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Naryn Things to Do

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    by henri123 Written Oct 19, 2013

    One of the last gas station leaving Naryn...the next one might be in china some hours further after

    passing the torugart pass.

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    by henri123 Written Oct 19, 2013

    Just outside the city a short walking distance is situated a hudge cemetery overlooking the whole valley

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    • Architecture
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    by kyrgyz Written Feb 25, 2003

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    You should try rafting on the Naryn river, the fastest and longest river in Central Asia,
    horse riding tours (rather cheap!);
    Eagle hunting;
    national games (ulak tartish)

    National game
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Naryn Transportation

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    by Claire78 Written Dec 22, 2005

    Shared taxis are the only way to get around - and although the price from Naryn to Oash may sound expensive, considering the appalling state of the road and the mountains in between it is worth it! Expect to share the car with random people and products going to market though and be sure to agree a price in advance....

    Russian Ladas rock! Landscape

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Naryn Off The Beaten Path

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    by kyrgyz Written Feb 25, 2003

    It is breathtaking!
    Very good experience to chech your self-patience.
    Along the way where only few people pass.
    Beautiful places, hospitable people, the taste of nomad lifestyle.

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Naryn Favorites

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    by kyrgyz Written Feb 25, 2003

    Favorite thing: medicine herbs, historical place Tashrabat caravansarai, Song-Kul lake (3040m asl)

    Fondest memory: National food Besh-barmak and kumis (fermented mare's milk)

    Prepareing kumis
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