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.
Trip to Kyrgyzstan offers a car rent service. Please, look through the terms before you send a request for a car reservation.
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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.
Inylchek Glacier is the largest glacier in Kyrgyzstan. Its length is about 100 km and the total area is over 800 sq. km.
Kegety Gorge stretches for 30 km along the northern slope of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too Mountain range, 75 km from the city of Bishkek.
Padysh-Ata reserve is located on the territory of Jalal-abad region, western Tien-Shan. The reserve area equals 30,560 hectares.
Barskoon gorge is located on the southern shore of Lake Issyk Kul, 80 km far from Karakol. The length of the valley is about 30 km.
Kyzart pass lies at 2664 m. Through the pass runs the road connecting Zhumgal and Kochkor valleys of Naryn regions.
Toktogul reservoir is the largest water reservoir not only in Kyrgyzstan, but also in the whole of Central Asia. Its area is 284 sq. km and an average depth of about 215 m.
Naryn Canyon is located south to the Toktogul reservoir over Kok-Bel Pass at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level.
Traveling south on the Bishkek-Osh road, after the descent from the pass Ala-Bel you can find yourself in a beautiful gorge Chychkan. The name of the gorge translated from Kyrgyz means "a mouse".
Too-Ashu pass is a magnificent place situated 135 km from Bishkek city, on the highway connecting the northern and the southern capitals of the country.
Karatal-Japyryk national reserve is located in Naryn region, southern part of Son-Kul lake. It also includes territory of two rivers: Kara-Tal and Japyryk. Area of the reserve equals 14000 hectares.
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.
Kara-Suu Lake is located not far from Toktogul water reservoir, near Taktalyk ridge, at the altitude of about 2000 m above sea level.
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.
In the east of Alay valley, at the altitude of 3150 m above sea level there is the village Sary-Tash. The population of it is just over 1.5 thousand people.
Besh-Aral State Reserve is located in the south-western part of Chatkal valley surrounded by Pskem, Chandalash, Talas and Chatkal mountain ranges at altitudes from 1100 to 4000 m.
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