Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyz Republic, is situated in Chui region. A home to a beautiful Ala-Archa National Park, wonderful gorges, waterfalls, ancient Burana tower and ski resorts in winter time.
The most famous tower in Kyrgyz Republic, ancient Burana Tower is only 80 km away from capital.
The most beautiful mountain lake in Chuy region.
Bishkek is the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic and its greenest city. It once used to be the greenest city back in USSR.
2,200-hectare beautiful park only 21 km away from capital.
75 km away from capital, Kegety Gorge is located along the northern part of Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range.
3,200 m high Lake Zhashyl-Kol, which is translated as Green Lake from Kyrgyz is located in Chong-Kemin valley.
Belogorka Gorge is 80 km away from Bishkek and one of the most famous gorges of the region.
One of the smallest, but very beautiful gorge, Chunkurchak 45 km away from Bishkek.
A beautiful valley located between mountain ranges of Kyrgyz and Talas Ala-Too.
A gorge connecting two regions — Chui and Issyk-Kul.
Issyk-Ata is famous for its mineral geothermal springs and a resort.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Chui region.
A spiritual complex Tashtar-Ata to the north from Bishkek.
Originally a small shelter for hikers and climbers, now it is a full-size base camp.
Named after the pearl of Kyrgyz Republic — Lake Issyk-Kul, the region also has some of the country's highest peaks like Zhenish (7,439 m), beautiful glaciers, gorges and the amazing 'Skazka' (Fairy Tale) canyon as well as the best Karakol Ski Resort in the region.
Translated as 'Seven Bulls' from Kyrgyz Zheti-Oguz is one of the main attractions of the region.
This lake is often called a 'pearl of Central Asia'. This is the second largest mountain lake in the world.
This truly unique 'disappearing' lake is located at the altitude of 3,304 m in the Central Tian Shan.
One of the most beautiful lakes in Kyrgyz Republic, Ala-Kol is located at the altitude of 3,532 m.
Barskoon (read Barskon) gorge is on the south coast of Lake Issyk-Kul.
This 40 km long gorge shares the same name with the town, which is only 5 km away.
Loved by tourists, this is one of the most popular attraction of the region.
Only 10 km to the east from Karakol, you can find this gorge in the valley of Arashan river.
40 m high Maiden Braids Waterfall (or Maider Tears) is located in Zheti-Oguz.
Tears of a Bars (snow leopard) is located in Barskoon gorge on the south coast of Lake Issyk-Kul.
Altyn-Arashan is known for its famous hot springs since Soviet times.
One of the first travelers to Central Asia, Przevalsky is a famous Russian 19th century traveler.
Built in early 1900s this Dungan mosque is a unique architectural monument.
Located in a resort town of Cholpon-Ata is a beautiful cultural complex built in 2002.
The third highest peak in Kyrgyz Republic.
The first water storage built in Kyrgyz Republic, Orto-Tokoi was built back in 1956.
This giant, Inylchek Glacier is the largest glacier in Kyrgyz Republic with an area of over 800 km2.
Pobeda ('victory' from Russian) is the highest peak in Kyrgyz Republic as well as highest point of Tian Shan.
Issyk-Kul National Park (reserve) is the largest in the country and was opened in 1948.
The most beautiful canyon in Kyrgyz Republic located on the south coast of Lake Issyk-Kul. Skazka means 'fairy tale' in Russian.
A beautiful valley next to border with Kazakhstan, 75 km away from Karakol.
Tuz-Kol or also know as Dead Lake (Tuz means 'salt' from Kyrgyz), this lake is located on the south coast of Lake Issyk-Kul.
Homeland to a number of the most beautiful in the country, Lake Kol-Suu, medieval monuments and largest rivers.
17 m deep lake of amazing beauty in Naryn region.
Second largest lake in Kyrgyz Republic of amazing beauty.
Another beautiful mountain lake in Naryn region at the altitude of 3,530 m.
Regarded by many as the most beautiful lake in Kyrgyz Republic, Kol-Suu is also one of the most remote and difficult to get to.
The coldest valley of the country at the altitude of 3,000 m .
