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Kyrgyzstan: Itineraries for everyone

"Kyrgyzstan is one of the few places where you can still find the traditions of the nomadic tribes of Central-Asia."journalofnomads.com
"Kyrgyzstan is at the heart of nomadic history in Central Asia."lonelyplanet.com
"Kyrgyzstan is one of the safest countries in Asia!"journalofnomads.com
"Kyrgyzstan is a nation covered in mountains, filled with amazing culture, epic adventures, friendly people and tasty food."nomadasaurus.com
"Kyrgyzstan is filled with Silk Road history and ancient burial sites, like the amazing Burana Tower."nomadasaurus.com
"Kyrgyzstan is one of the most exciting destinations for intrepid explorers, trekkers and nature lovers right now."global-gallivanting.com

Private & Group Tours in Kyrgyzstan

Great tours in the whole country for everyone. Use the knowledge of locals to make an unqiue adventure in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan location

Central Asia

Located

Land borders

China

Kazakhstan

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

Kyrgyzstan at a glance

Som (KGS)

Currency

Russian

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Very trendy (5 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Moderate (37 / 100)

Safety index

Underdeveloped (68 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia, and it is a roundtrip from Almaty (Almaty in detail). The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at
Bishkek and Osh. You find the nightlife at Bishkek. Many cities are snowy in December. You can pay with Som everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Russian . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. These flight connection are taken during this route: Kara-Shoro - Almaty (Almaty in detail).
This itinerary brings you through Central Asia, more precisely Kyrgyzstan. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
it is possible to go to many nature. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at
Osh and Bishkek. If you love to make party you will be happy at Bishkek (plan Bishkek itineraries). The climate is snowy. During your travel you have to speak Russian . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You can pay with Som everywhere.
The itinerary brings you at the beginning to Central Asia, more precisely Kyrgyzstan. Uzbekistan are the next countries. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
If you love to visit museums you will be happy at
Bishkek (more about Bishkek), Andijan and Tashkent. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Bishkek. Many cities are snowy in December. During your travel you have to speak Russian and Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You can pay with Som everywhere.
The itinerary starts in Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia. Uzbekistan are the next countries.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at
Osh (Osh in detail), Andijan and Tashkent. The climate is snowy. During your travel you have to speak Russian and Uzbek . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. There are one flight connection. These are Tashkent - Bishkek (plan Bishkek itineraries). You can pay with Som everywhere.

Things to do

Find out some of the most interesting things to do and to see in Kyrgyzstan.central mosque bishkek , I crossed the border in Karkara and spent the second part of my trip to Central Asia discovering Kyrgyzstan. Crossing the border is simple and since it’s quite a remote area it doesn’t take long.

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If at all, Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, is only known as a summer destination. The famous Tian Shan Mountains offer some supreme hiking opportunities that are definitely worth exploring if you are there during the warmer months. But is there anything to do in Bishkek in winter and ..

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Because the country is still relatively undiscovered and serves so many different styles of travel, the answer is: it really depends on what you’re after. With over 90% of Kyrgyzstan covered in mountains, it’s impossible to escape them. Good thing, because those mountains are among the country’s biggest draw. .

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If you happen to be searching for a country to visit with your family on your next vacation, Kyrgyzstan could be an interesting place to look into. Situated in Central Asia, the country is mostly mountainous and largely unexplored by the outside world. In fact, one could say that there is much potential in the country ...

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Eat & drink

FOOD EXPERIENCEIt’s hard to believe it today by looking at the Kyrgyz people but apparently many of them used to have red hair and blue or green eyes. Ethnically, they were originally much more similar to their European neighbours to the west than those to the east. It wasn’t until later, perhaps partly because of the ...

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If you’ve been backpacking in Central Asia for a while and are dying for something different I recommend Izyum Restaurant in Petrovsky Park, with an extensive international menu. ...

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I have never heard of any examples of Kyrgyzstan cuisine and although I am taken aback by horse meat and I am afraid I won’t try cooking it, I am still happy and grateful to have learned something new. I really enjoy getting to know new stuff and broadening my ...

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Worth to visit

So how did this mountain change from being simply a spiritual natural landscape into a focus of intense worship? ...

