Destinations

Kyrgyzstan offers plenty of attractions in every corner of the country. Seven regions of the country are quite different from each other in terms of natural resources and historical heritage. The country has over two thousand lakes, hundreds of rivers, plenty of national parks, pastures, valleys, gorges. In Kyrgyzstan each mountain has unique scenery. In Kyrgyzstan everyone can find something to fall in love with.
Талас областы

Talas Region

The great Kyrgyz hero Manas who united Kyrgyz people, according to the legend, was born and lived on the territory of modern Talas region.
Жалалабат областы

Jalal-Abad Region

This region is one of the three areas that form the southern part of the country, different from the north part in the territorial, cultural and socio-economic aspects
Баткен областы

Batken Region

Batken region is the most mysterious region of Kyrgyzstan. It is located at the farthest south-western part of the country. ¾ of region boundaries are international.
Нарын областы

Naryn Region

High mountains, green meadows, steep mountain passes and crystal clear air… All these features come to mind at the mention of Naryn region.
Ош областы

Osh Region

Osh is the heart of the southern Kyrgyzstan. Two main branches of the Great Silk Road passed through Osh region.
Ысык-Көл областы

Issyk Kul Region

In the north-east of the country, framed by the majestic mountain ranges Kungei Ala-Too and Terskey Ala-Too is located Issyk-Kul region.
Чүй областы

Chuy Region

Chuy region is located on the north of Kyrgyzstan and it is considered the most developed region of the country.
Naryn Region

Kyzart Pass

Kyzart pass lies at 2664 m. Through the pass runs the road connecting Zhumgal and Kochkor valleys of Naryn regions.
Naryn Region

Naryn

The administrative center of Naryn region, the town of Naryn is located 186 km from the Kyrgyz-Chinese border. The town's population is just over 35000 people.
Issyk Kul Region

Barskoon (Arabel) Syrts

Through Barskoon gorge runs the highway that connects the pass Barskoon (3754 m), the Issyk Kul basin and mountainous area of the Inner Tien-Shan.
Chuy Region

Bishkek

Bishkek is the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic. It is situated on the north of the country, in the Chuy valley.
Issyk Kul Region

Sary-Jaz Valley

The valley of Sary-Jaz is located 75 km. from town of Karakol in the central Tien-Shan, near Kazakhstan's border.
Issyk Kul Region

Bokonbaevo

The village Bokonbaevo is the center of Ton district of Issyk Kul region. It is located on the southern shore of Lake Issyk Kul.
Naryn Region

At-Bashi

The village of At-Bashi is the administrative center of the homonymous district. It is situated in a picturesque valley, at the bottom of which flows one of the tributaries of the river Naryn - At-Bashi river.
Batken Region

Karavshin Gorge

Karavshin gorge is located at Turkestan range. It's a great place called "the Asian Patagonia" because it with its green meadows, fast streams and strong winds resembles the South American steppe.
Issyk Kul Region

Orto-Tokoy Water Reservoir

Orto-Tokoy reservoir is considered to be the first water reservoir in Kyrgyzstan. It was created in 1956. It is located on the Chu River, beyond the village Kochkor.
Naryn Region

Arpa Valley

The long Arpa Valley is located in the south of Naryn region. Its dimensions are 60 by 32 km.
Osh Region

Kulunatin Reserve

Kulunatin national reserve is located in the South of Kyrgyz Republic, Osh region. It covers the territory of Ferghana and Alai mountain range. The reserve was established in 2004 for preservation of biodiversity of these lands.
Chuy Region

Chunkurchak Gorge

A small gorge named Chunkurchak is located at the Alamedin river head, at the distance of 45 km from Bishkek.
Batken Region

Pyramidalniy Peak

Pyramidalniy Peak is the highest point of Turkestan range. Its height is 5509 m. This peak is particularly popular with climbers.
Osh Region

Tulpar-Kul Lake

High-altitude mountain lake (3500 m) is located in Chon-Alai mountain range at Osh district, at the base of Lenin peak.
Issyk Kul Region

Barskoon Gorge

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.
Osh Region

Gulcha

The village Gulcha is the administrative center of Alay district in Osh region. It is home to more than 20 thousand people.
Jalal-Abad Region

Sary-Chelek Lake

Freshwater lake of Sary-Chelek is located at the altitude of 1878 meters at the territory of Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve.
Naryn Region

