Besh Tash National Park

In Kyrgyzstan, there is the Besh Tash river, well-known to the local people. A magnificent valley of the same name lies around it. A unique park zone runs along the two banks of this beautiful river. The length of the territory of the Besh Tash National Park is about 30 km. This attraction Kyrgyzstan was formed in 1996. An area of ​​more than 32 thousand hectares is densely populated by the most amazing and diverse animals and plants.

Besh Tash is a habitat for 8 hundreds of various representatives of the plant world. Over 2 thousand species of insects are living here. Bright representatives of the local fauna are such animals as sheep, leopards, balabans and many others.

The local river is rich in rainbow trout.

The park is famous for its unusual lake Besh Tash at 28 m depth, which is located at an altitude of 3 thousand meters. An unusual lake is called because its waters have an indescribable beauty of a bluish-turquoise colour.