Only 44 km away from Naryn town, this valley connects two streams of the large Naryn river.
This Middle Ages monument is Kyrgyz Republic's Stonehenge.
This historical monument used to be a capital of Tian-Shan rulers back in history.
Kyzart pass connects two valleys in Naryn region and is at 2,664 m.
The road over the Torugart pass, which is on the border with China, used to be a part of the Silk Road.
This is a 3,201 m high pass on the way to Son-Kol lake.
3,030 m high Dolon pass is on the way from Lake Issyk-Kul to Naryn region.
Major national park of Naryn region, Salkyn-Tor has an area of more than 10,000 hectares.
Saimaluu-Tash Gallery of Petroglyphs, walnut forests of Arslanbob, Shakh-Fazil historical complex and, of course, beautiful Lake Sary-Chelek — all of those you can find in Zhalal-Abad region.
Sary-Chelek National Park (or Biosphere Reserve) is a part of UNESCO reserves network. It also has one of the most popular lake in the country.
A unique walnut forest of Arslanbob is only 50 km away from the regional center, Zhalal-Abad town.
2,000 m altitude mountain lake in Zhalal-Abad region.
This beautiful gorge is right after Ala-Bel pass on the way from Bishkek to Osh.
Besh-Aral National Park (or reserve) is located in the south-western part of Chatkal valley.
Petroglyphs gallery, one of the largest in the world, located 200 km away from Zhalal-Abad town.
Ala-Bel Pass is a major pass on the way from Bishkek to Osh with altitude of 3,175 m.
Historical complex of Shah-Fazil is situated in Ala-Buka district of Zhalal-Abad region.
This is the largest water storage in Central Asia with 284 km2 and215 m depth.
Padysh-Ata is a national park (reserve) with over 30,000 hectares in Western Tian Shan.
Naryn Canyon is located at the altitude of 1,000 m to the south from the Toktogul reservoir.
One of the most beautiful lakes of the country is located in Sary-Chelek National Park (reserve).
Homeland to southern capital, city of Osh. On top of the city itself, which has Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain, item on UNESCO World Heritage list, the region has over-7,000-m Lenin peak and used to be a part of the Great Silk Road back in time.
This was the first object in Kyrgyz Republic to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is right in the center of Osh city, a southern capital.
A valley located at the foot of the Alai Range, 95 km away from Osh.
The southern capital of Kyrgyz Republic and one of the oldest cities in Central Asia — it is more than 3,000 years old.
Major valley in southern part of the country located between Alai and Chon-Alai mountain ranges.
Amazing waterfall 70 km away from Osh.
2,841 m high Irkeshtam Pass is on the border between Kyrgyz Republic and China.
One of the highest peaks in Kyrgyz Republic, Lenin Peak is 7,134 m and is located in the mountainous Pamir-Alai on the border with Tajikistan.
National park in south-western part of Fergana mountain range.
Only 40 km away from Osh it is a small, but beautiful national park.
Mountain lake of 3,500 m altitude at the base of Lenin peak.
Probably, the most undiscovered region of the country. Still, it has some beautiful gorges, lakes and caves to offer. The region is also a homeland to Aigul flower, a unique flower of incredible beauty, which blossoms only once a year in April.
This 'moon' lake is located on the northern slope of Turkestan range.
This mountain in Batken region is named after a rare flower, Aigul.
The major National Park in Batken with over 40 thousand hectares.
Popular among climber, this peak is the highest point of Turkestan range.
Patagonia of Kyrgyz Republic with amazing hiking and mountaineering opportunities.
Manas, the main hero of the most important epic of Kyrgyz Republic was believed to be born in this region. No wonder the most popular attraction in the region is his Kumbez (mausoleum).
Kumbez (momument) of Manas, main hero of Kyrgyz epic, one of the most popular monuments in the country.
As you see, Talas region is all about Manas. And this 4,488 m high peak is not an exception
Talas region's most beautiful 2,997 m high mountain lake.
Besh-Tash National Park has an area of over 32,000 hectares and has a beautiful lake with the same name.
This water storage irrigates Talas valley and part of neighboring Kazakhstan.