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River discharge


On tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will be able to become our client and enjoy the spectacular nature, see many beautiful landscapes and also explore the rivers. There are about 40,000 rivers on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. Our guests on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to rent a car and go on a trip, see many beautiful places. And to go on tours in Kyrgyzstan, we offer you to explore all the most beautiful rivers and also learn about natural attractions.

On a trip to Kyrgyzstan, you will be able to learn choo some rivers are located high in the mountains and it is impossible to reach them. I would also like to say that some rivers were created after the melting of glaciers, and some after heavy precipitation. For tours, guests can rent a car and also enjoy rafting on the mountain rivers. We can arrange an hour-long rafting trip especially for you. One of the longest rivers in Kyrgyzstan is the Naryn which is 535 km long During the tours, you will be able to find out that it can be divided into Large and Small Naryn. Also, guests of the republic will be able to explore that after there are branches like Kekemeren and Bashi, which go to the Toktogul reservoir.

The Aral Sea in Uzbekistan is a vivid example of how humanity has dried up all water resources, and destroyed the lake. The Talas River is another river in Kyrgyzstan that has existed in Kyrgyzstan since 751. Back then, the Chinese population suffered from the West's threats and attacks. There is the Chui River that flows along the Boomsky gorge. In the Issyk-Kul region, the Saryjaz River flows, which is also interesting for its landscapes. We want to offer you a car rental and also show you the scenery of the Khan Tengri Mountain Range. In the tours, you can find out that in 2003 there were proposals to create a bridge, but the idea never came to fruition. In the west of the Tien Shan, the Chatkal River flows in the remote expanses of Kyrgyzstan and has 120 km along the Chandalash ridge.