A trip to legendary Jeti-Oguz Gorge is an unforgettable adventure.
The beautiful and charming landscapes of Jeti-Oguz Gorge matches other mountainous landscapes of Kyrgyzstan. But there are two ancient legends specific to this place, which attract tourists from all over the world. Literally Jeti-Oguz is translated as “Seven Bulls” from Turkic languages. Indeed, its seven dramatic cliffs resemble furious bulls standing together.
The entrance into the gorge resembles the outline of a broken heart. And this is another legend of unrequited love. This was where a young girl died because her soul was ripped to shreds by unhappiness. Indeed, both of her both admirers killed each other fighting for the right to possess her beauty.
At the end of the gorge there is an attractive valley which in spring turns into a carpet of plants, and the air is filled by scents of fresh herbs. In summer, there are special camping sites for tourists, which resemble traditional yurts in the old nomadic tradition.
If you desire an unforgettable vacation among the surroundings of untouched nature, then Jeti-Oguz Gorge, located a long way from civilization, represents an excellent choice. To simplify your trip, order a direct transfer from Bishkek using any of the convenient links on the website: instant online-reservation, order via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or through direct call or message using:
It will take about 5 and a half hours to get to Jeti-Oguz from Bishkek and we ensure that your journey to this wonderful setting is as comfortable, safe and enjoyable as possible.