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Thursday, 12 May 2016 17:02

Accomodation

 

Guesthouses

Village

Contact

Dream House

Gulcha, Alay

0778 604853

Gulcha Guesthouse

Gulcha, Alay

0555 141107

Klara

Gulcha, Alay

0777 086327

Aziz

Gulcha, Alay

0553 985001

Nurjamal

Gulcha, Alay

0772 105906

Batma

Josholu, Alay

0555 194345

Gulsun

Josholu, Alay

0551 329790

Rysbu

Josholu, Alay

0555 268635

Alay Yurt Camp

Kyrkol, Alay

0559 280582

Gulumkan

Sopukorgon, Alay

0550 227663

Azimkan

Sopukorgon, Alay

0773 976390

Yrys

Kichikarakol, Alay

0550 851566

Arstan

Chong Karakol, Alay

0554 959698

Aigul

Sarytash, Alay

0770 365454

Aisalkyn

Sarytash, Alay

0770 323279

Mirbeck

Sarytash, Alay

0773 076793

Eliza

Sarytash, Alay

0773 848811

Mirgul

Nura, Alay

0770 629714

Dyikanbai

Daroot Korgon, Chong Alay

0777 706370 

Abdish

Sarymogol, Alay

0556 092627

Musa

Sarymogol, Alay

0778 975391

Alima

Sarymogol, Alay

0771 044057

Guldar

Daroot Korgon, Cong Alay

0772 152991

Jibeck

Daroot Korgon, Chong Alay

0779 445857

Kunduz

Jashtilek, Chong Alay

0772 142733

Begaiym

Jashtilek, Chong Alay

0552 590029

 

 

The country code is + 996 (000000000). Dial the numbers in the list without zero if you are using international mobile operator 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published in Useful information
Saturday, 30 January 2016 14:02

Icetraveling Co

It is based in Kashkasuu village of Chong Alay region. It has a yurt camp at Achick Tash base camp of Lenin Peak. Here it offers:

-       accommodation in yurts with full meals ( 30 Euros)

-       transportation to/from base camp (7500 soms)

-       documentations to the base camp as permits

-       Luggage horses

-       Trekking

-       Porters

Coordinates:

39°28'37.01"N

72°54'43.65"E

Achyck Tash base, Lenin Peak, Chong Alay region, Osh oblast

Contact:

mobile:+ 996 552244100,  0778653444

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https://www.facebook.com/icetravellingCo/

Contact person:Bakytbeck Egemberdiev

Published in Tours
Saturday, 30 January 2016 13:47

YURT CAMP ALAI

The guest house "YURT CAMP ALAI" began to operate in 2010. At first it was opened as a guest house and offered only lunch service for tourists. Now it offers: yurtstay, short day trekking around the village, demonstration of shyrdak (felt making). Many Tour Companies stop by here to arrange a lunch for their tourists on their way to Sarytash village and beyond. Here at this place you can have local dishes as besh barmak, kattama, bооrsоk.

The guesthouse amenities include:

- Breakfast (buffet)

- Complex lunch (European, national)

- Complex dinner (European, national)

- WI FI

- Shower, bath

- Shop bar

Coordinates:

40°17'26.87"N

73°28'32.97"E

59 T. Beketaev Str., Chakmak village, Alay region, Osh oblast

Contact:

mobile: + 996 777 01 97 24/ 559 28 05 82/ 773 00 79 73

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Contact person:  Saparbaeva Ainura

Published in Tours
Sunday, 24 January 2016 04:58

What travelers say about Alay valley


Embarking the Pamir Highway, I watched as the city of Osh transformed into rolling hills and the Alay Valley rose above us.  Stopping in the small village of Sary-Oi, it was easy to imagine departing on a horsetrek and staying in the yurts sitting quietly in these peaceful green hills.  Further down the road, the villages of Gulcha and Kyrkyl offered pretty B&Bs and curious collections of handicrafts.  The local people of the Alay Valley showed joy and generosity making the landscape shine even brighter with beauty.

The Pamir Highway climbed higher among the Alay Mountains.  The feeling of adventure was mirrored by the impressive landscape; green hills, red cliffs and snowy peaks layered each other to create a spectacular scene with only the grazing sheep to remind you this is Earth.  At the highest peak of the mountain pass, the snow blew all around, impressing the ruggedness of such a remote land.

