Ak-Dobo village
Jakupov Marlen

Issyk Kul regionKyrgyzstan • 1655 m

Ak-Dyobyo is a village in Jeti-Oguz District, Issyk-Kul Province, Kyrgyzstan. It is part of the Ak-Dyobyo commune, which consists of four villages located along a branch of the Jeti-Oguz River delta and along the eastern slope of Mount Orgochor. But its name, of course, comes from the fact that it is located next to Mount Orgochor, as Ak-Döbö means "white hill".

The population is about 1,500. The population lives mainly from farming and animal husbandry. To the north of the village, on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul, there is a small lake Kyokuikel about 900 metres long. The lake and its shores are protected and are part of the Issyk-Kul biosphere.

Ak-Döbö village in Kyrgyzstan is a place of majestic beauty, surrounded by picturesque mountains and amazing nature. Located in a picturesque valley, it impresses with its unique atmosphere and peacefulness.

Ak-Döbö's landscapes are amazingly diverse: here you can see high-mountain meadows, green valleys, mountain rivers and crystal clear lakes. Mountain peaks covered with snow create a stunning backdrop for this amazing place.

The local people of Ak-Döbö village are friendly and hospitable. Their culture and customs convey the rich heritage of this region. Visitors are given the opportunity to experience the traditional Kyrgyz way of life, enjoy the local cuisine, music and handicrafts.

Regardless of the season, Ak-Döbö offers many activities for tourists: hiking or cycling on mountain trails, horse riding, and winter sports such as skiing and snowmobiling.

Ak-Döbö village is not only a beautiful landscape, but also a place where you can immerse yourself in the unique Kyrgyz culture and enjoy its natural abundance.