Kyrgyzstan, an amazingly beautiful landlocked country located in Central Asia, is popular for its unspoilt mountains capes, glaciers, lakes, warmth and openness of nomadic people. The country's culture is most adorably weaved in by the nomadic heritage that has been carried on from generations and is still existing. Although there are many cultures with different lifestyle and traditions but all of them uniquely contributed to the Kyrgyztan's amazing history. The country has witnessed to many great historical events like building of Great Wall of China, Spread of Islam in Asia, prominent route map to Silk route, fall of Soviet Union, which making it a unique destination to visit. The capital city Bishkek, notable for its historical monuments and art museum is the greenest city in Central Asia.
Your journey to this wonderland carries the taste of great cuisines throughout your stay in the country as the people will flaunt you with their hospitality and mouthwatering gastronomy culture. You will be suddenly welcomed by a nomad family in a yurt over a cup of Kymyz, national drink and delicious pulav. You are a family member in their houses.
Issyk-Kul Lake - the pearl of KyrgyzstanOver 170kms long, crystal clear mountain lake Issyk-Kul is world’s second largest alpine lake. The name Issyk-Kul which means “hot lake” does not freeze even during the fierce coldest time. Nestled between snow-capped mountains ranges, the walk on the golden sand beaches is most pristine. This experience has no parallel.
Mixing with locals in a bazaar of OshAlongside of shores of river Ak-Bura, the local market of Jayma is a festivity itself. You can enjoy roaming around the cross roads of this market which has been witnessing the trades from Europe and India for over 2000 years. This one open roof market offers everything for the dwellers and is the best place to mix with local communities. Although, you will tempt to buy colourful textiles to beautiful souveniers, but we also recommend you to buy some Uzgen rice to make delicious pulav at back home.