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Jeti-Oguz Canyon (Seven Bulls Rocks)

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Beautiful canyon and trees. Best landscape

Who is travelling in issyk kul lake must to see this place. Kok jaiyk is very good place. Really... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
r0mer0mer0me
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Ibiza, Spain
Yurt Camp 5 km for Seven Bulls

Staied in the Yurt camp for one night (Kok Jayk valley). The camp is some 5 km up the road from... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ivariversen
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Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Who is travelling in issyk kul lake must to see this place. Kok jaiyk is very good place. Really impressed me with beautifull landscape.

1  Thank r0mer0mer0me
Reviewed 1 week ago

Staied in the Yurt camp for one night (Kok Jayk valley). The camp is some 5 km up the road from Seven Bulls. Beautifully located near the could river. Snow capped mountains and plenty of cows, horses and sheeps together with the sheperds. Elevation some...More

Thank Ivariversen
Reviewed 21 May 2018

less then an hour away from Karakol, you will find these red rocks - one formation looks like the broken heart, the second - looks like the backs of seven bulls. A good place to stop to take some pictures. In the summer there are...More

Thank Mika o
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Make sure you hike up the valley. There are some yurts where you can try local drinks. You can eithe walk or go there by a four wheel drive to Jayiyk.

1  Thank Mirgul O
Reviewed 21 December 2017

a good place for hiking and camping , really good nice area ,there is locals living there and some small restaurants and shops

Thank saeed a
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

We stayed in Jeti Oguz village for two nights in a wonderful bed and breakfast place right at the foot of the seven bulls rocks. The views are spectacular wherever you look with plenty of hiking opportunities from easy to very challenging. You can actually...More

Thank KimHaddon
Reviewed 27 August 2017

The 7 bulls are a very neat geological formation and worth a short look but if you continue up the valley, it's amazing. We stopped at the 7 bulls for a few photos. We chose not to visit the people with golden eagles tethered to...More

1  Thank Randy H
Reviewed 18 August 2017

We took a detour especially to visit the Seven Bulls - it's an amazing sight! The town is small, but you can get a snack and a drink and there are a couple of small shops. The Rocks totally dominate the skyline. There are gentle...More

Thank Michelle A
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Apparently the Seven Bulls is the most photographed natural landmark in Kyrgyzstan, but if you walk (or hitch a ride, easily) another 5 or 6 km along the road you'll come across the most incredible forested valley, complete with raging stream and yurt stays. The...More

1  Thank Brogan J
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Love staring at the canyon and meeting the locals - wonderful homes and also a place to ride horses. Just a magnificent place to get in touch with nature and stunning views all over the place. It rained unfortunately but still- just as beautiful.

Thank WMBandit
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