About this listing
If you want to get the real nomadic experience then this is the place for you to be in. You will get to live with a real nomad family who has a flock of sheep, horses and cows to raise.
This place is functioning yurt camp of the real nomadic family who has herds to take care of in the summer pastures. Located in Sary Tal jailoo, in At-Bashy district. Drink kymyz, ride horses, drive the sheep flocks, eat the nomadic food with your host family, sleep in a yurt. Become a nomad for a day or two!
Guests will have access to anything on the premises of the yurt camp. Meals are not included in the price, and come at additional cost: breakfast 3$ USD a person; lunch and supper 5$ USD a person each. To ride a horse will come at an additional fee of 15$ unguided riding per person and additional 25$ for a guide with a horse. There is a lake and a glacier spring that runs right behind the camp in the water is freezing even in summer. You can participate in daily routine, cooking a meal, milking the mares. Making kymyz. Churning butter. Walking out the sheep. trekking around the nearby gorges that go up to 4000 meter peaks. Also jeep tours are available to Tash-Rabat, Koshoi-Norton historic sites, Sunday animal bazaar, Shaar waterfall, shopping trip to local shyrdak(handmade colorful wool carpet).
Interaction with guests
There will be two separate yurts, one for visitors and the other for the nomad family. The cooking will usually be done in the host yurt and it will serve as a living room for everyone to stay and socialize, dine, prepare meals. And the guests yurt will function as their sleeping quarters.
Other things to note
There are options on how to get there. We have a jeep available to take you to the yurt camp and back. And the other option would be traveling on your own, by taxi or bus. Contact us for more details
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
Hello Guys! My name is Azamat and i live in Bishkek. I spent a few years living in the states and i'm back in my Kyrgyzstan with my family. My parents live in the province of At-Bashi, raising livestock and doing farming. They could have moved to the city and found something more comfortable to do, but its something that day enjoy doing. During summer they move the livestock to summer pastures, and we want to share this unique opportunity with our Friends of spending few days as a Nomad!
I have a jeep and a sedan whoever needs transportation around Bishkek or Kyrgyzstan, i would be more then happy to be part of your Kyrgyzstan experience.
I speak Spanish, Russian, English, Turkish and Kyrgyz, so i could be a guide and an interpreter if there need be. As a whole, i have started a travel company offering tours, transportation, guide/interpreter services. And i welcome everyone of You to give me a call if you decide to visit Kyrgyzstan!
I love life and i try to enjoy everything that is related to it. It is up to you to see the glass half full instead of half empty. And that there is good in every person if we choose to see it. Also, you can learn something new everyday for as long as you live! So, i say, keep your mind open, see the best in people and be willing to learn something new!