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Tash Rabat

91 Reviews

Tash Rabat

91 Reviews
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2 Days Tour in Son-Kul Lake(horse riding & yurt stay)
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2 Days Tour in Son-Kul Lake(horse riding & yurt stay)

Let me offer an amazing short two or three-day tour in Song-Kul lake to penetrate to the nomad ordinary life of a true Kyrgyz family!<br><br>Yurt camp is far from other yurt camps<br>The place is very quiet and large<br>Yurt camp is near to the shore of Song-Kul lake<br>Family is very nice and friendly<br>Horse riding will be unforgettable<br>Taking photos of you as much as possible, as good as possible
US$220.00 per adult
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nonwrong wrote a review Jan. 2020
Hong Kong, China4 contributions
At first I was quite frustrated and almost gave up because I have been calling and emailing for 2 days but didn't get any reply.Then I got an SMS to go directly to the camp.Someone called but we couldn't understand each other. When I arrived at noon,I was the only guest. I walked around and took photos till 3 or 4pm. Someone must have noticed that I had gone without food for a long time and asked if I was hungry. He said dinner would be at 8pm. At first I said I would wait but then I changed my mind.He took me to a canteen where there were biscuits and bread. He made some chopped carrot with a delicious dressing which devoured like a hungry wolf. The next day someone asked if I would like to ride a horse. I said yes. He motioned a horse nearby and told me to mount it. I explained that I did not know how to ride one. Soon someone came with a horse on a leash and told me to mount and led me around the camp! At dinner time a local Kyrgyz guide who probably didn't work for the camp told me and other foreign guests that the middle name of Kyrgyz people was hospitality. It was not an over-statement. Before I met Nazira, I thought for someone who had probably cornered the market it must be a big and burly man. My sexist stereotype was shattered when I finally met her.She was gentle and down-to-earth. When I asked about the bill, she had this expression of nonchalance as if she had forgotten about it until I reminded her. Having read the reviews here,I estimated the amount beforehand and asked her if it was right. She said sure in a casual way and even wanted to give me change. It was much less than I had expected so I refused the change. I have a typical city-dweller mentality. I put locks on my backpack because I had robberies in previous trips.Locals would look at the locks with confusion and seemed offended.I also use a money belt.Just before I arrived when I was in Cholpon-Ata,I pulled the zipper too hard and the knob came out. A kind old lady put it back for me and told me to go to a seamtress nearby to have it sewn back which I did. She charged me only a very small fee. Although I have only been there for a very short time,I dare say that people there lead a simple and pure life in unison with nature. Nazira was pregnant at the time.I wrote this to congratulate her and wish her and her new born the best.Your kindness will come back many times over. Also I would like to thank the French girl who gave me a lift to Naryn.Merci beaucoup:)
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Date of experience: August 2019
Leila K wrote a review Jan. 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Tash Rabat is old building located in Naryn region, if you come to Naryn you can see Tash Rabat, Chatyr Kul lake and Kel Suu. Tash Rabat is belongs to the 16th century. Our tour arranged with Pegas Adventure. We spent best time in Kyrgyzstan.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Allan F wrote a review Jan. 2020
Engelberg, Switzerland4 contributions1 helpful vote
Tash Rabat located in Naryn region and extremely isolated Silk Road caravanserai lies at an elevation of 3,200m (10,498ft) above the sea level. It’s probably Kyrgyzstan’s most remarkable monument. This beautiful mountain setting for an ancient caravanserai was built in 15th century. It was the inn for merchants and travelers on the ancient Silk Road from Central Asia to China. To see inside Tash Rabat it takes 5 min and possible to sleep in yurt
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Date of experience: January 2020
Daleen D wrote a review Oct. 2019
Bradford, United Kingdom20 contributions14 helpful votes
We drove from Karakol to Tash Rabat the same day but would recommend allowing more time as we did a couple of hours driving in the dark which means you miss the amazing views and are tackling Krygzstan’s roads in the dark. The road to Tash Rabat once you leave the main road is pretty rough but the rental car again rose to the challenge. We were staying in the Yurt’s opposite Tash Rabat. It was a very chilly night even with a stove on and the nearby yaks gave me a fright in the middle of the night. Facilities are rustic but I would not have missed it. One of the many highlights of the road trip.
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Date of experience: October 2019
John123874 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Auckland, New Zealand61 contributions14 helpful votes
Tash Rabat is off the main highway (poorly signposted), but the road is pretty good all the way to the site. There is ample parking for vehicles. Entrance fee to the Caravanseraii is cheap (about 100 SOM). Note that the building is not open all day. The building is impressive with lots of nooks and crannies. While it has been reconstructed, it is still possible to see the old plaster on the inside central dome. The fireplaces, wells and storage areas area all still there. It is a must see and worth the trip. Accommodation is a little rustic in the two yurt camps but cosy warm and welcoming. Horse rides available and again a must do. We hired from the yurt camp and spent a glorious couple of hours exploring over the upper hillslopes-well worth it. While there were a few visitors around we did not feel crowded. Once on the upper hills on the horses, it was truly splendid isolation with stunning views. Caution though-the toilets are long drops and you need a key from the yurt camp to use them. As the yurt camp cleans them and supplies toilet paper (or a version of), you have to be staying at the camp to be able to use them.The public toilets defy any polite description and no-one should use them.
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Date of experience: June 2019