.

Day 11:  Hiking towards Ala Kul lake

We start the day with a good breakfast before taking down our tents. Today we’re making a 12 kilometers long ascent to Ala-Kul lake (3500m). The distance might not sound very long but today will be physically challenging as we’ll have to hike up a steep hill for hours in a row. Don’t underestimate this trek!

Don’t forget to stop along the way to catch your breath and enjoy the magnificent views! We’ll also pass a beautiful waterfall.

Once we reach the lake that locals refer to as the ‘pristine diamond of the Karakol Canyon’, we continue hiking for a bit before reaching our camp above the shores of the lake. 

We have a well-deserved rest while enjoying the view over the lake and its ever-changing colors. The water changes hourly from azure to violet, depending on the weather conditions.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner.
Accommodation: Tent
Facilities: none.

Day 12: Ala Kul pass –  Altyn-Arashan Valley

After breakfast and packing up, we continue our hike towards the Ala-Kul pass (3850m). The total hiking distance today is around 17 km. It doesn’t sound very long but it will be another physically challenging day. 

We start with a 2-hour challenging climb to the Ala Kul mountain pass and once we reach the summit, we get treated to a panorama of the highest peaks of the Terskey Alatau mountain range: Karakol Peak, Djigit, and the Oguz Bachi Peaks. Those peaks create a ridge that goes across the horizon from East to West.

We take a small break here to enjoy the magnificent views (and catch our breath) before we start our descent towards the Keldeke Gorge and the Altyn-Arashan valley (2600m).

Altyn-Arashan means ‘Golden Spa’ and is famous for its hot sulfur springs. The mineral water has a temperature of 40-50°C. Once we arrive, we take a well-deserved therapeutic bath in the indoor hot springs before having dinner at a guest house. Then we set up camp to sleep one last time in our tents.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner.
Accommodation: Tent
Facilities: Bathing in indoor hot springs!

Day 13: Last day of the trek. Altyn-Arashan – Ak-Suu – Karakol

This is the last day of the trek! After our breakfast, we hike 19 km along the Arashan river toward the village of Ak-Suu, the endpoint of this trek.

In the morning, we’ll pass the hidden outdoor hot springs where we can sit in an outdoor bath with a view!

Once we’ve arrived in the village, we hop in the car and drive back to Karakol. In the evening we enjoy a delicious and nourishing dinner at the same guest house where we stayed on day 5. 

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner.
Accommodation: Shared room in Karakol guesthouse
Facilities: Hot shower, western-style toilets, wi-fi.

Day 14:  Return to Bishkek.

We enjoy one last breakfast together before we head back around 9 am to Bishkek. Today will be a long day of driving (around 7 hours)!

Along the way, we stop to visit the Jeti Oguz Gorge and we take a lunch break at the south shores of lake Issyk-Kul during which we can go for a swim in the lake.

Top Things to do in Kyrgyzstan - jeti oguz - Journal of Nomads

Jeti Oguz

When we arrive in Bishkek, we’ll drop off everyone at a central location in the city center where we can easily park the vans and unload the luggage. If needed, we’ll call a taxi for you so you can easily get to your hostel or hotel. 

This is the moment where the tour is finished! There’s an optional dinner to say goodbye to our amazing group of friends!

Meals included: Breakfast

Note: This itinerary can be modified in case of weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.

Watch the video of the trek towards Ala Kul:

Costs of the Trip

Price for the 14-day tour: 1500 euro per person (max. 15 people)

 RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT ON THE TOTAL TOUR COSTS if you book before January 15th, 2021!

What’s included in this price?

  • Transportation: Van with AC and 4×4 SUV with an experienced local driver
  • Accommodation: shared rooms in homestay and guesthouses, shared space in yurts
  • Rent of one big tent to use as a kitchen for the group
  • All meals mentioned in the itinerary
  • All activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • Border permits for the Kel Suu lake area
  • Entry tickets to Tash Rabat, Fairy Tale Canyon, National Park areas in Karakol, hot springs
  • 1 horse per person during the 3-days of horseriding
  • Experienced horsemen who guide us during the 2 horseback trips
  • Certified local guides and cook who accompany us during the 4-day trek to Ala Kul

Kel Suu is located near the Chinese border and there are military checkpoints on the road to the lake. Anyone who wants to go there needs a border permit. To arrange these border permits for you, we’ll ask a copy of your passport when you finalize your booking.

What’s not included in this price?

