Kol Suu Yurt Camp is located about 550 km far from Bishkek in Naryn region close to Chinese Border. The Yurt Camp took it names from the glacier lake Kol Sui situated just 14 km far from the Yurt Camp.
Yurt Camp is at the altitude of 3 514 m
Kol Suu is a spectacular glacial lake set in a rocky canyon whose shear sides drop almost straight down into the lake. It’s difficult to get to, but is one of the most beautiful spots in all of Kyrgyzstan. It is located in the southeast of Naryn Oblast, near the Chinese border. It’s quickly becoming one of region’s most popular tourist destination. Lake Kol Suu offers breathtaking views both on the steep climb up to the lake as well as at its shores. The water in the lake Kol Suu is fresh and has a greenish tint. The lake is around 18 km long from the beginning of the valley and can be reached within an hour with the help of a fascinating horse riding trip or steep hike. Kol Suu Lake is an interesting and unexplored place for diving and makes for excellent kayaking!
NOTE! Border Permit is required to reach this area as it is boundary zone. We can arrange it within 1-2 week.
Date of operation: Early June – early September
Location: Kol Suu Lake, 550 km, 7-8 hrs from Bishkek through Naryn
Capacity: 5 Yurts for 25-30 persons (5-6 person in each)
Accommodation: Kyrgyz style of dwelling (bedding on a felt carpets) and on the bed. Accommodation provided on sharing basis of one gender.
Meals: in Yurt Kitchen for 20 persons
Infrastructure: Outdoor French style toilet (hole in the floor), outdoor shower with warm water
Washstand: 1 with warm water
Type: Wooden and felt Yurts decorated in traditional Kyrgyz style with local traditional craft.
Price of the services:
- Lodging (B&B) in Yurt Inn – 25 USD per person with full board meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
- Horse rent – 20 USD per horse per day
- Horseman — 35 USD per day
- English Speaking Horse Guide – 55 USD per day
- Traditional dish “BeshBarmak” – 150 USD per group of 10 persons
- Horse Games: 250 – 350 USD per group of 10 persons