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Kyrgyzstan Small Group Tour

Kyrgyzstan which is a landlocked country situated in Central Asia prides itself in being home to the Tien Shan Mountains and the Khan Tengri peak which is considered one of the world's most beautiful peaks. The high altitude, serene mountain lakes, and adventurous trekking routes is what attract tourists from around the world. Our small group tours will take you through the beauty of Kyrgyzstan and the marvels of the neighboring countries in a single tour package.

Kyrgyzstan in detail

The earliest records of human settlement in the region of Kyrgyzstan date 2,000 years back. The ancient Kyrgyzs were known as Yenisei Kirghiz who lived in central Siberian region near Yenisey River. The region then became a part of the Kushan Empire. In the early medieval period, it was the Turks who first made their mark in this region. Nomadic tribal group of G'kt'rks established the first Turkic state in 552 AD. From the group, Buddhist Uyghur Empire emerged out of the region. After the disintegration of the Empire, branches of it migrated to surrounding areas to form individual settlements. Some of these groups formed a federation with the Muslim institutions that was called Kara-Khanlik. They settled in the region of Kyrgyzstan cities like ancient Balasagun flourished as a economic and cultural center in Central Asia. Following the Mongol invasion in the 13th Century, the territories of Kyrgyzstan got devastated and people lost their independence and came under Mongol Khanates of Golden Horde, Chagatai Khanate, and Oirats. Later, the Kyrgyz people also were ruled by Kalmyk, Manchu, and Uzbek empires. In 1876, the region got annexed to the Russian Empire and Soviet power was established from 1918. From 1920 onwards, Kyrgyzstan saw many cultural, social, and educational exchanges and economic development was also notable. It was announced as an independent state in 1991.

Like its neighoring Central Asian nations, it is a landlocked country and is the farthest from the sea than any other country in the region. It covers an area of 198,500 sq km, and 80% of that is mountains. Tian Shan mountain range cover majority of the area, and 41% of country is located above an elevation of 3,000 meters. The highest point in country is Pamir at 7439 meters followed by Khan -Tengri at 6,995 meters. From the mountains, somewhere about 40,000 big and small rivers and streams emerge and flow downhill. In between the mountains, there are 1,923 mountain lakes. Because of such natural resource, it is often referred to as 'Switzerland of Central Asia.'

Our Kyrgyzstan group tour packages:

Kyrgyzstan Group Tour

Cover all the important places in Kyrgyzstan with your family and friends in this single group tour package.

Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Group Tour

Take a tour with your whole group to the countries of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan in this single tour package.

Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan Group Tour

Visit the triad of Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in a single group tour.

Kyrgyzstan-Kazakhstan Group Tour

Visit the best of both worlds of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan with your family and friends in this single group tour package.

Kyrgyzstan Small Group Tour Packages

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3 Days Kyrgygstan Tour - Around Issyk-Kul Lake

During this tour you will travel to one of the most popular destinations in Kyrgyzstan - Issyk-Kul Lake.Additionally, you will visit Burana Tower, Rukh-Ordo Cultural Center as well as Jeti-Oguz Valley and

$300/pp
Burana Tower

7 Days Kyrgygstan Tour - Four Regions Of Kyrgyzstan

We are sure that the seven-day tour of the main attractions of Kyrgyzstan you will remember for a long time! During these seven days you will visit such places as The mountain Sulaiman-Too, Uzgen Minaret, Petroglyphs

$960/pp
kochkor

10 Days Kyrgygstan Tour - Nomads Way Tours

More than any other Central Asian people, the Kyrgyz have been attached to their traditional way of life as nomads. This tour will show you the hospitality of Kyrgyz people when you visit them at yurts where they live; introduce to nomadic

$980/pp