Perseids & Supermoon in the pamir mountains, solar furnace and silk road cities

Astronomy Tour in Pamir Mountains, Medieval Observatory and Uzbekistan's Spectacular Solar Furnace

 

Tour destinations: Kyrgyzstan, Pamir Mountains Uzbekistan
Itinerary duration: 14 days / 13 nights
Itinerary: Osh – Kyrgyz-Ata National Park – Yurt Camp in the Pamir Mountains – Osh – Rishtan Kokand Tashkent – Solar Furnace (Physics Of The Sun Institute) – SamarkandBukhara - Tashkent

GUARANTEE DATES OF THE GROUP TOUR 2022:

  10.08.2022–23.08.2022  

Персеиды и суперлуние в горах Памира, Солнечная печь и города Шёлкового пути

Astronomic tour accompanied by an astronomer and numerologist is an inspiring trekking in the Pamir Mountains with comfortable staying and restaurant food, skywatching and immersion into the space mysteries. After the mountain tour we are in for travel through the Silk Road cities.

What can we expect from the tour:

  • The brightest astronomic events of the summer 2022: Perseids meteor shower, Supermoon and Saturn at opposition.
  • Healthy physical activity and stunning trekking experience.
  • Observation of the Moon's surface and Solar system planets in the telescope.
  • Fascinating lectures on numerology and the mysteries of the space.
  • Physics Of The Sun Institute (there are only 2 similar places in the world!), where we will see the work of the Big Solar Furnace.
  • The capital of the ancient Kokand Khanate, handicraft centers, pearls of the Silk Road – majestic Samarkand and sacred Bukhara with the original atmosphere of a medieval oriental city.

Where we are going to stay:

  • 7 nights in cozy and reliable hotels;
  • 4 nights in the Yurt camp – Glamping site in the Pamirs at an altitude of 3600 m above sea level: accommodation in heated tents or heated authentic Kyrgyz yurts with a private bathroom, warm dining yurt, delicious food – three meals a day;
  • 2 nights in the Camp 1 (4400 m) at the foot of Lenin Peak (7134 m): tents, warm sleeping bags, a warm dining yurt, three meals a day.
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Tour program:
Day 1. Arrival in Osh. Osh – Kyrgyz-Ata National Park – Osh (80 km).
Travel time: 5 hours.
Meeting at the airport, transfer to a hotel and check-in.
Excursion to the Kyrgyz-Ata National Park (40 km, 2 h). Walking in the picturesque gorge at the foothills of the Alai Ridge, acquaintance with lifestyle and traditions of Kyrgyz nomads (horseback riding – optionally).
Koumiss beverage tasting and lunch in the nomads' yurt.
Return to Osh.
Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Overnight at a hotel.
Day 2. Transfer to the Pamirs, “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (280 km). Trekking (3 km).
Travel time: 5 hours.
Transfer along the Pamir Highway to the yurt camp located on the Edelweiss meadow at the foot of Lenin Peak. Arrival at the camp, accommodation.
Walking to the Lukovaya (Leek) Meadow (3 km), located at an altitude of 3800 m.
Observing the starry sky and the Perseids – a meteor shower that appears annually in August from the Perseus constellation. Master classes on orienteering by the stars and constellations. In case of bad weather – gatherings in the warm yurt and storytelling about the Solar system.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600 m).
Day 3. Hiking to the sacred Tulpar-Kel Lake (10 km).
Travel time: 4-5 hours; altitude difference: + 200 m, -200 m.
Hiking to the turquoise Tulpar-Kel Lake and the sacred stone of the Achik-Tash River valley. Return to the camp. Master class on cooking Uzgen plov. A professional chef will tell about the secrets of cooking the perfect plov, and everyone will be able to join the process.
Observing of the Supermoon, when the Earth's satellite will be at its closest point to the planet. We will have a look at the surface of the Moon with its craters and seas. In case of bad weather – gatherings in the warm yurt and storytelling about the structure of galaxies.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600 m).

