Visit Kyrgyzstan to learn more about the country's natural history. Our experts are well-known for concluding their tour with a car rental to show off the best vistas of one of Central Asia's tiniest republics. This region, which stretches to the west, south, east, and north, is unquestionably resource-rich.
Mountains are the most visible reflection of the country's natural splendor. Nearly 90 % of the region is at high heights, with the Tien Shan mountains accounting for roughly 80 % of the total.
Experts are capable of dealing with a variety of peaks. The Talas Mountains, Chatkal River Valley, Makmal, and Kumtor Mine may all provide gold.
Lakes and rivers are examples of natural expressions that can be seen from a high vantage point in the highlands. In the surrounding area, there are approximately 2,000 lakes and over 4,000 rivers. During our tour in Kyrgyzstan, we will see several of them. Rafting aficionados flock to the rivers as well.
As a result, travelers to Kyrgyzstan will be able to learn more about how natural resources impact the creation of the most breathtaking photographic opportunities. Minerals, rivers, gorges, and hills are among the country's advantages.
On a tour of Kyrgyzstan, we recommend seeing some of the country's parks and renting a car to get a better sense of the country. If you want to visit the Issyk-Kul state reserve, you should rent a car. It was established in 1948. Snow leopards, Siberian goats, marcopolos, and brown bears all live in this area. However, because they are wild creatures, approaching them in their homes to interact with them is not recommended. The park is 1329 hectares in size, with 687 of them being forested.
Travelers can visit the Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve in the country's south. It was established in 1960 with the goal of preserving Kyrgyzstan's forests and natural scenery. Another well-known park in the country is the Ala-Archa National Park, which was established in 1976. It is the most often visited park by tour groups due to its proximity to the city. You may all go hiking, climbing mountains, or strolling down a paved road to see a broad diversity of flora and animals.
The Chon Kemin National Park, located in the Chon-Kemin Valley to the south, is a highlight for our group. It was founded in 1997 and is around 123 hectares in size. This park was created to safeguard nature, including woods, plants, and animals.