One-Day Tour to Ala-Archa Gorge1 Day | Ala-Archa National Park

Ala-Archa One-day Tour

One-Day Tour-1: Ala Archa gorge. 35 km from Bishkek there is one the most visited national parks of Kyrgyzstan – Ala-Archa. There, in the territory of 20,000 ha, a variety of coniferous woods and spruce forest intersticed with rivers and mountain scene appeal to the eye of the travelers.

Tour itinerary:

After breakfast in Bishkek transfer to the Ala-Archa National Park (40 km). You will be in the alpine gorge through which the fast flowing Ala-Archa River runs. The gorge is flanked by tall, snow-covered, peaks with steep-sided, forested, mountain slopes. You will start your walk (3,5 km) from the alpine camp (2200 m) to Ak-Sai waterfall–the height is 35 m (2700 m) - by the path which goes through conifer forest and alpine meadows. Return back to the alpine camp. Transfer to Bishkek.

Price:

Number of people

Price per person, USD:

1

120

2

70

3

50

4

45

5

40

 

Price includes:

  • Transportation throughout the whole trip;
  • English speaking guide;
  • Entrance fee to the national park. Camera/video fees are not included and paid separately.

Price does not include:

  • Personal insurance;
  • Accommodation;
  • Meals.

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