Why Visit Kyrgyzstan?
Kyrgyzstan, a landlocked country in Central Asia, is celebrated for its breathtaking mountain landscapes and nomadic traditions. Covering approximately 199,951 square kilometers, it is characterized by the majestic Tien Shan range, with peaks soaring above 7,000 meters, including Pobeda Peak and Khan Tengri.
Kyrgyzstan’s history is deeply rooted in the Silk Road trade routes and the nomadic culture of the Kyrgyz people. The country’s culture reflects its Turkic heritage and nomadic way of life, with yurts, horsemanship, and epic poetry still central to the Kyrgyz identity.