Day 4. Hiking to a scenic viewpoint on the Petrovskiy Peak ridge (6 km).
Travel time: 5 hours; altitude difference: + 800 m, -800 m.
Hiking up to 4.400 m. where you can enjoy a stunning 360° panorama of the picturesque Alai Valley, colorful lakes, the majestic Trans-Alay Range and its main peak – Lenin Peak. Return to the camp.
Stargazing and Night Sky Watching. Master classes on orienteering by the stars and constellations. In case of bad weather – gatherings in the warm yurt and storytelling about cosmology.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600 m).
Day 5. Trekking to the “Sunny” camp (4400 m) at the foot of Lenin Peak, 7134 m (12 km).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; altitude difference: + 800 m.
The route to the "Sunny” camp runs through the mysterious Lukovaya (Leek) Meadow, Puteshestvennikov Pass, Marmots meadow, Castle of Alai Spirits and the grandiose Lenin Glacier.
Accommodation at the “Sunny” camp. Rest.
Stargazing and Night Sky Watching. If we're lucky, we'll see Saturn planet and its rings as on that day it is supposed to be at the closest possible distance from the Earth. Storytelling about mysteries of the space.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at the "Sunny” camp (4400 m).
Day 6. Hiking to a natural viewing platform on a spur of the Trans-Alay Range (5 km).
Travel time: 4 hours; altitude difference: + 350 m, -350 m.
Hiking up to 4,750 m on a spur of the Trans-Alay Range, where you can enjoy the main view of the majestic North Face of Lenin Peak and Lenin glacier.
Master class from the chef on cooking in the highlands.
Observing the starry sky and the Perseids, storytelling about mysteries of the space.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at the "Sunny” camp (4400 m).
Day 7. Descent to “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (12 km).
Travel time: 5 hours; altitude difference: -800 m.
On the way down we enjoy the picturesque colorful rocks, quaint stone towers and the “Edge of the Earth” canyon in the valley of the Achik-Tash River.
Accommodation at the “Edelweiss Meadow” camp. Rest. Sauna.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600 m).
Day 8. Transfer to Osh (280 km). Sightseeing in Osh.
Travel time: 5 hours.
Transfer to Osh through the famous Alay Valley, high-altitude Taldyk (3615 m) and Chiirchik (2408 m) passes.
Arrival in Osh, check-in at a hotel. Lunch at a local restaurant (payment on site according to a menu).
Sightseeing in Osh: sacred Sulayman-Too mountain, visiting museum in a cave and viewing platform; walking through the central square of the city, Osh bazaar.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 9. Osh – Rishtan – Kokand – Tashkent (420 km).
Travel time: 6-8 hours.
Transfer to the land border with Uzbekistan. Border formalities.
Transfer to Rishtan. Visiting the Center of Ceramics, acquaintance with the masters and their crafts. Demonstration of ceramic pottery making process.
Transfer to Kokand, the former capital of the Khanate of Kokand (18-19 cc.). Sightseeing in Kokand: Khudoyar-Khan Palace, Modari-Khan Mausoleum, Djami Mosque, Necropolis Dakhma-i-Shakhon.
Transfer to Tashkent via the Kamchik pass (2285 m). Check-in at a hotel.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Day 10. Tashkent – Physics Of The Sun Institute (foothills of the Tian Shan Mountains) – Tashkent (140 km).
Excursion to the Physics Of The Sun Institute (Solar Institute). We will learn about the work of Solar laboratory and find out why this particular region of Uzbekistan was chosen for the construction of the famous Solar Furnace – one of the two existing in the world! We will see solar heliostats which direct rays to a giant concentrator, consisting of 10,700 mirror elements. The temperature at the focus of the concentrator rays reaches 3000 degrees.
Return to Tashkent. After lunch – sightseeing in Tashkent: Khast-Imam Square, Barak-Khan Madrasah, Kafal-al-Shashi Mausoleum, Kukeldash Madrasah, the oldest bazaar of Tashkent “Chorsu”, Independence Square, Amir Temur Square.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Day 11. Tashkent – Samarkand (330 km). Samarkand (sightseeing).
Travel time: 2 hours.
Transfer to Samarkand by high-speed train Afrosiab (08:00-10:10).
Samarkand is probably the best-known Uzbekistan’s historic city. Over 2,750 years of age, it has a rich history and boasts world-famous masterpieces of medieval Islamic architecture, most of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Sightseeing in Samarkand: the most impressive square in the entire Central Asia – the Registan Square (Madrasah of Ulugbek, Sher-Dor Madrasah, Tilya-Kori Madrasah); Gur-e Amir Mausoleum – necropolis of the Timurids; Bibi-Khanym Mosque; architectural ensemble Shah-i-Zinda. We will also visit Ulugbek Observatory (XV c.), one of the most significant observatories of the Middle Ages built by the Timurid astronomer, where a huge goniometer instrument – sextant has been preserved underground.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Day 12. Samarkand – Bukhara (280 km). Bukhara (sightseeing).
Travel time: 1,5 hours.
Transfer to Bukhara by high-speed train Afrosiab (09:50–11:19).
Bukhara is one of the world’s oldest cities and one of the seven holy cities of Islam. It is over 2,500 years old, and seems to be emanating the breath of history. The city was a large political and religious center in the Middle Ages with over 350 mosques and 80 madrasahs (Islamic colleges), many of which survive. The historic center of Bukhara is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sightseeing in Bukhara: Lyab-i Hauz Architectural Ensemble, Kukeldash Madrasah, Nadir Divan-Begi Madrasah. Visit the shopping district with domed shopping arcade of the 16th century, where national arts and handicrafts workshops are presented.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Day 13. Bukhara (sightseeing). Bukhara – Tashkent (580 km).
Travel time: 4 hours.
Continuation of sightseeing in Bukhara: Mausoleum of Samanids, Chashma Ayub Mausoleum, Bolo-Khauz Complex, Ark Citadel, Po-i-Kalyan Complex, Abdulaziz-Khan Madrasah, Ulugbek Madrasah.
Transfer to Tashkent by train Afrosiab. Meeting at the railway station, check in at the hotel.
Meals: breakfast.

