In the late 15th century, the great grandson of Tamerlane, (the ruler of Fergana and the future founder of the Mongol empire in India), together with the leader, scholar and poet Muhammad Bobur Zahereddin traveled to this region and wrote accounts of these places. The famous geographer Alexander Lehmann visited Iskanderkul in 1841. In 1870 the well-known scientist and explorer AP Fedschenko visited the Fann Mountains, but the most significant development of the area as a tourist destination followed the visit of NV Paganuzzi in 1964 who decided to open up the area for tours
Comfortable shoes, warm clothes, rain gear, hat, sunglasses, sun cream are required.
Accommodation We can provide every participant with single, double and triple tents.
4 nights in tents
Duration 5 days
Altitude max 3,860m
Season 15 June– 15 September
Distance 75km by car 53km on foot
Chapdara Peak and river valley