Kyrgyzstan is a paradise for cyclists as one can find here routes of any level of difficulty. Being a mountainous country Kyrgyzstan offers a wide range of landscapes and roads that take you from alpine meadows to the sandy beaches, nomadic families who will welcome you into their yurt for a taste of the kumis (fermented mare’s milk) and big role in all of this plays Issyk Kul Lake.
It’s very often you can hear European people call Kyrgyzstan – “Asian Switzerland”, however virgin mountains and rich nature exceed foot worn European Alps with its pureness and wilderness. Historical and cultural aspects of Kyrgyzstan are very interesting as well. We still have all attributes of nomadic life.
Only in Kyrgyzstan, in summer time, we can see yurts (portable nomadic houses, decorated with felt carpets), real nomads (always kind and welcomed) and their horses who always at your service to ride if only you would like to.
Bishkek – Ala Archa Natural Park – Issyk Kul Lake - Korgomdu Bulak Pass - Tosor pass - Teshik Kul Lake – Eki-Narin Gorge – Son Kul Lake – Tash Rabat Caravanserai – Bishkek.