Day 14. Tashkent (departure).
Transfer to the airport. The end of the tour program. Departure from Tashkent.
Meals: breakfast.

The cost of the tour includes:

  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport.
  • All transfers according to the tour program on comfortable transport.
  • Economy class train Afrosiab tickets (Tashkent – Samarkand, Samarkand – Bukhara, Bukhara – Tashkent).
  • Guided sightseeing tours according to the program.
  • Accompanying guide in Uzbekistan.
  • Mountain guide services during the trekking part of the tour in the Pamir Mountains.
  • All needed documents arrangement for visiting the region.
  • Master class on ceramics in Rishtan.
  • Excursion to the Physics Of The Sun Institute (Solar Institute).
  • Meals - according to the tour program.
  • Accommodation:
    • At the hotels on twin/double sharing basis with breakfasts – 7 nights.
    • In "Edelweiss Meadow” yurt camp (3600 m) – 4 nights:
    • Option «Standard»
      – accommodation in heated camping tents, 1-2 persons per cent. The tents are equipped with: electricity, individual heaters, beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows and changeable bed linen: flat sheets, bed sheets, and pillowcases.
    • Option «Comfort»
      – accommodation in a comfortable yurt, 1-2 persons per yurt. The yurt is equipped with: private bathroom (shower cabin, toilet, hot and cold water); heating, electricity, beds with changeable bed linen, wardrobes, desk, armchairs, electric kettle, toiletries, hairdryer; towels.
    • In "Sunny” camp (4400 m) – 2: nights: accommodation in comfortable camping tents. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal insulation, foam mattresses.
  • Meals in "Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600 m) and "Sunny” camp (4400 m): full board, 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian.
  • Equipment rental for the period of trekking part (free):
    • Sleeping bag (for visiting "Sunny” camp),
    • Telescopic ski sticks for walking,
    • Raincoat,
    • Headlamp,
    • Sleeping pad,
    • Metallic vacuum flask,
    • High gaiters to protect boots from snow,
    • First-aid kit (group).
    • Services for personal luggage transportation (up to 15kg) by horses from "Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600m) to "Sunny” camp (4400m) and back.
    • Medical service in "Edelweiss Meadow” camp and "Sunny” camp.
    • Infrastructure of Edelweiss Meadow” camp (3600m):
      • Heated Kyrgyz yurts for meals and leisure activities;
      • Washstand and toilet;
      • Sauna and shower cabins;
      • Medical service;
      • Luggage room;
      • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.
    • Infrastructure of "Sunny” camp (4400 m):
      • Heated Kyrgyz yurts for meals and leisure activities;
      • Washstand and toilet;
      • Medical service;
      • Sauna (extra charge);
      • Luggage room;
      • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.

