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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 14:38

Nomad's movement and horse games festival

Date: 16 July, 2016

Location: Saryoi summer camp, Alay region

Organised by: Visit Alay and CBT Alay

Supported by:“Bai-Alai” Small Business and Income Creation Programme of Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation financed by SDC.

 

Time

Festival Program

8.00-10.00

Arrival at Saryoi summer camp. Folklore music.

10.00-10.30

Welcoming guests and opening speeches. Visiting handicraft vendors. Folklore music.

10.30-11.00

Demonstration of Kyrgyz Nomadic Movement.

11.00-13.00

Demonstration of setting up a yurt. Rope dragging. Yak pulling.

13.00-14.00

Lunch.

14.00-17.00

Horse games: Wrestling on a horse.Coin picking up. Horse contest.

17.00-17.20

Festival closing. The following program is for those who stay overnight

17.20-19.00

Free time to walk around and experience the shepherd’s life.

19.00-20.00

Dinner.

20.00-21.30

Go to bed

   

 

 

Entrance fee: 400 soms including lunch and participation in all festival activities.

Transportation: 400soms from Osh to Sary Oi each way.

 

Extra options to make to most out of your trip to Saryoi summer camp:

 

Option 1:

Overnight stay in a yurt after the festival is 900 soms per person per night, including dinner and breakfast.

Option 2:

Overnight stay in a yurt after the festival and a day trek to Chyiyrchyk summer camp the next day.

 

Trekking Program

Time

Activity

8.00-9.00

Breakfast in yurt.

10.00-17.00

Guided trekking to Chyiyrchyk summer summer camp including picnic lunch on the top of Kumbell pass at 3100 meters.

17.00-18.00

Meet your taxi going to Osh city, one hour drive or stay the night in a yurt at Chyiyrchyk summer camp

18.00-19.00

Arrival in Osh city

Price of the lunch is 250 soms  and the taxi to Osh city from the Chyiyrchyk summer camp is 300 soms

Note:other travel itineraries can also be arranged. Contact our office for more information.

Visit www.visitalay.kg to have more information:

 

Where is Saryoi summer camp?

http://www.visitalay.kg/sigheeing/saryoi-summer-camp

 

Where is Chyyiyrchyck summer camp?

http://www.visitalay.kg/sigheeing/chyyirchyck-summer-camp

 

What is Folklore music?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-23-07-25-33/folklore

 

What is Setting up a yurt?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-23-07-25-33/kyrgyz-yurts

 

What is Souvenir exhibition?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/suvineer-exhibition

What is Ulaktartysh?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/ulaktartysh

What is Tyiyn – Engmei?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/tyiyn-engmei

What is Kyz Kuumai?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/girl-chasing

What is Arkan Tartysh?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/arkan-tartysh

What is Er engish?

http://www.visitalay.kg/2016-01-21-05-28-38/er-engish

 

Why festival? To help our guests, tourists to experience our culture and traditions in depth, and feel the real Kyrgyz hospitality.

 

What is nomadic culture? Kyrgyz people used to be nomads since old times. They used to move to find a place for the livestock. In spite of the technological and social developments, kyrgyz people still follow this culture nowadays.  

VisitAlay office in Osh:

Project Coordinator: Talant Toksonbaev

280 Kurmanjan Datka Str., 2nd floor, hotel Alay, Osh city

Mobile: + 996 555 077621

e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

      www.visitalay.kg

 

tags: activites in osh, yurt stays in osh

Published in Festivals
Friday, 22 January 2016 09:15

Local dishes

Horses, cows and sheep are the main part of Kyrgyz people due to the mountainous relief of the Kyrgyz land. It influenced Kyrgyz cuisine as well. Traditional Kyrgyz food to the great extent comes from mutton, beefand horse meat, as well as various dairy products. The preparation techniques and major ingredients have been strongly influenced by the historically nomadic way of life. Moreover, Kyrgyzstan is home to many different nationalities and their various cuisines. Non-Kyrgyz cuisines that are particularly common and popular in Kyrgyzstan include Uyghur, Dungan, Uzbek, and Russian cuisines.

The common meals in Alay region are:

Oromo - once finished, it comes out as layers of dough that have been filled with finely cut chunks of meat, fat, and whatever else the cook feels like adding – carrots, onion, potato, or pumpkin.  It’s steamed in a special multi-layered pot and is excellent when eaten with a side of ketchup.  You’re more likely to see it served in Kyrgyz homes.

Borsokis dough that is cut into little squares and then fried so that they’re airy inside.  Borsok is a staple food served during holidays. 

Montyis meat, onion, and fat filled dumplings that are usually steamed. 

Plovis originally Uzbek dish, but it became a main dish to welcome guests at  your house. It’s fried onions and carrots mixed into spiced rice served with chunks of tender, boiled meat on top.

Bread– there many types of breads in the country difereing with their size, mixtures inside. It is baked in  tandoor (a clay oven) in the villages.  

Kuimak – liquid dough is fried in warm oil – and is eaten with sour cream.

Meat - The most common form of meat is mutton, beef and horse meat. Almost every meal is cooked with meat. Kyrgyz people cann’t image their lifw without this.

Honeyis also common in Kyrgyz culture. Many families make it in their homes.

Kuurdak- small pieces fried lamb or mutton with onion and spices.

Chuchvara- is meat dumplings of minced meat, onion and spices in dough. It is boiled in a broth with some meat.

Shorpo- is a hot oily soup with chunks of meat, potatoes and carrots

Kymyz- fermented mare’s milk, slightly alcoholic. Usualy made in summer time when people go to summer camps.

Airan(also known as Kefir) - is a milk drink that resembles drinking yogurt. 

Published in Culture

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