Visit Issyk-Kul Region

The Issyk-Kul Region of Kyrgyzstan is a stunning mountainous region in the heart of Central Asia. It sits at a high altitude and is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, making it a popular destination for hikers and climbers looking to explore the beauty of this remote area. The lake that gives the region its name - Issyk-Kul - is one of the world's largest mountain lakes, with pristine waters that are perfect for swimming, kayaking or simply taking in the views from one of its many picturesque beaches.

For visitors interested in history, there are some fascinating archaeological sites to explore including Burana Tower - an 11th century ruin near Tokmok - and Cholpon Ata - an ancient site with carvings dating back over 3000 years! Visitors can also learn about local culture by visiting open air museums such as Sabyinyo Gorge or Akshyirak Museum.

Overall, Issyk-Kul Region is a beautiful area full of incredible natural beauty as well as interesting historical sites and cultural experiences. With so much to see and do, it's no wonder why this region has become known around the world as a great tourist destination!

Cities in Issyk-Kul Region

Ak-Suu, Cholpon-Ata, Karakol, Tyup, Kyzyl-Suu, Balykchy, Kadzhi-Say