Karatal-Japyryk Reserve

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.
Issyk Kul Region

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.
Naryn Region

Torugart Pass

Torugart pass is located on the border line between Kyrgyzstan and China. It lies at 3752 m. The road over the pass is a part of a tour of the Great Silk Road.
Issyk Kul Region

Shatyly Panorama

The Shatyly Panorama is 10 km away. from the regional center of Bokonbaevo and is part of the Boz-Salkyn mountain valley.
Issyk Kul Region

Inylchek Glacier

Inylchek Glacier is the largest glacier in Kyrgyzstan. Its length is about 100 km and the total area is ​​over 800 sq. km.
Issyk Kul Region

Kok-Jaiyk Valley

The Kok-Jaiyk valley is located in the Jeti-Oguz Gorge, 25 km. from the city of Karakol and is one of the main Jailoo (summer pastures) in the south of Issyk-Kul.
Chuy Region

Chuy Valley

Chuy Valley is the most northern valley of Kyrgyzstan where the capital Bishkek is located. Valley lies on territory of two countries Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan from Boom Gorge to western part of Muyunkum Desert.
Jalal-Abad Region

Naryn Canyon

<p>Naryn Canyon is located south to&nbsp;the Toktogul reservoir over Kok-Bel Pass at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level.</p>
Issyk Kul Region

Hot Springs of Altyn-Arashan

Altyn-Arashan gorge is famous for its hot springs located at the altitude of about 2600 m. As early as in Soviet times there was built a small resort with several houses for tourists.
Issyk Kul Region

Cholpon-Ata

Cholpon-Ata is the main resort town of Issyk-Kul region. The city located on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul is famous for its amazing beaches of white fine sand and incredibly clear water.
Chuy Region

Kel-Kogur Lake

Kel-Kogur Lake is a hidden gem located in Kemin district of the Chuy region, deep in Kungei Ala-Too Mountains.
Chuy Region

Boom Gorge

Boom gorge is a kind of thread connecting two regions: Chuy and Issyk Kul. It is traversed by the railway and the highway, leading from the capital to the pearl of Kyrgyzstan - the Issyk Kul Lake.
Issyk Kul Region

Oguz-Bashi Peak

The picturesque valley Jeti-Oguz ends with a wall of majestic mountains, passing into Terskey Ala-Too. The highest point of this mountain wall is the peak Oguz-Bashi 5170 m high.
Issyk Kul Region

Mars Canyons

Mars Canyons are located near the village of Kaji-Say on the southern shore of the Issyk-Kul Lake. They represent a ridge of red mountains similar to the landscapes of the planet Mars of the same name.
Naryn Region

Eki-Naryn Valley

Eki Nary valley is located in 44 km from the town of Naryn, where merge large and small tributaries of the most powerful river Naryn.
Osh Region

Base сamp Achyk-Tash

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.
Osh Region

The Sacred Mountain Sulaiman Too

Sulaiman-Too is the first object in Kyrgyzstan which have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located in the center of Osh city, and rises to 175 m above it.
Chuy Region

Kegety Waterfall

At the entrance to Kegety gorge, at the distance of just 100 m from the road, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the waterfall coming down a steep cliff.
Chuy Region

Kojomkul Museum

Kaba uluu Kojomkul was Kyrgyz legendary strongman who lived in the late 19th - early 20th century in Susamyr.
Batken Region

Batken

Batken is the administrative center of Batken region. It is located in the south of the country, about 240 km from the city of Osh.
Issyk Kul Region

Jeti-Oguz Gorge

Picturesque Jeti-Oguz gorge is located 28 kilometers to the south-west of the town of Karakol. Its name is translated from Kyrgyz language means “Seven bulls”.
Talas Region

Manas Peak

Manas Peak is the highest point of the ridge Talas Ala-Too and one of the highest points of the Western Tien-Shan. Its height is 4488 m above sea level.
Naryn Region

Kara-Keche Pass

Kara-Keche Pass is located at an altitude of 3384 m. It is one of the roads that lead to lake Son-Kul.
Talas Region

Besh-Tash Lake

<p>Mountain lake of Besh-Tash is located in the eponymous valley at an altitude of 2997 m.</p>
Osh Region

Taldyk Pass

Mountain passage through the Alai mountain range (3615 m), that connects Gulcha river on the north with Alai valley at the south.
Jalal-Abad Region

