Kyrgyzstan Trail

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Itinerary: Bishkek – Kyzyl Oi – Son Kul – Naryn – Kaji Sai – Bishkek
Season: End of May – September
Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
Group size: 2-8 riders
Motorcycles available: BMW F800 GS and F700 GS
Accommodation: Hotels, guesthouses, yurts and local houses
Vaccines: It is NOT necessary to provide a Covid or PCR certificate to enter the country. There are NO mandatory vaccines.

In Kyrgyzstan there are endless spectacular routes to explore, where the hospitality of the people is found in practically every corner of its geography.

For this summer I propose an eight-day trip through Kyrgyz lands. In one week you will be able to soak up the reality of this spectacular country, with a unique geography and roads that will make you enjoy the passion for motorcycles, adventure and travel.

BMW GS motorcycle trip

The motorcycles we have available are the reliable, comfortable and very robust BMW F800 GS and F700 GS.

Remember that you will need to bring your helmet, boots and the rest of the complete equipment to be able to ride safely with the BMW Motorrad that we are going to provide you.

Day 1. Airport – Bishkek

29 km of riding

Arrival in Bishkek. Meeting with the guide at Mana International Airport. Transfer to the hotel. City Tour in Bishkek.

Day 2. Bishkek – Kyzyl Oi

200 km of riding

The village of Kyzl Oi is located on the Bishkek – Osh highway. This highway connects the north and south of the country. This town is quite different from other towns in Kyrgyzstan. Unlike many others, Kyzl Oi has existed since before the great socialist revolution and therefore has characteristic Central Asian features such as red mud houses. Kyzyl-Oi is situated in the narrow gorge of the mighty Kokomeren River about 40km south of Suusamyr between Kochkor and Son-Kol Lake (Both in the Naryn region) and 200km from Bishkek. The elevation is 1,800 meters above sea level. Here the valley opens through the red mountains and is therefore called Kyzyl, which means red in Kyrgyz.

Day 3. Kyzyl Oi – Son Kul

150 km of riding

Transfer to the mountains surrounding Son-Kul Lake (3016 m above sea level) through the Kalmak-Ashuu Pass. Time for reconciliation with oneself. Leisure. In the afternoon we can taste and observe the preparation of traditional dishes. Sleep in yurts, traditional nomadic houses.

Day 4. Son Kul – Naryn

160 km of riding

Early transfer from Son Kul to Naryn, the largest city in Kyrgyzstan. Along the way we will enjoy fantastic views of the Kyrgyz lands. The main road runs from the border with China at the Torugart Pass north of Balykchy on Lake Issyk Kul. It is from here that Lake Song Kol, Lake Chatyr-Ku and Tash Rabat are located.

Food, accommodation and dinner in a hotel.

Day 5. Naryn – Kaji Sai

188 km of riding

After breakfast we will head south to the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan, Lake Issyk Kul, also known as “The Pearl of Central Asia”. Issyk-Kul Lake is 182 kilometers long, up to 60 kilometers wide and occupies an area of ​​6,236 square kilometers. It is the second largest mountain lake in the world after Lake Titicaca in America. It is located 1,607 meters above sea level and in certain areas it reaches 668 meters deep. The southern beach of the lake rests in the shadow of the beautiful Ala-Too Peak which is part of the Tian Shan mountain range. Kungey Alatau also part of the Tian Shan mountain range runs parallel to the northern shore of the lake.

Day 6. Kaji Sai – Bishkek

290 km of riding

After breakfast we will head towards Bishkek through the beautiful Boom Gorge. The Boom people cut from north to south a mountain range of the Tian Shan mountain systems. The eastern part of the gorge is called Kyungey Ala-Too and the western part Kyrgyz Ala-Too. We will also see part of the railway line that connects Bishkek and the cities of Balykchy, a track from 1948 that runs 180 km through Kyrgyzstan. We will continue along the road that connects Chui with the Issyk-Kul region through the Boom Gorge.

Accommodation and dinner at a hotel.

Day 7. Bishkek. National Park – Ala Archa

40 km of riding

In the morning we will visit one of the most famous and popular parks in the country, the Ala Archa national park. The park is an alpine nature reserve in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, established as a national park in 1976. The park includes the Ala-Archa River Gorge and the surrounding mountains. Its location and characteristics make it ideal for picnics, hiking, horseback riding, skiing, as well as other outdoor activities such as climbing with multiple levels of difficulty. In Kyrgyz, it is a colorful juniper that gives its name to the park. This dill has a special meaning for the Kyrgyz people since when its wood is burned, the smoke it produces, they say, drives away evil spirits. Although on the other hand the Archa, as this dill is called, according to tradition, should not be planted near a house since it will absorb the energy of those who live there.

Day 8. End of the Trip

Returning home.


Motorcycle rental, airport transfers, full board, accommodation in double rooms, guide service, transportation support during the trip, tickets.

*Price upon request.


International air tickets, visa and visa support (if necessary), insurance, individual hotel rooms, alcoholic beverages and additional personal expenses, early hotel check-in, other services not specified as “IT’S INCLUDED”.

*Price upon request.


For motorcycle rental, you must make a deposit which will be refunded to you at the end of the trip.

*There may be minor changes to the program due to unforeseen circumstances.

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