Alexander Range near Bishkek - Alamedin and Shamsi gorges, Tuja-Ashu and Alabel Passes. 

June 20 - July 10.

Collecting items:
8 species of Parnassius - apollo merzbacheri, apollonius gloriosus, apollonius narynus, tianschanicus alexander, actius dubitabilis, delphius namanganus, patricius uzungyrus, boedromius hohlbecki, boedromius sokolovi, mnemosyne orientalis, mnemosyne valentina and 5 species of Colias - erate, cocandica pljushtchi, staudingeri pamira, thisoa aeolides and romanovi, about 10 species of Satyridae - mostly Erebia and Coenonympha, some Melitaea and other Nymphalidae, two dozen species of Lycaenidae and Hesperidae,including several rare taxa. Collecting of moths is very fabulous and productive. The area has different primary biotops inhabited by numerous Geometridae, Noctuidae, Arctiidae etc. Beetle fauna represented by various Carabidae and Cerambycidae, Buprestidae, Scarabaeidae, Meloidae, Curculionidae and others, including hundreds endemic and rare species.

Staying in camp at altitude 2,700 - 3,200 meters.

A minimum group size is not limited. This tour is very easy on physical conditions.