Descending the pass, the mountain village and Silk Road post of Sary-Tash appeared to welcome us with hot food, a warm bed and smiling faces.  At the convergence of routes to China, Tajikistan and northern Kyrgyzstan, Sary-Tash has offered more than just hospitality for travelers throughout history.  Its legacy supersedes it's unassuming quietness, but is reflected in the towering backdrop of the Pamir Mountain range overlooking the town.

West of Sary-Tash is Sarymogol, a quiet village equipped with an excellent CBT office and knowledgeable staff.  This is the starting point for a multitude of one- day or multi-day hikes or horse treks throughout the Pamirs, many with yurt stays.  We ventured by 4WD vehicle to a yurt community at the base of Peak Lenin, the highest peak in the Pamirs at 7134 metres.  From here, experienced climbers can reach the peak on a long distance trek.  However, we spent the sunny day lazing at the alpine lake Tulpar Köl and enjoying warm yak milk inside the comfortable yurts.  The Pamirs offer a variety of activities for all types of travelers, whether trekking, horseback riding, playing traditional Kyrgyz games or just enjoying traditional Kyrgyz hospitality.

Continuing west of Sarymogol to the villages of Daroot-Korgon and Zhashtilek, the drive is that of unforgettable scenery.  The expansive, snowy Pamirs stand impressively behind green pastures, grazing horses and sheep, rivers and cliffs.  Each village along the way is home to welcoming B&Bs and Zhashtilek is the starting point for a four day horse trek through the Alay Mountains to the village of Kyzyl-Kiya.  The stretch of the Alay Valley sitting between the Alay and Pamir mountain ranges is spectacularly remote and a virtually unexplored part of Central Asia.  If you are looking for a truly unique experience, the Alay Valley has everything for you to create your own adventure.

Exiting the Alay Valley East through the Pamirs into China, I was left with a great sense of history and continuity.  The Silk Road and routes out of Central Asia have settled in the Alay Valley, but the spectacular yet peaceful landscape offers much more than transit.  Its mystery and reservation impresses a powerful energy upon travelers passing through, an energy that I hope will remain beautiful and unique for time to come.

 

 

Published in About us
Friday, 22 January 2016 09:48

Tulparkul lake, auto & trekking, 3 days

DESCRIPTION: Tulparkul lake lays at the foot of Lenin Peak, the highest peak in Pamir mountainsat 7134 meters.The peak can be climbed through professional companies, but just getting to the yurt camp at the lake and hiking around gets you close to the peak, the glacier, and the surrounding valleys. Spend a sunny day relaxing at this alpine lake and enjoying warm yak milk inside the comfortable yurts. The area offers activities for all types of travelers, whether trekking, horseback riding, playing traditional Kyrgyz games or just enjoying traditional Kyrgyz hospitality. Do your best to hike up to ever frozen glaciers and leave the heat of Fergana valley behind.

ITINERARY:Osh city – Sarymogol village – Tulparkol lake near the Lenin Peak  base camp– Osh city.

Day 1. Osh city – Sarymogol village – Tulparkul lake

The four hour drive from Osh takes you to Sarymogol village. Arrival in the village. Lunch at CBT guesthouse. Drive about an hour to get to the yurt camp at Tulparkul lake. Be accommodated in a yurt and enjoy walking around the lake.

Day 2. Tulparkol lake – to the foot of the Lenin Peak

Breakfast.  The walk from the lake towards Peak Lenin glacier takes you straight up the valley into the Pamirs.  You are in sight of the peak the whole time with the river on your right. You will pass Peak Lenin Base Camp about 30 minutes in, and then continue, crossing several run off streams. Avoid marmot holes. Get back to the camp the same way you went. Dinner and overnight are in a yurt. 

Day 3. Tulparkul lake – Osh city.

Breakfast. Experience morning life of locals busy with milking yaks and making creams. Drive back to Osh city (4 hours).

 

Published in Tours
Friday, 22 January 2016 04:18

Tulparkul lake in Pamirs

Tulparkul lake lays at the foot of Lenin Peak, the highest peak in Pamir mountains at 7134 meters. The peak can be climbed through professional companies, but just getting to the yurt camp at the lake and hiking around gets you close to the peak Lenin, the glacier, and the surrounding valleys. Spend a sunny day relaxing at this alpine lake and enjoying warm yak milk inside the comfortable yurts. The area offers activities for all types of travelers, whether trekking, horse riding in Pamirs, playing traditional Kyrgyz games or just enjoying traditional Kyrgyz hospitality.

