Get to understand Central Asian culture:
Kyrgyzstan (formal name Republic of Kyrgyzstan) is one of the countries in Central Asia. It borders with Kazakhstan on the north, Uzbekistan on the west, Tajikistan on the south and China on the north. After independence in 1991, Bishkek was capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is a landlocked country with mountainous region, which owns incredible beautiful nature, traditional nomads. The land of Kyrgyzstan dominates by the Tian Shan Range. The mountains are beautiful for trekking. It is possible to do many adventure trips like biking, water sports, hiking, horseback riding and spending night in the traditional nomadic yurts.
For seeing the treasures of Kyrgyz:
Travelers may start from traditional eastern colorful market in Bishkek and Dordoi Bazaar – the largest market in Central Asia. Continue visit to the world’s second biggest high altitude mountain lakes Issyk-Kul and Son-Kul, stay in a yurt near Tash Rabat, as well as fabulous Ala Archa National Park as well.
To discover a part of the world few others get to see.
Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are three countries, which in general include parts of Fergana Valley and Central Asia as well. You can trek amidst meadows, conifer forests and wildflowers of Tien Shan and Pamir ranges, camping near crystal –clear mountain rivers and lakes. We also can stop for overnight in or behind nomadic camp, to see how these hardy people live in their mountainous oasis.
Useful information about Kyrgyzstan travel.