Get acquainted with Kyrgyz Culture
The country of NomadsHorse back riding | 12 days - Fixed dates in 2021
Untouched Kyrgyzstan, the land of virgin nature and nomad culture.
Moto adventures in KyrgyzstanMoto tour | 7 days - Fixed dates in 2021
Kyrgyzstan - The part of the Silk Road
The Land of Celestial mountains
Freeride on the pristine slopes of Issyk-Kul area
Ski Tour in Kyrgyzstan
Too Ashu Pass
Too Ashuu is a beautiful pass connecting Chui valley with Suusamyr. It is located in the Ala-Too mountains on the strategic route Bishkek - Osh.
Issyk Kul Lake
The lake surrounded two sides by majestic mountain ranges Kungey and Terskey Ala-Too is known as Issyk Kul, which in Kyrgyz means "hot lake".
Issyk Ata Gorge
Issyk Ata Gorge is also known from ancient written sources. It is here that the famous Issyk Ata hot hydrogen sulfide springs, the ancient image of the Buddha and many other attractions are located.
Osh is a city of republican subordination in the Kyrgyz Republic, the administrative center of the Osh region. Osh is the second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan after Bishkek, and the largest city in the south of the country officially called the "southern capital".
Chon Ak Suu Gorge
One of the most popular and picturesque places of Issyk Kul is Chon Ak Suu gorge. It starts from the slope of the Kungei Ala-Too ridge and stretches almost parallel to the coast of Issyk Kul to the village of Grigoryevka.
Kel Tor Lake
The Kel Tor Lake located in the eponymous valley bordering the gorge Kegety, at an altitude of about 2700 meters.
Grigoryevskoye gorge is one of the most picturesque places at Issyk-Kul.
Karakol formerly Przhevalsk, is the fourth largest city in Kyrgyzstan, near the eastern tip of Lake Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan.
Arslanbob is a village, sub-district, valley, mountain range, and a large wild walnut forest in the Jalal-Abad Region of Kyrgyzstan.
The Naryn National Reserve is a 37000-hectare reserve that was established to preserve Kyrgyzstan's alpine meadows and coniferous forests.