    The cost of the tour doesn’t include:

    • Entrance fees at museums and monuments ~ 55 USD/pax for the entire tour program;
    • International flights;
    • The cost of meals in the cities;
    • Medical costs and insurance.

    Additional Services:

    • Individual consultation of a numerologist in free time for an additional fee;
    • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure:
      • Single room – 45 USD/per room /per night;
      • Double room – 55 USD/per room /per night.

     

    Hotels:

    City/ Location Hotels/ Accommodation
    Osh Sunrise Osh Hotel 3* or similar
    "Edelweiss Meadow”
    yurt camp
    Standard – accommodation in heated camping tents

    Comfort – accommodation in heated Kyrgyz yurt
    "Sunny” camp Accommodation in camping tents
    Tashkent Samir 3* / Orient Grand Hotel 3* or similar
    Samarkand Arba 3* / Jahon Palace 3* or similar
    Bukhara Kabir Hotel 3* / Kavsar Hotel 3* or similar

    Note:

    Necessary equipment and clothing for trekking in the Pamir mountains:
    1 Small backpack (30-40 l) convenient for walking.
    2 Transport trunk. Not essential, but it facilitates the horseback transportation of the luggage.
    3 Sunscreen SPF 25-40.
    4 Sunglasses.
    5 Lightweight trekking boots.
    6 Hiking shoes and/or sandals to walk within and around the camp.
    7 Down jacket / synthetic insulated jacket.
    8 Assault jacket, for instance GORE-TEX.
    9 Assault trousers, for instance GORE-TEX.
    10 Lightweight thermal underwear - optionally.
    11 Thin thermal gloves and thick insulated gloves.
    12 Peaked cap or panama hat + insulated winter hat.
    13 T-shirts.
    14 High socks, thermal socks + regular socks.
    15 Lip balm.
    16 First-aid kit (personal).

    Transport.
    During the tour the following types of transport will be provided depending on the number of people in a group:

    In Kyrgyzstan:

    Group Vehicle
    Group 1–3 pax. "Mitsubishi Delica"
    Group 4–15 pax. "Mercedes-Benz Sprinter"

    In Uzbekistan:

    Group Vehicle
    Group 1–2 pax. "Chevrolet Lacetti"
    Group 3–5 pax. "Hyundai Grand Starex"
    Group 6–9 pax. "Toyota Hiace" / "King Long"
    Group 10–15 pax. "Eurise"
    Group 16–45 pax. "Golden Dragon"

 

 

How to Come to "Edelweiss Meadow Camp"

A journey to our "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" on Edelweiss Meadow at the foot of Lenin Peak (3,600 m) takes 5-6 hours if you set out on it from Osh where you can easily get by air; international flights arrive in the city every day. We shall travel in a comfortable motor vehicle along the Pamir Highway over picturesque mountain passes, through cute native mountain villages and Alay Valley.
Russian nationals do not need visas to enter Kyrgyzstan; only their internal passports are required to visit the country. There are regular direct flights to Osh from Moscow and other Russian cities and CIS countries, so if you arrive in Osh in the morning, you will have dinner in "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" traditional Kyrgyz yurt in the Pamirs in the evening the same day already.
If you have time to stroll about Osh, you will be pleased with the views and colors of this Asian city. Osh is often referred to as ‘the southern capital’ of Kyrgyzstan. It is the country’s second largest city. You will meet kind and hospitable people and see green busy streets with a lot of cozy cafes. You will visit the exotic local bazaar, and Suleiman Mountain - the main Osh’s place of attraction and the only Kyrgyzstan’s World Heritage Site. The mountain rises in the middle of the city, which enhances its impressiveness and indicates that the Pamirs are not far already.