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General

Kyrgyzstan Travel - Reasons why you should visit Kyrgyzstan - Central Asia - Journal of Nomads Kyrgyzstan Travel - Reasons why you should visit Kyrgyzstan - Central Asia - Journal of Nomads is a country that captured our imagination from the very first time we entered its border from Kazakhstan We were amazed to see ...

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Kyrgyzstan is the Next Best Summer Vacation on adventure travelers’ maps these days. Grassy pastures sloping up to epic mountains, horses and goats and eagles, nomadic yurts scattered across the sprawling steppe… man, why wouldn’t you want to travel to Kyrgyzstan?! Nippy noses are a nonissue when men on ...

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While I was travelling the Silk Road, one of the countries that surprised me the most was Kyrgyzstan. Central Asia is not exactly one of the most popular destinations, and Kyrgyzstan is, for most people, just one of those far away “-stan” countries. Everybody has a different reason for travelling, but, for me, one of ...

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Kyrgyzstan is a stunning destination to visit all year round. Here are a few reasons why you should absolutely visit Kyrgyzstan in winter. Life in the countryside of Kyrgyzstan is a beautiful thing to witness during the summer. What not so many people know is that it’s equally super awesome to visit Kyrgyzstan in ...

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Itinerary

In 2018, we spent nearly 12 months in a little Central Asian country called Kyrgyzstan and we’ve fallen in love with its beauty! We love it there so much that we keep coming back! That’s why we’re organizing new adventure treks in the summer of 2021! Have you always dreamed of traveling on horseback and ..

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With its unique, striking mountains, Kyrgyzstan is slowly becoming a pretty popular trekking destination. However, the mountains of Kyrgyzstan are, definitely, not the only reason why you should come here. From a well-developed public transportation system to a wide range of budget accommodation, hospitable people and ..

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Backpacking in Kyrgyzstan – 3-4 week itinerary

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Striking snow-capped peaks, lonely mountain passes and dusty roads to nowhere make the Pamir Highway the epitome of a classic roadtrip adventure. For those in the know, it evokes memories of lush grassy plains, impassable mountain peaks, isolated communities, rubble remnants of the ancient silk road and ..

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If you’re planning to visit Kyrgyzstan in winter, this article is for you. This 10-day Kyrgyzstan itinerary for winter will help you plan an awesome adventure in this small Central Asian country during the coldest months of the year. It contains useful information such as how to get around Kyrgyzstan in winter and ..

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Costs

A budget guide to Kyrgyzstan with plenty of info about the costs of living and backpacking in Kyrgyzstan. Traveling in Kyrgyzstan on a budget - Budget Guide to Kyrgyzstan - How much does it cost to travel and live in Kyrgyzstan - Journal of Nomads Traveling in Kyrgyzstan on a budget - Budget Guide to Kyrgyzstan - How ...

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Financial planning is boring and annoying. Backpacking in Kyrgyzstan is relatively affordable. We traveled incomfort for the time that we were there, and could easily have traveled for less as hitchhiking and camping is extremely manageable in Kyrgyzstan. It’s also worth noting that these are costs for ...

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Here’s how much it costs to backpack in Kyrgyzstan

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The trek price varies on the number of persons doing the hike. The prices below include all your food, accommodation in a shared yurt with blankets, a porter, and transport to and from Osh. ...

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These petroglyphs date between 2000 BC and 400 AD and mainly depict hunting scenes. There’s no information available on site, tourism is still very much in development mode in Kyrgyzstan, so I highly recommend going with a guide. ...

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Accommodation

I had always imagined my first stay in a nomadic yurt would be in Mongolia. But it happened in Kyrgyzstan! Until the Valley of Flowers, we had stayed in guesthouses. I was excited for this unusual accomodation and I found that yurt life experience awesome: the feeling inside, the people, the food...

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, located back in the larger village of Jeti Oguz that’s 12 km from the main sites comes highly recommended. There are also plenty of yurts that pop up, taking in tourists during the summer in the Valley of Flowers. Plan to spend about 700 KGS per person per night. You can book this yurt camp ...

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I am ready to take my first sip, slightly nervous about what it’s going to taste like. The white milk in my glass looks relatively normal, except maybe for a few more bubbles than usual. But I’m a bit apprehensive because I’ve just seen where it came from. ...

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Baytur Resort

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A trip to Kyrgyzstan was a dream come true, but I knew little about Central Asia when I set out. ...

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