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Kyrgyzstan is a country with a rich culture, a stunning landscape, and a rich history. It is home to some of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the world, including the Tian Shan and Pamir ranges. Summertime temperatures often reach into the high 40s, while winter temperatures can drop below zero. Kyrgyzstan is a popular destination for tourists seeking to explore its unique culture and landscape. From the historical monuments to the natural beauty, Kyrgyzstan is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast. From breathtaking mountain vistas and rugged terrain to crystal clear lakes and lush valleys, Kyrgyzstan has something to offer for everyone. Tourists can explore ancient cities, towering mountains, and vast deserts, all while discovering the unique culture of this Central Asian country. Whether you are looking for a relaxing holiday or an adventure, Kyrgyzstan is the perfect destination.

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most popular places


Ysyk-Köl Lake

Ysyk-Köl Region

Bishkek City

Chüy Region

14°C Clear


Ala-Archa National Park

Chüy Region

Karakol City

Ysyk-Köl Region

9°C Clouds


Osh City

Osh Region

17°C Clouds


Boom Gorge

Chüy Region



Kyrgyzstan is a beautiful country full of hidden gems! Tourists can find a wide variety of hotels from luxury resorts to budget-friendly hostels. Most of the hotels offer stunning views of the rugged mountains, picturesque valleys and crystal-clear lakes. No matter what your budget, there's something for everyone in Kyrgyzstan. For those looking for a truly special experience, there are private villas, chalets and traditional Kyrgyz yurts. Enjoy the hospitality and warm welcome of the local people as you explore our incredible homeland!

Food and Drinks

Kyrgyzstan is home to a variety of tasty and unique cuisine. Popular dishes include lagman (noodles, vegetables, and meat in a flavorful broth), manti (stuffed dumplings), beshbarmak (boiled meat served with noodles), and plov (rice cooked in oil, with carrots, onions, and meat). Many dishes are accompanied by traditional Kyrgyz flatbread such as lepeshka and various dairy products like kymyz (fermented mare's milk). Visitors to Kyrgyzstan are sure to have a unique and enjoyable culinary experience!


Kyrgyzstan is a welcoming country with friendly locals and stunning natural beauty. Despite some instances of crime and political instability in the past, Kyrgyzstan is largely safe for tourists. Visitors are advised to exercise normal safety precautions, such as being aware of their surroundings and avoiding walking alone at night. With its rich culture and beautiful landscapes, Kyrgyzstan is a fantastic destination for travelers looking for an authentic experience.


Kyrgyzstan is a breathtakingly beautiful country with diverse and captivating landscapes. From its towering peaks and rolling hills to its pristine lakes and lush forests, Kyrgyzstan offers a wealth of natural beauty. Visitors can explore alpine meadows dotted with colorful wildflowers, experience the rugged charm of the country's mountain villages, and marvel at the stunning scenery from scenic mountain passes. Kyrgyzstan is a true gem for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, offering a truly unforgettable experience.


Kyrgyzstan is becoming increasingly accessible to travelers, offering a unique and authentic experience. The country has well-developed infrastructure, including an international airport and a growing tourism industry. Visitors can easily find affordable transportation options and accommodations, making it easy to explore the breathtaking landscapes and rich culture of Kyrgyzstan. Whether you're a backpacker or a luxury traveler, Kyrgyzstan is a destination that offers something for everyone.


Kyrgyzstan is an adventurer's paradise, offering an exciting and diverse range of outdoor experiences. From horseback riding and hiking to white-water rafting and skiing, Kyrgyzstan has something to offer for thrill-seekers of all stripes. Visitors can explore the country's rugged and remote landscapes, witness breathtaking views from mountain peaks, and enjoy traditional cultural experiences. Kyrgyzstan is a destination that truly offers an adventure like no other, and is a must-visit for anyone seeking a unique and exciting travel experience.

upcoming events

Festival "Nooruz"

