Kyrgyzstan grabs the breath of its visitors with the splendor of its nature, its delightful mountains and its glaciers that paint stunning paintings of pure lakes, and reflects the country’s wonderful culture in the colors of the Bedouin heritage of the nation that has been transmitted from generation to generation over thousands of years.

Kyrgyzstan lies at the heart of the ancient Silk Road, which is still fragrant with the spirit of antiquity and the Middle Ages and its richest history linked to great events in the world, including the construction of the Wall of China and the spread of Islam in Asia and many others.
In the community, a mixture of about eighty different cultures in the world is fused with the unimaginable history of Kyrgyzstan without the Tian Shan and Pamir mountain ranges (the heavenly mountains) that carry the true spirit of freedom and happiness and hide among their valleys the traditions of the Bedouin life of their inhabitants who still live in tents on the hills of summer pastures Quiet.

The activities in the country that are ideal for hiking are varied due to the endless green paths on the banks of its rivers and clear lakes, and more than 50 national parks and reserves that constitute a mystery for its visitors to be discovered on horseback, in addition to skiing in the winter on the icebergs that offer the opportunity to climb for adventurers During the summer season along with many other extreme sports.

Bishkek the cheerful green capital

Bishkek is the cultural center and the green capital of Kyrgyzstan, full of historical monuments that tell long ages rich in arts and traditions. The city of about one million people is located in Wad Choy at the northern end of the Kyrgyz Alato mountain range at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level.
The city was first built in 1825 inside a majestic castle to protect the caravan routes between Tashkent and Issyk Kul lake, but the fort was destroyed in the wars that ravaged the region. The city developed significantly under the Soviet rule, whose effects can be seen in the corners and walls of the city, which contain many major museums, the most important of which are the historical museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Frunze House Museum, in addition to many theaters, including the Opera and Ballet House, as well as art galleries and music festivals held on Throughout the year.

Ouch … the oldest cities

Osh is a city steeped in history for more than 3000 years, the southern capital of Kyrgyzstan, and it has been of great importance throughout the ages. The central city was considered in the Fergana Valley, and myths differ between the founders of the city, one of which tells him that he is Solomon and the other that tells him that Alexander the Great, regardless of what the legends say However, its ancient bazaar confirms that it is an important city for merchants and still maintains its position for centuries on the banks of the Ak-Bora River.
In 1762, Osh became part of the Kokand khans and was one of the six major trading centers of the khans. In 1868, Kokand khans were annexed to the Russian Empire. The city became independent for a long time, but it joined Russian power in 1876 and the architecture flourished, adorning a collection of buildings in elegant European style.
The city contains many interesting places, the most famous of which is the Solomon Too religious mountain, which is located in the city center, in addition to the Solomon Too reserve, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List because of its historical, cultural and spiritual importance. On the mountain is the Babur Mosque, which was built in 1400, and a unique museum was built in one of the mountain’s caves, in addition to the Solomon National Historical Archeology Museum.
The bazaar is one of the most beautiful markets in Central Asia and is a great place to explore handicrafts, textiles and local food, and also contains a large and archaeological mosque dating back to 1910, Saudi Arabia recently restored it to accommodate more than 5 thousand worshipers.

Caracol … the city of adventure

The city has a network of shaded streets with green trees and is characterized by wooden cottages and some ancient tourist sites that witness a long history with which this small town on the eastern edge of the stunning Lake Issyk Koll evolved, surrounded by the Tersky Ala Too Mountains.
Caracol is a great base for blazing nature and enjoying endless adventures starting with hiking and not ending with the best skiing places in Asia. The tall mountains hide some beautiful lakes and vast glaciers, contrasting with white backgrounds and beautiful green cliffs.

Issyk Kul .. the pearl of Kyrgyzstan

The amazing Lake Issyk Kul is the second largest mountain lake in the world, surrounded by picturesque coastlines that extend through the high Tinshan Chain in the south to the Chinese border, and its name in the Kyrgyz language means “warm lake” because its waters do not freeze despite the low temperature in a season Winter is below 25 ° C, and its location is at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level, due to its deep water, light salinity, and underground thermal activity.
On the north coast there are many diversified hotels and resorts, while the south shore is still a wild area containing various species of animals and reptiles and more than 285 species of birds. The lake can also be explored on a magical boat trip at sunset and enjoy panoramic views of the rivers and mountains that surround it.

Arashan Natural State

It is called the Arashan Nature Reserve because it is a picturesque area on the heights of the majestic Kyrgyzstan mountains at an altitude of 3000 meters. The Golden Spa is located in the Alps Valley where many outdoor activities can be carried out and access to the hot and cold springs area hidden in the pine forests. Kyzyl Tash Cave and the summit of Ako Su group above the resort at altitudes of up to 5022 meters can be reached with guides.

Sun Cole Lake and population culture

Sun Cole Lake is one of the most famous mountain lakes surrounded by picturesque green mountain meadows, located at an altitude of 3016 meters above the sea level and can not be reached during the winter season, and is directly related to the lives of the residents around the lake who depend on grazing and livestock in their lives where they protect the flocks In neighboring villages such as Koshkur, Vipashi and Narin over 200 days in winter. After the snow melts in Sun Cole in late spring, the herds and their owners move to the vast and fertile pastures around the lake as they have done for centuries, and it is considered one of the most famous places for camping, horse riding and the search for medicinal herbs that cover the high plains of the lake.

Festivals throughout the year

There are a lot of annual celebrations that fill Kyrgyzstan with bright colors and wonderful tunes, and the Nowruz Festival may be one of the most famous which takes place at the beginning of the spring season. Also, many traditional sport competitions and horse games are held throughout the year where the National Championship of the Coke Boro is held in the horse field in Bishkek, Chapeche Horse Festival at Beck Lenin Base Camp. More than 66 countries, including Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Hungary, Scotland and even the United States, are participating in the annual games devoted to Bedouin sports such as darts, horse fights and bull riding that are popular in Central Asia known as “World Nomad”.

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