Main tributary

You will be able to explore on tours in Kyrgyzstan that the country is rich in water resources and has about 40,000 rivers on its territory. Guests of the country on tours in Kyrgyzstan have a unique opportunity to rent a car and see all the beautiful landscapes of the rivers. You will be able to go on tours in Kyrgyzstan and explore the data about nature, enjoy the most beautiful and charming landscapes. We have prepared an article for you so that you can read it before the start of the tours.

Tourists on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to explore that some rivers arose after the melting of glaciers, and some arose after heavy precipitation. But visitors to the country on tours will not all be able to see the rivers during the tours, as they are located at high altitudes. Our company will be happy to create an hour-long mountain river rafting tour, where you can feel the adrenaline and enjoy the most exciting moments during the tours. The Naryn River is the longest river in Kyrgyzstan and its length is 535 km. and the Naryn River is divided into Big and small Naryn. And then there are also such branches as Bashi and Kekemeren, which flow into the Toktogul reservoir.

We want to tell you that people should not act as with the Aral Sea in Uzbekistan, as it has dried up all water resources. The other main river of the republic is the Talas, which has existed in Kyrgyzstan since 751. In the urs in Kyrgyzstan, you can learn that at that time, Chinese society was suffering from the West. The northern river of the country, which is located in Kyrgyzstan, is called the Chui, which flows along the Boom Gorge. In the Issyk-Kul region, there is such a river as Sary Jazz. You can rent a car and see this river during tours in Kyrgyzstan. And also at the same time see the Khan Tengri ridge along the way. People in 2003 tried to build a bridge, but the idea could not be realized. You can find out that there is a Chatkal River, which is visible in the west of the Tien Shan, and runs along the Chandalash ridge for 120 km.