21st March

The two-day grandiose gastronomic festival “Nooruz”, where you will spend wonderful and unforgettable days with various games, contests and many treats! Location: Esperov Village, southern shore of Issyk-Ku…

Festival “Sumolok”

21st March

Preparing the national dish “Sumolok”, national games, concert show. Nooruz is a holiday that unites all people in a large family and friendly circle. Where the main symbol is the traditional sumolok dish. It …


21st March

Nooruz is celebrated on March 21, the day of the vernal equinox, and marks the beginning of a new year. Nooruz Day begins with the sounds of a karnay, a wind instrument, which is a long trumpet. National dish…

Week of Traditional Music

1st April

The annual celebration of the Day of Traditional Music has become a good tradition, a holiday for the keepers of professional oral music. The aim of the week is to preserve, improve and develop traditional mus…


1st May

The Alpiniada is held with the aim of popularizing mountaineering, rock climbing, ice climbing, sustainable tourism, improving the skills of athletes and rescuers of the public rescue team, as well as promotin…

Festival of migratory birds

1st May

Creation and preservation of micro-reserves, development of ecological tourism. Location: Kara-Talaa, Ton district, Issyk-Kul region | Organizer contact: Bakyt Choytonbaev Tel.:+996 700 267795, +996 778 …

MTB competition

6th May

Mountain biking competition. Entry fee: 1500 som / 20 USD (lunch included) Location: Arslanbob Village, Jalal-Abad Region Organizer contact: CBT Arslanbob; +996 777 342476

Joo-Guluk Tushoo Toi

1st June

Joo-Guluk Tushoo Toi festival Annual festival. Festival program: 10 km marathon, starting from the center of Bokonbaevo village to the coastal zone of Manzhyly- Ata Location: Bokonbaevo village and coast…

Festival Ak Orgo Kotoruu

1st June

National yurt construction in order to recreate forgotten Kyrgyz traditions. Yurts have been a distinctive feature of life in Central Asia for at least three thousand years. The first written description of a …

Kurak Jana Terme Festival

18th June

The festival is dedicated to Kurak – traditional name that is given to various types of products that are made from shreds sewn together (patchwork). Kurak is the name given to various types of items made f…

Kymyz Festival

20th June

The goal of the event is to praise the generosity of Kyrgyz people and treat guests with the traditional beverage Kymyz, and also to familiarize them with the therapeutic properties of this drink. Herodotus…

Kyrgyz Shyrdak festival

27th June

Kyrgyz Shyrdak international festival The goal is to pass on the heritage from the ancestors, preserve intangible cultural values, develop the Shyrdak craft, involve the next generation of young people in the…

Agro-Ethno Fest

1st July

Folk show, pet exhibition, Kyrgyz national games, wool exhibition, national dishes, horse games. Location: Yurt camp «Zhaichy» Issyk-Kul region | Google Map | Organizer contact: +996 701 690202

“Oimo” festival

1st July

Artisans from different countries exhibit their products at the stalls of the Handicrafts Fair, which continues traditions of the Silk Road. Location: Bishkek, a square near «Ala-Too» movie theatre, Nationa…

Festival “Teskey Jeek”

15th July

Program of the ethno-festival: the show "Salbuurun"; ethno-sport games; yurt construction competition; folklore program; traditional equestrian games, Kok-Boru, Kyz Kuumai Location: Territori…

Birds of Prey Festival

20th July

The Birds of Prey Festival is one of the brightest and most exciting events in the cultural events of Kyrgyzstan. Here you can see a lot of birds of prey - from eagles and golden eagles to gyrfalcons and falco…

Bugu Festival

21st July

In order to develop and preserve the heritage of the traditions of the Kyrgyz people (handicrafts, traditions, customs, national cuisine, national games - burkut saluu, hunting with taigans, salbuurun). Als…

Festival Temir Kanat

25th July

Issyk-Kul eco-ethno festival Temir Kanat Attracting residents of Kyrgyzstan and all of humanity to strengthen measures and protect the environment, respect for nature, expanding further activities to increase…


