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Tours to Kyrgyzstan

Tours to Kyrgyzstan are an excellent opportunity to get to know the picturesque mountainous country in the eastern part of Central Asia. Traveling through this small state will tell you about the culture of the nomadic people, their history, customs and traditions. And the picturesque landscapes of alpine meadows and snow-white peaks of the Tien Shan are an excellent accompaniment on the road.

At the same time, Tours to Bishkek are an integral part of getting to know Kyrgyzstan. To visit a country and not see its capital means missing out on a lot.

Bishkek is a relatively young city that received this status only in 1878. There are no medieval sights to be found here, but the history of the 20th century can be clearly seen on the streets of this green city. The capital has many parks, alleys, squares, and various monuments dedicated to outstanding personalities of Kyrgyzstan, as well as simply beautiful sculptural compositions.

A tour of Bishkek is an excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the architecture of the city, and at the same time, learn a lot about the history of the capital and the country as a whole. Typically, the excursion includes a visit to Ala-Too Square, where the most important events of Kyrgyzstan took place, Victory Square, Osh Bazaar, a real oriental market where trade is in full swing, as well as a walk through Oak Park, where numerous monuments are located in the shade of centuries-old trees.

No less interesting objects for travelers will be the surrounding mountains, located several tens of kilometers from Bishkek: Ala-Archa National Park, Alamedin, Belagorka, Issyk-Ata and Shamsi gorges. There you can walk at the foot of the majestic Kyrgyz mountains. And on top of that, one of the memorable tours in the vicinity of Bishkek can be rafting on the Chu River.

Tours to Kyrgyzstan is the gateway to the world of nomads and unique mountain nature. Discover this gem of Central Asia.


A classic tour of Bishkek is a visit to the main attractions of the capital of Kyrgyzstan. All the most interesting things are concentrated in the city center, and a quick inspection on foot will take 3-4 hours. However, to fully explore Bishkek you will need the whole day. During the excursion you will visit the Philharmonic Hall, Ala-Too Square, the State Museum of History, Victory Square, and see various monuments. Bishkek is considered one of the greenest cities in Central Asia, and you can see this while walking along the alleys, squares, and Dubovoy park. In addition, you will have the opportunity to visit the Central Department Store, which is considered one of the best places to buy souvenirs.


A trip to the Alamedin Gorge is one of the best options for a one-day tour in the vicinity of Bishkek. Located 40 km from the capital, the gorge has long become a favorite place for country holidays for guests and residents of the city. By choosing this tour, you will be able to walk through beautiful meadows, which in summer are strewn with wild berries and mushrooms, see glaciers and snowy peaks, and take many beautiful photographs of the fascinating mountain nature of Kyrgyzstan. After a short trek, a pleasant picnic awaits you. This tour is created for those who want to take a break from the bustle of the city! And if you have a free day in Bishkek, then you already know how you can make it one of the best days on your trip to Kyrgyzstan.


A one-day tour to the Belagorka gorge is a beautiful hike to a 60-meter waterfall. After driving an hour from Bishkek, you will find yourself at the entrance to the gorge, where the mountain slopes are covered with grass, flowers and berries. To get to the waterfall, you need to slowly walk for 2 hours through the gorge, where there are also thickets of rose hips, currants, hawthorn and barberry, and the snowy peak of the Black Kremlin mountain serves as a guide. At the end of the path you will find a stop at a refreshing waterfall. This hike is especially beautiful in spring and summer, and if you happen to visit Bishkek during this time, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the mountains of Kyrgyzstan.


An excellent one-day tour that combines visits to both historical, cultural and natural attractions in the vicinity of Bishkek. During the trip, you will visit the ruins of the ancient settlement of Balasagyn and the famous Burana Tower (XI century), have lunch in a traditional Kyrgyz village, where you can see the life of local residents, and then go to the picturesque Issyk-Ata gorge. In the gorge you will have a walk to the waterfall, and you will also have the opportunity to swim in a healing pool with radon water. Such a varied and eventful tour program makes it one of the most interesting options for a one-day vacation in the vicinity of Bishkek.


A one-day tour to Shamsi is a unique opportunity to experience the culture of the Kyrgyz people. This wonderful place is located quite far from Bishkek - 110 km. Leaving the noisy city in the morning, after 1.5 hours you will find yourself in a delightful mountain gorge covered with a spruce forest. From here begins an easy horseback ride to the Shamsi pass, where you will feel like a nomad. After the ascent, surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, you will descend into the Toru Kaiyn gorge, where lunch will be waiting for you in the shepherd’s (shepherd’s) house. After this, you will be able to ride horses around the area for a bit more, and then return to Bishkek. This is a beautiful horse riding tour, but if you do not have horse riding experience, riding for many hours in the saddle can be tiring.


A day full of refreshing drive - this is a one-day rafting tour from Bishkek on the Chu River. Having set off from the capital on the 113th km along the highway to Issyk-Kul, you will find yourself on the Chu River, where rafts, equipment and experienced instructors will be waiting for you. After completing the instructions and preparing for the river extreme, you will set off on a voyage through the stormy waters of the Chu River. The rafting length is 15 km and takes 1.5 hours. Relatively calm sections of the river alternate with turbulent streams with large swells and fast currents. Rafting has low difficulty, and even a beginner can handle the challenge. As a result, you will get a lot of unforgettable impressions and a complete understanding of rafting.

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