Get to know Kyrgyzstan

Central Asia has always been a very mysterious place for travelers due to the country’s culture, traditions, and history. Because of this, Kyrgyzstan has actually become a very popular destination for the most curious. With a total area of ​​199,900 square kilometers, Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country bordered by Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and China.

With an excellent atmosphere, along with all kinds of adventure activities like skiing, rafting, and horseback riding, to name just a few, this is an incredible Central Asian destination to visit. Kyrgyzstan offers a good opportunity to all those who visit it to be able to practice skiing , with ski resorts such as Kashka-Suu, Suluu Tor, and Nooruz.
There are numerous lakes and rivers with transparent waters, which offer many opportunities for tourists to practice scuba diving and rafting. Lake Issyk-Kul, on the one hand, is an excellent place for diving because of its transparent and clean waters. For rafting, you can also find some guided tours in Kyrgyzstan, some of which will take you to the Kekemeren river. The history of Kyrgyzstan is fascinating. A group of people began to live in the upper part of the Yenisei River Valley.
Yenisey is the largest river and the one that forms the largest system of rivers that flow into the Arctic Ocean. The valley is known for its archaeological culture, such as the Tashtyk culture. In cultural terms, the influence of the Russian era is still very visible. Due to the diversity of its population, culture and traditions are very different, this is something that is reflected in its spectacular monuments distributed throughout the cities of the country.