Arstanbob is a mountain village and resort in the Bazar-Korgon district of the Jalal-Abad region in western Kyrgyzstan.
The picturesque mountain village, home to 11,291 people , is known for its surrounding waterfalls and walnut cultivation.
Arslanbob is one of the most popular travel destinations in Kyrgyzstan. The walnut forests are ideal for hiking and the waterfalls around Arslanbob are also popular with tourists. Skiing is also possible in Arslanbob, although there is hardly any infrastructure for skiers.The height of the tourist season is June, July, August. Village residents provide services in the field of tourism, logistics, and hotel services.
Access : Coordinates:41.333333, 72.933333 /
Highlights & Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in The Arslanbob Village :
- The village has two waterfalls, the Big Waterfall (80 meters) and the Small Waterfall (35 meters).
- The village is located at the foot of the sumptuous Babach-Ata mountain range, ideal for hiking excursions.
- The village and the waterfalls are the site of an Uzbek pilgrimage, organized around the tomb of Arslanbob, a figure revered in Uzbek Islam.
- The largest and oldest walnut forest in the world. : This forest made up mainly of walnut trees , it is said to be the oldest and largest walnut forest in the world. Which makes it a leading curiosity , Alexander the Great, in his campaigns from here, took the nuts to Greece and spread them there.
Go next : The town of Bazar-Korgon. / Lake Sary-Chelek , a mountain lake located in Sary-Chelek Nature Reserve in Jalal-Abad Province in Western Kyrgyzstan.