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Well, you've come to Kyrgyzstan on a tour to learn about the country's nature. It is widely known that the tour may be completed on a car rent with our professionals ready to provide the best views of one of Central Asia's smallest republics. We can certainly claim that it is an area rich in natural resources, extending to the west, south, east, and north and bordering several other territories.

The country's nature may be seen mostly in the shape of mountains. Travelers driving through the area notice that about 90% of it is at height, with the Tien Shan mountains accounting for roughly 80% of it. Professionals can handle a broad variety of peaks. Natural resources such as gold may be discovered in the Talas Mountains, the Chatkal River Valley, Makmal, and the Kumtor Mine.

Lakes and rivers, which may be seen from a high vantage point in the mountains, are also manifestations of nature. In the surrounding area, there are approximately 4,000 rivers and over 2,000 lakes. Some of these may be viewed when on tour with us in Kyrgyzstan. And those who go rafting here are interested in the rivers.

Therefore, travelers on Kyrgyzstan tours may view the effects of nature as natural resources generate the most gorgeous sites that serve as settings for heart-stopping photos. The country's treasures are minerals, rivers, gorges, and hills.

To become familiar with nature, we propose visiting some of the country's parks and rent a car in Kyrgyzstan. If you want to visit the Issyk-Kul State Reserve, you should rent a car. It was established in 1948. Snow leopards, Siberian goats, Marcopolos, and brown bears are also prominent animals in this area. However, because these are wild animals, approaching their homes to communicate is not advised. The park has a total area of 1329 hectares, 687 of which are wooded.

The travelers can travel to the Sary-Chelek Biosphere Reserve in the country's south. The park was established in 1960 to conserve Kyrgyzstan's forests and landscapes. Another well-known park in the country is Ala-Archa National Park, which was created in 1976. Because of its proximity to the city, it is the most often visited park by travelers on excursions. Everyone may enjoy the varied flora and fauna, trek high in the mountains, or simply stroll along the paved path.

Another location that our team would like to emphasize is the Chon Kemin National Park, which is located to the south of the Chon-Kemin valley. It was founded in 1997 and encompasses around 123 hectares. People opted to create this park in order to conserve nature, forests, flora, and animals.


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