28th July

Kol-Fest - Central Asian music and arts festival Kol Fest is the first music and art festival in Central Asia, bringing together people, music and art from different countries. Kөl Fest is a place where you…

National horse games

30th July

Traditional horse-riding competitions in Ulak- tartysh, Kyz-Kuumai, Tyin- enmey and er-enish. Entry fee: 1500 som / 20 USD (lunch included) Ulak tartysch (goat ripping) Several teams are involved in t…

Adventure Tourism

1st August

Adventure Tourism and Mountaineering Festival of Alai Valley National games, artists performances, climbing, trekking, downhill skiing, walking, riding on horseback and yaks. August: dates will be known …

“Oimo” festival

1st August

Artisans from different countries exhibit their products on the shelves of the Craft Fair, which continues the traditions of the Great Silk Road. Artists and amateur groups perform at the venues, a solemn para…

Festival "Shirge zhyar"

1st August

Fest of shepherds. The main goal is the revival of the ancestors of the nomads, the development of rural agrotourism. August: date will be known closer to event Location: Taldy-Bulak, Talas region | Orga…

Birds of Prey

6th August

Birds of Prey and Equestrian Festival Show of falconry, show of national equestrian games Ulak Tartysh and Tyiyn Enmey. Hunting with golden eagles is a national tradition of the Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Mongols. …

Birds of Prey Festival

12th August

Entry fee: 1500 som (20 USD). Program includes: exhibition of the birds of prey, craftsmen fair; national games with tourists; folklore program; yurt construction competition. August 12 or 20…

National dish festival

29th August

Cooking national Kyrgyz and Uzbek dishes. At the festival, you can see how traditional dishes are prepared, as well as taste them. Folklore concerts are also held. It should also be noted that almost all dishe…

Nukura Festival

16th September

"Nukura" festival is held in order to attract both Kyrgyz and foreign tourists to the city of Naryn, and to get acquainted with the local culture and traditions that have existed for many years since the found…

Autumn Walnut Marathon

7th October

Marathon in the world's largest walnut fruit forest. During the holiday you can see a lot of interesting traditional moments and participation in various competitions. Entry fee: 1000 som / 13 USD (entrance…

Frequently Asked Questions

Visa and Registration

1. What documents are necessary to enter Kyrgyzstan?

Many nations’ citizens can travel Kyrgyzstan without a visa for at least 30 days. Citizens of specific countries can get visas on arrival at Manas International Airport, while citizens of all nations can get e-visas. You can contact us to learn your visa status.

2. What is a border permit? How can I get one?

A Kyrgyz visa isn’t enough to travel all of Kyrgyzstan’s regions, since some require an additional border pass. Border permits take at least three weeks to process, so apply ahead of time. Places like Kel-Suu lake, Lenin Peak. We will prepare in advance or you can order a border permit from us. approximate price is 25$/person.

3. Do I need to register while in Kyrgyzstan?

Some nations’ citizens must register within five days of arrival in Kyrgyzstan. As a general rule, if you do not require a visa to visit Kyrgyzstan, you will not be required to register; nonetheless, please review the whole list to avoid any issues. If you will visit other Countries of Central Asia.
Kazakhstan, you will need to register yourself during in 5 days.
Uzbekistan is one significant example, where citizens can enter without a visa but must register. It is possible to register without using a tourist agency, but navigating the intricate bureaucracy requires more than basic Russian and a lot of patience. Failure to register might result in fines as well as difficulties in exiting the country.

Before Arrival

1. What is the best season for trips to Kyrgyzstan?

Kyrgyzstan’s major tourist season runs from April through October. The snow in the Mountains is at its lowest levels during this time, allowing access to higher-elevation areas through trekking trails and roads. Son-Kul and Kel-Suu, for example, are only open from June to mid-September, whereas Tash Rabat is open from May until the end of September. Bishkek, Osh, and Lake Issyk-Kul, for example, are accessible year-round due to their lower heights and well-traveled transit routes. Ski resorts are offered for anyone who like snow activities in the winter.

