During your tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will learn that, in fact the Kyrgyz language originated from the roots of the Turkic peoples. The first mention of the Kyrgyz was found in Turkic runic letters and Orkhon - Yenisey scripts. When you travel in Kyrgyzstan it is required first to rent a car and then, you will see that the Kyrgyz adopted the Arabic alphabet because the religion Islam flourished. Later they adopted the Latin alphabet in 1927. During your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told that, the alphabet they adopted before, changed to Cyrillic with the addition of several sounds. Car rent service offers to take a drive to historical places and get to know more about this kind of history. Since the Kyrgyz language is the official language of Kyrgyzstan, our guides during your tours in Kyrgyzstan will tell you that there are two dialects: northern and southern. The northern dialect spoke by people who live in the Chui and Issyk-Kul valley and southern by Kyrgyz who live in Ferghana valley. When you travel in Kyrgyzstan, you will have an amazing opportunity to hear these dialects. Dialects originated in Kyrgyzstan due to the presence of the Uzbeks community in the southern regions of the republic. In addition to the official Kyrgyz language in Kyrgyzstan, they also speak Russian, this is the second popular language in Kyrgyzstan. You will hear English language as well in the course of your tour in Kyrgyzstan being on one of the cars for rent.