Border Permit

What is the Border Zone in Kyrgyzstan?

Kyrgyzstan is located in the heart of Central Asia and has borders with four countries: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China.
Along each of the borders is a border area to visit which requires special permission from the state Border service of Kyrgyzstan.

 

As a rule, the procedure for obtaining a border pass takes up to one month and therefore
it will not be possible to obtain it on the spot.

Of course in these areas are very beautiful places that want to get every traveler coming
to the country.

We are pleased to provide you with the services of obtaining border passes for passage
to the border areas of various regions of Kyrgyzstan:

 

Which Border Zones are exist?

1) Chui region- Chon Kemin valley & National Park “Chon Kemin”
2) Issyk-Kul region – Ak-Suu, Djety-Oguz, Ananyevo, Tyup and Issyk-Kul regions
3) Naryn region – At-bashi district (through the checkpoint “Torugart” and Kyndy Pass)
4) Osh region – Alai and Chon-Alai districts and Irkeshtam checkpoint
5) Batken – Lyailyaksky and Batken regions

What do I have to consider when entering the border zone?

When you go to the border zone you have to take with you:

  • The permit itself
  • The passport (no copy) upon which the permit has been issued (same passport number)

Border permits

Chui region - Chon Kemin valley & National Park “Chon Kemin”

Issyk-Kul region – Ak-Suu, Djety-Oguz, Ananyevo, Tyup and Issyk-Kul regions

Naryn region – At-bashi district (through the checkpoint “Torugart” and Kyndy Pass)

Osh region – Alai and Chon-Alai districts and Irkeshtam checkpoint

Batken – Lyailyaksky and Batken regions

Cost

  • 1 zone
    30.00 USD per permit
  • 2 zones
    22.50 USD per permit 60 USD 45 USD
  • 3 zones
    20.00 USD per permit 90 USD 60 USD
  • 4 zones
    18.75 USD per permit 120 USD 75 USD
  • 5 zones
    16.00 USD per permit 150 USD 80 USD
Border permit cost per person