Ontspannen? Even naar de hot springs van Ak Suu. Kirgizië heeft een serieuze warmwaterbronnentraditie. Zowel locals als toeristen baden in het natuurlijk warme water om hun pijntjes en zorgen weg te spoelen. En dat in de great outdoors. Heerlijk land.
Relax? Just go to the hot springs of Ak Suu. Kyrgyzstan has a serious hot water tradition. Both locals and tourists bathe in the naturally warm water to wash away their aches and pains. And all of that in the great outdoors. What a wonderful country.
Not far from the village of Ak Suu, en route to the eponymous resort of Ak Suu, you will find the Ak Suu hot springs. There’s nothing better than a dip in its pools after a tiring day. The hot springs are open all year round, so swimming is possible after hiking, horse riding or mountain biking in summer. And after a day of skiing or snowboarding in the winter.
Previously the Chong Oruktu hot springs were the best option from Karakol but nowadays the Ak Suu hot springs are a much better option. There are several baths of different temperatures. The hottest bath rises above 40 degrees. This is even too hot for some bathers. Fortunately, you can also choose from a less hot bath, and there is even an ice cold bath to immerse yourself in.
The hot springs are located about 15 km from Karakol and are easily accessible with taxi or marsjroetka (bus number 350) from the center. Of course you can book a tour to Kyrgyzstan and we will take you there 🙂