Kyrgyzstan Tours

Travellers visiting Kyrgyzstan are not required to be immunized, but they should have the most recent Typhoid and Tetanus vaccines. It is recommended to consult your local GP for advice on most effective immunisations, as well as preventative treatments.

Food and beverages

The food in Kyrgyzstan is usually centered around meat and rice, although the salads and vegetables that are available are diverse. You will be able to sample local cuisines while you travel, often overlapping with those of other cultures.

With regard to alcohol, the options are mostly limited to vodka or beer. Those who want something different – Scotch , or Gin for example – can purchase it duty-free and take it home. But, take note that mixers, like tonic water, are extremely difficult to find in Central Asia!

Cultural Sensitivity

While on our trips, you will often interact with locals Each with their own unique traditions and customs. Therefore, we ask you to be kind and treat them with respect. Your tour-guides and tour-leaders will always be able guide you in the right direction.

Central Asia has a laid down way of life Islam. It is the very first thing you should know when you travel there, especially in cities and towns. You’ll be amazed at how long the skirts of women are in cities like Bishkek! However, it needs to be remembered that it is technically a Muslim region , and therefore some caution should be used in certain locations. Both genders are allowed to wear T-shirts and shorts. However, when visiting mosques, women should cover their shoulders with trousers or skirts. Men should avoid wearing shorts.

80percent of the people are Islamic with just over 15% following

Russian Orthodoxy

Religion and Language

Kyrgyzstan was one of two former Soviet Republics located in Central Asia that retained Russian as their official language. In the 90’s Kyrgyzstan was declared to be a dual-language country that added Kyrgyz as another official language. Additionally, you will find Uzbeks from the ethnic group and Tajiks in certain parts of Kyrgyzstan because of previous Soviet policy.

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