There are three ways to get to "Edelweiss Meadow Camp":

1. Via Osh, proceeding to the camp by road (Thanks to Kyrgyz visa-free regime regulations and the flights to Osh from Moscow and other CIS cities, including Turkish Airlines flights, this is the best way today, since it allows for saving money and, most importantly, time.)
2. Via Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, proceeding to Osh and thence to the camp by road (The journey from Tashkent to Osh will take 6-7 hours. On the way to Osh you will travel through the picturesque Kamchik Mountain Pass and Ferghana Valley. Nationals of non-CIS countries will need Uzbekistan visas to come via Tashkent.)
3. Via Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, proceeding to Osh by air and thence to the camp by road. (Note the flight baggage allowance is 15 kg, with additional weight to cost 0.7 EURO per kg.)

Visa to Kyrgyzstan

Under current rules visa-free stay within unlimited period on the territory of Kyrgyzstan is granted for the nationals of the following countries:

  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belorussia
  • Cuba
  • Georgia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Laos
  • Moldova
  • North Korea
  • Russia
  • Tajikistan
  • Vietnam

List of states granted visa-free stay up to 90 days: Mongolia, Ukraine.

List of states granted visa-free stay up to 60 days

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Andorra
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Bahrain
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Britain
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Kuwait
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Qatar
  • Republic of Korea
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States of America
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vatican

Visa-free access to Kyrgyzstan up to 30 days: Malaysia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