Chychkan Gorge

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".
Issyk Kul Region

Museum of Przewalski

The famous Russian traveler of the 19th century Nikolai Mikhailovich Przevalski was one of the first to make an expedition to the Central Asia.
Issyk Kul Region

Tuz-Kol, Dead Lake

Dead lake of Issyk-Kul (aka Tuz-Kol, Kara-Kul) is located on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul, 70 km from Balykchi.
Jalal-Abad Region

Saimaluu-Tash

Saimaluu-Tash is one of the largest galleries of petroglyphs in the world. It is located at the distance of approximately 200 km from the city of Jalal-Abad.
Batken Region

Aigul-Tash Mountain

Aigul-Tash Mountain is located near the village of Kara-Bulak in Batken region. The mountain has steep rocky slopes. This place is really unique, because only here grows the flower-endemic Aigul.
Chuy Region

Kara-Bulak Gorge

Kara-Bulak is a small, beautiful place hidden in the Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range. It is located 27 km. from the city of Bishkek.
Talas Region

Gumbez of Manas

One of the most famous monuments of the past, the Gumbez of Manas is located 22 km to the north-east of the town of Talas.
Issyk Kul Region

Dungan Mosque

Dungan mosque built in 1907-1910 is a unique architectural monument. Without it modern urban landscape of Karakol is unimaginable.
Naryn Region

Naryn Reserve

Naryn national reserve is located in the Naryn river head, and it also includes the territory of the forest slope of the Naryn-Too mountain range. Its territory equals about 37,000 hectares.
Naryn Region

Chatyr-Kul Lake

Chatyr-Kul Lake is located between the ridges of the At-Bashi and Torugart-Too at the altitude of 3530 m. Being located high in the mountains the lake justifies its name “The Sky Lake".
Osh Region

Lenin Peak

Lenin Peak with its height of 7134 m above sea level is located in the mountainous Pamir-Alay, on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
Jalal-Abad Region

Fergana Valley

Fergana Valley is a melting pot of cultures, nationalities, historical places and natural resources. Central Asian countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan divide the valley between them.
Batken Region

Sarkent National Park

Sarkent National Park is located on territory of Lyailyakskiy district, Batken region. Area of the park equals more than 40 thousand hectares.
Issyk Kul Region

Tamga

The village of Tamga is located on the southern shore of Issyk-Kul Lake in Jeti-Oguz District. The population of the village is about 3.500 people.
Jalal-Abad Region

Ala-Bel Pass

Ala-Bel Pass is one of the main control points on the Bishkek-Osh road. It is situated at the altitude of 3175 m above sea level on Talas Ala-Too mountain range.
Chuy Region

Too-Ashu Pass

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.
Jalal-Abad Region

Kara-Suu Lake

Kara-Suu Lake is located not far from Toktogul water reservoir, near Taktalyk ridge, at the altitude of about 2000 m above sea level.
Osh Region

Sary-Tash

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.
Talas Region

Kirov Reservoir

Kirov water reservoir is located in Chon-Kapka gorge in Talas region. It fills the area of 39 sq. km.
Issyk Kul Region

Sarychat-Ertash Reserve

Sarychat-Ertash national reserve is located in Jeti-Oguz district, Issyk-Kul region. It also includes territory of Uch-Kol riverhead and Sarychat-Ertash syrts.
Naryn Region

Kalmak-Ashu Pass

The height of Kalmak-Ashu pass is 3447 m above sea level. After passing it you can get to the northern shore of the lake Son-Kul.
Chuy Region

Zhashyl​​-Kel Lake

Jashyl-Kol (Zhashyl​​-Kel) Lake, which is translated from Kyrgyz as "green lake", is located in Chon-Kemin valley, at the altitude of about 3200 m.
Issyk Kul Region

Kyzyl-Tuu

Kyzyl -Tuu is located on the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul , 230 km from Bishkek. The village has a population of about 1,800 people.
Chuy Region

The Burana Tower

The Burana Tower is located within a large archaeological and architectural complex near Tokmok, 80 km to the east of Bishkek.
Chuy Region

Ala-Archa National Park

Ala-Archa National Park is situated 41 km to the south of Bishkek, at the altitude of 1600-4800 m, and occupies an area of ​​over 2,200 hectares.
Naryn Region

Dolon Pass

Dolon pass lies at 3030 m. Through the pass runs the road leading from the Issyk-Kul Lake to Naryn region
Naryn Region