How to get there: You go to Sarymogol village. Face the direction of Lenin Peak and get the river. Cross the river and get on the unpaved road  while facing Lenin Peak. Keep waling about 25 km. You will see rolling hills when you get close to the lake. The CBT signs take you to the yurts.

The yurt camp itself is a 6-7 walk in from Sary Mogol village, or you can take transport for 2000som (per car). You can also take a horse from Sary Mogol for 1000som, which is a 4-5 hour ride in. Upon arrival at the yurt camp, you are sitting right on Tulpar Lake, and if the sky is clear you have a great view of Peak Lenin (7136m).  The lake is at 3500m, so you are high by this time already. Staying in a yurt is 550som per night (breakfast included), lunches and dinners provided for 250som each. You can pack a tent and pitch it nearby for free and cook for yourself, or camp and buy meals through the eje. It does get cold in the tents due to the elevation, and the yurts stay nice and warm with coal burning stoves. If you are in a tent, bring very warm sleeping bags and clothing.

The walk towards Peak Lenin glacier takes you straight up the valley into the Pamirs.  You are in sight of the peak the whole time, with the river on your right. You will pass Peak Lenin Base Camp about 30 minutes in, and then continue, crossing several run off streams. Some areas have tricky footing, and as everywhere in Alay, beware marmot holes.  Once you get to the end of the valley you will need to descend to a stream to cross over to the glacier. This stream may be very fast and impassable. From the stream, it takes another 20 minutes to get to the glacier, which you can view from a small hill above it. Get back to the camp the same way you went. You can also do this entire trek with horses from the yurt camp.

There are other hikes and horse treks to do in this area, and if the weather is good, you could spend several days exploring and relaxing from the yurt camp.

The CBT office in Sary Mogol can set up your stay at the yurt camp, as well as transport be it vehicular or equine. The coordinator is Abdilla and the contact is ++996 773 50 59 39, ++996 556 09 26 27, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  The office/guesthouse is located in Sary Mogol village.  To get to Sary Mogol from Osh, you can take share taxis from the car park near Kelechek bazaar.  Cost should be 400som. When you enter the village, turn left in the centre of town (there is a Hospitality KG sign).  Turn left again at the next chance and arrive at the guesthouse.

Coordinates:

Latitude    39°30'7.33"N

Longitude    72°55'45.15"E

Published in Sightseeing
Friday, 22 January 2016 04:16

Tuiuck gorge in Pamirs

Tuiuck is the neighboring gorge located next to the base camp of Lenin Peak.  It can be reached from Tulparkul lake. Nice place to enjoy the glaciers and easier to get to glaciers than the way from base camp of Lenin Peak.

Coordinates:

Latitude     39°28'10.38"N

Longitude     73° 0'9.47"E

Published in Sightseeing
Friday, 22 January 2016 04:08

Sarymogol village

”Sary-Mogol” does not say us something, but if you want to reach Lenin Peak, you should go first to Sary-Mogol Village, which is situated on the foot of Lenin Peak. Pamir-Alay mountain ranges constitute the basis of mountainous system of South Kyrgyzstan.The highest point, Lenin Peak, is situated in Alay Valley, and rise above Chon-Alay Range – 7134 meters above sea-level. These ranges have an alpine relief, thus the highest areas covered by snow and glaciers. In Osh oblast there are 1,5 thousand glaciers, with total volume of 1546,3km3. The biggest glaciers are in Chon-Alay Range (total area of 693, 3km2,and in number of 215). Amongst these glaciers are Korjenevsky, Lenin, Korumdu.These are ideal places for those who want to enjoy visiting of jailoo - high altitude summer pastures, ride on yaks, drink tasty kymyz (fermented mare’s milk) and see the high-mountainous lakes. Group of CBT Sary-Mogol can help you if you are interested in getting to know these attractions; they also can organize folklore show, national horse games with your participation. The nights would be pleasant in a yurt on the shore of Tulpar-Kol, on the foot of Lenin Peak and give you the impression that the world is at your feet, since Milky Way is the only thing above!

Coordinates:

Latitude      39°40'38.73"N

Longitude     72°52'55.19"E

Published in Sightseeing

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