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Tash Rabat

At-Bashi District, Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan
+996 554 136 904
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Historical place. Caravan Serai

Who is like to visit historical place, prefer to go Tash Rabat. The stucture is very interesting... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
nickgortatn
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Bergen, Norway
Experience Caravanserai

Imagine being transported hundreds of years back in time. This was part of the Silk Route and Tash... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Subhabrata
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Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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At-Bashi District, Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan
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+996 554 136 904
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Who is like to visit historical place, prefer to go Tash Rabat. The stucture is very interesting. Its renovated in USSR time. After we did horse riding to Chatyr Kul lake. It was wonderfull. Actually I was beginner for horse riding. But our guide, he...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Imagine being transported hundreds of years back in time. This was part of the Silk Route and Tash Rabat was a resting place for the merchants carrying goods between China and the west. The place is a visual treat. The Tian Shen mountain range in...More

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Reviewed 23 April 2018 via mobile

His "can do" attitude and battered Volvo will get you there for some 15 dollars. Camping is for free. You can hike all the way up to Tash Rabat Pass - the way there and back can take up to 10 hours if you are...More

1  Thank jakubisko1983
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

Beautiful structure tucked in a mountain pass. It felt particularly special as its one of the few historic sites in the country. Clean and well maintained but the only site information is a vague summary of the building, leaving me wanting to know more. There...More

1  Thank Max N
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

Tucked into a side valley off the Chinese-made highway to Torugart pass is this 14th century stone-built caravanserai. It looks splendid from the outside, lying among green alps. The inside is a maze, with low,dark passages leading off to rooms, some 33 of them.There is...More

2  Thank oropolitics
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

A well-preserved ancient caravanserai in the valley near the Tian Shan mountain. Visited after our Song-Kul lake with Kygryz Riders who has nicely arranged for us to stay at the yurt beside the river. It feels amazing to be inside this stone structure built back...More

2  Thank ErvinnaH
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

The overall site is amazing, I just loved it. Also it is well maintained and clean; that is why I did not mind paying the small fee that is requested to enter inside the building. However, it would good if they would install a board...More

Thank Max894
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Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

We went to Tash Rabat towards the end of our stay in Kyrgyzstan, after having travelled in the country for 10 days. We contacted Kubat and were quoted a price of 3000 som for a next-day return taxi from Naryn,which we thought reasonable. We dropped...More

6  Thank DaiQiuYun
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Reviewed 25 July 2016

We were travelling in kyrgyzstan for 2 weeks and this was our absolute highlight. We stayed at nasira's yurt stay. The last One, When you pass the karavanserai. Nasira is very kind and can speak english. The food is delicious. We did a horse trekking...More

1  Thank Lievedm
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Reviewed 9 July 2016

Great place to stay for a couple of days! We stayed with CBT´s yurtcamp, which offered soft beds and great meals. We went for a short hike straight up the hill behind the old caravansary, which offered us great views of the valley and beyond....More

1  Thank mrviflot
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Franz Josef B
11 September 2015|
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Response from grannypage |
J'arrive de Tash Rabat (mi Septembre) et nous avons déja eu de la neige .. de plus l'un des propriétaires était en train de démonter ses yourtes .. alors prudence, renseignez vous d'abord si vous voulez y coucher, et équipez... More
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Franz Josef B
6 September 2015|
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Hello. We stayed at the yurt camp last week: tashrabatyurt and Tursan, the girl who looked after us and spoke good English, said they had bookings until 15th October. They had a great banya too.
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