Things to Do in Kyrgyzstan
Nature surrounds Kyrgyzstan and its culture and history is equally interesting. There are lots of outdoor activities to choose from. Hike around canyons and witness the perfect skills of eagle hunters. Enjoy stunning views from gorges and canyons, take a boat ride across azure lakes or experience a home-cooked meal with a local Kyrgyz family at their home. There is so much to do and there is something for everyone.
Bishkek City Tour
Explore Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's capital and largest city. Learn about famous historical figures and delve into Bishkek's vibrant art scene. Visit highlights including Ala Too Square, Manas Monument, Kurmanjan Datka monument, Lenin statue and Victory Square.
Jeti Oguz Canyon
You will be driven up to the hill top to admire the view of Jeti Oguz. Afterwards, enjoy a short walk at the top of Jeti Oguz with picturesque rolling hills before you are driven back down for a brief photo stop by the river.
Ala Archa National Park Hike
Enjoy an excursion the explore the great Kyrgyzstan's outdoors at Ala Archa National Park. You may hike to the Tepshi Plato, or if time and energy permits, to the waterfall.
Boat Ride at Issyk Kul Lake
Enjoy a private one-hour cruise through Issyk Kul, the second largest mountain lake in the world.
Ceramic Workshop at Toiart
Learn the main stages of pottery production and try your hand by participating in the process under the guidance of the workshop master.
Enjoy some leisure time to stroll around the Chunkurchak village with its yurts, galloping horses, rolling green hills and gentle river stream.
Fairytale Canyon of Skazka
Visit Skazka Canyon, renowned for uniquely-shaped sandstones where your imagination can run wild.
Folk Musical Performance
Let our professional musicians entertain your ears with Kyrgyz melodies as performed on traditional musical instruments.
Hike to Dove Waterfall
Walk along the mountain ridge to the Dove Waterfall, approximately 2-3 hours.
Hiking in Chunkurchak
Choose from either an easy 1.47km trail through forested mountain slopes and meadows, or a moderate 1.63km hike into the panoramas of Chunkurchak and Kyzyl Jar.