WHY CHOOSE US?
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
Sary-Chelek travel is an international travel company with more than 15 years of experience in offering truly unique holidays in Kyrgyzstan.
We are committed to making sure you enjoy the travel adventure of a lifetime by providing tours to some of the most naturally beautiful and unspoiled destinations in the world. Everyone has different approaches and priorities when it comes to travel planning. The team members at Sary-Chelek travel have various areas of expertise in order to cover all of our clients’ travel needs. Whether you’re planning an upcoming trip for work or leisure, We make the booking process easy and enjoyable. Sary-Chelek travel tours allow you to explore places tourists cannot; taking you off the beaten track and giving you access to spectacular scenery, delicious local cuisine, luxury accommodation, and hidden-away villages. We offer jeep tours, hiking tours, horse riding, and cycling tours, for individual travelers, groups, couples or families.
We take care of everything, letting you sit back, relax and enjoy your holiday.
From the moment you step off the plane, our dedicated team of expert guides and carefully selected itineraries will ensure you experience a truly unforgettable holiday. Our attention to detail will guarantee your complete peace of mind.
Since we first started operating in 2001, we have built up both an intimate knowledge of the countries we visit, as well as an excellent relationship with locals, who will welcome you into their hearts and homes. Call us today and start traveling!
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OUR MOST POPULAR TOURS
INCREDIBLE DESTINATIONS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
SARY CHELEK LAKE
Sary Chelek lake is located 500 km from Bishkek and 300 km from Osh, in the territory of the Sary Chelek State Biosphere Reserve. The lake lies on the boundary of At-Oinok and Chatkal ranges, at an altitude of 1940 meters. The lake covers an area of 507 hectares, has a length of 7.5 km, and a depth of 234 meters. It is the second and third deepest lake in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia, respectively. The coastline is covered with dense forests and rocky places in some areas. Sary Chelek is fed by several mountain rivers. The water
TURKISTAN RANGE IN BATKEN
The Ai Köl lake is located on the northern slope of the Turkestan range, about 3000 meters above sea level. It is a small lake surrounded by large cliffs. One can observe its beauty only from afar. The lake is fed by two brooks. The Aigul Tash mountain is located at the entrance of the Kara Bulak village. It is home to an amazingly beautiful flower which red and yellow petals endemic to the area, called aigul, that blooms in April. According to legend, a maiden named Aigul was unable to withstand the news that the man that she loved had died in battle, and threw herself off the cliff of this very mountain. When spring came, wonderful flowers started growing in the places where the maiden’s drops of blood had fallen. People named the flowers Aigul and the mountain Aigul-Tash, after the maiden. The flower is listed in the Red Book.
ALAI VALLY LENIN PEAK
Highland Alai Valley is located in the southernmost area of Kyrgyzstan. This tectonic depression is bounded on the north and south by Alai and Trans-Alai ranges, respectively. It is located 2240-3536 meters above sea level, the average height is 3000 meters. The valley stretches 174 km from west to east. The width varies from 3 to 40 km. The area is 8400 km2. Despite its cold and dry climate, the valley is rich in succulent summer pastures. It is home to various wildlife, including rock partridge, ular, foxes, Alai red marmots, bears and mountain
THE MOST POPULAR DESTINATION IN KYRGYZSTAN IS SON-KOL
The Song Kul Lake is located in the southwestern part of the Naryn province, within a basin between the Song Kul Too and Moldo Too mountain ridges, at an altitude of 3016 meters. It is the second-largest lake, after Issyk-Kul, with a surface area of 278 km2 and a maximum depth of 14 meters. The lake is fed by several mountain rivers. The spacious meadows around the lake have been used as summer pastures by nomadic shepherds since the ancient times. The first reservoir built in Kyrgyzstan in 1956, Orto Tokoy, is located in Kochkor district in the Naryn province on the Chu River, at an altitude of 1700 meters.