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  1. What is the minimal age for the participation in ‘Astronomy Tour ’ program? Can children stay at high altitudes?
  2. What is the night and day temperature in the camps?
  3. What kind of clothes should I wear in the area?
  4. Should I get travel insurance?
  5. What are the chances of running into dangerous creatures such as venomous snakes, spiders, scorpions, ticks?
  6. What services are included in the program?
  7. Can people with health problems take the tour?
  8. What should I do if I feel bad in Camps?
  9. What facilities do the camps feature?
  10. What currency is used in Lenin Peak area?
  1. What is the minimal age for the participation in ‘Vacation in the Pamirs’ program? Can children stay at high altitudes?
    As the "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" is situated at an elevation of 3,600 m, we strongly recommend that you avoid taking children under 8 there.
    According to UIAA, only children aged 8 and older react to high-altitude conditions in the same way as adults do, and have the same symptoms of the mountain disease. As for younger children, their reaction is unpredictable and, therefore, they should not be brought to an altitude of more than 3,000 to 4,000 m, while their sleep altitude should not be higher than 2,500 m.
    If you take your child to high-altitude areas, you must make sure he/she is absolutely well. Please, consult your pediatrician before going to the mountains with your child.
    The particular risks of exposure of children to high altitude have not been thoroughly studied and much of the advice must necessarily be extrapolated from adult data with due considerations of the influence of growth and development. As known so far children are not under more restrictions to acute exposure to altitude than adults.
    Note: Young children are generally poor at communicating their physiological discomfort, i.e. unlikely to say they are dangerous cold, can’t feel their fingers (assuming they have enough language skills). They would probably just become very quiet and still. A child’s thermal regulation is immaturely developed, as is their ability to adapt to hypoxic exposure when compared to an adult.
    Reflection from snow and a thinner atmospheric layer at high altitude make the risk of solar ultraviolet radiation burns more likely than at sea level. Children are more likely to burn than adults if exposed to excess sun. Appropriate sun-block creams (protection from UVA and UVB, SPF at least 30, applied before sun exposure), hats, long sleeves and goggles are required to prevent sunburn or snowblindness.
    Adequate clothing is essential to prevent misery, hypothermia, and frostbite.
    Brochure UIAA with recomendations for parents.
  2. What is the night and day temperature in the camps?
    The day temperature in "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" in July-August varies from +5°С to +30°С; at night it is from +3°С to +15°С. The season is usually sunny and precipitation-free at this altitude. It might snow, rarely; if it does, the snow fallen melts quite quickly.
    It snows more often in "Sunny Camp", since it is located at an altitude of 4,400 m. It is up to +25°С in sunny weather and around 0°С in bad weather there.
  3. What kind of clothes should I wear in the area?
    We recommend that you have the following clothes and gear:
  4. Should I get travel insurance?
    Yes, it is even necessary. Though the tour is safe, you understand it is important to be insured against possible risks. The medical insurance policy must cover cost of COVID-19 treatment as well.
  5. What are the chances of running into dangerous creatures such as venomous snakes, spiders, scorpions, ticks?
    Our experience in the area proves such chances are very slim.
  6. What services are included in the program?
    The services included are aimed at providing as much comfort as possible. The cost of the tour includes:
    • Meeting / seeing off at airport
    • All transfers as per program
    • One-night accommodation in Osh’s best hotel (3*) with breakfast (the last day)
    • Accommodation in "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" in spacious camping tents (with double share)
      (Tents feature with electricity, beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows and linens - blanket covers, pillowcases, sheets.)
    • Full board (including hot dish courses; vegetarian meals possible) by professional chefs
    • Heated guests yurts in "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" and "Sunny Camp" for leisure, meals and entertainment
    • Mountain guide
    • Free transfer of personal baggage (under 15kg) from "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" (3600m) to "Sunny Camp" (4400m).
    • Necessary equipment rental:
    • Preparation of all necessary documents required to visit border guard zone, ecotax
    • Storage boxes in both Camps
    • Sauna and shower cabins in "Edelweiss Meadow Camp"
    • Electricity consumption (220 V; 50 Hz).
  7. Can people with health problems take the tour?
    You should take into account the altitude of the 3,600-meter in our "Edelweiss Meadow Camp". It is the altitude where some people may find symptoms of mountain sickness. That is why those suffering from cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure and asthma should see their doctors for advice about taking the tour.
  8. What should I do if I feel bad in Camps?
    There is always a doctor on duty in both Camps and you can ask him. Both camps have stores of medicines for most probable cases of sickness there.
    If a guest has a serious condition requiring hospitalization, he/she will be transported to the nearest hospital. This person’s travel insurance is to cover all the expenses in this case.
  9. What facilities do the camps feature?
    "Edelweiss Meadow Camp" (Base Camp) on the picturesque Edelweiss Meadow features the following:
    • Traditional Kyrgyz yurts, including one for communal use, where campers have meals, socialize and enjoy various entertainments (The yurts have heating stoves lighted daily, chairs and tables, electricity supply, audio and video equipment, as well as a bar to buy snacks and various beverages in the communal one.)
    • Comfortable and spacious 4-pax half-barrel tents on special platforms, with sleeping boards, mattresses and all necessary bed clothes
    • Sauna (operated daily in the afternoon)
    • City standard flush toilet
    • Tap stands with soap and mirrors
    • Storage yurt
    • Volleyball court, ball
    • Full board (including hot dish courses; vegetarian meals possible) by professional chefs
    • Electricity supply, Internet access, two-way radios, satellite phone.
    "Sunny Camp" (Camp 1) on Lenin Peak moraine has the following:
    • Two yurts featuring heating stoves (lighted daily), with tables and chairs, electricity supply, audio and video equipment, as well as a bar to buy snacks and various beverages in one of them
    • Specious half-barrel tents
    • Toilet (always kept clean)
    • Storage yurt
    • Satellite phone, two-ways radios, battery charging facility
    • Sauna.
  10. What currency is used in Lenin Peak area?
    US dollars, euros, Russian rubles and Kyrgyz soms are all accepted. However, US dollars are preferable.

If you have any other questions about the tour, do not hesitate to contact our managers. We are always ready to help.

Contact Details:
E-mail: adventure@centralasia-travel.com

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