Discover unusual culture of the country with seven unique regions.
Visit Kyrgyzstan’s national parks and reserves if you want to discover the natural soul of the country.
Kyrgyzstan is the land of majestic Tien-Shan and marvelous Pamir-Alay.
Kyrgyzstan possesses significant resources of surface waters, stocks of which are in the rivers, lakes, glaciers and snow arrays.
Kyrgyzstan is a unique destination for who loves sport and extreme activity.
If you are traveling with family you will find interesting ideas for your vacation here.
Do you like experiencing and learning about new cultures, nature or history? Look at activities that offer unique opportunities to learn more about Kyrgyzstan.
Kyrgyzstan is one of the unique places in the world where you can get acquainted with wildlife.
Spring is a very beautiful period in Kyrgyzstan. You can enjoy fields of stunning flowers covering majestic valley landscapes.
Summer provides a good opportunity to plunge into the culture of nomads, see crystal-clear lakes, and celestial mountains.
In autumn the climate remains pleasant enough to still travel comfortable. The valleys and gorges turn a inspired golden color that is stunning in its beauty.
In winter you can see beautiful phenomenon such as frozen waterfalls, get a dose of adrenalin from skiing, or simply enjoy the scenery of snow-capped mountains.
There are different ways how you can get to Kyrgyzstan: by plane or by train, and even by your own automobile.
During your travel through the country you can choose different ways how to get to the destinations in Kyrgyzstan.
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Kyrgyzstan is Elysium for travelers who wish to discover new horizons and come into contact with the nature.
Kyrgyz people since ancient times were known for their warmth and hospitality. Here you can get acquainted with unique customs and tradition that remain during the ages.
Centuries ago territory of Kyrgyzstan had the utmost importance on the Silk Road, through it ran three branches of the trade route.
Kol-Ukok Lake is located in the north-eastern part of the mountain Terskey Ala-Too. The lake water is very cold. The depth of the lake is 17 m.
Issyk-Kul reserve is the biggest one on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. It consists of 12 separate parts with general area more than 19500 hectares. Issyk-Kul national reserve was established in 1948.
The waterfall Tears of a Bars (Snow Leopard) is the most famous waterfall in the gorge of Barskoon. This unique object is the state natural sanctuary.
Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve is included in the UNESCO international network of nature reserves. It is located in the valley and on the slopes Chatkal and At-Oynok ranges.
The unique monument of the Middle Ages the caravanserai Tash Rabat is located in the valley of Kara-Koyun, 90 km from the town of Naryn and 60 km from the village of At-Bashi.
Highland Alay Valley is located in the south of Kyrgyzstan, between Alay and Chon-Alay mountain ranges. Its length is 150 km, width is from 2 to 25 km, and the average altitude is 3000 m.
Juuku Gorge is located 75 km from the town of Karakol, to the west of Chong-Kyzyl-Suu gorge. The length of the valley is 50 km.
At the foot of Lenin Peak there is a base camp for climbers. Its name is Achyk-Tash. The base camp is open during the warmer months, from June to September.
One of the oldest towns in Kyrgyzstan Uzgen is located 56 km to the north-east of the city of Osh. The town's population is about 50 thousand people. The town was founded in 7th-9th centuries.
Korona Peak is one of the most beautiful peaks on Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range.
Ak-Sai glacier is located at an altitude of 3500 m in Ala-Archa gorge, not far from Bishkek.
Base camp Karkara is located in the Central Tien Shan, about 470 km from Bishkek and 70 km from Karakol.
The administrative center of IssykKul region, the town of Karakol is situated at the foot of Terskey Ala-Too mountain range, 12 km from the shore of Lake Issyk Kul.
Dead lake of Issyk-Kul (aka Tuz-Kol, Kara-Kul) is located on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul, 70 km from Balykchi.
he valley of Kok Kya is located in the border zone of Naryn region, at the distance of 550 km from Bishkek. On the bottom of the valley along winding canyons flows the river of the same name.
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