Kel-Suu Lake

The sky-blue lake of Kel-Suu is located in the valley of Kok-Kiya at the altitude of 3514 m, between high rocky mountains.
Osh Region

Osh

Osh is the southern capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. The city, which is more than 3000 years old, has a rich history and unique Asian feel.
Jalal-Abad Region

Shah-Fazil

The grand historical and architectural complex of Shah-Fazil is situated in Alabuka district of Jalal-Abad region, 10 km from the village of Kerben.
Issyk Kul Region

Base camp Karkara

Base camp Karkara is located in the Central Tien Shan, about 470 km from Bishkek and 70 km from Karakol.
Chuy Region

Suusamyr Valley

The natural treasure of the Inner Tien-Shan Mountains, the valley located between the ridges of Kyrgyz and Talas Ala-Too is called Suusamyr.
Jalal-Abad Region

Toktogul Water Reservoir

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.
Osh Region

Sary-Mogol

The small village Sary-Mogol is the starting point from which to start the route to subjugate Lenin Peak. The village is located in Alay Valley of Osh region.
Jalal-Abad Region

Arslanbob

Arslanbob is a small village with population of about 15000 people located at the altitude of 1700 m, in the valley of the same name with the unique walnut and fruit forests.
Naryn Region

Kol-Ukok Lake

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.
Batken Region

Ai-Kel Lake

On the northern slope of Turkestan range there is Ai-Kel Lake, which means "the moon lake". The lake area is 0.82 sq. km.
Chuy Region

Kel-Tor Lake

Kel-Tor Lake, which is considered one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Northern Tien Shan.
Jalal-Abad Region

Kazarman

<p>Kazarman village is located east of the Jalal-Abad region, 157 km. from the city of Jalal-Abad.</p>
Osh Region

Kyrgyz-Ata National Park

Kyrgyz-Ata National Park is located 40 km from the city of Osh and occupies the territory in northern slope of Alay mountain range. National park is not big, area equals only 1172 hectares.
Osh Region

Kozhokelen Valley

At the distance of 95 km to the south-west of the city of Osh, at the foot of the Alay Range there is a valley named Kozhokelen.
Chuy Region

Ak-Sai Glacier

Ak-Sai glacier is located at an altitude of 3500 m in Ala-Archa gorge, not far from Bishkek.
Issyk Kul Region

Issyk-Kul Reserve

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.
Chuy Region

Alamedin Gorge

Alamedin gorge is one of the favorite places of citizens of Bishkek located outside the city. It is situated at the distance of 30 km from Bishkek.
Issyk Kul Region

Skazka (Fairytale) Canyon

<p>On the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul, about 4 km from the village of Tosor there is an unusual place -&nbsp;Skazka (Fairy Tale)&nbsp;Canyon.</p>
Chuy Region

Belogorka Gorge

Belogorka gorge located 80 km from Bishkek is famous for its waterfall: the largest one in the entire Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range.
Issyk Kul Region

Chong Kyzyl-Suu Gorge

Chong-Kyzyl-Suu gorge is located 60 km to the west of the town of Karakol. Its name "the big red water" the gorge got because water in a river at the bottom of it seems to be red.
Naryn Region

Kyzyl-Korgon Canyons

<p>Near the eponymous village in the valley of river Kokomeren are located amazing canyons of&nbsp;Kyzyl-Korgon.</p>
Naryn Region

Shaar Waterfall

The largest waterfall in Kyrgyzstan is about 300 m. It is located in the gorge of Bash-Kaindy in At-Bashi area.
Chuy Region

Kegety Gorge

Kegety Gorge stretches for 30 km along the northern slope of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too Mountain range, 75 km from the city of Bishkek.
Naryn Region

Moldo-Ashu Pass

Through the pass of Moldo-Ashu runs one of the roads to the lake Son-Kul. The height of the pass is 3201 m.
Naryn Region

Kok-Kiya Valley

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.
Issyk Kul Region

Cultural Center Ruh Ordo

In the town Cholpon-Ata, on the shore of Lake Issyk Kul, a unique cultural center in the open air was built in 2002. Its name is Ruh Ordo.
Chuy Region

Konorchek Canyons

The amazing landscape of Konorchek canyons resemble the Grand Canyon in the USA, but at the same time they carry a significant particle of the unique nature of Kyrgyzstan.
Jalal-Abad Region