2. What kind of weather can I expect?

Kyrgyzstan’s summers generally hot, while its winters are freezing (like any average continental climate). Even in the hottest months, temperatures in the mountains can be chilly, so travelers should pack appropriate clothes when venturing to higher elevations, regardless of the season. To guard against the sun at higher elevations, travelers should pack a brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

3. How can I get to Kyrgyzstan by air?

Kyrgyzstan operates direct flights to a some different countries. Moscow and Istanbul are the primary international hubs, and tourists are frequently routed through these two cities on their journey to Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek also has direct flights to Delhi, Dubai, Ulaanbaatar, Urumqi, and various Russian cities like as Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and Krasnoyarsk. Flights to regional locations including as Almaty, Astana, Dushanbe, and Tashkent are also available, while there are no direct flights to Ashgabat. Domestic flights are also available to Osh.

4. Can I get into or out of Kyrgyzstan by land?

Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the southwest, and China to the southeast have land boundaries with Kyrgyzstan. Some border crossings are closed to visitors, while others are only available for a limited time. Foreigners cross the border into and out of all four countries that border Kyrgyzstan on a frequent and reliable basis.

5. Should I bring any medicines to Kyrgyzstan? What can I buy there?

If you use prescription drugs, be sure you have enough to last the duration of your vacation. Prescriptions should be stored in their original containers, which should bear your name. Over-the-counter drugs are widely available in Kyrgyzstan, although they may not be identical to those available in your native country. As a result, we recommend that you carry over-the-counter drugs in their original boxes for common conditions including allergies, discomfort, and stomach issues.

6. What should I bring on a trekking?

We will offer sleeping mats, but as with any other journey, you should bring your own personal goods. Although sleeping bags may be rented, it is preferable to bring your own. Hiking boots, sunscreen, sunglasses, a sun hat, warm clothes, a raincoat, and a bag to carry everything should all be included. You are responsible for carrying your own personal possessions, however extra porters can be hired if you are unable to carry everything alone.

After Arrival

1. Is it safe to drink tap water or on trekking?

The water in Bishkek is drinkable, however visitors are advised to boil it first. Bottled water is readily accessible and safe to drink practically everywhere in Kyrgyzstan. And it is impractical to take bottled water on long treks, the water that we will use, is boiled spring water.

2. Can you recommend any eateries or cafes? What is the cost of a lunch for two people?

A lunch in Bishkek will cost you roughly $10 per person, depending on what you choose and where you eat. Meals in other regions or smaller towns may be less expensive. We recommend Navat, Arzu, and Tyubeteyka for Kyrgyz food. Beijing Duck and Chinatown for Chinese cuisine. And Dolce Vita, Prego, and Navigator for European cuisine. We recommend Ocak Kebab for Turkish cuisine.

3. Are there vegetarian options available in Kyrgyzstan?

Many restaurants and home stays will be flexible in making meatless options or offering vegetarian options. If there aren’t vegetarian meals on the menu, there are plenty of foods (like fruits, vegetables, and bread) that don’t contain meat. Please notify us if you have dietary restrictions in advance so we can make sure to accommodate your requests.

4. What sorts of foods are available in Kyrgyzstan?

Traditional Kyrgyz dishes feature a lot of meat and bread, but lots of other foods are available too. The main meats are lamb, beef, and chicken. Pork is hard to find, since the population is majority Muslim. Fresh fruits and vegetables are common, especially in the summer (just make sure to wash them well before eating). There are many restaurants that feature Russian, European, or Chinese dishes, too, especially in Bishkek.

5. What happens if I have a medical emergency?

In Kyrgyzstan, medical treatment is generally available, and our guides and company will do everything possible to help you if you have a medical emergency. In the event that doctors or medical personnel do not speak English, we will provide a translation. Guides will be able to assist with basic first aid on treks. Climbers should take care to safeguard their safety and limit dangers in alpinism, since it is the most challenging scenario in which to provide assistance.