Burana Tower and Kemin Tour1 Day | Burana Tower, Kemin

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Excellent one-day tour to the surroundings of Bishkek where you will visit ruins of the ancient town of Balasagun and a local site – Burana Tower. The second part of the excursion will take place in Kemin where you will see the main symbol of nomad Kyrgyz nation – a yurt. You will learn about the structure of this mobile dwelling and how quickly it is set up.

Tour itinerary:

At 9.00 start the trip from Bishkek. First stop is Burana tower, historical complex, which marks the original site of the Karakhanid town, Balasagun. Transfer to Kemin village where you will have lunch in the local Kyrgyz family. After lunch you will have a chance to watch a demonstration of yurt installation (nomadic dwelling) and even take a part in installation if you wish. Local Kyrgyz woman will tell you the meaning of each part the yurt. Transfer back to Bishkek. End of the tour.

 

Tour price includes:

  1. All transfers;
  2. Lunch in a local house;
  3. English speaking guide;
  4. Entrance fee to the museums and sights. Camera/video fees are not included and paid separately;
  5. Yurt installation.

Tour price does not include:

  1. Personal insurance and items not mentioned above;
  2. Accommodation;
  3. Breakfast and dinner in Bishkek.

 

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