Trip to Manjyly-Ata sacred springs
(Yoga tour to Issyk-Kul lake)
On the southern coast of Lake Issyk-Kul in the Ton Gulf, there is a valley of Manjyly-Ata sacred springs. Its name is associated with the nickname of the seer who spread and preached Islam. The tomb of the great seer is still preserved in the valley and you can also find Buddhist inscriptions, the ruins of medieval buildings and ancient cave paintings here.
Each spring here has its own name (Manjyly-Ata, Bugu-Ene, Ilim, Aziz-Bulagy, Bala, Family spring and others) and each of them has its own healing properties, which according to people helped them get rid of family problems, infertility, nervous disorders and after visiting which some have improved vision and general condition.
Pilgrimages here are made by healers, explorers of anomalous zones of the earth, Buddhist followers and people who are eager for get relief from health problems.
Our guide will conduct a yoga course for you which will also help you feel spiritual unity with the world, with nature and with yourself. You will receive a boost of positive energy, take a break from the noise and stuffiness of the capital and also get the opportunity to come to terms with yourself and be healed. Locals say the Manjyly Valley is a place where dreams come true.