Kyrgyzstan is a country of mountains that invites tourists from all over the world to tour the country. In our tours of Kyrgyzstan, guests of the country will be able to explore that there are about 40,000 rivers. All of them are located at different heights. You can rent a car and enjoy the beautiful scenery, and take a trip. And in order to go on tours in Kyrgyzstan to explore mountain lakes, you can explore our article about the natural objects of the country.
You will be able to explore the information that some rivers appeared after the melting of glaciers and some after heavy precipitation. But in Kyrgyzstan, the rivers are located at different heights, and so you can find out that some rivers cannot get to because they are located high in the mountains. You will also be able to explore that there are some rivers that are great for rafting. You will be able to enjoy an hour-long trip during the tours of Kyrgyzstan from our company on the mountain river. The longest river in Kyrgyzstan is the Narny River which stretches for 535 km This river is famous for the fact that it has a branch of the Large and small Naryn. And after that, the river has branches like Kekemeren and Bashi, and they eventually flow into the Toktogul reservoir.
We also want to tell you that there is the Aral Sea, which is located in Uzbekistan and people destroyed it after they dried up all its resources. The Talas River, which has been flowing in Kyrgyzstan since 751, has its own history. About how at that time the Chinese part of the population suffered from attacks from the West. The Chui River is known for flowing along the Boom Gorge. There is also one of the largest rivers in Kyrgyzstan, the Saryjaz, which flows in the Issyk-Kul region. Our clients will be able to go on tours in Kyrgyzstan and rent a car from our company, as well as on the way to see part of the Khan Tengri ridge. In 2003, people wanted to create a bridge,but the attempts were in vain. In the far regions of the country, the Chatkal River flows, which is located in the west of the Tien Shan Mountains, it occupies about 120 km and stretches along the Chandalash ridge.