  • Airfares to and from Bishkek
  • Visa application fee (however, Kyrgyzstan is visa-free for most EU and other countries. Check this link to see if you can visit the country without having to obtain a visa)
  • Medical or travel insurance (mandatory to join our trip). We recommend SafetyWing or World Nomads Travel Insurance (worldwide) if you want a good insurance provider (in case you don’t have one yet).
  • Lodging in Bishkek
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary (there will be an opportunity to buy snacks before we go off-road)
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Personal expenses and souvenirs
  • Camping material: tent, sleeping bag, camping mattress (we offer you the possibility to rent these before the tour for the additional price of max.€10 per day)
  • Private room in guesthouse (we stay in a shared room in the guesthouses, if you want to have your own private room, please mention beforehand as there will be an additional cost)
  • Additional services: you can request a personal porter to carry your luggage (up to 15kg) during the 4-day hike to Ala-Kul lake (which we highly recommend!). A local porter costs €150 for the 4 days (the money goes in its entirety to the porter). 

What you need to know before joining this tour

  • Visa for Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan has a visa-free policy for citizens of 61 countries, including citizens of most EU countries, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Check here to see whether or not you need to obtain a visa or if you’re granted a free visa on arrival.

  • Coronavirus

As of December 5th, Kyrgyzstan has opened its borders again. Travelers can currently only fly in, entering by land borders isn’t possible just yet. 

You need a negative Covid- PCR test issued in the last 72 hours before entering Kyrgyzstan.

  • Housing and lodging during the tour

We put together this tour with the intention of providing you with an authentic Kyrgyz experience. Therefore we organized lodging in homestays, guesthouses, and yurts with local families so you can get a real taste of the Kyrgyz culture.

We will sleep in shared spaces, exactly like the Kyrgyz families do. In the guesthouses you’ll have your own bed, in the homestay and yurt we sleep on thick blankets on the floor. These blankets are very comfortable and soft so we can ensure that you’ll sleep very well!

The remaining nights you will camp in your own tent so definitely bring a good camping mattress and a warm sleeping bag as the nights in the mountains might get cold.

  • Bathroom facilities in Kyrgyzstan

Along the road and in remote areas, there are no western-style toilets. Even at the gas stations or road restaurants, you’ll have to feel comfortable with a squat toilet.

With the exception of the guesthouses where you’ll have a hot shower and western-style toilet, most toilets will be outside in the form of a separate small building with a hole in the ground. Sometimes there’s toilet paper but definitely bring a roll (or two) of toilet paper with you on this tour.

When we’re camping near Kel Suu lake and during the 4-day hike to lake Ala Kul, you have to feel comfortable by doing ‘your business’ in nature. You also have to be fine with not being able to take a hot shower for the majority of the time but you can refresh yourself in the lakes and rivers.

A typical “bathroom” of a yurt camp

  • Food in Kyrgyzstan

Breakfast is usually fried eggs, bread and/or porridge.

Lunch and dinner usually consist of 2 courses. The first course is often a hearty soup. The second course is mutton, beef and chicken, served with noodles or rice and a salad on the side. Mention if you’re vegetarian so we can arrange meals without meat for you!

  • Weather in Kyrgyzstan

July and August are the best months during the summer for horseback riding and trekking in the mountains. The average temperature in the mountains is between 15 and 25 ºC during the day, nights can be chilly (between 0 to 10 ºC).

However, the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable so we might experience rain, snow, and sun in one day. Bring warm and waterproof clothes, suitable for any weather condition.

The weather in the mountains is very unpredictable. We might have 4 seasons in one day!

  • Gear/ equipment needed for this tour

As this is an adventurous tour, you’ll need a backpack in which you carry your clothes, personal items, tent, sleeping bag and camping mattress.

Once you’ve booked for this trip, you’ll receive a detailed packing list from us. You can already read our Packing List for Trekking in Kyrgyzstan to get an idea of what you’ll need. 

You’ll be able to leave some of your belongings in a secure place during the 2-day horseback ride at Song Kul and the 4-day trek to Ala Kul. 

Don’t underestimate the 4-day hiking trek! The terrain is rough, the altitude is high (above 3000 meters) and if you’re not used to doing multi-day treks, we highly recommend you rent a personal porter (€150 for 4 days)! The money goes integrally to the porter itself so the trek won’t only be a more enjoyable experience for you if you don’t carry that much weight, you’ll also support the local community. 

