Channel flow

Tourists on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to explore beautiful landscapes, enjoy incredible views of mountain rivers. Kyrgyzstan has about 40,000 rivers on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. Our company provides guests of the country with car rental and is ready to show everyone the best views of nature. And before the tours, you will be able to explore information about the nature, sights and interesting objects of Kyrgyzstan.

Our clients on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to explore that some rivers were created after the melting of glaciers and some after heavy rainfall. And visitors to the country will not be able to explore all the rivers, as some of them are located in the mountains at altitudes of. And there are also great rivers that are suitable for rafting, we can create an hour-long trip on mountain rivers for you. One of the longest rivers you can explore in Kyrgyzstan is the Naryn which covers 535 km it is divided into Large and Small Naryn. Later, this river is divided into Kekemeren and Bashi, which flow into the Toktogul reservoir.

We would like to point out that there is the Aral Sea, which is an example of how people should not act as Uzbekistan has dried up all water resources. Our guests of Kyrgyzstan  in the morning explore that there is such a river as the Talas, which has been known to people since 751. Visitors to the country will also be able to explore it during the tours and learn that it has a history of how at that time the Chinese part of the population suffered from the attacks of the West. In the northern part of Kyrgyzstan, the Chui River flows along the famous Boom Gorge. The Saryjaz River flows in the Issyk Kul region and has beautiful landscapes. To see it, guests of the country will be able to rent a car and enjoy the scenery of nature, see all part of the Khan Tengri mountain range. People wanted to build a bridge in 2003, but this idea never came to fruition. Another Chatkal River is located in the far valleys of Kyrgyzstan in the western part of the Tien Shan, which occupies the Chandalash ridge for 120 km.