Cultural tours to At Bashi are highly recommended.
At Bashi has a population of roughly 11,000 people. The village rests amidst a beautiful valley where the At Bashi River runs just 35 kilometers southwest of the city of Naryn. It’s the last major village before reaching China.
Other small villages ripple out from At Bashi ending in a series of jailoos (summer mountain pastures used by nomads). As civilization fades out into the mountains, it gives travelers the feeling that they’re coming to the end of the world. To quote the CBT Guidebook to Kyrgyzstan, “If Kyrgyzstan feels like the far side of the world, the end of the line, then At Bashy feels like the last stop.”
The At Bashi region is considered to contain some of the most remote sections of land in all of Kyrgyzstan silk road. This area is perfect for off-roading, horseback, and trekking tours.
Kyrgyzstan is a small mountainous country in Central Asia where mountains cover 93% of the landscape. People have been inhabiting the mountains of Kyrgyzstan silk road for thousands of years ...