Naryn region is located in the central part of Kyrgyzstan. It occupies the valleys and slopes of the mountains of the Inner Tien Shan. The region borders on the east with Issyk-Kul, in the north with Chui, in the west with the Jalal-Abad and Osh regions, and in the south with China.
Naryn region is the largest region of Kyrgyzstan, and the most sparsely populated.
This is the land of the nomadic Kyrgyz life that has survived to this day, endless expanses and high mountains.
Naryn is famous for its natural attractions such as Son Kol, Kel Suu(or Kol Tetiri), Chatyr Kol Lakes, Tash Rabat Caravanserai, Kokomeren and Kara Keche pass and the popular serpentine called 33 parrots