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Discovering Issyk Kul: what to do around the lake

Issyk Kul Lake is a must see during a trip in Kyrgyzstan. Second largest mountain lake in the world, it occupies an...
Mar 19 2020

How to preserve the wildlife while traveling in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan has the chance of having a pure, wild nature, rich water resources and many rare animals living on its...
Mar 19 2020

Portrait: Chyngyz Aitmatov, Kyrgyzstan’s well known writer

Chyngyz Aitmatov is for sure Kyrgyzstan’s most well-known writer. His eloquent writing has been translated in more than...
Mar 19 2020

The yurt, symbol of Kyrgyzstan

The yurt is probably one of Kyrgyzstan’s most known symbols, a little like cheese and wine for France. For travelers, sleeping under a yurt is a unique experience, but for the...
Mar 13 2020

The tradition of homemade jams in Kyrgyzstan

We doubt you’ll ever see a Kyrgyz table without jam. It might be surprising, but homemade jams are always on the table...
Mar 13 2020

Traveling in Kyrgyzstan when you’re a woman

Kyrgyzstan, with its endless mountains, its clear lakes and its nomadic culture, is a place many travelers and...
Mar 13 2020

Nowruz in Kyrgyzstan: Celebrating New Year’s once again

It’s one of the most important holidays in Kyrgyzstan. Nowruz, which translates literally as the “new day” is celebrated...
Mar 12 2020
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