Nature of Kyrgyzstan
It will carry several unforgettable emotions to plan to have a tour in Kyrgyzstan. Use the car rental service to see the best views of the Central Asian region. There are many natural resources in the territory, extending to the west, south, east, north and being a neighbor to many other nations.
Kyrgyzstan's existence is linked to the mountains. You can see about 90% being at the heights of the tours in Kyrgyzstan, with about 80% being the Tien Shan mountains. There are several peaks where climbers have conquered. The mountains are home to natural resources such as gold, which can be taken from the region near the Chatkal Dam, Makmal, and Kumtor Mine in Talas Province.
It is worth noting that nature, seen high in the mountains, is accessible through lakes and rivers. It is estimated that the territory will have about 4,000 rivers and about 2,000 lakes. During the tours with us, some of them can be seen and the rivers are the target of those doing rafting in Kyrgyzstan.
On the Kyrgyzstan tour, the most stunning sites can be seen as the product of nature accessible by the development of natural resources, becoming the sights for spectacular images. The wealth of the country is minerals, water, gorges, hills.
To get acquainted with nature, we would like to provide car rental to visit some of the parks on tours in Kyrgyzstan. If you would like to visit the Issyk Kul State Reserve, renting a car is fine. The reserve was discovered in 1948. The species are widespread as snow leopards, Siberian goats, Marcopolo, and brown bears. There are creatures who are wild, so it is best not to mess with their houses. The park occupies an area of around 1329 hectares, but the trees occupy 687 hectares.
You can see the Sary Chelek Biosphere Reserve along the way, situated in the southern part of Kyrgyzstan. The park was established in 1960 in order to preserve Kyrgyzstan's forests and surroundings. Ala Archa National Park is another beautiful park in the region (1976). It is renowned among travelers and is located near the city. Walk to the tallest mountains and have a chance to see rich flora and fauna.
On a tour of Kyrgyzstan, you will have the chance to visit the Chon Kemin National Park, situated south of the Chon Kemin Valley. In 1997, it was found to be around 123 hectares. In order to preserve habitat, trees and flora and fauna, people built this park.