Kyrgyzstan Tours and Trips 2024/2025

Few countries have preserved their rich ancient history like Kyrgyzstan. An important nation within the Silk Road route and once ruled by Russia, this mountainous nation offers plenty of sightseeing, attractions, culture and history. Historic Bishkek is great for walking tours, while Osh is the gateway for trekking and climbing excursions.

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Kyrgyzstan Tour Reviews

4.3 - Excellent
Based on 52 customer reviews
Brilliant trip!
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
Kyrgyzstan & Kazakhstan were totally unexpected, smart Russian built cities and beautiful 'alpine' scenery with it's snow capped mountains, rushing streams and waterfalls, lakes and flower meadows! Uzbekistan, more as expected with lovely monuments - Khiva not to be missed!
Excellent in spite of an emergency
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
Excellent 2 weeks in central Asia which i thoroughly recommend to others. The first week was in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan - lots of outdoor activities. The second week in Uzbekistan was more sightseeing which was a good contrast. very nice group of fellow travellers.
A fabulous trip - don't hesitate to book this!
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
A very well organised and packed trip with excellent guiding and variety of activities. So much learned and so much more to research on my return. It more than lived up to expectations with many positive surprises, historically, architecturally and socially. For example, your money will go far, the standard of food is excellent and you will be able to enjoy local beer and wine in most places, or take your own. Far too many highlights to mention but the golden eagle falconry will stay in my mind for ever, and I never tired of the gorgeous blue mosques and madrasahs, with their turquoise domes and minarets. I can't remember how many times I said 'Wow!' to myself. A 'must do' is the extension to Khiva, it really rounded off the trip. It's just fabulous. A couple of tips. The weather can be a bit iffy in Kyrgyzstan in May - the waterproofs and brolly were needed. A small flask came in handy. While some hotels have kettles in rooms, others were more than happy to fill up my flask with very hot water so I could have decaf on the go - you won't find it on your trip in the hotels. We had wifi on the bus in Kyrgyzstan, and I bought a SIM in Uzbekistan very cheaply, which was particularly useful when the few of us transferred to Khiva. A few early starts for trains, but I slept well on both the Talgo and on the Russian train to Khiva with the aid of earplugs and an eyeshade - both recommended as essentials. This trip will stay long in my memory. Don't hesitate, just go! You won't be disappointed.

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