Tourists of our company on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to explore many areas in rented cars and learn about the holidays of the country, participate in them. You will also have the opportunity to explore information about the official holidays of the country. In Kyrgyzstan, such holidays are held as for example: 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.
During the tours in Kyrgyzstan, customers will have the opportunity to learn that holidays are considered days off. Tourists of the company will also be able to explore that in different regions of the country, Muslim holidays are also celebrated, which are usually determined by the lunar calendar.
During the tour, you will have a great opportunity to explore what holidays exist in the country since the country was established, for example, international, Soviet, national holidays. So for example, independence Day is celebrated on August 31, on March 21 people celebrate the traditional holiday of Nooruz, and the local population prepares sumelek from wheat malt. During the tours, you can also learn that juniper trees are usually burned during the holidays.