Dear tourists, we are pleased to take a tour of Kyrgyzstan that will encourage you to rent a car and take part in this region's holidays. And we are pleased to remind you of the basic official holidays for the time being. Let's look at the holidays as January 1 – New Year, January 7 – Orthodox Christmas, February 23 – Defenders of Fatherland Day, March 8 – International Women’s Day, March 21 – National Holiday Nooruz, April 7 – April Revolution Day, May 1 – Labor Day, May 5 – Constitution Day, May 9 – Victory Day, August 31 – Independence Day, November 7 – Day of History and Memory, Orozo Eid, Kurban Eid.
Throughout the country, these holidays are celebrated and the days are said to be weekends. You can travel through the territories of any part of the world on car rental tours in Kyrgyzstan and remember that the latter are celebrated as Muslim religious holidays, the days of which are marked by the Lunar calendar.
It is important to take advantage of a car rental in Kyrgyzstan in order to be here on a tour and to see that all holidays are classified in the world's various life spans and can be international, Soviet, national holidays. March 21 is Nooruz, the yearly Muslim holiday when locals cook sumelek made from wheat malt. August 31st is Independence Day, the juniper is usually getting charred.