Kyrgyzstan tours

If you travel to Kyrgyzstan, you’ll travel to an undiscovered country with rugged nature. Kyrgyzstan tours give you the chance to visit a land not often mentioned in the news but is an adventurous destination. The impressive mountains are the ideal place for trekking tours. Go on foot or on horseback through the pristine nature and valleys covered with flowers. Discover our tours to Kyrgyzstan!

During your tour of Kyrgyzstan you’ll visit the blue Issyk Kul Lake, surrounded by snowy mountaintops and boasting fantastic views. This lake is one of the biggest mountain lakes in the world. You’ll also come across the tents of the nomads. The hospitable and friendly population might offer you a glass of kümüz, fermented horse milk. It is polite to at least try a sip. The women of Kochkor craft the most beautiful tapestries at home and are happy to show them to you.

The tours of Kyrgyzstan will also introduce you to the Russian influences that are still visible, though Kyrgyzstan proclaimed its independence in 1991. You’ll find the Russian way of building cities apparent in Bishkek, where huge statues of the old Soviet leaders can be found in almost every square.

During your Kyrgyzstan travels, a visit of the balbals at the Burana minaret is not to be missed. These historical gravestones weigh hundreds of kilos and it is still a miracle how these stones came to here.

The tours of Kyrgyzstan will surprise you with the sheer beauty of the country and you’ll be sure to be one of the first travellers to discover this impressive country.

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Country info Kyrgyzstan

  • Background information
  • Culture Kyrgyzstan
    Kyrgyzstan is officially called The Kyrgyz Republic and the culture and customs show similarities with other Central Asian countries. Shaking hands in Kyrgyzstan is a frequent
  • Religion Kyrgyzstan
    More than 75 percent of people in Kyrgyzstan are Muslim and about 20 percent are Russian Orthodox. The Kyrgyz converted to Islam relatively late (sixteenth century). They stil
  • Language Kyrgyzstan
    Kyrgyzstan has two official state languages​​: Kyrgyz and Russian. Kyrgyz is a Turkic language with a Cyrillic alphabet. The country is slowly trying to switch to the Latin script.
  • Festivals Kyrgyzstan
    Kyrgyzstan has many national holidays and commemoration days: New Year's Day (January 1), Russian Orthodox Christmas (7 January), International Women's Day (March 8), Labour D
  • Food and drinks Kyrgyzstan
    The standard meal in Kyrgyzstan is the spicy laghman, a meal of noodles. Jarkop is braised meat with vegetables and noodles. Hoshan are fried or steamed dumplings. Horse-meat
  • Tipping Kyrgyzstan
    Although they often will not ask for it, the guides, drivers and hotel staff in Kyrgyzstan expect a tip.
  • Weather and climate Kyrgyzstan
    Kyrgyzstan has significant differences in low and high altitudes with mountain and continental climates. In the valleys the summers are very hot while in the mountainous areas
  • Practical information
  • Luggage and clothing Kyrgyzstan
    For this group trip through Kyrgyzstan we recommend to carry a backpack or any ‘soft’ type bag.  A case we would strongly recommend against.   As for
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