Discharge of rivers

Any visitor to Kyrgyzstan will be able to become our client and see a large number of rivers, of which Kyrgyzstan has about 40,000 on its territory. Our tourists will be able to rent a car on tours around Kyrgyzstan and enjoy the moment, take photos and explore all the natural attractions. To make a tour in Kyrgyzstan you will be able to learn about the many lakes, enjoy the beautiful scenery.

You will be able to enjoy the views of nature, learn a lot of facts and also explore that there are rivers in the country that were formed after heavy precipitation and there are those that appeared after the melting of glaciers. Some of the rivers are located at high altitudes and it will be impossible to explore them during tours in Kyrgyzstan. Some of the rivers of Kyrgyzstan are great for rafting. For you, our team can create tours of mountain rivers so that you can enjoy their charms. The longest river in Kyrgyzstan is the Naryn and it covers about 535 km. This river is famous for being divided into the Small and Large Naryn. And after that, it creates branches like Bashi and Kekemeren, which enter the Toktogul reservoir.

During the tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will be able to find out that the Aral Sea is an example of how humanity did not lead to the catastrophe of the lake and in Uzbekistan after people exhausted its water resources. Since 751, the Talas River is known, which has its own history. So in that direction from the west, the Chinese part of the population suffered. And in the north of the country, the Chui River flows along the Boom Gorge. The Saryjaz River in Kyrgyzstan flows in the Issyk-Kul region. And it can be seen by those who rent a car for tours in Kyrgyzstan and on the way will be able to explore the views of the part of the Khan Tengri ridge. In 2003, people wanted to create a bridge, but the idea never came to fruition. During the tours, you can also explore that the Chatkal River is located in the far reaches of the country in the western part of the Tien Shan, and has 120 km of the Chandalash range.