Hello! It is very little time left until the World Nomad Games 2016 which will be held from 3 to 8 September. I and Evgenia will definitely take part in the opening of the Games, and perhaps spend a couple of days at the event.
If someone wants to join us, we will be happy! We can get together from Bishkek to Cholpon-Ata. If you want to visit the World Nomad Games and become a part of this historic event, please write in this forum topic, we will be glad to see you!
By the way, at the moment already 19 countries have confirmed their participation in the games!
I would like to see the opening ceremony of World Nomad Games. When do you plan to go and is there free space in the car (I can pay for the road). And what possible day excursions can I find in Cholpon-Ata (I prefer eco tourism)?
As for day trips from Cholpon-Ata, you can visit almost any valley or resort in Issyk-Kul and come back in the evening. We have some ready proposals, you can find them here – https://silkroadexplore.com/one-day/
You can also order a customized tour by sending us a request by e-mail and we will offer you a great day trip!
Their participation in the Second World Nomad Games have already confirmed more countries than participated in the first WNG. Join our trip, it will be interesting! Horses games, delicious national food and beautiful Issyk-Kul are waiting for you!
We are glad to announce that the Ticket sales for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Second World Nomad Games has recently been started.
You can buy tickets at official sales points in Bishkek and Osh, as well as through the official app on Google Play Store or on the Apple App Store. The price of the tickets depends on the chosen seat location and on the event: 300-3800 KGS. Tickets are required only for the Official Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the World Nomad Games. The sporting and cultural events at the Hippodrome (from September 4th through 7th) and Kyrchyn Gorge are absolutely free.
The World Nomad Games will take place from September 3-8, 2016 at Lake Issyk-Kul and should be #1 in your Kyrgyzstan travel plan for this Autumn!