If you don’t take a porter, you’ll have to carry your own backpack with all your camping and trekking gear and personal food supplies during those 4 days. 

Trekking equipment such as hiking poles, tent, sleeping bags, and camping mats can be rented on a daily basis (not more than €10/day). 

  • Charging electronics

There will only be 3 nights on this 14-day tour during which you can charge your electronic devices. Bring enough batteries for your camera and a USB power bank to keep your electronic accessories charged.

In Kyrgyzstan, the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F (same like in Europe). The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

  • Will this tour be dangerous?

We want to give you an adventurous experience, not a dangerous one! The biggest danger is that you might not want to leave Kyrgyzstan (that’s why we stayed almost 1 year in the country and keep coming back…).

Kyrgyzstan is one of the safest countries in Asia. To ensure your safety in the mountains, we’ll be accompanied by experienced mountain guides who know all the paths. Safety is our priority and we wouldn’t organize anything that would put you in danger!

The only danger is that you might enjoy it here so much that you just don’t want to leave!

  • Do I need to have previous camping/ hiking/horseback riding experience?

You don’t need to have previous camping experience but you need to be aware of what you’re signing up for.

This is not a ‘glamping’ trip so you need to be comfortable with living in basic conditions, not being able to take a hot shower for days in a row (you can wash yourself in the lakes and/or rivers) and feel confident enough to use a tree or a hole in the ground as a toilet.

When you sign up, we’ll ask about your horseriding experience. It’s not a problem if you’ve never ridden a horse before. We’ll give instructions and the horses are used to carrying inexperienced riders.  They’ll walk very slowly so all you have to do is sit and enjoy the ride. We’ll also have some experienced horsemen with us that will guide and help you if needed.

The majority of the travelers who’ve signed up in the past didn’t have any horse riding experience so don’t worry, we got your back!

Active mountain trekking is teamwork, so we’ll help each other with setting the camp, building a cover for the rain and motivate each other during the steeper parts of the trek.

The only thing that you have to keep in mind is that the 4-day hike will be difficult during the climbing parts. If you’re not used to doing physical activity, train beforehand and build up your endurance by doing cardio exercises before starting this trek.

Even if you have done a multiple-day trek before, don’t underestimate this hike! It’s not a walk in the park so we highly recommend you rent a porter to carry your gear! 

Don’t underestimate this hike!!

  • Altitude levels

On this trip, we’ll be reaching high altitudes with an average of 3500 meters above sea level. You’ll have the time to get used to the altitude but in case you ever had issues with altitude sickness, please seek medical advice before booking this trip.

The highest places we reach will be the Tash Rabat pass at 4000 meters and the Ala-Kul pass at 3850 meters. 

In case you have more questions about this tour, don’t hesitate to contact us.


Cost of tour:

€1500 per person (10% discount if you book before December 31st, 2020!)

Express your interest to participate by May 15th, 2021.

The earlier you do it, the earlier your spot in the group will be reserved (max. 15 people)


JULY 15th – 28th, 2021 (6 places left)

AUGUST 15th – 28th, 2021 (12 places left)

SEPTEMBER 12th – 25th, 2021 (6 places left)


Confirm your participation with a non-refundable deposit of €300 per person.

Deposits can be made via bank transfer in EUR or USD.

The remainder of the tour cost is required by May 31st, 2021.

As soon as we receive your booking, we’ll send out the payment details. You have 48 hours to pay the deposit. If not, we have to cancel your participation and reserve the place for the next person who books.

If you have any more questions or want more info, please contact us here!

Cancellation policy

If for any reason you need to cancel your participation on this tour, we won’t be able to refund your deposit (we need the deposit to cover the basic costs related to vendor payments).

If you have already paid the total cost of the tour, this is the percentage of refund available:

Before 31st March 2021 – 100% of total trip cost (minus deposit)
Between April 1st and April 30th, 2021 — 70% of total trip cost (minus deposit)
Between May 1st and May 31st, 2021 – 50% of total trip cost (minus deposit)
After May 31st, 2021 – No refund available.

In case you or we have to cancel this tour due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control (pandemic, political reasons, natural disasters,…), you will receive a full refund of the tour costs, minus the deposit. We’ll also offer you the possibility to transfer the deposit to the following year and give you a guaranteed place on one of our tours in Kyrgyzstan in 2022.

We’re so excited to share this adventure with you!!
We hope to see you in Kyrgyzstan!

Cynthia & Aleksei