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Backpacking Kyrgyzstan: everything about travel in Kyrgyzstan

Backpacking Kyrgyzstan: everything about travel in Kyrgyzstan

This post is a travel guide about backpacking Kyrgyzstan. It includes all the practical things you need to know about travel in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan is an incredible tourist destination and often dubbed the Switzerland of central Asia. Its mountains are indeed equally impressive. Only its 

16 top places to visit in Kyrgyzstan

16 top places to visit in Kyrgyzstan

Are you thinking of travel in Kyrgyzstan and are you wondering what to see in this beautiful country? You are in the right place. In this post I will share the best places to visit in Kyrgyzstan to help you plan your itinerary. Kyrgyzstan is 

Kyrgyzstan itinerary: what to see in 2 to 3 weeks

Kyrgyzstan itinerary: what to see in 2 to 3 weeks

Kyrgyzstan is called the Switzerland of Asia and is one of the best destinations for outdoor lovers. With more than 80 mountain ranges, glittering high altitude lakes and superb hiking trails there are plenty of opportunities to plan a Kyrgyzstan itinerary full of exciting activities 

15 top things to do in Bokonbaevo Kyrgyzstan

15 top things to do in Bokonbaevo Kyrgyzstan

Like Karakol, it is not Bokonbaevo itself that makes it a spectacular destination, but the surrounding mountains and the range of outdoor activities that are on its doorsteps. Bokonbaevo in Kyrgyzstan is not only interesting for nature lovers though and is also a great place 

Manjyly Ata: the valley of sacred springs in Kyrgyzstan

Manjyly Ata: the valley of sacred springs in Kyrgyzstan

For the people in Kyrgyzstan, Manjyly Ata is a holy place that attracts local pilgrims since people can remember. They believe that Manjyly Ata is the valley of sacred springs whose healing waters can cure any disease. As famous as Manjyly Ata is among the Kyrgyz 

How to travel from Bishkek to Karakol in Kyrgyzstan

How to travel from Bishkek to Karakol in Kyrgyzstan

Getting from Bishkek to Karakol can be very straightforward. From Bishkek there are frequent minivans throughout the day that leave for the 7 hour journey. Then why am I writing a post about how to travel from Bishkek to Karakol ? Just like the journey