Son-Kul Lake

Son Kul is a mountain lake in the Central Tian Shan range, virtually in the centre of Kyrgyzstan. One translation of the name is “The Last Lake”. At an altitude of 3016m a.s.l.; 29km long and 18km wide and a maximum depth of 13.2m - it is Kyrgyzstan 's second largest lake.The average temperature is about -3.5°C, and in summer it is about 11°C . Winter temperatures can fall as low as -20°C , and there are something like 200 days of snow. In winter is often impossible to reach the plateau. =

Uzgen Minaret

The ancient Uzgen was located on a high bank of the Kara-Darya river and consisted of three shakhristans, from which remained only hills and ruined walls. However, on the territory of the ancient Uzgen’sshakhristan survived a Minaret (11-th century) and three Mausoleums (11-th - 12-th centuries) - the unique architectural sites of the medieval Central Asia.The Uzgen Minaret is vertical and consists of three parts

Issyk-Kul Lake

Lake Issyk-Kul, which means "the hot lake" in the Turkic languages of Central Asia, holds the title as one of the largest alpine lakes in the world. At an altitude of 1,609 meters above sea level it is exceeded only by Lake Titicaca in Bolivia as highest of the large mountain lakes. Two mountain chains of the Central Tien Shan Range border the lake - in the north the Kungei-Alatau (in Turkic: "facing the sun"), and in the south the Terskei-Alatau (in Turkic: "turned away from the sun").

Burana Tower

The Burana Tower is an architectural monument of the XI-th century. It is located about 80 km east of the country's capital Bishkek, near the town of Tokmok. One of the ways of The Great Silk Road passed through the town. The tower, along with grave markers, some earthworks and the remnants of a castle and three mausoleums, is all that remains of the ancient city of Balasagun, which was established by the Karakhanids at the end of the 9th century. An external staircase and steep, winding stairway inside the tower enables visitors to climb to the top.=

Ala-Archa National Park

Ala-Archa Valley is situated in the highest part of the Kyrgyz Range of the grandiose mountain system of Tien-Shan, 35 km from Bishkek – the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic. “Ala-Archa” means “variegated Archa” from Kyrgyz. Ala - Archa is located on the territory of gorge. Natural Park is ocupaing about 20 hectares of terrytory, including such climate-landscape zones as subalpine, which surprising everytime there tourists. This Natural Park got his name because of the instant growing woods plant and creeping vegetation of Archa all along the gorge.

Tash-Rabat Caravan-Sarai

Tash-Rabat was constructed in the 15th century, on the ancient trade route from Central Asia to China, and was a resting place for merchants, ambassadors, travelers and other wanderers. It is the largest structure built of stone from Central Asian architecture of that epoch. It is notable not only for it's size and building materials, but also for its special layout, based on perfect symmetry. Lost among the primeval wilderness, far from inhabited locations, the caravanserai looks unbleached, monumental and unassailable.