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Kyrgyzstan: The Land of Nomads

Nomads can live off the land and move with its ebb and flow. They’re resourceful and self-sufficient. They know how to and actually make many of their daily necessities by hand.

5 Things you can do in Kyrgyzstan that will make your trip special

If you’re travelling to Central Asia, then Kyrgyzstan is the perfect place to start. You’ll be welcomed by endless natural beauty. Just make sure you come at the right time of year – although there’s a fantastic network of homestays across the country, many of them open in the winter months, and roads can often be accessible. That’s good news for skiers!

Autumn in Kyrgyzstan

Who haven’t gone anywhere during the summer it is not the time for despair, autumn in Kyrgyzstan is known for its warm weather and light rains.

Ski Resorts in Tien-Shan

In winter there is ample opportunity to go skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of the Tien Shan Mountains and to enjoy their majestic scenery.

Silk Road Media

Central Asia is one of the least thoroughly surveyed area of modern world, which makes interest towards this region higher over years.

8 Must See Waterfalls Hidden Throughout Kyrgyzstan

The power that radiates from a waterfall is practically tangible. Maybe that’s why they’re so fascinating. Kyrgyzstan contains over 30 waterfalls of note, but I’ve compiled a list of 8 that I think are particularly beautiful ones that make good destinations for a trip.

This is Kyrgyzstan

This video is a part from volunteering project "Sayakat 2016" for promoting Kyrgyzstan tourism through photography, blogging and video-making.

Valley of Jeti-Oguz

Picturesque Jeti-Oguz translated form kyrgyz as "7 bulls" and located on south part of Issyk-Kul lake, 28 km. from city of Karakol.