Toktogul

The town of Toktogul is a regional center of the district of the same name in Jalal-Abad region. The town got its name after the famous akyn (poet) Toktogul Satylganov.
Issyk Kul Region

Petroglyph Gallery Cholpon-Ata

According to the researchers, near the town of Cholpon-Ata is situated a place where ancient nomads worshiped the heavenly bodies and performed religious rituals.
Jalal-Abad Region

Jalal-Abad

Jalal-Abad is the administrative center of Jalal-Abad region. It is located in Kugart Valley, at the altitude of about 760 m above sea level.
Issyk Kul Region

Karakol Gorge

5 km to the south of the town Karakol a gorge of the same name is located. The gorge has a length of 40 km and it is adjacent to the ridge Terskey Ala-Too.
Naryn Region

Tash-Rabat

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.
Issyk Kul Region

Altyn-Arashan Gorge

10 km to the east of the town of Karakol, in the valley of Arashan River the gorge Altyn-Arashan is situated. In the lower part of the river there is the village Ak-Suu (old name Teploklyuchenka).
Jalal-Abad Region

Besh-Aral Reserve

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.
Issyk Kul Region

Teshik-Kul Lake

Teshik-Kul Lake is located about 38 km. from the village Bokonbaevo. It is located in the end of Karakaman valley at an altitude of 3500 m.
Naryn Region

Son-Kul Lake

Son-Kul is the second largest lake in Kyrgyzstan. Its area is ​​278 sq. km. It is situated in a valley between two mountain ranges at the altitude of 3016 m.
Jalal-Abad Region

Sary-Chelek Reserve

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.
Chuy Region

Issyk-Ata Gorge

Issykata gorge located 77 km from Bishkek is famous for its mineral geothermal springs. The famous resort is situated here, where the healing power of water is used to treat a number of different diseases.
Naryn Region

Kilemche Jailoo

The Kilemche Jailoo is located in Jumgal district of Naryn region, at the altitude of 2535 m. This pasture opens a wonderful view of the mountain lake Son-Kul.
Naryn Region

Ak-Sai Valley

Ak-Sai Valley is a kind of "cold pole" of Kyrgyzstan. The valley is situated at the altitude of 3000 m above sea level.
Issyk Kul Region

Ornok

Ornok is a kind of real open-air museum, keeping the exhibits of bronze and iron ages, as well as the early Middle Ages.
Osh Region

Kichi-Alay Valley

Kichi-Alay valley located to the north of Alay ridge, between the valleys Isfayram-Sai and Akbuura. The eponymous mountain range lies along the valley that reaches a maximum height of 4926 m.
Issyk Kul Region

Tears of Bars Waterfall

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.
Jalal-Abad Region

Padysh-Ata Reserve

Padysh-Ata reserve is located on the territory of Jalal-abad region, western Tien-Shan. The reserve area equals 30,560 hectares.
Chuy Region

Shamsi Gorge

Shamsi gorge is located 120 km from Bishkek and it is considered as one of the most beautiful places in Kyrgyzstan.
Talas Region

Besh-Tash National Park

In the valley of Besh-Tash, on the banks of a river there stretches for 30 km a national park established in 1996. It occupies the area of more than 32 thousand hectares.
Naryn Region

Jailoo Sarala-Saz

Jailoo Sarala-Saz is an alpine pasture, located 54 km to the north-west of the village of Kochkor. It is situated at the altitude of over 3000 m.
Osh Region

Uzgen

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.
Chuy Region

West Karakol

The valley is adjacent to the southern slope of the Kyrgyz Mountain Range and borders Suusamyr valley.
Naryn Region

Salkyn-Tor National Park

Salkyn-Tor National Park is located on the territory of Naryn region and occupies area of 10448 hectares. The amazing beauty of the nature in these places will not leave someone indifferent.
Osh Region

Abshir-Say Valley

Abshir-Say river flows through the valley, that carries the same name from northern ranges of Kichi-Alay mountain range.
Osh Region

Irkeshtam Pass

Irkeshtam Pass is located on the border between Kyrgyzstan and China, 238 km from the city of Osh. The height of the pass is 2841 m.
Issyk Kul Region

Juuku Gorge

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.
Issyk Kul Region

Issyk-Kul Lake

The pearl of Kyrgyzstan, a lake surrounded on two sides by the majestic Terskey and Kungei Ala-Too mountains is called Issyk Kul.
Talas Region

