The Ketmen Mountains are rarely visited by tourists, so this corner of nature has retained its pristine purity. Luscious alpine greenery, animal paths and many rivulets with icy crystal water that rush down in small waterfalls. Here you can go fishing, pick wild berries and mushrooms, take a break from the hustle and bustle of the world and connect with nature.
In the foothills of the Ketmen Pass, trees and grasses bloom almost all year round, and snow can be seen on the shady slopes and peaks even in summer. Usually, the program provides for horseback riding in the surrounding area, with overnight stays in the guest house and tents above.
The camp site in the Ketmen gorge is located on the slopes of the Ketmen range among the northern spurs of the Tien Shan. Its territory is 20,000 hectares and covers foothills, mixed forest, alpine spruce zone and alpine meadows. On the territory of the property there is a log house with a sauna.