Talas

Talas is the administrative center of Talas region of Kyrgyzstan. It is located in the north-east of the country, at the altitude of 1280 m, 360 km from Bishkek.
Issyk Kul Region

Jyrgalan Valley

The valley of Jyrgalan situated in 60 km. from city of Karakol in east part of Issyk Kul Region. This place resembles a lost paradise, located among the mountains of the Central Tien Shan.
Naryn Region

Kochkor

Kochkor is a picturesque village located in the heart of Kochkor valley. There live more than 15000 people, who are engaged mainly in farming or herding.
Osh Region

Alay Valley

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.
Osh Region

Abshir-Ata Waterfall

In the valley of the Abshir-Say, 70 km from the city of Osh there is the amazing waterfall Abshir-Ata. The valley lies at the altitude of 1500-2500 meters above sea level.
Issyk Kul Region

Maiden Tears Waterfall

The famous waterfall Maiden Tears is located in "the Valley of Seven Bulls", Jeti-Oguz, at the altitude of about 2500 m. The height of the waterfall is about 40 m.
Chuy Region

Chon-Kemin National Park

A National Park located in Chon-Kemin valley is a unique natural environment with diverse flora and fauna that features beautiful landscapes, from semi-deserts to glaciers.
Issyk Kul Region

The Merzbacher Lake

The unique Mertzbacher Lake is located in the Central Tien Shan, between Sary-Jaz and Tengri-Tag mountain ranges, at the altitude of 3304 m.
Jalal-Abad Region

Chatkal Valley

Chatkal valley is located in the western Tien-Shan between Chandalash and Chatkal ridges.The valley stretches for 150 miles and formed by river Chatkal.
Issyk Kul Region

Chon Ak-Suu Gorge

Chong-Ak-Suu (Grigoriev) gorge is located 60 km from the town of Cholpon-Ata. It descends from the Kungei Ala-Too and extends for 35 km along the shoreline of Lake Issyk Kul
Issyk Kul Region

Kok-Moinok Canyons

On the way to the Issyk-Kul Lake in the Boom Gorge there are colorful and unique in their relief - Kok-Moinok Canyons. It was named after the village of the same name, Kok-Moinok.
Chuy Region

Kyzyl-Oi

<p>Kyzyl-Oi is a mountain village located at the altitude of about 1800 meters above sea level in the valley of the mighty river Kokomeren.</p>
Batken Region

Kyzyl-Kiya

In the north-eastern part of Batken region, about 150 km from the town of Batken is the town of Kyzyl-Kiya. The town's population is more than 43 thousand inhabitants.
Issyk Kul Region

Semenov Gorge

Semenov Gorge, with a length of about 30 km, is located 40 km from the town of Cholpon-Ata. In the valley there flows the river Ak-Suu, which starts from the glacier.
Issyk Kul Region

Khan-Tengri Peak

Khan Tengri Peak is the third highest peak in Kyrgyzstan, located 7 km far from the border of three countries - Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and China, on Tengri-Tag mountain range.
Chuy Region

Ratsek Cabin

Ratsek cabin was originally a small stone building that served as a safe shelter for hikers and climbers on their way. Now it is a base camp.
Issyk Kul Region

Ala-Kul Lake

The pearl of Terskey Ala-Too hidden high in the mountains is a glacial Ala-Kul Lake (translated from Kyrgyz as "the Motley Lake").
Issyk Kul Region

Manjyly-Ata Valley

On the southern shore of Lake Issyk Kul, between the villages Kaji-Sai and Ton is situated a unique place called Manjyly-Ata. People call it "the Valley of the sacred springs."
Chuy Region

Kel-Tor Gorge

Kel-Tor gorge is located about 90 km from Bishkek city and it is adjacent to the gorge Kegety.
Issyk Kul Region

Pobeda Peak

Pobeda Peak is the highest point is the Tien Shan, which is 7439 m high. It is also the highest peak in the whole Kyrgyzstan.
Issyk Kul Region

Tosor Pass

Tosor pass is situated on Terskey Ala-Too mountain range at the altitude of 3893 m. Through it was paved a road connecting Issyk Kul and Naryn regions.
Issyk Kul Region

Ak-Say Canyons

Ak-Say Canyons stretch along the southern shore of Issyk-Kul Lake near the village of the same name Ak-Say. They are located 16 kilometers from the regional center Bokonbaevo.